Advisory Board

Marcus Pereira

Marcus Pereira

Branch Manager for TD Bank

Marcus has been in sales and business development for the last 10 years representing large and small corporations, and providing excellent customer service and satisfaction.  He has been one of the top sales representatives in consecutive years of previous companies.  He believes that integrity and going the extra mile for a customer pays off in the long run.

Mr. Pereira currently working in the financial industry being a Branch Manager for TD Bank in the last four years and ran their largest Bi-Lingual branch in Allentown, PA.

He took on a new opportunity in September of 2014 working as a Business Baker for Citizens Bank covering the North East part of Pennsylvania. He provides traditional and commercial lending, Merchant Services & Cash Management for Small to Mid size businesses.  

As the Chairman of a small non for profit organization in Bethlehem, a transitional home for females ex-offenders and women in general with life controlling problems, it is our goal to build lives one person at a time. For more information please I encourage you to see us on the web at

Isamac Torres-Figueroa

Community Organizer

For the last 15 years, Isamac has been a staunch supporter and advocate for education. During the early part of her career, Isamac directed and managed a Vocational E.S.L. adult workforce training program addressing disparities within healthcare by increasing the number of bilingual, bicultural certified nurse aides within various communities of Pennsylvania. 

Her program was created by a well established non-profit organization and funded by several state departments such as: Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry, Aging and Health.


In 2009, her focus broaden to include youth and their families by working with her husband to establish the first non-profit, brick and mortar charter high school for at risk youth in Berks County called I-LEAD Charter School. Their passion and purpose was to increase high school graduation rates in the poorest city of Pennsylvania, Reading, PA. Isamac co-created a parental training program with executives at I-LEAD called P.O.D.E.R. (People Organizing for Democracy, Equity and Responsibilities) to educate parents and community members on “how to navigate” the local educational system. In addition to this parental program, Isamac was asked to create and manage an Oral Health Task Force of industry stakeholders who would work to establish a school-based oral health center within the charter school.

Isamac lives in her hometown of Reading, PA with her husband, Angel, and their two beautiful daughters, Olivia and Natalia. She is a 1991 graduate of Reading High School, proud alumni of Albright College where she attained a Bachelors of Science in Business Administration. Among all her awards and certificates, Isamac is most proud of her volunteer work with the following groups: Co-founder Millersville University student group S.O.L.A. (Society On Latino Affairs) ; Co-founder and current Vicechair P.D.L.C. (Pennsylvania Democratic Latino Caucus) ; Former School Board Director of Reading School District Board of Directors.

Luis Campos

City administrator

Luis Campos serves as City Administrator for the City of Easton, Pennsylvania.   As City Administrator Luis is the Chief Administrative and Operating Officer. Luis’s responsibilities consist of managing all aspects of City Government workingwith the Mayor and City Council.  

Prior to his current position Luis served as Director of Administration for Northampton County.  Luis has worked inThe Governor’s Office of the Budget, The Governor’s Office of Administration and The Small Business Development Center at Lehigh University. In addition to his public sector experience Luis has served in leadership positions for various private sector companies.


Luis is currently on the Board of Governor’s for the Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce (GLVCC), the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, the Fe Foundation, the Lehigh Valley Community Foundation and Third Street Alliance.

In 2003, Luis was appointed by Governor Rendell to Chair the Governor’s Advisory Commission on Latino Affairs.  In 2011,Luis was recognized by the Eastern Pennsylvania Business Journal in its ‘20 Under 40’ publication; In November 2017 Luis was awarded with the GLVCC Community Partnership Award.  

Luis is graduated high school from Blair Academy and earned his B.A. degree from Muhlenberg College and his M.A. at Lehigh University.