Originally from Sevilla Spain, Julio Cesar grew up in South America in a colonial city in Colombia, Popayan, where he graduated as a lawyer from the University of Cauca. He moved to Bogota where he started working as a professional and led an important consulting firm where he developed strategic socio-economical programs with the Colombian government and with local cities throughout the country.
He moved to United States as a refugee in 2002 and soon after his arrival he got involved with the immigrant community in Maryland and Virginia. Through these years in United States he became a real estate agent connected with his community.
His knowledge and experience in housing as a realtor, and his leadership with the community lead him to become the Chair of the Housing Commission in Falls Church City, a small town in the Northern Virginia. His professional life has been dedicated to help the most vulnerable of our society.