Eduardo Hernandez Herrera is studying his second master’s degree, concentrating in Information Technology and Digital Media Design at Harvard. Eduardo is also working on his thesis to complete his law degree at Universidad Rafael Landivar. He also holds a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from Portland State University, a Master’s Degree in Education and Information Technology from Western Oregon University, and a Postgraduate Certificate in Web Technologies from Harvard University Extension School.
Eduardo works as a Research Faculty Aid focusing in Instructional Design for the Harvard Division of Continuing Education. He is also a Communication Specialist for Web Development & Social Media for North Clackamas School District, helping to implement the migration process of over 40 websites into Drupal. In additoon of being the Chief of Technology of HEEREA, he is also a Director of the Sponsorship Committee at the Harvard Extension Business Society.
Eduardo was a founder of the first project of its kind, Ingles Para Escuelas de Escasos Recursos, that taught English in seven public elementary schools in the highlands of Quetzaltenango, Guatemala. The project was approved by the Ministry of Education, reaching over 2000 children, obtaining grants. He recruited 5 teachers and over 22 volunteers from 8 different countries.
His hobbies include traveling, foreign languages, running and playing guitar.