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Hector Robledo

Hector Robledo has extensive experience in higher education, project management, and community development. Hector holds a Master of Public Administration (MPA) from the University of North Texas at Dallas, He also earned a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) from the same university.

In his current role as a Student Success Coach at Dallas College, Hector has been instrumental in directing and designing the curriculum for the new Coaching for SUCCESS program, managing an $825,000 grant fund aimed at enhancing student graduation rates and empowering students towards economic mobility. His contributions have been recognized with the prestigious TACHE Distinguished Community College Award in Feb 2024.

Previously, Hector served as a Senior Administrative Associate at the University of North Texas at Dallas College of Law, where he managed a $200,000 annual pro-bono legal aid budget, supported three lawyering student clinics, and integrated legal research projects. He also played a key role in streamlining the Texas Indigent Defense Commission Public Policy Research database and fostering community partnerships.

Hector’s dedication to community service and philanthropy is evident through his involvement as a Dana Juett Resident and ¬†VOLAR-nonprofit Volunteer & Engagement Board Member, and Hispanic Scholarship Fund (HSF) Dallas Council Member. He has also presented research on homelessness in school districts at the Urban Affairs Association Conference and received the Newman Civic Fellowship for his public leadership and community outreach.

Hector’s skills encompass project management, operational planning, program evaluation, data analytics, performance management, and strategic communications. He continues to make a significant impact in higher education and community development, driven by his passion for empowering individuals and fostering economic mobility.