MEET THE TEAM
Chief Executive Officer
Chief Communications Officer
LITC Program Director
Delmy Chang de Trujillo
Community Resources Director
Health Promotion Department Director
Chief Innovations Officer
Community Health worker
Community Health Worker
Workforce Development Coordinator
Board of Directors
Paul H. Thompson
Paul H. Thompson served as president of Weber State University from 1990 to 2002. Paul has been a member of the Centro Hispano Board of Trustees since 2016. He is active in other community organizations including the boards of The Refuge and Utah Valley University. Paul has also been working to increase the availability of affordable housing in Utah County. He served on the faculty of BYU for 17 years and was the president of Weber State University for 12 years.
Junior is the VP of Strategy and Product at LeaderFactor, a global assessment and training company that works with organizations to measure and improve psychological safety.
Geidy Achecar Hatch
Geidy received her Bachelor of Arts degree in English from the University of Utah in 2003. She received her Juris Doctorate from J. Reuben Clark Law School at BYU in 2014. Geidy has worked in Family, Personal Injury, and Immigration Law and now focuses on immigration law at her own solo practice helping clients all over the United States. Geidy grew up in the Bronx in New York City where her family immigrated when she was a child and she speaks fluent Spanish. Her upbringing and culture have contributed to her passion for serving the Latino community. Geidy served as the Co-executive director of the Utah County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, she worked as a legal fellow for Senator Luz Robles of the Utah State Senate, and she served as a Truancy Court Judge in the Nebo School District for four years. Geidy remains dedicated to the cause of diversity and inclusivity , currently, she serves on the board of the Utah Center for Legal Inclusion as co-chair of the PLEDGE committee, and she is one of nine members of the newly appointed board for the Conviction Integrity Unit.
Claudia grew up in Los Angeles, CA after her family emigrated from Michoacán, Mexico. She is a first generation college graduate from Cal State LA with a BA in Social Work with an emphasis in child abuse and family violence. Claudia has worked in a variety of settings within the social work field over the years and currently leads the Student and Family Advocates in the Provo City School District, a sub-department of Student Services which focuses on working with migrant, refugee, immigrant and at-risk youth and families.