Andrea L. Hernandez, Ph.D.
Dr. Andrea L. Hernandez is a social entrepreneur with over 17 years experience in social change innovating and organizing in the public and nonprofit sector. Social change efforts Dr. Hernandez have led and supported have been shared in the New York Times, nationally and locally televised, and published in field articles and books. Annie serves as the Impact Collaborative Activator supporting strategic partnerships and fund development efforts for the eXtension Foundation. Most recently, Annie served as the Executive Director for the Frieda C. Fox Family Foundation based in Los Angeles and led the development of its special project, Youth Philanthropy Connect, building the global movement of youth philanthropy. Previously, Annie served rural communities in the Midwest through foundation and public service roles. Annie serves on the national board for the Grantmakers for Effective Organizations and Learning to Give and is a member of the Latino Community Foundation with her partner, George Rodriguez. She is proud of receiving the inaugural Young and Emerging Capacity Builder Award from the Alliance for Nonprofit Management and being a certified 21/64 trainer to support her philanthropic intergenerational family consulting. Andrea earned her PhD in Leadership and Change from Antioch University, MS in Agricultural, Environmental Communication and Education at the University of Illinois, and her BS from Texas A&M University. She is an aspiring flower farmer and river explorer in Spokane, WA.
A recognized leader known for addressing complex community and business issues with strategic vision and elegantly simple solutions to achieve success, Teresa Hogue offers a unique blend of applied education helping communities, businesses, and organizations build their capacity to lead positive change. As Director of the Cascade Center for Community Governance and Professor Emeritus, Teresa is both diligent in tailoring solutions for the 21st century and committed to raising levels of inquiry to discover positive futures.
With a reputation for judicious use of resources and innovative approaches, Teresa’s expertise and work has been instrumental to local, state, national and international communities. During her 38 year tenure at Oregon State University, Professor Hogue held positions in research, teaching, and administration that developed new and innovative approaches to education and creating integrated systems where collaboration and leveraging human and capital resources was critical.
Building on her degrees in Resource Management, Masters in Business Administration, and Community Development, she has worked extensively in areas of stewardship and leadership development, public and private collaborations, governance, strategic and business planning, and developing and implementing sustainability strategies.
Teresa has authored several books and numerous tools and models for community building for private non-profits, government, businesses, and organizations. Hogue holds degrees and post graduate studies from Oregon State University, University of Oregon, Yale University and Harvard University Kennedy School of Government.