The Rev. Jeanette Salguero—pastor at the multicultural The Gathering in Orlando, FL, vice president of the National Latino Evangelical Coalition, and director of the Carrion Hispanic Leadership Institute at Southeastern University—is a powerful voice on issues that affect Latino communities in the United States. Focusing on immigration, education, and health, Salguero’s leadership offers an important voice for growing diversity and changing demographics in our country. In addition to her advocacy work, Salguero has provided consulting leadership for governmental agencies such as the Department of Health & Human Services, the Centers for Medicaid & Medicare Services, and the American Psychological Association around minority health disparities. Recently, she was honored by the Dept of Health & Human Services as one of the top 15 women in the nation for her leadership and work with vulnerable populations. Jeanette served as the Women's North American Commissioner for the World Evangelical Alliance, and has worked extensively on consulting around issues of multicultural integration and leadership. She is a sought-after public speaker and has published articles on multi-ethnic leadership, faith & public life, and Hispanic women’s leadership. Jeanette earned a Masters in Arts in Leadership & Non-Profit Consulting from Southeastern University (summa cum laude). She is also a graduate of Duke Divinity’s Faith & Leadership Institute. She resides in Orlando with her husband, the Rev. Dr. Gabriel Salguero and two sons, Jon-Gabriel and Seth.