PAST AND PRESENT PROFESSIONAL ASSIGNMENTS
Mil Gustos Hospitality Group – I presently work as a human resources/operations administrator for a hospitality group that owns and operates three restaurants in Park Slope, Brooklyn and one in South Orange, New Jersey.
Bogota Latin Bistro & Mojito Bar – I was a communication consultant for Brooklyn’s best Colombian/Pan-Latin restaurant in Park Slope.
LaGuardia Community College – I was a contract marketing communications manager for this urban community college in the borough of Queens, one of the most diverse communities in New York City and the world.
Miti Miti – This NYC location in Park Slope is the second business venture from the owners that brought you Bogota Latin Bistro. I helped promote the bar/restaurant and launched the company’s first website.
ModernDowntownDwellings.com – I helped create this blog about “taking the small space to the infinite dimension.” If you are looking for ways to make the most out of small spaces be sure to visit ModernDowntownDwellings.com.
Delphic of Gamma Sigma Tau Fraternity – I am the EVP and historian of the multicultural organization, managing the written content of its website and Wikipedia page and widely publicize the fraternity online. If you know an undergraduate student that might be interested in forming a multicultural fraternity on his campus, please pass long the DGST link.
Velez’s View – This is my personal blog with general thoughts and experiences about life with a focus on Latino/Puerto Rico culture and social media.
Fraternity Communication – I also run a fraternity blog that promotes positive images of fraternities and sororities.
Delphic Fraternity History Homepage – As the historian of the fraternity, I created this site to highlight several years of personal research on the origins and historical development of The Delphic Fraternity, Inc. (d/b/a Delphic of Gamma Sigma Tau Fraternity.)
Portu Ricans – I created a website that highlights Puerto Ricans with Portuguese ancestry.
Puerto RiKin – I was recently bitten by the genealogy bug and decided to create a blog about my Puerto Rican kin.