Zeus Rodriguez has 10 years of experience in education reform, school administration, nonprofit management, institutional-advancement, Latino community development and political advocacy. The relationships he has with government officials, legislators and the business community in Wisconsin, Arizona, across the country and at the federal level in Washington, D.C. are extensive.
Zeus previously served as the president of St. Anthony School in Milwaukee (the largest K-12 Catholic school in the nation). In addition to his work in education, he also served as the Milwaukee chapter president of the Catholic Association of Latino Leaders, as well as other community boards on behalf of the mayor and county executive of Milwaukee. Zeus is a political contributor for The Hill newspaper and has been featured in local, national, and international publications and television. He is passionate about serving the Latino community focusing on education reform and economic inclusion. He is a Navy veteran and former Cardio-Thoracic Surgical First Assistant.
Zeus currently serves on multiple AZ boards including: Arizona Chamber Foundation, First Things First-East Maricopa Regional Council, and the Community Advisory Board for the Valley Metro Gilbert Road extension.
Zeus and his wife Dana Rodriguez CPNP, PhD founded Padre Pio Clinic in 2011, Wisconsin’s first independent faith/school-based health care center, to provide care for the community’s most underserved. Dr. Rodriguez served as the director of the clinic which was located at St. Anthony School, and now practices as a community health nurse practitioner in the town of Maricopa. They have two children, Benjamin and Eva. The Rodriguez family reside in Zeus’s hometown of Phoenix/Chandler, Arizona.
* Mr. Rodriguez is not admitted to practice law or provide legal advice or services.