Hector is a coach and facilitator at Rethinc where he provides adult learning, change management, and healthy identity development to partners seeking evolution and an inclusive work community.
For over 25 years, Hector has been a dedicated educator, coach, and activist working to create liberatory spaces where people can become fully human in body, mind, spirit, and community. He is a skilled Racial Justice facilitator that worked with hundreds of education leaders, activists and some celebrities to create a more just world. Hector is the co-founder and former Principal of El Puente Academy for Peace and Justice, the first Human Rights High school in the nation and a nationally recognized model for culturally responsive, racially equitable, and community-driven education. Hector is a member of New York State’s My Brother’s Keeper Blue Ribbon Committee. A graduate of Long Island University, He lives in Queens with his family which sits on the land of the Lenape Nation.