"Unidos: Inclusivity for a Stronger Nation"
NCHEPM Vice Chair Javier Inclán was featured on FEDMANAGER, while NCHEPM Secretary Dr. Michelle Turner was featured on ATEC.
We are proud of the accomplishments of our board members.
NCHEPM Executive Board invites all members to use the attached nomination ballot to nominate yourselves or someone you know for our newly established Executive Board positions:
Ballots must be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5 p.m. ET, Friday, Nov 4. Late ballots will not be considered.
Members are encouraged to apply to lead one of our newly established subcommittees:
This Hispanic Heritage Month, FEDTalk recognized efforts to increase Hispanic representation in government and government efforts to elevate Hispanic American stories to the public. The “Celebrating Hispanic Heritage” episode features Jorge Zamanillo, inaugural Director of the Museum of the American Latino, and Javier Inclán, Vice Chair of the National Council of Hispanic Employment Program Managers.
NCHEPM, the nation’s
premiere authority on efforts to improve and accelerate Hispanic participation and representation in the
Federal government, announced today the release of its updated and newly ratified governance documents.
The 2022 Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSIs) List is now available. HSIs are defined by the Higher Education Act of 1992 as having 25 percent or more undergraduate Hispanic
student full-time equivalent (FTE) enrollment. In 2020-21, 559 HSIs, or 18 percent of all institutions of higher
education, enrolled 66 percent of all Latino undergraduates.
The 2022 Hispanic Heritage Month Observance Poster has been selected to accompany the 2022 Hispanic Heritage Month national theme: Unidos: Inclusivity for a Stronger Nation. The selected poster was submitted by Ms. Irene Matos Chan, Senior IT Manager in the Square Tech Computer Repair & Training Center for the Castle Square Tenants Organization.
The National Council of Hispanic Employment Program Managers (NCHEPM) is a body consisting of an executive membership from multiple Federal Agencies and other organizations from across the United States. Most of our members have been appointed as their agency’s designee responsible for building relationships between Federal agencies and the Hispanic community.
Each year, the NCHEPM membership selects the annual Hispanic Heritage Month theme, which is used nationwide by government agencies, non-profits and other organizations. Some of have been highlighted in Presidential Proclamations released by the White House. Want to become a part of history? Submit your theme now!
The National Council of Hispanic Employment Program Managers (NCHEPM) is an organization of Special Emphasis Program Managers (SEPM) and partners from private companies and federal agencies, which provides training opportunities for our members. We provide tools to help develop and sustain a Model EEO SEPM Program, promote Diversity & In
The National Council of Hispanic Employment Program Managers (NCHEPM) is an organization of Special Emphasis Program Managers (SEPM) and partners from private companies and federal agencies, which provides training opportunities for our members. We provide tools to help develop and sustain a Model EEO SEPM Program, promote Diversity & Inclusive, as well as, implement initiatives that yield higher retention of employees. We are a resourceful network and share best practices that bring results driven programs.