Luis Arriaga is the President of ITESO University in Guadalajara, Mexico. He has been on the faculty at ITESO, Loyola University in Los Angeles, and IBERO University in Mexico City. Arriaga has also been a visiting professor at Santa Clara University and a post-doctoral fellow at the Stanford Human Rights Center. Arriaga has some two decades of experience in the defense and promotion of human rights. He has worked with the Center for Indigenous Rights in Chiapas, the Ignacio de Loyola Association for Migrants and Refugees in Chiapas, the Center for Reflection and Labor Action in Guadalajara, and as director of one of Mexico’s leading human rights organizations, the Miguel Agustín Pro Juárez Center for Human Rights. Under Arriaga’s leadership, the Miguel Agustín Pro Juárez Center for Human Rights developed close relationships with communities suffering rights abuse, successfully advocated before Mexican and international fora for redress, and earned several awards, including the Emilio Krieger Medal and the Hermila Galindo Award.