Cynthia Rodriguez Rocha is the CEO and Founder of L3-Life Long Legacies, Inc. She has been an advocate for change and has a passion for creating opportunities in the areas of education and the workplace for all communities. Cynthia is the daughter of migrant parents and has a passion for helping students and their families reach their full potential especially in the area of education.
She is also a recognized and respected diversity consultant with over twenty years of experience in retail operation management, diversity management, training and development, public relations and multi-cultural marketing. She has worked with a wide range of organizations to mobilize their commitment and support for diversity into concrete, measurable actions.
Having earned her BBA from Baylor University and an MBA from Our Lady of the Lake University, Cynthia is also certified as a Professional of Human Resources.
Cynthia is a recognized community advocate and leader by serving on numerous local and state organizations. She currently serves on the Executive Board of Directors and former Chair, for United Communities of San Antonio, formally known as National Conference of Community and Justice and has served as a Board of Trustee for Our Lady of the Lake University in San Antonio and the Baylor Alumni Association.
She is a 2006 graduate of the Leadership Texas Class - a premier statewide women's leadership program and in 2008, she completed Harvard University's Executive Public Leadership Program as a National Hispana Leadership Institute Fellow at the Kennedy School of Government.
Cynthia is married and has two beautiful young children, Antonio Daniel and Catalina Paloma.