Raúl Garza - Papa
Raúl Garza has enjoyed a creative, successful, but unusual career. He’s worked in education, media, business, philanthropy and nonprofits.
He’s appeared in 20 stage productions, served as assistant director of a Latino theater company and studied comparative cultures. He dedicated several years to the public university, serving in various public information roles and developing expertise in diversity and inclusion.
Raúl spent more than two decades at a major corporation and three global agencies, developing and directing national public relations programs and marketing campaigns. He produced a Spanish-language radio talk program, served on the international judging board of the Peabody Awards, served in local government as a Los Angeles City Commissioner and on many nonprofit boards and committees, lectures at professional conferences and universities.
Raúl was a freelance consultant to an art museum, design college and newspaper publisher. He leads and assists nonprofit organizations supporting the LA Public Library and enjoys an advisory role to the University of Georgia.
The Fina Mendoza Mysteries is his first podcast.