The African American Heritage Trail of Martha’s Vineyard announced in a press release that Andora Aquino is joining the board of directors. “We are excited to welcome Andora, and look forward to working with her on our mission of celebrating the lives and stories of underserved communities, and working collaboratively to provide public education,” the release states.
Andora Aquino was 6 years old when she moved to Martha’s Vineyard from Brazil. Aquino, who studied at Colgate University and UMass Amherst for her degree, is a real estate agent, property manager, and business owner. She is an avid reader, the release says, and enjoys playing games with her 3-year-old daughter and hanging out with her two dogs.
Andorra joins board members Joseph C. Carter, Deborah Finley Jackson, Arthur Hardy Doubleday, Carrie Camillo Tankard, Elaine Cawley Weintraub, and James Jennings.