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Comment by Rick Gonzalez, PMP & ITILv3 Expe on April 13, 2009 at 9:38am
As Rafael said before me, it is both an honor and a priviledge to become the 51st member of the Washington Chapter. I am Puertorican by way of Cleveland/Lorain, Ohio. Would like to reach out and determine how and when we can organize an event that would bring together those of us in the Washington Area for a networking event to include figuring out how we can provide something back to the local community. We can provide a professional perspective in helping the advancement of hispanic communities especially in improving the high school graduation rates of hispanics in this area. If interested contact me directly at rick.gonzalez9@gmail.com
Comment by Rafael E. Matos, Ph.D. on March 28, 2009 at 5:52am
Hola mi gente en Washington! I am very proud to be the 50th member of the Washington Chapter!
I am a native Puertorican who currently works as the Manager of Fleet Support Analysis for WBB Consulting, Inc. Operations Analysis Sector. WBB is a management ans technical services firm in Reston VIrginia, serving hte greater Washington DC area with presence in 8 other locations throughout the country. My areas of expertise expand among Modeling and Simulation, Decision Support facilitation, Operations Analysis Instruction, statistical analysis, probability distributions, metrics development and numerical analysis.
For 20 plus years I had the priviledge to serve as a Naval Officer in the US Navy as a career Surface Warfare Officer and Operations Research Analyst with shipboard assignments that ranged from frigates to aircraft carriers and an overseas tour to Japan. Five years of experience in the Pentagon as Operations Research Analyst managing and developing the most challenging analytic agendas. I finished my career sharing my knowledge by teaching as an assistant professor and Master Instructor of Mathematics at the US Naval Academy.

Good to be here with all of you. Hope to be of your assistance some time.

Rafael
Comment by Dr. Maribel M. Rivera on January 23, 2009 at 5:54pm
Hi everyone! Feliz Ano Nuevo. I live in Newark, DE and work in Philadelphia. Thank you. Maribel
Comment by Hugo J. Lembert on January 11, 2009 at 1:18pm
Hello everyone,

My name is Hugo J. Lembert from Reston, Virginia, a DC suburb located 18 miles NW of the District. I am originally from New York City and moved to Reston about 7 years. Both my parents migrated from the Dominican Republic in the late 40's and established themselves in NY. I was sent to middle and secondary school to Santo Domingo before coming back to the US. I am bilingual and bicultural and have devoted most of my career to the media industry with focus on product, business development, sales and marketing.

My interests include Film, Reading, History, World Social and Political developments and Music. Current projects very much invlove working with the Hispanic population sector, as I am eager to contribute to our advancement within mainstream media, politics and business. I am interested in meeting like-mined professionals to exchange notes and build meaningful freindships that would benefit us all.
Comment by JP Godoy on January 9, 2009 at 10:52am
Hello Ricardo and DC group!
My name is JP Godoy and my wife and I recently moved to NOVA from Greenville, SC. Prior to that we lived in Boston for 7 years.
I am originally from Puerto Rico and my backgound is in Journalism, food industry, staffing and Banking. Pretty diverse and random background, I know but feel that all fields have given me the ability to connect and relate with people of all backgrounds.'
I'm looking to connect with Hispanic professionals and hope to foster a mutual relationship that can help us, the ever growing Hispanic community, continue to make a positive impact in the US.
On my spare time, I am very active and passionate about politics. I worked on Obama;s campaign for over a year as a volunteer and am very happy the direction our country is taking. I enjoy reading, outdoor activities and spending quality time with my wife, family and great friends. I enjoy all foods as long as it is international. But truly miss eating alcapurias, pasteles and arroz con gandules!
I am very exicted and happy to have moved to this area. I look forward to spending time with all of you in the near fure. Thanks and feliz ano nuevo!

JP
Comment by Claudia on January 8, 2009 at 7:11pm
Hello Washington,

How's the city handling Obama's inauguration?

It's an exciting time.
Comment by U.S. Department of State on January 8, 2009 at 10:33am
Careers in Foreign Affairs Diversity Networking Event
For Mid-Career Professionals


Time and Place Date: Thursday, January 29, 2009
Time: 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Location: U.S. Department of State
Street: 2201 C Street NW
Contact Info Email: doscareers@state.gov

Join us at the U.S. Department of State's Careers in the Foreign Service Diversity Networking Night for Experienced Professionals on Thursday, January 29.

From 6:30pm-8:30pm, you will have the opportunity to meet U.S. diplomats, entry-level professionals and interns who will share their experiences about life and work with the U.S. Department of State in Washington, D.C. and abroad. Network with your peers while learning about careers in the Foreign Service.

You'll discover how your current experience, knowledge and skills can transition into one of the most unique careers in the world.

Please visit mpnsite.com/rsvp.asp by Thursday, January 15, 2009 to register. Seating is limited and RSVPs are required.

For further information about careers with the U.S. Department of State, visit careers.state.gov.

We hope you will join us at this event and learn more about how you can contribute to our efforts and represent America to the world.
Comment by Enrique on January 8, 2009 at 6:44am
Hello Washington,
Glad to join this networking site!!
Feliz año Nuevo!!
Comment by JP Godoy on January 8, 2009 at 5:42am
Hola Washington! Great networking site! Happy to be here! Saludos!
Comment by Lakshmi Singh on January 5, 2009 at 9:21pm
Mr. Villalba, thank you for the kind introduction. I'm thrilled I've been able to connect with this group. I'm looking forward to some very good discussions!
Also, I wish everyone a happy and safe 2009.
 

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