SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT: PRAA has created a new fund, Chicago for Puerto Rico Artistic Vitality Fund, specifically for artists from Puerto Rico affected and/or displaced by Hurricane Maria. Make an end-of-year tax-deductible donation and contribute to the future of Puerto Rican arts and music! ... See MoreSee Less
The Puerto Rican Arts Alliance is honored and humbled to have raised private support for victims of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico. This generous response has inspired PRAA to launch its next phase of...
PRAA introduces you to one of its Board Members: Eduardo Camacho, Board Vice-Chairman
Born in West Town in 1955, Eduardo lives in Lincoln Park where he grew up. He attended Lane Technical High School, Northeastern Illinois University, and the University of Chicago, where he completed an MA and an MBA.
Eduardo is currently serves as an independent non- profit consultant. Previously, he was Research Director of the Community Renewal Society, Vice President of St. Paul Federal Bank, and Deputy Commissioner of the City of Chicago’s Department of Housing.
Eduardo first became involved with the PRAA about ten years ago as a funder and audience participant, and then as a volunteer and board member. ... See MoreSee Less