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Luis Borunda

Luis E. Borunda, Co-Founder

Luis Borunda is the first Hispanic in Maryland history to serve as the Maryland Deputy Secretary of State.  Mr. Borunda has been appointed to many State Boards and Commissions during the tenure of two Govenors.

Previously Held Posts on State & Local Boards & Commissions
Maryland 250 Commission 

Governor's Subcabinet on International Affairs

Governor Larry Hogan Transition Team
Maryland Economic Development Commission
Baltimore City Mayor’s Coalition on Minority Supplier Diversity
Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake Transition Team
Baltimore County Board of Education

Chairman, Maryland Hispanic Business Conference (co-founder)
President, U.S. Hispanic Youth Entrepreneur & Education Foundation (USHYEE)
Founding President, Baltimore Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
Co-Founder, Maryland Hispanic Business Legislative Reception

Deputy Secretaries Ad Hoc Committee, Co-Convener 2019. Secretary of State Liaison to Maryland Census 2020, August 2019. Governor’s Subcabinet on International Affairs. Governor-Elect Larry Hogan Transition Team- November & December 2014. White House Panelist on HBCU’s - April 12, 2012. Commission on Voter Integrity - June 2017. Rawlings-Blake Baltimore Mayoral Transition Team - March 19, 2010 President’s Advisory Board, Stevenson University 2010-present. Maryland Deputy Secretary of State - April 26, 2006. Baltimore County School Board-Chair Calendar Committee December 20, 2005. Delegate, Republican Convention elected by voters at Primary Election, March 2, 2004. Governor’s Commission on Minority Business Reform- Chair of Certification Committee June 12, 2003. Maryland Economic Development Commission

Mr. Borunda is regularly shares his story with diverse audiences, including high school, college students and government agencies. He is the father of six and has been married to his wife Sharon since 1984.

“People always say “it is lonely at the top”. I don’t want to make that trip alone. I want to take a whole bunch of people with me.”





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