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Area, Ethnic, Cultural, Gender And Group Studies graduate programs at Carnegie Mellon University
|Students Enrolled in Carnegie Mellon University graduate programs : 7960|
Composition of students population for Latin American Studies
|Latin American Studies Graduate program Tuition for in state students||$43,815|
|Out of State Average Full Time Tuition for Latin American Studies Graduate Program||$43,815|
Pennsylvania Commission on Latino Affairs
Established by Executive Order 2015-08, the Governor’s Advisory Commission on Latino Affairs (GACLA) is dedicated to advising the governor on policies and legislation that impact Latino American communities. GACLA and its commissioners have proficiently served Pennsylvania’s growing Latino community since 1971. Our aim is to contribute to the governor’s goal of government that works, schools that teach, and jobs that pay.
Pedro Anes, a native of Puerto Rico, brings 10+ years’ experience as President of the Latino American Alliance and Chairman of the Scranton Human Relations Commission.
Pedro is a Business owner, US Army Retired Veteran, holds a Master’s Degree in Management and is working on a Ph.D. in Human Development.
In addition to being recognized as a 2014 Coors Light Lideres finalist and the recipient of numerous awards including a proclamation from the NYS Assembly, the Proud to Be Latina Soy Poderosa award, and the SISGI Beyond Good Ideas Excellence in Nonprofit Leadership award, Dr. Bonilla-Rodriguez is a published author.
In March of 2016, Luz was named by Governor Tom Wolf as the Executive Director of the Governor’s Advisory Commission for Latino Affairs (GACLA). Luz has embraced this state-wide leadership role with typical vigor and charm, strongly connecting with near and distant Latino communities throughout Pennsylvania. Luz also has had the pleasure to work for council members such as the former Councilman Angel L. Ortiz and current Council members, Blondell Reynolds Brown Bill Greenlee.