Sculpture Project Team staff

Isaac Romano

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Founder. Executive Director, OWHR Institute-Quebec, President of the Board for our non-profit, U.S. incorporated,  Arts Way Home Charitable Fund, Inc.

Catherine Richardson / Kianewesquao, Ph. D.

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Executive Policy Staff Member at 

the  OWHR Institute-Quebec.

Staff  Adviser to the Arts Way 

Home Charitable Fund, Inc.

Director of First Peoples Studies 

at Concordia University in Montreal.

Marcello Giorgi

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Master Italian  Sculptor and collaborator with 

the OWHR Institute-Quebec/

Arts Way Home Charitable Fund, Inc. and 

co-owner of  the  Italian Arts Center, Montreal.

Nathalie Purchio

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 Working collaboratively with  the OWHR Institute-Quebec/Arts Way Home Charitable Fund, Inc. and co-owner of the Italian Arts Center, Montreal.

"The Welcoming" Sculpture! "ABRAZO" Familia Embrace U.S.-Mexico-Latin America

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Steven Fischler

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Co-Founder and Co-Owner of the Award Winning Pacific Street Films, Manhattan.  N.Y.  Producer of major Museum multi-media video installations  in the U.S. Steven Fischler studied film at New York University, under Martin Scorsese and in 1990  Fishcler filmed the  American Masters/PBS TV special,  

Martin Scorsese Directs.

Reverend Colin Bossen

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Advisory Staff Member at the OWHR Institute-Quebec and Staff Adviser to the Arts Way Home Charitable Fund, Inc. Reverend Bossen is Senior Minister of the First Unitarian Universalist Church of Houston, a social justice peace leader and a Ph.D. candidate in American Studies at Harvard University.

Jerry Flores, Ph.D.

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Los Angeles born and raised, Jerry Flores (Ph.D. University of California, Santa Barbara) is  Staff Advisor to the Arts Way Home Charitable Fund, Inc.  Dr.  Flores is a Ford Foundation Fellow, UC President's Post Doc and Assistant Professor in the Sociology Department at the University of Toronto.

Alden Chorush

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Texas born and bred,  OWHR Institute-Quebec’s Writer-in-Residence and Arts Way Home Advisory Staff member.  A recipient of the Feige and Sydney Gasco Graduate Scholarship in Creative Writing. 

Jenny Horn, Ph.D.

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With a background specialization 

in grants preparation and University Research Administration, Dr.  Horn  joins our team with a keen understanding of our overall project, 

as a lead Advisor to our Sculpture Project director.


Amy Huras, Ph. D.

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Arts Way Home Charitable Fund Adviser, Dr. Amy Huras teaches at the Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies at New York University.  She holds a Ph..D. in history from the University of Toronto and is co-editor of Latin American Identities after 1980 (2010).

Peter Cohen

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 OWHR Institute-Quebec Advisory Staff  and Arts Way Home Charitable Fund Adviser and  Representative in Spanish and English. Peter Cohen holds a Masters Degree in Political Science from Rutgers University and a Masters degree in TESOL from New York University. Expertise: Cross-Cultural-Relations, Educator in New York City, Mexico, Dominican Republic, Spain and China.

Jonathan Hafetz

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 Seton Hall Law School Professor, Human Rights, International Law and Constitutional Law legal authority.   Also Senior Attorney with the New York National Office of the American Civil Liberties Union (A.C.L.U.). Member of the Board of Directors for our non-profit, U.S. incorporated, Arts Way Home Charitable Fund, Inc. 

Matt Adams

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Legal Director of the Northwest Immigrant 

Rights Project (Seattle).  Member of the Board of Directors for our non-profit, U.S. incorporated,  Arts Way Home Charitable Fund, Inc. 

Steve Pershing

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Founder and  principle of Pershing Law, PLLC, Washington, D.C., USA,  Mr. Pershing  represents individuals, nonprofits and small businesses in a variety of matters, always for causes and values he believes in. Member of the Board for our non-profit, U.S. incorporated,  Arts Way Home Charitable Fund, Inc.