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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. Graduate of

Southwestern University with a Bachelor of Arts in Latin American Studies with a focus in Anthropology. Received her Master of Arts from the Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies, University of Texas at Austin.


Anita has been a pivotal contributor toward the development of community and public affairs at the Museo Alameda, the first formal Smithsonian affiliate in the U.S. and the official Latino Museum of Texas. She also volunteers as the Project Administrator for the San Antonio Great Debate, a leadership program for high school freshmen. Anita has lived and studied in Mexico City, Oaxaca, Veracruz, and Chiapas, México.

     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.


Analco has taught at Memorial High School in the Edgewood ISD of San Antonio, TX. He is an owner and co-founder of 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 at San Antonio and National Hispanic Institute. Analco has lived and studied throughout various parts of México as well as in San Juan, Puerto Rico and Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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