Julio Galindo

Julio Galindo

Julio has moved back to San Diego after an almost two decade absence to become the new Chief Administrative Officer of Cristo Rey San Diego High School. He has a wonderful wife and has two great grown sons. He graduated from Alleman Catholic H.S. in Rock Island, IL. His undergraduate degree is from the University of Illinois (Urbana-Champaign) and his graduate degree is from the City University of New York (Baruch College). For the last 28 years he has worked in government (in a public elementary school & the U.S. Congress), for non-profits (Proteus Migrant Services, Chicano Federation of S.D. Co., as the Founding Executive Director of the Barrio Logan College Institute, & at the Indianapolis Foundation), and most recently has been in the business world (Wells Fargo Advisors & Allstate Financial Services). He has volunteered in the community from the time he was in high school & college, serving in various student leadership capacities, and more recently as a fundraising volunteer at the Saint Michael Indian School in the Navajo Nation in AZ (founded by St. Katherine Drexel in 1902), as a student recruiter for The Catholic University of America’s new Tucson campus, and as a board member of the University of Illinois Latina/Latino Alumni Association. He is working on his first book titled: “Save, Serve, or Sell: A Guide to a MORE Fully Articulated Life.”

Julio Galindo

Chief Administrative Officer