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H. Analco González, JD, MBA

Managing Partner; Business & Community Development, Lobbying

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Born in San Antonio, Texas, raised throughout México and in San Antonio. Founder of the Hispanic Youth Leaders Organization. Founder of the San Antonio Young Leaders Conference. Founder of the National Hispanic Institute – OLLU Leadership Service Center. A graduate of Health Careers High School, San Antonio, Texas. Bachelor of Arts from Rice University, Houston, Texas. MBA from Our Lady of the Lake University, San Antonio, TX and a Doctor of Jurisprudence from the University of Texas School of Law, Austin, TX. Adjunct Professor in the School of Business and Leadership at Our Lady of the Lake University.

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Professor Analco González has taught at Memorial High School in the Edgewood ISD of San Antonio, TX. He owned and co-founded an importing company originally out of Buenos Aires, Argentina. He is a volunteer and consulting chief trainer for numerous leadership experiences implemented locally, nationally, and internationally by the National Hispanic Institute and the local affiliate, The National Hispanic Institute at San Antonio (formerly the San Antonio Community Leadership Council). He serves on the Board of Directors for the national non-profits, Center for New Communities (C4NC) and the National Hispana Leadership Institute (NHLI), both based out of Washington, D.C., and the Texas-based non-profit, Healthy Futures of Texas. Analco has lived and studied throughout various parts of México as well as in San Juan, Puerto Rico and Buenos Aires, Argentina. He has won numerous awards; most recently was awarded the Distinguished Alumni Award by the National Hispanic Institute. He has authored several articles one of which was published in the Journal of Legal Studies Education. Analco writes and develops business and leadership training curriculum for non-profits, educational institutions, as well as for corporations. He was ranked as the “Top 100 Emerging Latino Leaders” by the National Hispanic Institute in 2012.

H. Analco González, JD, MBA

Managing Partner

Business & Community Development, Lobbying

Luis G. González, JD

Senior Partner; Business Development & Start-Ups, Lobbying

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Born and raised in San Antonio, Texas. Founding member of the Hispanic Youth Leaders Organization while in middle school. First Secretary of State from the City of San Antonio at the annual leadership experience, The Lorenzo De Zavala Youth Legislative Session, by the National Hispanic Institute. A graduate of Communication Arts High School, San Antonio, Texas. Bachelor of Arts from Stanford University, Stanford, California, and a Doctor of Jurisprudence from the University of Texas School of Law, Austin, TX.

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Luis owned and co-founded an importing company originally out of Buenos Aires, Argentina. He is a volunteer and consulting chief trainer for numerous leadership experiences implemented locally, nationally, and internationally by the National Hispanic Institute and the local affiliate, The National Hispanic Institute at San Antonio (formerly the San Antonio Community Leadership Council). Luis has traveled to Costa Rica, where he went on a national soccer tour with his collegiate team at Stanford. He has also lived and studied throughout Europe, particularly in Spain, as well as in New York City, Washington D.C., and Buenos Aires, Argentina. Luis was recently recognized with the National Hispanic Institute’s Distinguished Alumni Award and he was ranked as the “Top 100 Emerging Latino Leaders” by the National Hispanic Institute in 2012. He currently has his own law practice focused on business law and intellectual property.

Luis G. González, JD

Senior Partner

Business Development & Start-Ups, Lobbying

Ixchell González, M.Ed.

Partner; Educational Curriculum & Organizational Management

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Born and raised in Cuernavaca, Morelos, México and San Antonio, Texas. Founding member of the Hispanic Youth Leaders Organization. Founding member of the San Antonio Community Leadership Council. She attended schools in México and Texas graduating from Health Careers High School in San Antonio, Texas. Receiving a Bachelor in Education with a Minor in Reading from St. Mary’s University and a Master in Educational Leadership from Our Lady of the Lake University, San Antonio, Texas.

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Ixchell is a graduate of numerous top-ranked leadership programs including the National Hispana Leadership Institute’s “Executive Leadership Program”, the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University “Effective Change through Public Policy Management” Certificate Program, and the Center for Creative Leadership’s “Leadership Development” Program. She has been a professional dancer/instructor throughout the U.S. and México. She continues to be a life long educator serving as a volunteer, teacher, curriculum coordinator, Head of School and Superintendent. She is the chief architect behind the contemporary Project Administrator position of the National Hispanic Institute at San Antonio’s Great Debate Team. Ixchell has lived and studied throughout various parts of México.

Ixchell González, M.Ed.

Partner

Educational Curriculum & Organizational Management


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Olivia Travieso, MPAff

Partner; Public Affairs, Branding & Marketing

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Born and raised in San Antonio, Olivia is a graduate of Incarnate Word High School (IWHS). She was a founding member and President of the IWHS Chapter of the Hispanic Youth Leaders Organization. Olivia has her Bachelor of Arts in Latin American Studies and Political Science from Southwestern University. She holds a Master of Public Affairs from the Lyndon B. Johnson School at the University of Texas at Austin and completed the LBJ School Portfolio Program in Nonprofit Studies through the RGK Center for Philanthropy and Community Service. While at the LBJ School she was published as a contributing author for the “Texas Financial Transparency: Open and Online,” Policy Research Project and served as the Teaching Assistant for the City Manager of San Antonio.

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In addition to public affairs, Olivia is the chief branding and marketing person for OCI Group and has been the liaison working with our partner Rumble Creative on various projects, including San Antonio’s SA2020. She continues to be the driving force behind community initiatives as a volunteer Lead Trainer, Community Outreach Coordinator and Parent Liaison for the National Hispanic Institute at San Antonio (formerly the San Antonio Community Leadership Council). She has also contributed as a volunteer for the National Hispanic Institute’s local, national and international leadership experiences. Olivia has lived and studied in several parts of México, as well as in Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay and Brazil.

Olivia Travieso, MPAff

Partner

Public Affairs, Branding & Marketing

Anita L. Fernández, MA

Partner; Nonprofit Management, Latin American History & Art

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Born and raised in San Antonio, Texas. Founder and first President of the IWHS Chapter of the Hispanic Youth Leaders Organization. Graduate of Incarnate Word High School, San Antonio, Texas. A Graduate of Southwestern University with a B.A. in Latin American Studies and a focus in Anthropology. A graduate of the University of Texas at Austin Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies, M.A.

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Anita served as a pivotal contributor toward the development of community and public affairs during her time at the Museo Alameda, the first formal Smithsonian affiliate in the U.S. and the official Latino Museum of Texas and remains a dedicated community supporter of the arts. She also volunteers as the Project Administrator for the National Hispanic Institute at San Antonio’s Great Debate Team, a program for high school freshmen. She has experience developing and implementing college readiness curriculum for the K – 12 grade levels. She is currently a District 1 Appointee for the San Antonio SA2020 Commission on Education. Youth leadership, education and culture remain at the heart of her personal and professional endeavors. Anita has lived and studied in D.F., Oaxaca, Veracruz, and Chiapas, México.

Anita L. Fernández, MA

Partner

Nonprofit Management, Latin American History & Art

José Alberto Vidal, MBA

Junior Partner; Small Business Advising, Bilingual Services

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A native of Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, México, and is a graduate of Cathedral High School in El Paso, TX. He has a Bachelor of Arts in International Business and Marketing from St. Mary’s University in San Antonio, Texas and an MBA from the University of Phoenix.

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He owned an importing company originally out of Buenos Aires, Argentina. José Alberto has lived, worked and studied throughout México as well as in Puerto Montt and Puerto Varas, Chile and Buenos Aires, Argentina. Currently, he is involved in a business initiative on the Eastside of San Antonio, TX.

José Alberto Vidal, MBA

Junior Partner

Small Business Advising, Bilingual Services

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