Mr. del Pinal received his Ph.D. in demography from University of California at Berkeley and has lectured or taught at the University of Southern California, the University of Michigan, Rutgers State University, Thunderbird American Graduate School of International Management, the Hispanic Women Leadership Institute, the Leadership Management for Urban Executives Institute, and the Center for Strategic Urban Community Leadership. He has been a Fellow at the Center for Chicano Research at Stanford University and a United Nations University Fellow for the Institute of Nutrition for Central America and Panama (INCAP) in Guatemala City. He has also worked at the United Nations, the U.S. General Accounting Office, and Westinghouse Corp.
Raul Hinojosa-Ojeda is founding research director of the North American Integration and Development Center at the University of California at Los Angeles. He is co-author of Latinos in a Changing U.S. Economy: Comparative Perspectives on the U.S. Labor Market Since 1939 and coeditor of Labor Market Interdependence Between the United States and Mexico. His most recent book is Convergence and Divergence Between NAFTA, Chile, and MERCOSUR: Overcoming Dilemmas of North and South American Economic Integration. He has also written numerous book chapters and journal articles.
Mr. Hinojosa-Ojeda earned his Ph.D. in political science from the University of Chicago and is a visiting scholar at the World Bank, the Inter-American Development Bank, the University of California at Berkeley, and several academic institutions in Mexico. He was one of the originators of the North American Development Bank and has been an academic consultant for the Center for Latin American Studies at Stanford University as well as a research associate with the Americas Program and the Stanford Center for Chicano Research.
Henry Ingle is Professor of Communication and Associate Vice-President of Technology Planning and Distance Learning at the University of Texas at El Paso, where he has directed a number of innovative instructional technology projects. He recently participated as part of an invited international team of experts in a study of educational and training needs for the state of Jalisco, Mexico, sponsored by the Overseas Council for Educational Development.
Mr. Ingle earned his Ph.D. in communications and education from Stanford University and was the recipient of senior Fulbright-Hays Fellowships to Spain and Peru, postdoctoral fellowships from the Ford Foundation and National Research Council, and a fellowship award from the University of Texas system to participate in the Distance Education Executive Leadership Institute. He has worked for UNESCO, the World Bank, USAID, the Organization of American States, the U.S. Information Agency, World Education, and the Academy for Educational Development, and has written numerous scholarly articles and book chapters. He is a member of the board of trustees for the College Board of New York, the Hispanic Telecommunications Network of San Antonio, and the Mexico-Norte Consortium, which conducts transnational border research. He also is a member of the executive committee of Educause, a project funded by the National Science Foundation to strengthen the use of advanced technologies at minority-serving institutions of higher education.
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