Daisy Stevens Rojas is a native of the U.S. She is a published anthropologist and education professional who has performed cultural studies across the U.S. and Central America with extensive work in minority communities related to business, finance and education. She has degrees in Latin American Studies, Anthropology and holds a master degree in higher education Administration from the University of Virginia. She also has studied at the University of Costa Rica, alongside Malinowski award winning anthropologist Maria Eugenia Bozzoli.
She has performed life-long research with civil rights educator James H. Bash and renowned cultural anthropologist Edith Turner, leading professor of entrepreneurship Greg Fairchild, and other government officials in both the U.S. and Costa Rica.

Geiner Rojas Acuna is a native of Costa Rica. Growing up in the Central Valley region he spent his early years working in agriculture experimenting with techniques in both sustainable farming and large scale agricultural production. His research includes best practices for cattle and domestic animal agronomy, management of staple crop through drought, pest and environmental preservation.
He has focused extensively on water conservation and alternative energy. He also worked closely with Cost Rican education contractors to build free schools for under served children in indigenous zones located far from urban areas. He has continued to maintain a sustainable farming operation located in Villa Hermosa, Costa Rica.
In the U.S. his endeavors have achieved notice from government officials for his entrepreneurship and business success with a multi-state contracting firm. His projects have included government facilities and historic preservation of national landmarks.