His Eminence Dr. Archbishop MelchideckHis Eminence, Metropolitan Melchizdeck Archbishop of Holy Archdiocese of North America and Abroad was born in 1979, in Palestine. He graduated from Jonathan Law High School in 1997 in 2001, he received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Theology from University of North Dame, South bend, IN. He received his Master degree in CP in 2007 and his Doctorate Degree in CP from America University in 2008. He is the President and CEO of the United Airline Flight 93 National Memorial Crew Monument and Chapel. He received the Highest of Medal of Honor by the President of Nigeria for his hard work and serving as the Archbishop to Nigeria. He was awarded by President Obama for making the Unborn Baby 41 hero of Laura who both died on September 11, 2001. He serves on the UN as Ambassador for Humanitarian Right to Europe. He is the Author of 14 books, On June 17, 2020, Metropolitan Melchizdeck was honored by St. James Orthodox Theological Seminary with the bestowal of a Doctor of Divinity degree, honoris causa.
Luz Maria Utrera was born and raised in Argentina. She trained at the Lee Strasberg Institute, and has been featured on film and TV projects both in Argentina and the U.S. In addition to speaking fluent Spanish and English, Luz speaks basic Chinese and has knowledge of French and Italian. She is currently a New York based actress, model, and a proud US citizen. Luz Maria’s passion for acting started early in life. In high school she was given the option to take a computer class or a theater class - naturally, she chose theater. Luz started modeling as a kid, as her mother owned a children's clothing store. At seventeen, she starred in her first car commercial and won the Beauty Queen title at Miss Modelo pageant in her city of Santiago del Estero. Later that year Luz Maria moved to Buenos Aires where she obtained her law degree. While in law school, she continued modeling. It had to be kept secret from her conservative family of lawyers, who didn't particularly want her in a creative field. Upon completing her law degree, she decided to move to Los Angeles to follow her dream of acting. In 2009 Luz was selected a judge for "Cinema City International Film Festival". While following her dreams and studying acting at the Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institute, she became a victim of domestic violence. This experience changed her life and started a new professional chapter for Luz. As a way to cope with her trauma, she volunteered with a number of nonprofit organizations that address domestic violence issues. Luz's desire to make an impact goes way beyond the creative arts. In 2012 her foundation "Fundación Luz María" was launched in Argentina in order to help women who have experienced domestic violence.