Pedro Cons is a thoughtful and visionary leader with expertise in strategy and organizational management. With his diverse leadership and academic experience, he specializes in developing strategic partnerships with the corporate, nonprofit, and government sectors to integrate service delivery and more effectively address the holistic needs of families to create sustainable, positive change.
He holds a bachelor’s degree in social work, a master’s degree in Professional Counseling, and advanced graduate studies in school guidance counseling and marriage, family, and child therapy. He is currently a doctoral candidate at Grand Canyon University in Organizational Leadership. He has also received training in community mobilization and facilitation methods and has participated in leadership development including the Kellogg Foundation Multicultural Leadership Institute and the Hispanic Leadership Institute.
Pedro was named CPLC’s Executive Vice President of Integrated Health in October of 2015 where he leads CPLC’s primary and behavioral healthcare initiatives as well as domestic violence and child abuse prevention services. Prior to this role, he served as the Vice President of Multi-Family Housing Operations from 2013-2015, where he oversaw the acquisition, development, and management of more than 2,800 housing units. Other previous roles at CPLC include Vice President of Corporate Strategic Initiatives, Vice President of Human Resources, and Vice President of Recovery and Resiliency.