National Hispanic Corporate Council (NHCC)
Eduardo Arabu’s professional journey has included corporations, not-for-profit organizations, educational institutions, sport entities, and governmental agencies. He’s worked for the United States Chamber of Commerce, the Chicago Cubs baseball organization, the Office of U.S. Representative, the Office of Illinois State Senator, and several corporations.
Currently Eduardo manages day-to-day operations at the NHCC including design, implementation, and execution of organizational development strategies.
Eduardo obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in business from Northeastern Illinois University. While at NEIU, Arabu was elected on several occasions to serve as President of Student Government and Student Trustee. He led several teams to Model Illinois Government in Springfield and Model United Nations in New York City. He went on to complete a political management fellowship at George Washington University. And finally, Arabu received a master’s of science degree in public policy and management from the Heinz College at Carnegie Mellon University. While at CMU, he was elected to serve as Vice President for External Affairs for the Graduate Student Assembly.
Words of wisdom: “Be bold and remember that determination + preparation + luck = success.”