Artemio Guerra is the Managing Partner of the New York offices of HKM Employment Attorneys, and a member of Omega's Board of Directors. Before joining the firm, where he focuses on all aspects of employment law, he spent more than 10 years combating wage theft by representing workers in complex class and collective action litigation against some of the most powerful corporations in the US.

After graduating from law school, Artemio worked as the coordinating attorney of the Immigrant Worker Rights Project at Catholic Migration Services in Queens, where he represented low-wage workers in wage and hour litigation and managed a collaborative effort with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, and the US Department of Labor to educate workers about their rights.

Prior to his legal career, Artemio worked for more than 15 years as a community organizer and faith-based advocate, working with immigrants, elderly homeowners, and low-income tenants. For more than a decade, Artemio served on the Board of Directors of the Worker Justice Center of New York, a statewide organization that pursues justice for those denied human rights with a focus on agricultural and other low-wage industries. He also served on the boards of New York City’s Metropolitan Council on Housing and ABC No Rio, a center for arts and activism in New York’s Lower East Side.