Founder of Hispanic Interest Coalition of Alabama departing

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) — The founder and chief executive of the Hispanic Interest Coalition of Alabama will leave the nonprofit organization at the end of the year. The Birmingham-based nonprofit says Isabel Rubio will be replaced by chief operating officer Carlos Aleman, who went to work for the group as deputy director three years ago. Growing from a staff of one, the coalition says it now has a staff of more than two dozen bilingual workers who serve more than 5,000 people annually. Rubio plans to take a break in early 2022 but remain involved with the Hispanic community.

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