National Association of Hispanic Federal Executives

Hispanics - One Voice, One Heart

MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT


“I am proud to represent the National Association of Hispanic Federal Executives (NAHFE) in helping to take concrete steps to assist Federal agencies in recruiting and hiring qualified Hispanics to meet the unique challenges of the 21st Century.

 

I am inspired by the dedication and professionalism of NAHFE members who help  meet the  goals of the organization and position NAHFE to help Hispanics advance in their career within Federal Government, and to prepare them for the challenges ahead.”

 

-Al Gallegos

 

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NAHFE

P.O. Box 23270
Washington, DC 20026
Tel (202) 315-3942 

email: president@nahfe.org 



























































WELCOME TO NAHFE

 

  • •   NAHFE was established in 1980 to advocate for the development and advancement of
  •      Hispanics to career senior level, policy-making positions in the federal government

 

  • •   Our goal is to energize, empower and inspire a new generation of Senior Executive Service
  •      (SES) professionals by creating an environment conducive to managing opportunities for
  •      the Hispanic community

 

Please remember to renew your 2015 Membership


We are currently planning our next Mentorship Program

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Upcoming Events --

2015 LEADERSHIP MENTORING PROGRAM 

 

NAHFE will continue it's leadership mentoring program. NAHFE members will be selected to participate and matched with Senior Executive Service mentors. Stayed tuned for the announcement of application dates and qualifications.

UPDATE FROM THE PRESIDENT
 
Dear Colleagues:
 

NAHFE continues to work with OPM Director, Katherine Archuleta and the OPM HCFE (Hispanic Council on Federal Employment) on issues related to increasing the number of Hispanic executives in the Federal government.

  

Director Archuleta, briefed NHLA and NAHFE about OPM's efforts for Latino inclusion and representation in the federal government and plans for this year. We provided her with our strategic advice and feedback.


She briefed us on the new "REDI" program which reflects OPM's commitment to the People and Culture pillar of the President's Managements Agenda and has been inspired by the Director's conversations with Federal Employees and stakeholders across the country.


Al Gallegos
National President,
National Association of Hispanic Federal Executives