daniel sambrano

Dan Sambrano, a Candidate For the Office of the State Assessor

Achievement and Honors

Multifaceted professional with in-depth understanding of business operations and an ability to reach goals efficiently and successfully. Trilingual (English, Spanish and Portuguese), proven record of building long-lasting relationships with institutions and clients; outstanding communication and organizational abilities that allow him to prioritize tasks effectively while providing exceptional customer service.

Daniel has received several prestigious awards and honors for his writing and work, such as the John Hart Ely Award from the Law and Government Section of the Association of American Law Schools, and a Civil Justice Scholarship Award from Stanford University School of Law. Additionally, he graduated with Honor Magna Cum Laude status and Dean’s List status.

Net Worth

Sambrano, who is running for assessor, promises to increase training and education for office staff, improve relations between the office and public and implement an online notice of value system. In addition, he plans to conduct individual evaluations of staff against similar offices throughout the state.

Sambrano is an award-winning poet and author who has won multiple literary prizes for his works, such as the 2014 Writers League of Texas Award and HarperCollins’ Loteria (published 2013 by HarperCollins) was named as a finalist for both John Gardner Fiction Award and International Latino Book Prize in 2014. Currently living in Las Cruces with Mary, their son, and currently on administrative leave from work at the county government,

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