Angela Mictlanxochitl Anderson Guerrero, PHD, MPP
In recognition of the many years Angela has worked with EAP to ground our fellowship program in intention and encouraged our work toward honoring multiplicity and incorporating indigenous practices into arts & culture work, EAP honors the scholar, cultural leader, and EAP Alum and invites guest speakers to share their experience with her work.
Angela Mictlanxochitl Anderson Guerrero, PHD, MPP is the Executive Director of LIDERAMOS, a National Latino leadership development organization. She is a contemporary healer holding and guiding strategic change built in self-worth to regenerate radical compassion for a new world of equity, sustainability, and wonder. With over 25 years of experience in community engagement and leading organizations, she strives to be a leader in these times of survival. As a policy advocate and researcher, she served as the Director of Operations for the Institute for Diversity in Health Management, and co-founded the National Forum for Healthcare Executives, the Asian HealthCare Leaders Association. She also served as the Program Director of the Center for Metropolitan Chicago Initiatives of the Institute for Latino Studies at the University of Notre Dame. Recognizing the possibilities at the intersections of education, spirituality, and personal development, she completed her doctorate in transpersonal psychology at the California Institute of Integral Studies. In response to the global pandemic, she is a research associate with Latino Policy Forum and a volunteer with The National Coalition of Latinos Against COVID-19. She is a specialist in the effective communication of pluralities of knowledge across cultural and organizational borders. She serves as a council member of Danza de la Huitzilmeztli and Danza de Luna Xinachtli Meztli, both transterritorial Mexica ceremonial practices.