AUTHORIZED DONATOR - 700-02-01-2020-01321 EXP. 35277 / CLUNI: IIC18071120IUU / RFC: IIC180711UT6
CLUNI: IIC18071120IUU / RFC: IIC180711UT6 / AUTHORIZED DONATOR - 700-02-01-2020-01321 EXP. 35277
We are a non-profit Civil Association constituted with a goal to contribute to conservation, diffusion and development of the culture, crafts, uses, customs, music, dance, gastronomy, art, and the languages of the indigenous people of Mexico.
Our association is regulated by the Mexican laws and authorized to receive donations and issue tax deductible receipts
To meet our social objectives, we will carry out the following activities:
1.- To organize, disseminate and implement cultural and educational exchanges with students from national and foreign universities (Cultural Immersion Programs)
2.- To promote and disseminate the culture of the different towns of Mexico through fairs, exhibitions, workshops shows, excursions,and exhibitions in the different States of the Mexican Republic, as well as in other foreign countries
3.- To promote, organize and implement social works to benefit the Indigenous communities of Mexico
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Contribute through social, educational and cultural programs to the conservation, dissemination, development and promotion of the culture of the indigenous peoples of Mexico
Within 5 years, they will be included in the 10 civil cultural associations of Mexico
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
EDUARDO S. ROBLES
Director of Culture and Education
Cel. 951 1303825
With more than 20 years of experience in the development of cultural projects. Eduardo, is a passionate person with the conservation of our roots, promoter of development, committed and respectful of the customs of the Indigenous Peoples of Mexico
Director of Relations and Social projects
Cel. 951 1189276
Charismatic, sensitive to great social challenges, with an extraordinary capacity for personal relationships and more than 8 years of experience in social projects. Felix, is our first contact, committed to society and the development of the indigenous peoples of Mexico,
Strategy, Logistics and Links Director
Cel. 951 499 33 03
With more than 10 years of experience in social projects, visionary, passionate about the living culture of the indigenous peoples of Mexico, with a great sense of social responsibility and equity, he represents us as Director of Strategy.
Cel. 951 123 48 84
With a postgraduate degree in Tax Law and extensive experience in audits, internal controls, process training, and tax advice for private companies and ONG´s. Claudio Orozco is responsible for the Comptroller Department of IICEM AC.
Cel. 951 180 65 75
Marisela contributes with her talent, to verify the execution of IICEM AC projects, in addition, she supports to manage and coordinate the activities of the people who participate in our different projects
Grant Writer and Educational Coordinator for Study Abroad
E- mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Meghan joins the Institute with enthusiasm to promote the maintenance and regeneration of the rich culture of Oaxaca. Meghan grew up in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Meghan attended McGill University in Montréal, Québec where they studied Sustainability, Science & Society with a minor in Urban Systems. Meghan is passionate about systems thinking, indigenous sovereignty, food sovereignty for all and delving into deeper connections within and between communities. Meghan sits on the Board of Directors for similarly-minded Canadian NGO SymBioSyn.
Educational Coordinator for Study Abroad
Melinda Vargas joined the Institute with the vision and objective of improving communication and educational and cultural links in the USA. Melinda, represents our organization with experience and integrity, from San Antonio Texas USA.
MARCO A. CEBALLOS
Communication and social media
Marco Antonio is an innovator, lover of new technologies, who has participated for more than 5 years in different socio-cultural projects in charge of our different social media.