VICE PRESIDENT FOR HONDURAS, INTERNATIONAL UNION FOR LAND VALUE TAXATION- M.D.
After training as a medical doctor at the Universidade de Pernambuco in Brazil, Quisia returned to her native Honduras where she practiced medicine for three years until she moved to the US in 1989. She has worked extensively in the field of education, including adult basic education and literacy, as well as parenting and HIV counseling. In addition, she has been active in the Proyecto de los Trabajadores Latinoamericanos, advocating for fair wages and immigration reform.
Quisia taught at the Henry George School in New York for over 11 years and served on the school’s board for 5 years. Her personal experience in Latin America inspired her interest in Henry George and her commitment to Georgist principles. She is a fervent activist for economic justice and human rights.