The National Council of Hispanic Employment Program Managers (NCHEPM) is a body consisting of an executive board and membership from multiple federal agencies and other organizations 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 or other minority communities.
Our mission is to:
Promote public service as a professional career within the Hispanic community.
Network and share information on resources and best practices regarding results-oriented programs successful in overcoming the under-utilization of Hispanic Americans in the Federal Government workforce.
Create and administer public and private partnerships that result in an increase of Hispanics in the Federal government.
Serve as a principle advisory body to senior officials on Hispanic employment issues.
Assist Special Emphasis Program Managers in every aspect of their job and programs.
It takes a team of dedicated volunteers to make sure our Council is reaching out to as many agencies, organizations and communities as possible. We are fortunate to have some of the best federal employees dedicating their time, energy and expertise to our mission.
Howard Caro-Lopez, DOT
Amneris Caba, NOAA
Charmaine Johnson (McDaniel), Treasury
Brandy Perez, Treasury
Michelle Pacheco-Turner, USDA
Director of Federal Relations
Damishia King, IMLS
Director of Outreach & Partnerships
Jimmy Ortiz, USPS
Director of Training & Professional Development
Yvette Delgado, NTSB
Director of Social Media & Communications
Ana Pena, FAA
Virginia Andreu-Rosario, EEOC
Heidi Ortiz, DOL
Isabel Kaufman, DOJ