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Henry O. Hernandez, Jr. is Vice President, Director of Diversity & Inclusion for SAIC. He isresponsible for providing thought leadership and strategic direction for diversity and inclusionprocesses enterprise wide. Prior to joining SAIC in May of 2009, Henry was Managing Directorfor Diversity & Inclusion Executive Consulting. His past professional experience includes firstChief Diversity Officer at American Express, Executive Director for Global DiversityLeadership at Pitney Bowes and other key corporate and consulting positions. He is also a formerIntelligence Officer for the Central Intelligence Agency. Henry is co-founder and first Presidentof the National Society of Hispanic MBAs (NSHMBA). Past NSHMBA recognition includesfirst Ultimate Hispanic Executive, Executive Circle and first NSHMBA Brillante Award forMember Service. Henry holds a BA degree in Mechanical Engineering from Rice Universityand MBA from the Anderson School at UCLA. He is a member of the Diversity Council of theConference Board and serves as steering committee member for the Washington…

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Rev. Dr. Sid L Mohn is ordained clergy in the United Church of Christ and is professed in the Order ofEcumenical Franciscans. For more than 30 years he served as President of Heartland Alliance, the largestU.S based human rights organization. He launched their Latin American programs and served asPresident of Alianza Heartland Mexico, a Mexican NGO. He founded the National Immigrant JusticeCenter, the Illinois Coalition on Immigrant and Refugee Rights, and Centro Romero. He served as Chair ofthe Board of the National Immigration Forum and on the boards of International Social Services and the US Committee for Immigrants and Refugees

Luz María Sánchez is an international award-winning artist living and working in Mexico and the United States. Sánchez is an active scholar, writer, and educator. She first studied music and literature before herdoctoral studies took her to the Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona. She works with themes such as the Mexican diaspora, violence in the Americas, and the failure of Nation states. Sánchez employs both sound as well as the moving image in order to create a full sensory experience, thus imbuing the work with a physical immediacy in the face of political trauma. In 2014 Sánchez was awarded the first prize in the inaugural Bienal de las Fronteras, and in2015 she was awarded the prestigious national grant Sistema Nacional de Creadores de Arte by theNational Institute of Arts and Culture in Mexico. Sánchez’s work has been included in majorinternational sound and music festivals. In 2014, she was awarded the first…

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México premier Archaeologist, The First series to be named for a Mexican citizen in Harvard University’s 400-year history. He was born in Mexico City in 1940. He graduated as an archaeologist from the national school of anthropology and history and obtained the title of master in anthropological sciences from the national autonomous university of Mexico. He received his doctorate at this last institution. He has worked in different archaeological sites such as Comalcalco; Teotihuacan, Cholula, Tula, Tlatelolco, Tenochtitlan and others. He has been a professor at the national school of anthropology for more than 30 years. His publications are more than 500 among articles, reviews, catalogs guides, semblanzas and books, among which are Muerte a Filo de Obsidiana, with 13 editions, Vida y Muerte en el Templo Mayor, Teotihuacan, Los Aztecas, Las Piedras Negadas, La Muerte Entre Los Mexicas, among many others, he has given more than a thousand lectures…

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