Honorable Kevin AN Delgado

Honorable Kevin AN Delgado

Mayors Council of Guam

Mayors Council of Guam

Honorable Kevin AN Delgado

Kevin Anthony Nauta Delgado is the son of Francisco Asuncion Delgado (familian Galabok) and Patricia Cruz Nauta Delgado (familian Andai). Born on January 2, 1978 and raised in the central village of Mangilao, Kevin is the eldest sibling to Mark, Joshua, Leilani, Nathan, Michael, and Rebekah. Faith and family are at the very heart of our Vice Mayor of Mangilao, and his love extends to countless spiritual children, his goddaughtersand godsons.
 
Kevin was a proud Lanchero, attending Henry B. Price Elementary School all of his elementary years. During his middle school years, he attended Luis P. Untalan Middle School. Kevin then continued off and completed at George Washington High School, graduating in 1996 while engaged in various school organizations and co- curricular activities. Almost 25 years later, Kevin is still actively involved in community, serving where there is a need, and encouraging as much community involvementas possible.
 
Kevin has been with Santa Teresita Catholic Church since 1991 when he started as a thirteen year-old altar server. At that time, there were only a few STC parish ministries. Two years later, he established MAGIC (Manhoben And God Inspiring the Community) that even today serves as a youth group that oversees the parishes many ministries. MAGIC, with Kevin's guidance, identifies the gifts and talents of the youth and then establishes ministries based on those gifts and talents. With Kevin as the parish Programs Director, STC has helped to create and nurture over 30 different ministries. At the heart of each ministry is the intent to build faith, morals, and leadership within each of its members. Most recently, Kevin served as Project Coordinator at Saint Francis Catholic School in Yona. During his nine years at the school, he was a Theology teacher, computer teacher, and Administrator of Student Affairs.
 
Kevin helped to facilitate community-based satellite programs with the Big Brothers, Big Sisters Program (now called Mañe’lu), Guam Community College Adult High and GED Programs, Rainbows for All Children / LifeWorks Guam, and the W.A.V.E. Club - Coconut Rhinoceros Eradication Program. For many years, Kevin has assisted or coordinated volunteers for Special Olympics Guam, Capuchin Friars’ / School Sisters of Notre Dame / Mercy Action Marianas Ltd. special projects, Guam Chamber of Commerce special events, Ministry to the Homeless, DYA, DOC, and Guam Cancer Care. At his parish Church, Kevin is actively involved in various ministries, including the Knights of Columbus. He is currently the Faith Director for the Guam State Council.
 
Kevin has written and co-written grant applications that were eventually awarded, totaling over $700,000.00. He was responsible for identifying needs, crafting ideas, and executing the plans through partnerships with Guam Behavioral Health and Wellness Center, the P.E.A.C.E. Office, UOG Cancer Trust Fund, TakeCare Foundation, Council for the Arts and Humanities Agency, and Humanities Guahan.
 
As a proud member of the Mangilao familia, Kevin hopes to help the Mayor execute plans that will continue to pump life throughout the island as the community of education,culture, and sports.
 
 
Traditional Village Name: Mangilao • Population: 15,191
• Village Flower: Red Rose or Rock Rose