Evelyn D'Agostino

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Artistic Director

Artistic Director

Carlos Chediak, a graduate of Miami Dade College Associates of Arts in Business administration, Certified in Zumba, Zumba Gold, Zumba Kids, and Strong Nation. Serves as Senior Program Specialist, Zumba, fitness and choreographer instructor for Luis S. Wolf JCC of Greater Rochester, CEO and Founder of Modern Watertown LLC, and Artistic Director Of Grupo Cultural Latinos en Rochester. 

Born in La Habana, Cuba, and raised in Cuenca, Spain with more than 16 years in the show business world. Ever since I was a child I had a passion for the Arts, music, and entertainment. My artistic career started as an artistic director and producer assistant in 2006 for Miami Globo Theater. Since 2018 Carlos has been an instructor for Zumba, Zumba Gold, Zumba Kids, and Strong Nation for the YMCA and JCC in northern NY and Rochester. Carlos of Latinx identity loves to help the community in preserving, protecting, promoting, and honoring Hispanic culture.

 Carlos is a proud husband and mentor to others. His new dedication to the organizations she serves has not only inspired his audience but has managed to help create an awareness of Latin American culture while integrating the culture and diversity of others.

Vice President

Vice President

Henry brings years of experience to our board. He is a kindergarten teacher in the Rochester City School District in the Dual Language program at James PB Duffy School 12.
Henry participates in a broad range of activist, artistic, and intellectual pursuits. He is a published author whose work is archived in the Hunter College Center for Puerto Rican Studies. He teaches and is involved at Writers and Books. He has written, collaborated, and been published in poetry

President

Pilar Osorio-Godoy

Pilar is a Chilean-American born in Michigan who grew up in Chile, where she completed her Bachelor’s Degree in Agricultural Sciences and Agronomy Engineering. She moved to Rochester in 2015 to complete her graduate studies at the University of Rochester where she received her Master of Science in Finance from Simon Business School. She also has a Global MBA from the Universidad de Chile. Pilar has 13 years of experience in Supply Chain and Planning and has worked in North and South America, with partners and customers all over the world, including North, Central, and South America, Europe, and Asia. 

Pilar has volunteered throughout the years with several organizations. She has been a volunteer with Gcler for about 2 years and has supported the organization and implementation of several events during this time. She has also volunteered with the Rochester Humane Society – Lollypop Farm, providing love and care for dogs, and Foodlink Foodbank in Rochester. She currently volunteers with the University of Rochester Alumni Association leading the Chile Alumni Network. Pilar also is a member of the DE&I Committee at the Rochester Women’s Network (non-profit). 

Pilar is a Voice-Over artist, a Dog-Lover, and enjoys crafts such as needle felting, reading, writing, and learning new skills. She is also a dancer and singer with the Mexican culture group “Alma de Mexico”. She is an avid world traveler and is always curious and eager to visit new places and learn about different cultures, food, and history.

Barranquilla – June 10th

Come join our Barranquilla show at The Theater Innovation Square & team from GCLER Latinx Project Celebrate Colombia’s most important event and the second largest carnival in the world with our special guests Montreal Award-winning Latin band Mangozound with Latin Colombian sabor. vallenato, cumbia, pop rock, folklore, salsa, 2023 Colombia […]