Estella Granado Schneekloth
Estella Granado Schneekloth was born of Mexican immigrant parents in Laredo, Texas. She is a longtime resident of the City of Moline, Illinois. For the last thirty years, Estella has worked for Project Now Community Action Agency where she is currently the Weatherization Director. She is also a certified Weatherization Auditor and a certified National Housing Counselor.
Over the years, Estella has played a vital leadership role on the boards of directors of a wide variety of community organizations including: The Hunger Coalition, The Boys and Girls Club, Viva Quad-Cities, Workforce Investment Board Youth Council of Rock Island, Henry & Mercer Counties, Comprehensive Youth Service Network of Mercer and Rock Island Counties, Quad-Cities Higher Education Committee, the Citizens Action Committee, Casa Guanajuato Quad Cities and the Quad Cities Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. Estella was recognized by the Floreciente Neighborhood Assoc., The West End Community and the C.O.P. Community Watch for her leadership.
Estella continues to apply her knowledge and leadership skills to serve the Latino community in the Quad-City area. With her husband Dennis she has raised two sons, and has two granddaughters.