Alejandro is father of Eddie Moreno, a 23 year old young man who loves, music, sports and the water, Son of Martha Sandoval, grandson to Refugio and homobono, brother to 6, padrino to 4, best friend to a few and friend to many. Alejandro is a student of philosophy, psychology and human systems.
Alejandro brings over 25 years of experience developing and delivering training in topics such as community mobilizing; building strong coalitions for effective substance abuse prevention practices and policies; advocacy; fatherhood; communication between parents and youth; and cultural competence. Alejandro is committed to the well-being of wellbeing of individuals, families, and communities is dependent on vigilance and renewal.
As a professional, Alejandro is a trainer specializing on Fatherhood, Advocacy, Parent & Youth Leadership, Prevention and Prejudice Interruption. Has trained across California, Chicago, the continental United States, México and was honored by an invitation to Israel to develop and implement training for Arab and Jewish Israeli, American Jewish and African American youth. He is also an avid advocate for cross-cultural and family issues in the Latino segment of communities across the United States.
Mr. Moreno co-founded the National Compadres Network, served as consultant to The US/Mexico Border Alliance an alcohol prevention project of the Federal Government and as Trainer for CABE the California Association for Bilingual Educators. He presently serves as the president for INVOCA/dignidad Inc., an institute for personal, family and community development.
He serves on the Advisory Boards of: National Head Start Family Literacy Center, Sonoma State University; Orange County Community Housing Corporation; and, National Bootcamp for New Dads Fatherhood Program.
Alejandro Moreno is an avid columnist and poet and has been featured in Selecciones of Readers Digest’s, Los Angeles Times, The Orange County Register, The Christian Science Monitor, PBS’s Los Niños en su Casa, Buenos Dias America. Alejandro is Bilingual and bicultural in English and Spanish.