UPRAA Board Member Richard Negrón has been selected for HITEC’s Emerging Executive Program

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Richard Negrón was selected by HITEC (Hispanic IT Executive Council) to be part of their Emerging Executive Program. Richard was nominated because of his outstanding performance and leadership at Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC). Mr Negrón will have an assigned IT executive coach for 9 months and will graduate at the Q4 HITEC Summit in Silicone Valley this year. HITEC is premiere global executive leadership organization for senior IT executives and is focused on building stronger technology and executive leaders, leadership teams, corporations, and role models in a rapidly changing, flatter, and information technology centric world. The Emerging Executive Program (EEP) develops emerging Hispanic IT leaders with the highest potential and desire to become the next generation of Hispanic IT Executive leaders. We congratulate Richard in his challenge!

About Richard Negrón

Richard Negrón is the Principal Cloud Sales Executive for Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC). He educates and consults with global companies around Cloud adoption and the journey to the Digital enterprise. His territory includes the Mid-Atlantic all through-out South America. Richard is also the HITEC Champion for CSC, an advisor to CSC Human Resources for Puerto Rico talent development, and Co-Chair of the Employee Resource Group: Mosaic (Hispanics, African American, and Pacific Islanders). Richard holds a Bachelor in Business Administration with a major in Finance from the University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez Campus, a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from Old Dominion University, and a Masters of Management Information System from the University of Phoenix. He also holds certifications in PMP, ITIL, and Lean Six Sigma. Richard joined our Board of Directors on January, 2016 with the purpose of wanting to make a difference in the lives of our students on the Island as well as advancing the goals of our community.

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