Miguel holds a dual degree in economics and business administration and brings to mediation ample experience as a former senior executive of a Fortune 500 company. He is an expert on intercultural and diversity issues and as the principal of Fenix, Inc. he counts among his clients many public and private entities including NGOs and refugee organizations. He has developed numerous programs of cultural integration, executive training on management of a diverse workforce, labor relations and language development initiatives among others. Being a bilingual mediator, he also brings knowledge and understanding of the cultural and linguistic differences that can hinder the communication and resolution of conflicts between different parties.
As an experienced Certified Court Interpreter, he has worked with many State and Federal law enforcement agencies, and he is a past member of the State Advisory Committee of Language Access and the Court Interpreter Oversight Committee of the State of Colorado.
He is a dedicated volunteer and was recognized in 2005 with the Governor’s Volunteer of the Year award and volunteers with several nonprofit and community mediation organizations.