Michelle Adam

Michelle Adam is an experienced writer and teacher currently living in New Mexico.  For more than twenty five years, she has written for magazines and newspapers, which include The Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education Magazine; Hibernia Magazine, an Irish magazine; Vista Magazine, a Hispanic insert of major national newspapers; and multiple other publications. She has also taught Spanish to middle and high school students for the past 14 years, and has written a novel, "Child of Duende,” about a young girl imbued by the spirit of the earth in Spain. Her fiction is inspired by her years growing up in Spain and by her Argentinean roots and Latin America's magical realism tradition.  

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Administration February 2024 Premium

President Kenneth Jessell: Leading Florida International University to New Heights

Dr. Kenneth Jessell’s remarkable journey, from a first-generation college student to becoming President of Florida International University (FIU), highlights his commitment to student success. Under his leadership, FIU focuses on empowering first-generation and minority students, achieving notable academic accolades, and shaping a future vision for innovation and resilience.  

Hispanic Community February 2023 Premium

Dr. Hubert Benitez, A Leader in Five Core Values

Dr. Hubert Benitez, the current president of American International College, is a former dentist from Colombia who returned to the US to pursue a career in higher education. He is committed to AIC, an institution whose core values – access, opportunity, diversity, community and belonging - are aligned with his own.