Wrong Enrique Gonzalez?

Last Updated 4/17/2016

General Information

Employment History

SPA

Great Minds In STEM (GMiS)  - HENAAC Inc

Senior Intelligence Recruiter  - VALOROUS Inc

Senior Intelligence Recruiter  - C2 Essentials Inc

Chief, Diversity Programs, Recruitment and Retention Programs  - Central Intelligence Agency

Education

B.S.  - Computer Science , American University

Masters  - Management Technology , American University

Affiliations

Membership  - MAES Chapter

Senior Advisor  - Talent Acquisition

Web References  

EACE Professional Development Events

ENRIQUE GONZALEZ, Hiring Official, Central Intelligence AgencyMr. Gonzalez has been a Federal employee for 30 years serving with the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) since 1983.He began his career with the CIA as a computer programmer.In 1985, He commenced a one-year rotational assignment as the Hispanic Employee Program Manager with the Office of Equal Employment opportunity.From 1986 to 1990, he was assigned to the Dallas Recruitment Center as regional Agency recruiter.His responsibilities with the Dallas office were further expended in 1990 to encompass a five-state area.He served as Secretary for the Southwest Placement Association (1992).Upon his return to Washington, D.C., in 1993 he was appointed as Chief of the office of Worker's Compensation division.In February 1996, Mr. Gonzalez was designated Chief, Professional Services Hiring Division, Recruitment Center.Mr. Gonzalez has been involved with the Hispanic Advisory Council (HAC) for the Central Intelligence Agency since its inception in 1991.His peers voted him the HAC president 1994 and 1995.Presently, he is the chairperson for the Industry Advisory Council for the Mexican-American Engineers and Scientists (MAES), a government advisor and judge for the Hispanic Engineer National Achievement Awards and Conference (HENAAC), and Advisor to the National Hispanic Business Student Association (NHBSA).Mr. Gonzalez attended American University, receiving a B.S. in Computer Science and a Masters in Computer Systems Applications.

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EACE Committees

ENRIQUE GONZALEZ, Hiring Official, Central Intelligence AgencyMr. Gonzalez has been a Federal employee for 30 years serving with the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) since 1983.He began his career with the CIA as a computer programmer.In 1985, He commenced a one-year rotational assignment as the Hispanic Employee Program Manager with the Office of Equal Employment opportunity.From 1986 to 1990, he was assigned to the Dallas Recruitment Center as regional Agency recruiter.His responsibilities with the Dallas office were further expended in 1990 to encompass a five-state area.He served as Secretary for the Southwest Placement Association (1992).Upon his return to Washington, D.C., in 1993 he was appointed as Chief of the office of Worker's Compensation division.In February 1996, Mr. Gonzalez was designated Chief, Professional Services Hiring Division, Recruitment Center.Mr. Gonzalez has been involved with the Hispanic Advisory Council (HAC) for the Central Intelligence Agency since its inception in 1991.His peers voted him the HAC president 1994 and 1995.Presently, he is the chairperson for the Industry Advisory Council for the Mexican-American Engineers and Scientists (MAES), a government advisor and judge for the Hispanic Engineer National Achievement Awards and Conference (HENAAC), and Advisor to the National Hispanic Business Student Association (NHBSA).Mr. Gonzalez attended American University, receiving a B.S. in Computer Science and a Masters in Computer Systems Applications.

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http://www.valorous.com/About_Us.html

Enrique Gonzalez joined Valorous as its Director of Talent Acquisition after concluding 40 years of service to the Federal Government-34 years of which were with the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA).
Enrique served in a wide variety of roles in the government, including as a communications officer, computer programmer, Hispanic Employee Program Manager with the Office of Equal Employment Opportunity, and Chief of Worker's Compensation. Enrique has over 23 years of professional recruiting experience and a high level of expertise in diversity hiring practices. He specializes in hiring high quality applicants from diverse backgrounds and a wide range of academic qualifications and skills sets. Enrique has served on several boards, such as the Industry Advisory Council for the Mexican-American Engineers and Scientists (MAES), the Hispanic Engineer National Achievement Awards and Conference (HENAAC), the Industry Partnership Council to the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE), and the National Hispanic Business Association (NHBA). Enrique has won numerous awards, including Hispanic Magazine's AVANZANDO AWARD for service as an outstanding Hispanic federal employee and the Career Commendation Medal from the CIA. Enrique was born in El Paso, Texas and attended American University, receiving a B.S. in Computer Science and a Masters in Management Technology. He lives in Leesburg, VA, with his wife, Maria. He has three daughters (Christine, Lisa, and Alicia) and two grandchildren (Elayna and Ethan).

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