Living Maya could not have been produced without the direct input
of nearly 100 Toledo Maya, including village elders and The Maya Leaders
of Southern Belize (now the Maya Leaders Alliance). The Maya opened
their homes, their lives, and gave of their time so that an accurate
accounting of their culture could be preserved.
Below, meet some of the Mayan leaders who assisted in the documentary's
Chairman, Toledo Cacao Growers Association, Diego Bol, Founding
Member, Toledo Maya Cultural Council, Pedro Che, Chairman,
Grain Growers Association, Pedro Kukul, Founding Member, Q'eqchi'
Council of Belize, Pio Coc, JP, Program Coordinator, Toledo
Maya Cultural Council, Bartolo Teul, Project Coordinator, Golden
Stream Corridor Preserve, and Q'eqchi' Council of Belize Executive
Board Member, Reyes Chun, Project Coordinator, Toledo Ecotourism
President, University of Belize, Pulcheria Teul, Founder, Toledo
Maya Women's Council, Santiago Coc, Caretaker, Lubaantun Ruins
and artist, Magdalena Cho, Social Activist, Widow of Julian
Cho, noted Toledo Mayan leader, Gregory Ch´oc, Chairperson,
Q'eqchi' Council of Belize, spokesperson, Mayan Leaders Alliance.