Leo as his friends call him is the District Administrative Assistant for U.S. Congressman, Vic Snyder for Central Arkansas.
In this position, Monterrey, also serves as a Hispanic Liaison for the Congressman in Central Arkansas.
Monterrey is recognized in Arkansas by his aid and support to the Latin community.
He is an active member of the Central Arkansas Radiation Therapy Institute, (CARTI); Arkansas Food Bank; and the Volunteers in Public Schools Program, ViPs, among others.
Leo came to Arkansas by means of a sports scholarship he received from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, (UALR) due to his baseball playing abilities.
Leo graduated from UALR with a Bachelor in Arts and Humanities and continued his post grade studies graduating from the William H. Bowen Law School in May of 2007. During his studies he was chosen president of the Association of Hispanic Students of Laws and was a national team member of the Moot Court of the William H. Bowen Law School.
Leo also received a Public Service Certificate offered by the Law School Dean and received the Storthz Award, an honor offered to one student annually based on his community and leadership.
Leo was born in Granada, Nicaragua and grew up in Waukesha, Wisconsin. His home now is Little Rock, Arkansas.
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