Richelle Perez named Community Action coordinator

 


Richelle Perez wanted to move closer to home. She was living in Sioux City, Iowa, working at Central Bank, when she saw an opening for Superior's Community Action Coordinator. It was just the job she was looking for.

Superior is close to her hometown, Beloit, where she grew up and graduated from Beloit High School in 2011. Her parents are Tony and Stacy Perez. Richelle's father is the sheriff of Mitchell County and her mother is a receptionist at Beloit Schools. She is the oldest of six children. Richelle has a two-year-old son, Rogun, who keeps her busy.

After high school, she went to Community College of Aurora at Aurora, Colo., where she received her associate of arts degree in business. Richelle said, "I love helping people. This job allows me to help them with finances." Through Community Action, she will assist people manage finances and apply for programs to fill their needs.

Family is important for Richelle, which is why she wanted to move closer to Beloit. She likes nature, the outdoors and riding motorcycles. She doesn't like to drive a motorcycle, though.

Richelle has been in Superior for a month. The past two weeks she was training at Kearney and here for her job. Her first day in Superior's Community Action office was Friday. She is looking forward to meeting and helping the people and families in the community.


Richelle Perez

 

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