Archbishop Tito Zavala is the Bishop of Chile and 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.