Sebastian Lantos.

        University of Buenos Aires, Argentina
        Economics, Business Administration

        University Center at Tulsa - Tulsa
        B.A. in Sociology (Summa Cum Laude)

        Oklahoma State University, Stillwater
Master of Science Degree Occupational And Adult Education, Human Resource Development, GPA 3.27
The School of Vocational Training and Continuing Education of OSU was considered among the best ten in the
        United States y US News and World Report (1998).

Community Involvement:

        2006 - Present  
        Board Member "first" Oklahoma State Board of  Courtroom Certified Interpreters
        Appointed by Chief Justice Joseph M. Watt

        2006 - Present        
        Board Member “Governor’s Hispanic and Latin American Affairs Council” of  Oklahoma

        Appointed by Governor Brad Henry

        Board Member Greater Tulsa Hispanic Affairs Commission, City of  Tulsa, Oklahoma
       Appointed by Mayor Kathy Taylor

        2003-Present: Council member
Governor’s Council on Latin-American and Hispanic Affairs, State of  Oklahoma

        1999-Present: Writer/Columnist for Spanish Newspapers in the Tulsa region.

        1999-2003 Host of Spanish radio Program “Su Opinion”
Saturdays 9-10 A.M. 1530 KXTD, “La Más Buena”.

        1998-2004 Present: Metropolitan Tulsa Transit Authority
Trustee, Mayor's Susan Savage appointment

        1997-Present: Hispanic American Foundation
Trustee, former Executive Director (1999-2000)

        1996-2006 Present: Coalition of Hispanic Organizations
(COHO) - Tulsa, OK, Co-Founder, Vice President, Past-President

        1996-Present: Tulsa Community College, Spanish Instructor
Courses include Communication, Spanish Arts, Spanish Culture, and Basic Spanish for Law Enforcement

        1992-1996: Tulsa International Alliance, Tulsa
Former elected Vice-President

        1992-1998: Catholic Charities, Migration & Refugee Services
Volunteer (Tulsa, OK), Immigration Counseling, Director Hispanic Center

        1998-2000: Greater Tulsa Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
Charter member, member of the Steering Committee and first Board of Directors


        1998: "Award of the Americas"
By the Hispanic-American Foundation, Tulsa