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Latina attorney picked for diversity task force

Belveron resident Karen C. Carrera, an attorney who has spent her career representing underserved communities, has been named to fill the unexpected vacancy on the newly established Tiburon Diversity Inclusion Task Force. The vacancy was created by the resignation of Anh Sundstrom, who cited personal reasons for stepping down before the panel’s first meeting on March 10. “As a lawyer with a specialty in employment law, I have expertise in unconscious bias and also conduct diversity and inclusion trainings,” Carrera said in her application. “The other reason I want to serve on the task force is because of who I am. … I identify as Latina and speak Spanish fluently.”

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