As founding President/CEO of Latino Leadership, Inc., Marytza Sanz has worked tirelessly to improve the quality of life of families in Central Florida through the implementation of social enrichment programs that incorporate leadership development and empowerment, education advancement, and economic community development into its daily activities.
Mrs. Sanz also lends her expertise to the University of Central Florida President’s Minority Advisory Board, the Homeless Coalition and Florida Devereux boards. Marytza Sanz’s work in voter engagement and health education has received national and statewide coverage from media outlets such as CNN, Univision, Telemundo, the St. Petersburg Times, NPR News and the San Juan Star. Mrs. Sanz can be heard on her radio program, “Al Oído de la Comunidad”.
Before founding Latino Leadership, Mrs. Sanz worked for the Census Bureau and served as the Central Florida Hispanic Outreach Coordinator for the Gore/Lieberman campaign. Most recently, Marytza Sanz was appointed by Governor Charlie Crist to serve on Florida’s 2010 Statewide Complete Count Committee to ensure a comprehensive count of Florida’s population during the 2010 Census.
Currently, Marytza Sanz resides in Orlando, Florida with her wonderful husband, two daughters, son-in-laws, and two grandchildren.