The National Association of Hispanic County Officials (NAHCO) was formed circa 1980 as a Caucus within the National Association of County Officials (NACo). 

NAHCO is a grassroots organization bringing together members to advance Hispanic issues from a local official vantage point.  Our goal is to encourage Hispanic County Officials to participate in a united National effort, advocating for the communities they serve and strengthen our political effect.

Membership is open to anyone interested in addressing the needs of their Hispanic communities. Members represent districts of all sizes, as well as all types of County Officials, elected or appointed.

Jaime Hurtado
Vice President of NAHCO and Chief of Staff for Fifth District County Board of Supervisor Marion Ashley, Riverside County, California.

our board of directors

Hon. David Gomez
Treasurer of NAHCO and District 1 County Supervisor of Greenlee County, Arizona.

mission & vision

 Our goal is to encourage Hispanic County Officials to participate in a united National effort, advocating for the communities they serve and strengthen our political effect. Learn more about why it's important.

National Association of hispanic county officials (NAHCO)

membership

Since 1980 members from throughout the country have come together to advance Hispanic issues from a local official vantage point. Learn more about becoming a member.

My involvement with NAHCO has provided me with a strong national support system of county officials who have shared their knowledge and experiences, and who I have learned from. It’s an opportunity to support each other and work together with a shared vision for our communities

Priorities

NAHCO is a grassroots organization bringing together members to advance Hispanic issues from a local official vantage point. Learn more about our current priority areas.

Our president

Hon. Tanya Giddings
Secretary of NAHCO and Bernalillo County Assessor, New Mexico.

Hon. Elizabeth "Liz" Archuleta
Past President of NAHCO and District 2 County Supervisor of Coconino County, Arizona.

about nahco

Hon. Sarah Benatar

Coconino County Treasurer, Arizona