Licensed in real estate since 2011, I’ve obtained VIP access in key developments in downtown Toronto – most notably the Pan American Village. I’m also a strong multicultural champion, having found several organizations, leading community/mainstream initiatives, and running the national awards program “10 most influential Hispanic Canadians” since 2007. I was the first Hispanic to be involved with the Toronto 2015 Pan American Games, and the only one who successfully advocated for ethnic inclusion in business and home ownership.
I have met in private with Prime Minister Harper and Cabinet Ministers to discuss issues of importance to multicultural communities. A ‘Canadian Who is Who’ inductee and York University Fellow – Stong College, I contributed to the international business best seller “Why Mexicans Don’t Drink Molson”, the University of Toronto book “The Political Participation of Latin Americans in Canada”, as well as the upcoming York University book “Shared spaces: Celebrating the regional sports of the Americas”. He has been profiled by the Globe & Mail, National Post, Toronto Star, CBC and most Hispanic media in Canada. A Ryerson University and Seneca College grad, I came to Canada in 1991 with no English or university education. I now live in the Distillery Historic District, and bike to work daily.