Meet the Team

Pedro Hernández

Public Lands Advocate

Pedro Hernández is GreenLatinos’ Public Land Advocate. He is based in Fresno, California and has worked for several of California's top environmental justice and conservation organizations in leading grassroots organizing and policy advocacy from the local to federal levels on issues including but not limited to climate change, clean drinking water, air quality, sustainable community development, endangered species protection, and equitable access to nature's benefits. Pedro holds a B.A. in United States and Latin American History from the University of California, Berkeley and has served as chair of the History Department at his alma mater, Laton High School. He also serves as the editor-in-chief for the bilingual newspaper, The Ivanhoe Sol, and enjoys gardening, nature photography, film production, and performing as the frontman for a punk rock band.