Jimenez also serves on the Commerce Department‘s National Advisory Council on Minority Business Enterprise, the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, the U.S. – Mexico Chamber of Commerce and the Latino Donor Collaborative.
“It is an honor to be appointed and I look forward to being a part of the HJHP as it carries out its mission to address issues related to the U.S. Latino community’s political, social and economic development,” Jimenez said.
Jimenez founded MicroTech in 2004 and the company says it supports over 100 prime contracts with U.S. civilian and defense agencies.
The journal is published by Harvard’s John F. Kennedy School of Government and is an annual graduate student-run review that publishes interdisciplinary works on politics and policy-making as these topics affect the U.S. Hispanic community, according to the university.
Other new appointees to the Harvard journal’s board include Alejandra Campoverdi, senior adviser for news innovation and communications strategy at Univision Networks, Grace Flores-Hughes, a former director and assistant attorney general for the Justice Department‘s community relations office, and Alma Guajardo-Crossly, director of diversity initiatives at General Motors.