As a first-generation American, Miguel has utilized almost twenty years of professional experience to develop a multifaceted understanding of the social and cultural factors that impact Latino career choice and professional success.
Miguel has also employed these personal and professional experiences to establish AdMentis Latino Talent Solutions, an independent consulting firm dedicated to assisting organizations tap the growing Latino workforce.
You can find more information about AdMentis here.
Miguel earned a Master of Arts degree from the University of Texas at El Paso in Organizational Behavior and a Doctorate of Management in Organizational Leadership from the University of Phoenix.
For 10 years, Miguel has also served as a faculty member for several online universities teaching graduate and undergraduate business courses.
Miguel specializes in Latino leadership characteristics, organizational experiences, and career choices. Miguel’s dissertation work, The Relationship Between Emotional Intelligence and Transformational Leadership: A Hispanic American Examination, examined the leadership behaviors among Latino professionals. His latest research is an examination of recent Latino graduates.
Latino workforce, employment, labor supply, Latino leadership, Latino career choice, Latino college graduates, Latinos and organizations.