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​Pedro Javier Sosa y Sosa was a pioneer of the Adventist work in the part of Guatemala that first received the Adventist message.

​Rolando Enrique Peinado Hernández was an Adventist mathematician and educator from Colombia.

George Edward Peters was one of the leading pioneering evangelists, urban pastors, and church administrators between 1908 and 1953, serving the predominantly African American believers. Elder Peters was the first Caribbean born Adventist leader to serve his church at its headquarters serving as the director of the Negro (Colored/Regional) department between 1941 and 1953.

​Portuguese Venezuela Mission covers the entirety of Portuguesa State, one of the 23 states that, together with the Capital District and the Federal Dependencies, form the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela.

Clarence L. Powers was the sixth and last American-born president of the Inter-American Division of Seventh-day Adventists and he held that position between 1962 and 1970. Powers was also the religious liberty secretary for the division, one of the most challenging positions in the division at the time. His next assignment was as president of the Euro-African Division from 1970 to 1975, and he served as a vice-president of the General Conference for 13 years.

​Primary Adventist Academy (Academia Primaria Adventista del Este) is an elementary school operated by the East Puerto Rico Conference in Villa Prades, Río Piedras, Puerto Rico.

The Puerto Rican Union Conference was established in 1965 when the Antillian Union was divided.

Radio Lira, a non-profit organization in Costa Rica, offers its audience varied spiritual programming that includes blocks of music and messages by dynamic speakers.

​Regiomontana Mission is part of the North Mexican Union, one of 24 unions that comprise the Inter-American Division of Seventh-day Adventists.

Grant Alonzo Roberts was a pioneering missionary, evangelist, pastor, church administrator, and the second president of the Inter-American Division of Seventh-day Adventists from 1936 to 1941.

​Mario Robinson Kemble was a renowned musician, pastor and church administrator in Colombia, Venezuela, and the United States.

Arthur Harry Roth was the fifth president of the Inter-American Division (1954-1962).

Sonora Mexican Conference (formerly Northwest Mexican Conference) is part of North Mexican Union Conference in the Inter-American Division of Seventh-day Adventists.

​The South Andean Mission is located in the south-eastern part of Colombia. The mission is part of the Southern Colombian Union Conference of the Inter-American Division.

​The territory of the South Atlantic Nicaragua Mission is composed of the departments of Boaco, Chontales, Rio San Juan de Nicaragua and the Autonomous Region of the South Caribbean Coast.

​The South Bogota Conference is part of the territory of the Inter-American Division.

South Caribbean Conference is part of Caribbean Union Conference in the Inter-America Division of Seventh-day Adventists.

The South Central American Union Mission is located in Urbanization Montenegro Stage 3 of the central district of Alajuela, Costa Rica, and it currently has 528 churches, 300 groups or companies, a membership in May 2019 of 121,440 members, and 122 pastors attending 114 districts in Costa Rica and Nicaragua.

South Central Venezuela Conference is part of the Interamerican Division of the Seventh-day Adventists.

The South Chiapas Conference is situated in the Soconusco region of Mexico with its headquarters in Huixtla, Chiapas. It includes the following municipalities in Chiapas: Acacoyagua, Acapetahua, Amatenango de la Frontera, Bejucal de Ocampo, Bella Vista, Chicomuselo, El Porvenir, Escuintla, Frontera Comalapa, Huixtla, La Grandeza, Mapastepec, Mazapa de Madero, Motozintla, Pijijiapan, Siltepec, and Villa Comaltitlán.