one of nine children, Urbina was an exchange student in Austria, a
Peace Corps volunteer in Africa and a technical advisor in Rural
Housing. A tireless advocate for the elderly, children and
immigrants, Urbina's community work spans from founder of the Legal
Hotline for Older Texans and the citywide Back-to-School program for
low-income children to Denton Affordable Housing Corporation and
AIDS Services Advisory Committee. He also serves as chair of Board
of Directors of the Denton Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and
executive board member of Denton Council's League of United Latin
Nominees for the Aflac Civic Award were considered based upon their involvement in the community and evaluated through an online process with a group of leading business executives who served as judges.
Earlier this year, Aflac presented 12 national and regional Aflac Civic Awards to Hispanic entrepreneurs who find time to give back to their community despite the demands of running a small business. To learn more about the award and the nomination process, visit aflac.com or enespanol.aflac.com.
Aflac is ranked among the top corporations of Latina Style's 50 Best Companies for Hispanic Women to Work for in the U.S. Aflac has also made the list of Hispanic Trends magazine's Top 50 Companies for Supplier Diversity and Hispanic magazine's Top 100 Companies Providing the Most Opportunities to Hispanics.
For more than 50 years, Aflac products have given policyholders the
opportunity to direct cash where it is needed most when a life-interrupting
medical event causes financial challenges. Aflac is the number one provider
of guaranteed-renewable insurance in the United States and the number one
insurance company in terms of individual insurance polici
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