Irvin is a first-generation Mexican-American who's dedicated his life to education, community organizing, and leadership for Latinos. He is running for Pleasantville City Council in Ward 2 to fight for the working-class community and make a difference where it's needed most.
Irvin earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice from Stockton University in 2015 and went on to complete his Master of Arts in Holocaust and Genocide Studies from the same institution in 2022. His impressive academic qualifications are matched by his impressive track record of community involvement.
Currently, he serves as the Board President of El Pueblo Unido of Atlantic City. This advocacy organization works tirelessly for immigrant rights in Atlantic County, New Jersey. Irvin has held various other high-profile positions in the past, including Executive Member of the Hispanic Advocacy Committee for Equity (H.A.C.E), Secretary and Advocacy Chair of the Hispanic Association of Atlantic County (HAAC), and Co-Chair of the Education Committee of the NAACP's Atlantic City Branch.
In recognition of his tireless work and dedication to promoting Holocaust education in the state of New Jersey, Irvin was appointed by Governor Phil Murphy as a member of the New Jersey Commission on Holocaust Education in 2021. By leveraging his experience, he is fighting for the underprivileged communities he represents by standing up to the institutions that have often failed them.
The residents of Pleasantville can trust Irvin's experience, dedication, and qualifications to be their champion and make a real difference in their community.