Hector H. Lopez
President & Founder
Hector’s professional journey has had an impact on the development of the Americas. For over 20 years, he has contributed to efforts of critical importance in international affairs, media, communication, community development & higher education throughout North, Central & South America.
Hector previously served as Senior Vice President, Assistant Vice President & Northeast U.S. Director of the National Hispanic Institute (NHI). He worked in government serving as Industry Development Advisor & International Trade Liaison for the City of El Paso. Hector worked in higher education as Advisor to the Dean of Enrollment Management & as Assistant Director of Admission in charge of Latin America at Villanova University. He also served in national & international endeavors having worked for Generations United & the United States Peace Corps in Washington DC.
Hector is a Texas native of the US border city of El Paso. He is a graduate of the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University in Washington DC & holds a degree in International Politics with concentrations in International Law, Ethics and Organizations & a Certificate in Latin American Studies. Additionally, he holds a Masters degree in Strategic Communication with a focus in Organizational Communication, from Villanova University in Philadelphia.