Francisco is a transformational, practitioner philosopher with solid formation and experience in education, theology, and journalism. Born and raised in Argentina, Francisco came to the United States, his adoptive country, more than two decades ago.
In February 1997, Francisco founded Project Vision 21, an independent, bilingual (English/Spanish) news and consulting service agency with main offices in Aurora, Colorado.
Francisco’s multidisciplinary, multilingual, and multicultural education and experience provides him with a solid foundation for conveying a complex message to a group different from the group that created the message. For that reason, RTD FasTracks, Colorado Department of Transportation, 9Health Fair, Hunger Free Colorado, Children’s Museum of Denver, City of Commerce City, City of Lakewood, and the Colorado Department of Health, and Aurora Community Connection, among others, currently use Project Vision 21’s services.
Francisco holds bachelor degrees in education and in theology (colleges in Argentina), a master in religious studies and a master in Biblical archaeology (Trinity Evangelical Christian University, TECU); a professorship in philosophy (bachelor, master, and teaching licensure, University of Buenos Aires), and a Doctor of Theology degree (TECU). He is currently working on a Doctor of Philosophy degree in Comparative Religions (University of Sedona). He also received a four-year post-graduate certificate in Hebrew (University of Buenos Aires), a certificate as language instructor (Adams State University), and a certificate on Ethics and Social Justice (Iliff School of Theology.)
Francisco is an ordained minister (since 1978), a professional translator (since 1984), a presenter of scholarly papers about philosophy and theology at regional and national conferences (since 1984), a college professor (since 1985), and a journalist (since 1988.)