Board Members

Pablo Chavajay

President

is a Tz’utujil Maya of San Pedro La Laguna, Sololá, Guatemala. He obtained his licenciatura in psychology from the Universidad de San Carlos in Guatemala.

Edward F. Fischer

Vice-President

is Professor of Anthropology and Director of the Center for Latin American Studies at Vanderbilt University.

José Ursúa

Treasurer

Grew up in Mexico City, where he obtained a BA in Economics and a Law School degree at ITAM, both summa cum laude and ranking at the top of his class.

Elisabeth Nicholson

Secretary to the Board

has a master’s degree in English and Spanish from Heidelberg University

Christa Little-Siebold

is an adjunct professor of anthropology at College of the Atlantic.

Jean-Marie Simon

Is the author of Guatemala: Eternal Spring, Eternal
Tyranny (W.W. Norton, NY).

Mitchell Denburg

Studied photography at The School of The Boston Museum of Fine Arts.

Karen Kaiser

Karen has BA in Economics degree at ITAM, summa cum laude and a Ph D in Economics from Princeton University.