Ingrid Alvarez-DiMarzo joined the Hispanic Center of Greater Danbury, Inc. in 2008 as Director of Resource Development following a 15-year career in nonprofit and local government. Trained in public policy, Ingrid brings years of experience in nonprofit management, capacity building, nonprofit impact and the effectiveness of their staffs. For the past decade, she has lent dynamic cross-functional experience in high impact program development, implementation and evaluation to the nonprofit sector in New York and Connecticut.
Ingrid assumed Executive Directorship of the Hispanic Center in April 2009 and has been able to build rapport with diverse and broad-ranging audience by consistently bringing forth and inspiring level of commitment. She balances over two decades of operational experience with her personal commitment to effective communication and transformative solutions.
Ingrid holds a Masters of Arts Degree in Public Policy from Columbia University, along with a Bachelors Degree in Political Science and Spanish, Language, Culture and Literature from Syracuse University. A native of the Bronx, New York Ingrid is the wife of Thomas DiMarzo and the proud mother of a son and daughter, Maximo and Nina.