Luis coordinates research projects at the national and international levels with a focus on statistical weighting and sampling methods.
He graduated with honors from the University of Pennsylvania with a B.A. in Economics, International Relations, and Hispanic Studies. Additionally, he is pursuing a Master of Arts in Survey Research at the University of Connecticut.
Luis is passionate for healthy lifestyles, exercise, nutrition, the enjoyment of nature and the sun, nourishing interpersonal relationships, treasuring empathy, and sharing good energies.
He is interested in and has presented research in the fields of Higher Education and Economic Development. Furthermore, he has, similarly, investigated on various subjects related to statistics and survey methods.
Before coming to the US, he lived in Quito, Ecuador, where he worked with the city mayor on public health and community development projects.
Luis has served on the Executive Council of the Pennsylvania/New Jersey chapter of the American Association for Public Opinion Research (PANJAAPOR) since 2015, including serving as President in 2019. As part of National AAPOR, he is currently sub-committee Chair of Affinity Groups for the Inclusion and Equity Committee (IEC), and Co-Chair of HISP-AAPOR.