Antonio Huerta joined El Pomar Foundation as a member of the 2017 Fellowship class. As a Fellow, Antonio works with the American Council of Young Political Leaders, El Pomar Scholars, the Internship,Western Legislative Academy, and Wildland Fire Fund. In addition, Antonio supports the San Luis Valley region.
Born in Pueblo, Colorado and raised in Granada, Colorado, Antonio graduated from Colorado State University-Pueblo with a Master of Business Administration, Bachelor of Science in business administration, and minors in finance and leadership. He is passionate about professional development, leadership, networking, learning new skills, and promoting diversity. His recent accomplishments include being the president of the associated students’ government, serving as a Healy Fellow in the Hasan School of Business, a member in the President’s Leadership Program, and an intern with El Pomar Foundation in 2016. He also volunteers for the Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership Seminar and the Amache Preservation Society.