Andres Elizalde serves as the Manager of Grants and Proposals at the Hispanic Scholarship Fund. His primary role is to identify and help secure private foundation funding for HSF.
Andres has several years of experience in grant writing and nonprofit fundraising. Most recently, Andres served as the Development Director for a South LA non-profit organization providing education, advocacy training, and awareness outreach about developmental disabilities to children and families. Andres has also advised grant writers and development staff from other nonprofit organizations on a voluntary basis. Prior to entering the nonprofit arena, Andres worked as a technology teacher for Green Dot Public Schools.
Andres earned his B.A. at Harvard University. He grew up in Boyle Heights, just east of Downtown LA. Andres enjoys working out, traveling, and studying programming languages.
"What the mind of man can conceive and believe, it can achieve" - Napoleon Hill