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LAZ CEO Joins National NAACP

HARTFORD — The founder of a Hartford-based parking garage was recently elected to the NAACP Board of directors.

Alan Lazowski, chairman and chief executive of LAZ parking, joined the longtime civil rights organization in February.

NAACP Chairman Leon W. Russell said Lazowski’s “convictions and experiences advocating for positive social change” made him a good addition to the national NAACP board.

Lazowski was nominated by President Barack Obama as a member of the United States Holocaust Memorial Council. He is the founding chairman of Voices of Hope, which shares the experiences of Holocaust survivors.

Lawoski said he feels an obligation to fight against “bigotry and racism of all kinds.”

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