Alfredo serves as a medical interpreter for Mercy Health Partners, providing language interpreting services for Spanish speaking patients. In addition, he is an adjunct instructor at Muskegon Community College, where he teaches the philosophy course, World Religions and Cultural Anthropology.
Alfredo earned a master’s degree in comparative religion from Western Michigan University. He has a bachelor’s degree in liberal studies from Grand Valley State University and an associate’s degree from Muskegon Community College. Originally from Panama, Alfredo is fluent in Spanish. He also speaks conversational Japanese. Alfredo and his wife have two sons and make their home in Muskegon.