Sanchez Ph.D. grew up around several barrios
in Los Angeles. At a young age he began to organize
his community for better living conditions. He has always
been at the forefront to direct or assist community
events for the progress and advancement of Mexican Americans
Foncerrada Sanchez became one of the most influential
leaders during the Mexican American Civil Rights Era.
He Started up groups like the Chicano Moratorium and
the B.B. National Organization. More recently, David
Sanchez earned his Ph.D. and taught Mexican American
Studies at several community colleges for over ten years.
He also served as Sr. Liaison for the Los Angeles County
Department of Health Services. He is the author of two
books titled "Expedition Through Aztlan" and
"Social Communication for Everyone".
Sanchez has completed extensive work in reducing crime
and violence in the Southwest and is always there when
the community aspires a need. Today, he is the President
and Developer for the Mexican American University.