Zeus Rodriguez is president of Education Matters - Latino, specializing in education reform, school administration, non-profit management, institutional-advancement, Latino community development and political advocacy.
Zeus previously served as the president of St. Anthony School in Milwaukee, the largest K-12 Catholic school in the nation. Under his leadership, St. Anthony School expanded to include a full high school, early childhood education, onsite health care services, increased test scores, as well as other additional programs and improvements.
He is passionate about serving the Hispanic community, especially by expanding educational options for underprivileged children. Zeus founded Hispanics for School Choice in 2009 to inform and represent Hispanic families on the issues of educational choice. In addition to his work in education, he also served as the Milwaukee chapter president of the Catholic Association of Latino Leaders. Zeus is involved in politics at the local, state, national, and international levels, focusing on school choice, immigration, as well as other issues that affect the Hispanic community. He is a Catholic convert, a Navy veteran and former Cardio-Thoracic Surgical First Assistant.
Zeus and his wife Dr. Dana Rodriguez founded Padre Pio Clinic, Wisconsin's first independent faith/school-based health care center, to provide care for the community's most underserved. Dr. Rodriguez served as the director of the clinic which is located at St. Anthony School. They have two children, Benjamin Jesus and Eva Meredith. The Rodriguez family reside is Zeus's hometown of Phoenix, Arizona.
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