Cesar Lopez

Candidate for Town Council

Cesar Lopez

Cesar Lopez

 

860-690-3427
celopez39@outlook.com

Qualifications & Community Involvement

  • Currently serving on the Town Council
  • Member – Board of Tax Assessment Appeals
  • Member – Board of Directors, Wood Memorial Library and Museum
  • Board member – South Windsor Alliance for Progress (SWAP)

Occupation

Director of Business Intelligence in the Insurance Industry

Education

B.S. Business Management (Albertus Magnus College); A.A.S. in Data Processing (Manhattan Community College)

Trained in Six Sigma Performance Improvement, Agile Project Management. Global Leadership

Now more than ever I feel that we need to help build our town by leveraging the values that have moved South Windsor forward such as Inclusiveness, caring, environmental responsibility, accountability and transparency.

I am married to a wonderful woman, Lloxci, who has given me the happiest years of my life and who has been 110% behind my goals and objectives. Lloxci and I have been residents of the town of South Windsor for the last 20 years after moving from New York City. I am extremely proud of our town and have had the pleasure of watching our kids grow in the town’s school system, frolicking in our wonderful parks and socializing among the kind community which had open their arms to us ever since we moved in.

My personal and professional background makes me an ideal candidate for town council. At the places where I have worked, I am considered an agent of change, a disruptor of the status quo. I pioneered diversity and inclusion at The Hartford Insurance years before corporate America realized that it was a winning strategy. With my teams, I transformed the claim department into a data driven culture by executing an education strategy and change management.

During my tenure at Travelers, I optimized disparate Information departments by applying Six Sigma performance improvement methods and by merging functions and systems. My main work has been to provide actionable data to my constituents so that they can get a prospective view of their business and be able to make changes.

My social awareness started in 1987 in NYC with Northern Lights where I volunteered during the weekends and continued through the 90’s with various services I provided free of charge to the immigrant community who worked in midtown Manhattan. For the last couple of years I have been volunteering in various roles in support of town functions, party administration and campaign intelligence.