Eduardo is a public figure in Allentown, because not only is he the director of the Office of Minority & Women-Owned Businesses, but his wife is also a city councilmember. We learned that his parents, hoping to escape the persecution of the Jewish people in Europe, moved to Colombia where Eduardo was born. He came to New York as a teenager to pursue an education and has lived in the United States ever since. We were particularly fascinated to learn how he has managed to maintain his Hispanic cultural identity as well as pass along his religious tradition to his children.

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