ROANOKE, Va. (WFXR) – During a meeting Monday evening, Roanoke City Council announced its appointment of the vacant seat left by Djuna Osborne.
Vivian Sanchez-Jones was appointed to Roanoke City Council.
Sanchez-Jones was one of five finalists to fill the vacant seat.
According to Roanoke City’s Facebook page, Sanchez-Jones is the President of Avencemos Roanoke, a community organization that assists Latinos around the Roanoke Valley. She also has extensive experience in the community by serving on the Virginia Board of Counseling, the Latino Task Force Committee, the Complete Count Committee, the Board of Counseling, the City of Roanoke, and the Virginia Tech-Carilion School of Medicine Diversity Board, just to name a few.
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