Archbishop Tito Zalava is the former presiding bishop of the Anglican Church of South America (Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay), elected in November 2010. He is currently the vice-primate serving alongside the newly elected Archbishop Gregory Venables.
A native of Chile, Archbishop Tito was the Province’s first primate of South-American descent. He is a member of the Fellowship of Confessing Anglicans and sits on the GAFCON primates council. He received a D.Min from Trinity Episcopal School for Ministry in Pittsburgh.