Randy Jurado Ertll is a teacher, newspaper columnist, and an award winning author
Randy Jurado Ertll is a teacher, newspaper columnist, and an award winning published author.
He has worked on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., published numerous opinion columns in newspapers such as the Los Angeles Times, La Opinión, San Diego Union Tribune, the Houston Chronicle, Atlanta Journal Constitution, and has been interviewed by networks such as NPR, CNN, PBS, Univisión, and Telemundo. He is an alumnus of Occidental College and obtained his master’s degree from Azusa Pacific University.
He is proud to have received the 2015 Occidental College Alumni Seal Award for Service to the Community. He is a recipient of the Pasadena Human Relations Commission - Harry Sheldon Memorial Award. He is also an Award Winning Author.
He has published the following books: Hope in Times of Darkness: A Salvadoran American Experience, Esperanza en Tiempos de Oscuridad: La Experiencia de un Salvadoreno Americano, The Life of an Activist: In the Frontlines 24/7, and The Lives and Times of El Cipitio, La Vida Y Los Tiempos Del Cipitio, and his latest book In The Struggle: Chronicles.His books can be found via AMAZON, Barnes & Noble, APPLE iTunes, at various independent bookstores such as VROMAN'S in Pasadena, and you can also find them at certain COSTCO stores. To obtain more information, please visit his web site at WWW.RANDYJURADOERTLL.COM