MICHAEL NOBLEZA relies on his two decades of nonprofit executive management, strategy development, and community engagement experience to help teams and organizations achieve greater impact and effectiveness. His experience includes moving two organizations from startup to growth phases. Most recently, Michael was vice president for the Asian Pacific Fund, a San Francisco Bay Area community foundation focused on the needs of the region’s vulnerable Asians and Pacific Islanders. Michael has a B.A. with a focus on diplomacy and world affairs from Occidental College and an M.A. in international relations with a focus on cross-cultural conflict and organizational development from Syracuse University.
Los Angeles County is committed to supporting its vital immigrant communities by carrying out the recommendations of its Immigration Protection and Advancement Strategic Report. The county’s Department of Bureau and Consumer Affairs and Office of Immigration Affairs are partnering with FUSE executive fellow Michael Nobleza, who is prioritizing the report’s recommendations, creating an implementation plan, and overseeing its initial execution. By promoting the success of immigrant residents and their families, L.A. County recognizes that it is also advancing its own growth and well being.