Third Reality Revealed: Vision, Persistence, and Inventing a New Latino Identity by Third Reality Publications

Ernesto Nieto has been the chief architect and driving force behind the National Hispanic Institute, the internationally recognized producer of next-generation Latino leaders. In this must-read for those invested in Latino community leadership, Nieto outlines the personal transformation necessary in crafting and pursuing visions for the future.

Ernesto Nieto has been the chief architect and driving force behind the National Hispanic Institute, the internationally recognized producer of next-generation Latino leaders. In this must-read for those invested in Latino community leadership, Nieto outlines the personal transformation necessary in crafting and pursuing visions for the future. By drawing for his childhood lessons in Houston's DeZavala Park, reflecting upon his times with Tejano Millionaires, and looking forward to the changing dynamics of the Latino community, Ernesto challenges the reader to look within for the agents of change.

Originally from Houston, Texas, Ernesto Nieto is a Distinguished Alumnus of Southwestern University and was recently named to its Board of Trustees. He has been recognized by the National Association of College Admissions Counselors, National Education Association, and was awarded Honorary doctoral degrees from Austin College (Sherman, TX) and Texas Wesleyan University (Ft. Worth, TX). He currently lives in Kyle, Texas in the Central Texas hill country and is President of the National Hispanic Institute.

The National Hispanic Institute (NHI) is an educational, not-for-profit organization dedicated to serving future leadership needs of the global Latino community. Founded in 1979, the NHI has become the largest Latino youth organization in the United States and claims a growing international presence with over 85,000 alumni worldwide. NHI engages a prestigious consortium of U.S. colleges and universities, conducting programs in the U.S., Argentina, Mexico, Panama, Puerto Rico, and Spain. Learn more about the work of NHI at http://www.nhi-net.org.

About Third Reality Publications

Ernesto Nieto is the President and Founder of the National Hispanic Institute. Established in 1979, NHI's mission is to engage Latino youth with learning experiences that further their intellectual development, prepared them for college, and guided them to value and appreciate the importance of becoming engaged citizens in community life.

He grew up in Houston's Magnolia and Northside communities. Ernesto grew up in a civic-minded family where parents were recreation directors at DeZavala Park, Hennessy Park and Selena Park in Denver Harbor.

He graduated from Jeff Davis High School and was recruited to play basketball at the University of Houston. He transferred and graduated from Southwestern University in Georgetown, Texas and was leading scorer in conference play two years in a row.

His honors include Distinguished Alumnus from Jeff Davis High School, Distinguished Alumnus from Southwestern University, Honorary doctoral degrees from Texas Wesleyan University, Ft. Worth, and Austin College, Sherman, Texas

Ernesto served on the board of trustees at DePaul University in Chicago and is a trustee at Southwestern University, Georgetown, Texas.

He is the author of “Third Reality: Crafting a 21st Century Latino Agenda” and “Third Reality Revealed.”

Ernesto Nieto's work is both national and international taking him to countries that include Panama, Mexico, Argentina, and the Dominican Republic.

Ernesto Nieto received the Campana Award by the Mexican American School Board Association in 2011. In the summer of 2013, Ernesto will receive a national honor from the National Education Association.

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