Board of Directors

President – Antonia Martinez (Microsoft)

Antonia is a program manager at Microsoft and has been on the board for almost two years.  Hailing from the Toppenish, in the Yakima Valley, she’s lived in Seattle since 2001.  Graduating from the University of Washington, with a Bachelors, she always maintains connections to the community by her involvement with the Dream Project, and One America.  Currently, residing in the Mt. Baker neighborhood with her wife, Antonia is also a lifetime member of Gamma Alpha Omega, Sorority. 

Vice-President – André Olivie (Olivie Law)

Andre Olivie is the owner/attorney at the Law Office of André Olivie, PLLC.   He is also a member of the Q-Law LGBT Bar Association of Washington and South Asian Bar Association Washington.

Secretary – Chelan Crutcher (Crutcher-Herrejon Law Firm)

Chelan is the president/owner of Crutcher-Herrejon Law Group Inc., immigration attorney.  She also takes part in various organizations like WA State Bar Association, American Immigration Lawyers Association, National Immigration Project, Cool Immigration Lawyers and many more. She volunteers with Northwest Immigrant Rights Project, Kids In Need of Defense, One America-Citizenship Day, Immigrant Families Advocacy Project, SeaMar, City of Renton-Latino Community Planning Committee St. Louise Parish, Volunteer Advocates for Immigrant Justice, and Entre Hermanos Immigration Law Clinic.

Treasurer – Luis Ernesto Hernandez (Banner Bank)

Luis Ernesto was Born and raised in San Juan, PR. He graduated in 1995 Penn State, major in accounting and minor in business law. His passion for serving the community brought him to join the board of directors in 2013. He serves as a Residential Loan Officer at Banner Bank since February 2010. Luis, is very active with the Seattle King County REALTORS® (SKCR) Affiliate Council. Currently on the board of the SKCR First Citizens Scholarship Foundation. And the 2014 past Chair of the SKCR Affiliate Council.

Member – Heidi D. Montoya (Private practice psychologist)

Heidi D. Montoya was born in Cali, Colombia and raised in New York City. She has a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Williams College and a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the University of Washington. Heidi has a private practice where, she provides evidence-based treatment to a diverse patient population. She specializes in the assessment and treatment of mood and anxiety disorders, trauma (e.g. sexual, physical, and verbal abuse; torture), and life transitions related to immigration and other major life events. Her work is extensive with the immigrant population providing psychological evaluation to support immigration applications. Additionally, she also conducts forensic evaluations. She is a member of various organizations such as, the American Psychological Association, Anxiety and Depression Association of America, and International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies. She’s an active member of the community and volunteers across a variety of groups including Northwest Immigrant Rights Project and One America-Citizenship Day.

Member– Alma Garcia Santos (Lifelong)

Alma is the Lead Bilingual Medical Case Manager at Lifelong. She has been in the organization a little over 2 years. Alma is a 1st generation college graduate (BSW) (thanks to the Bill and Melinda Gates foundation,) and she is also a DACA recipient.

Member– Jose Vasquez (University of Washington)

Jose was born and raised in Zacatecas, Mexico. He immigrated to Missouri where he graduated from High school. He then attended the University of Missouri-KC where he earned his Bachelors of Art in Premedical Studies and an MA in Educational Administration with Higher Educational emphasis. For more than 10 years, he has worked in higher education institutions supporting student development. He has previously worked at the University of Illinois, Dartmouth College, and Seattle University. He is currently working as an academic advisor at the Foster School of Business at the University of Washington. Jose identifies as a cisgender, gay male and works towards diversity, inclusion and social justice. He is a member of the Entre Hermanos Board since 2016. 

Member– Uriel Salazar (Gentle Dental)

Uriel was born and raised in Mexico (State of Guanajuato) and got his Bachelor’s degree of sciences in Communications at the University of San Luis Potosi. He moved to United States 10 years ago, first stopping in Dallas and then moving to Seattle, Washington. Two of His passions are help the community and traveling around the world, this lead him to join the Entre Hermanos boards directors in 2015. While in Seattle, his best friend introduced him to his true passion. It is because of him that he decided to go back to school and become a Registered Dental Hygienist. Uriel Salazar is also a member of (ADA) American Dental Association

Member- Hector L. Urrunaga-Diaz (Bailey-Boushay House)

Hector is a bilingual Clinical Case Manager for Bailey-Boushay House. Originally from Lima, Peru, he holds a Diploma in Social Work and Social Management from the Pontifica Universidad Católica del Peru graduating in 2000. Now a U.S. citizen, he resides in Seattle with his husband and family members.