Today Senator Luz Robles received one of five 2010 Pathfinder Awards at the Salt Lake Chamber American Express Women & Business Conference. The Pathfinder Awards are presented annually to a select number of worthy community leaders who have a history of support for women and women’s issues and who have worked to further the development and recognition of women. An Athena Award is presented annually, as well. Click here for complete information about the conference and awards.
Senator Robles is Vice President at Zions Bank for the Hispanic/Latino Market. She also serves her community on various boards of nonprofit organizations and other entities. Senator Robles was elected to the Utah State Senate in 2008. She is currently the Senate Minority Caucus Manager.
Senator Robles has a BS degree in Business Marketing and a Masters degree in Public Administration from the University of Utah.
In 2005 she was appointed by Governor Jon Huntsman as the first director for the State Office of Ethnic Affairs–an office that focuses on institutional change when dealing with state agencies and the services they provide to the ethnic community of the state of Utah. In this position, she oversaw the directors of the Asian, Black, Hispanic/Latino and Pacific Islander Affairs.
CONGRATULATIONS TO SENATOR ROBLES….and thank you to the sponsors of the Salt Lake Chamber American Express Women & Business Conference for recognizing her noteworthy professional accomplishments.