Fabian Bedne

Council Member
City of Nashville, Tennessee

Fabian Bedne was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina and in 1983 he received his degree in Architecture from the University of Buenos Aires. Bedne helped re-start the student union during the last year of the military dictatorship helping hasten the return to democracy. Bedne began working in Nashville at an architectural firm in 1997 designing schools, offices and other buildings in Nashville and around the country. He soon became involved in various volunteer community service projects, several of which included educational issues. He mentored school students in the YMCA Hispanic Achievers program and also worked with the Nashville Chamber of Commerce Report Card on Metro Nashville Public Schools. Bedne was elected to Nashville’s Metro Council and is now on his second consecutive term. He is now the Associate Director of the Hispanic family Foundation. Bedne is on the advisory board of the Nashville Area Habitat for Humanity, the board of Saint Thomas Health Foundation and Oasis and on the National board of Hispanic Elected Local Officials, he is the Chair of the Planning Committee of the Metro Council.

Fabian Bedne will be speaking at:

Social and Economic Impact to Cities of Heightened Immigration Enforcement

March 13, 2018 8:45 am - 10:15 am ,

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