Hispanic Access Foundation
Deputy Director of Workforce

As a first-generation Peruvian immigrant, Rodrigo’s experiences in the U.S. instilled in him the drive to support and collaborate with immigrant communities' efforts to further social equity.

Through his academic trajectory, Rodrigo attained a bachelor’s in History from Cornell University, and a master’s degree in Latin American studies from Georgetown University, cultivating his knowledge on issues pertaining to human rights, socio-economic inequality, and conservation.

Before joining HAF in 2014, Rodrigo put his knowledge into practice by working for non-profit organizations in the U.S. and abroad. Currently, as HAF’s Internship and Fellowships' Program Coordinator, Rodrigo strives to incorporate his passion and skills to help foster more inclusive professional opportunities for Latinx youth pursuing fields in historic preservation and environmental protection.