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Jacinto Ramos Jr. is a community leader who works with Son of Immigrant parents from Mexico, Jacinto has worn many hats, from the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Fort Worth’s Comin’ Up Gang Intervention Program as a Youth Specialist to his current positionas Community Service Restitution Supervisor at Tarrant County Juvenile Services. He is a certified CBMCS multicultural trainer for Tarrant County Mental Health Connection, a certified Probation Officer in the state of Texas, Adjunct Professor at Texas Christian University (TCU), and dedicated Co Director for the Multicultural Alliance’s Camp CommUNITY.


Jacinto was elected to serve on Fort Worth Independent School District's School Board of Trustees on June 15, 2013. And on May 26, 2015, he became the youngest FWISD School Board President. He is a member of Council of Urban Boards of Education (CUBE), Council of the Great City Schools, National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (NALEO), Fellow of Center for Reform of School Systems and sits on commUNITY boards including Tarrant County's Back to School Roundup. 


Jacinto has received many awards such as the Superior Achievement Award by the National Organization of Hispanics in Criminal Justice, the 2010 Mike Moncrief Believing in Youth Award from Santa Fe Youth Services, and Magdaleno Leadership Institute’s Visionary Edict Award. He was also inducted into the Tarrant County Fatherhood Coalition Fathers’ Hall of Fame in 2010. Jacinto was born and raised in the North Side of Fort Worth, Texas where he resides today with his wife and three sons. 



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