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Juan M. Hernandez ’13

Juan M. Hernandez received a B.A. in political science and history before earning an M.A. in public policy with a concentration in education policy in 2015. A member of the first Posse from Chicago, Illinois, Hernandez was very active while on campus. He served as president of La Voz Latina, co-chair of the Men of Color Alliance, and vice president of Multicultural Affairs for the Student Government Association. Hernandez now serves as director of the Myatt Center for Diversity and Inclusion at the University of New Haven. He also sits on the Board of Directors for the Hartford Marathon Foundation and the Executive Committee of Hartford’s Democratic Town Committee and is an elected member for the City of Hartford’s Board of Education. As a member of the NAA, Hernandez hopes to improve the day-to-day experiences for Trinity students with an emphasis on students of color and students who identify as LGBTQIA. Hernandez’s own experiences at Trinity led him to pursue the opportunity to join the NAA, and he looks forward to working with President Berger-Sweeney and others to continue making Trinity the best institution it can be.

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