Analisa Cordova Silverstein, a community leader and businesswoman, is a 4th generation El Pasoan and UTEP alumna. Born and raised in the Sun City, she’s following in her family’s footsteps of serving our community. Both her grandfathers are WWII veterans, while her grandmothers volunteered and led community initiatives, such as helping elect the first Mexican American to the Texas legislature. Her mother is a retired bilingual educator and her father is a retired customs broker and former neighborhood association president.
She is a strong leader with executive experience in government and non-profit roles, as well as managing clients and projects for a technology-based small business in our community. As a vocal advocate for El Paso, she has experience in creating public policy, managing budgets, and building relationships. She leads with the values of accountability to the community, fiscal responsibility, and accessibility. She has served on the boards of non-profits that include the United Way Young Leaders Society, the Women’s Business Border Center at the Hispanic Chamber, the Junior League of El Paso, and Progress321. With her leadership skills and strong voice, she will continue the momentum of progress in District 1.
We need you, our community, to help launch the Analisa for District 1 campaign.
Let’s Celebrate the 4th of July at the West Side Rotary Parade!
July 4, 2022
Parade Route Shadow Mountain and Mesa streets in west El Paso Parade Map
Calling on volunteers to walk in the 4th of July Parade or come out and watch us. The Parade begins at 9am. Volunteers can meet us at Western Hills at 8am. T-shirts will be available for volunteers. Contact (915)262-5853 via phone or text to confirm your attendance. Hope to see you there!
Fill out the form below to donate via credit card. You can also donate via check. Please make your check out to Analisa for District 1 and mail to:
Analisa for District 1
910 E. Redd Rd. Suite K #325
El Paso, TX 79912