Adonis Banegas


Adonis Banegas serves as the Chief Executive Officer of Concilio de Organizaciones Hispanas (Concilio). As CEO of Concilio, Mr. Banegas oversees programs that provide social, educational, cultural, preventative and intervention services to underserved families in and around the Philadelphia region. Concilio, the oldest Latino non-profit in Philadelphia, serves as a voice for the diverse Latino community around issues affecting children, youth, and families, and convenes two major cultural events in Philadelphia each year: The Hispanic Fiesta at Penn’s Landing and the Puerto Rican Day Parade held at the Benjamin Franklin Parkway attracting thousands of individuals.

Mr. Banegas has nearly 20 years of nonprofit experience working to expand access to health and social services for vulnerable and underserved populations.  Mr. Banegas values the impact that the services at Concilio offers and prides himself in professional development for his staff and creating a pathway for future leaders. 

A true Philadelphia product, Mr. Banegas graduated from Fels High School, earned a bachelor’s degree in Health Policy and Administration from the Pennsylvania State University and a Master of Science in Health Education from Arcadia University. His community involvement includes serving on the boards of Deep Roots Charter School, Ceiba and the Latino Behavioral Health Coalition.