As the former lead community organizer for the first citywide planning project in over four decades, Guillermo is committed to elevating the voices of those who often feel unheard in our city. Community is the backbone of our city, and we must do everything we can always to have community involvement in the decisions we are making as a city.
As the former chair of the Human Rights Commission and the co-founder of a national advocacy group focused on equity in our government, Guillermo is committed to using his past experiences as a guiding point for the future of Worcester. Equity is about ensuring that everyone has a fair shot, and your race, zip code, or any other element about residents will impact how folks navigate throughout our city.
Whether you’re an entrepreneur or a new city resident, Worcester will always welcome you with open arms. We must ensure that the renaissance we are in will benefit all residents, regardless of where they live or how much they make a year.