Congreso NASPA LAC
Congreso NASPA LAC


Sofia Pertuz

Sofia joined JED in November 2018 with over 20 years of experience in strategic planning, assessment, inclusive excellence, and critical incident management in higher education. She most recently served as Associate Vice President and Dean of Students at Hofstra University and Assistant Dean and Director for Multicultural Affairs at Fordham University. Sofia teaches as an adjunct in the Higher Education Leadership and Policy program at Hofstra and has been an invited speaker on topics in leadership, diversity, social justice and LGBTQ advocacy at various institutions and conferences, including delivering keynotes and webinars in Spanish. Sofia dedicates volunteer time sharing knowledge and skills through mentorship and organizational activities aiming to create inclusive and caring communities. She currently serves as co-chair of the Board of Directors of ERASE Racism. Sofia completed a B.A. degree in Organizational Communication from SUNY New Paltz and earned her M.S. and Ph.D. in Higher Education Leadership, Management, and Policy, both from Seton Hall University.


Kevin Kruger

Dr. Kevin Kruger draws on more than 35 years of experience in higher education. Since 2012, he has served as president and CEO for NASPA – Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education. Prior to his role as president, Dr. Kruger worked for 18 years as the associate executive director and served as the chief operating officer (COO) and chief financial officer (CFO) for NASPA. He has held a range of student affairs positions at Southern Methodist University and the University of Maryland. As NASPA president, Dr. Kruger represents student affairs at a variety of national forums and is a frequent contributor to higher education news stories on the college student experience. Dr. Kruger has published and presented nationally on trends in higher education, student success, degree-completion strategies for low-income/first generation students, technology, and change management and leadership in higher education. He is the proud father of two children, one a college sophomore and the other a junior in high school. Dr. Kruger received his M.A. and Ph.D. in Counseling and Personnel Services from the University of Maryland.


Dr. Henry K. Musoma

Dr. Henry K. Musoma was born and raised in Zambia, a country in Southern Africa. He attended high school in Zambia and Mozambique, then moved to the United States to pursue higher education. Musoma received a bachelor’s and master’s degree in Agricultural Leadership and Education from Texas A&M University, and a doctorate in Educational Administration from Texas Christian University.

While attending Texas A&M University, Henry met his wife Tyra. Tyra is a graduate of the architecture program at Texas A&M. They have four children, Kezia Mapalo, Joshua Kabalika, Olivia Natasha and Judah Bukata. The Musoma family are members of New Heights Church, College Station.

Up until the fall of 2018, Dr. Henry Musoma served as a Clinical Assistant Professor and Assistant Director for the Center for International Business Studies at the Mays Business School. He has recently taken on a new role as Director of Development (Global Engagement) with the Texas A&M Foundation Academic Affairs unit servicing the Provost office.

Dr. Musoma believes that education is a transformational experience and enjoys helping leaders optimize their leadership potential. In addition to traditional lectures, Musoma has accompanied over 70 Texas A&M Regents’ Scholars (first-generation college students) to Dubai, South Africa, and Zambia over the last six summers. Musoma often speaks to both students and faculty at various Tec de Monterrey campuses. Musoma has developed and facilitated executive training for Halliburton Presidential Leadership and Executive Program. Musoma has been a featured speaker at Baylor University, Sam Houston State University, Houston Methodist Hospital, Traditions Home Health, and various organizations.

Throughout his academic tenure, Dr. Musoma has been actively involved in university and community leadership development and has received numerous awards. Most recently, he was one of 24 recipients of the 2017 university-level Distinguished Achievement Awards – given to professionals who have exhibited the highest standards of excellence at Texas A&M University. His greatest recognition may not be for what he teaches directly, but how he teaches by example. In 2017, Musoma received the first Mays Spirit Award for his act of kindness to a student who was unable to find a babysitter during class time. This isolated incident is just a glimpse of what Dr. Musoma has done for his students. He is widely known for going above and beyond to help his students be successful.


Dr. Terrell Strayhorn

Dr. Terrell Strayhorn is Founding Chief Executive Officer of Do Good Work Educational Consulting, LLC. He also serves as Interim Vice President of Academic & Student Affairs and Professor of Urban Education at LeMoyne-Owen College in Memphis, TN. Previously, Strayhorn was on the faculty at The Ohio State University, where he served as Professor & Director of the Center for Higher Education Enterprise (CHEE).

An internationally-recognized student success scholar and “a foremost authority on issues of equity and diversity,” Strayhorn is author of over 10 books and more than 200 book chapters, journal articles, and other scholarly publications. His most popular book, College Students’ Sense of Belonging: A Key to Educational Success, sold record copies nationally and its 2nd edition will debut September 2018. Strayhorn is lead editor of a forthcoming book on the future of HBCUs that charts a way forward for transforming Black colleges today. He has given hundreds of invited keynote lectures at more than 700 universities and conferences across the globe. He has had an abiding life-long commitment to equity, diversity, and social justice. Longtime civil rights leader and activist, Marian Wright Edelman, President of the Children’s Defense Fund, wrote in 2014: “Strayhorn [is] a brilliant, Black professor” whose research yields critical insights for addressing long-standing problems in education.

Known for using the hashtag #DoGoodWork on social media, Strayhorn was named one of the country’s top diversity scholars by Diverse: Issues in Higher Education in 2011, one of Business First’s “Top 40 under 40,” one of the “Top 20 to Know in Education,” and became the youngest full professor in Ohio State University’s history in 2014. He has been quoted in major news outlets including the Chronicle of Higher Education, Inside HigherEd, Huffington Post, and newspapers across the nation. He shares his expertise on a national level as Guest Board Member for the National Association of Campus Activities (NACA) and Immediate Past-Chair of AERA’s Research Focus on Black Education (RFBE).

Strayhorn received a bachelor’s degree (BA) from the University of Virginia (UVA), a masters degree (MEd) in educational policy from the Curry School of Education at UVA, and doctorate (PhD) in higher education from Virginia Tech. He is currently pursuing a graduate certificate in Biblical Studies from Fuller Theological Seminary. He is a member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Incorporated, several honor society’s including Phi Kappa Phi, and a proud native of Virginia Beach, Virginia.

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4.- Los servicios los podrán buscar con los siguientes nombres: Congreso NASPA LAC, Taller pre-congreso, Combo taller + registro al Congreso

Datos de inscripción

El valor de inscripción para participar en el 3er Congreso NASPA-LAC de Asuntos Estudiantiles varía según la antelación con que se registre:

Precios antes del 15 de abril:
Solo registro al Congreso: $1,800 MXN (actividades del jueves 20 y viernes 21)
Taller pre-congreso: $2,800 MXN (actividades del miércoles 19)
Combo taller + registro al Congreso: $4,000 pesos

Precios después del 15 de abril:
Solo registro al Congreso: $2,000 MXN (actividades del jueves 20 y viernes 21)
Taller pre-congreso: $3,000 MXN (actividades del miércoles 19)
Combo taller + registro al Congreso: $4,200 pesos

En el caso de ponentes fuera de México, el expositor principal de ponencias seleccionadas queda exento del pago de inscripción al congreso.

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