Luis Enrique “Kique” Bazan is a longtime advocate for justice with years of experience working with human rights and advocacy organizations. Originally from Lima, Peru, Kique earned a bachelor’s degree in education from the Pontifical Catholic University in Lima, a master’s in theology and religious studies and a doctorate in organization and leadership from USF. Before coming to USF, Kique worked as street educator to promote and protect the rights of street children. Kique is a contributor to the book, Religion at the Corner of Bliss and Nirvana: Politics, Identity, and Faith in New Migrant Communities (Duke, 2009). At USF, Kique is responsible for the Arrupe Immersion Program, community action programs, and the Arrupe Justice Immersions though the Center for Global Education.

In Progress - Doctorate in Knowledge and Culture in Latin America, Instituto Pensamiento y Cultura en América Latina
Ed.D. Organization and Leadership, University of San Francisco
M.A. Theology and Religious Studies, University of San Francisco
BA in Education, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Peru
Latin American Identity
Grassroots Community Organizing
Street Children