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Ramon Enriquez

Director of Youth Services

Nambé Owingeh

Ramon Enriquez is an enrolled member of Nambé Pueblo of New Mexico, and has worked at UAII since 2003. Mr. Enriquez grew up in Los Angeles and served 8 years in the Marine Corps after high school. Following his enlistment, he attended the University of California Los Angeles where he majored in Political Science and American Indian Studies. Starting as a volunteer at UAII, he has worked in the UAII Behavior Health Department, the Robert Sundance Family Wellness Center, and was a part of the Community Health Worker Program. As UAII’s Director of Youth Services, he was overseen the American Indian Clubhouse and the Robert Sundance Summer Camp for a number of years.

Mr. Enriquez is a community advocate for several issues, including Veteran, Youth and Education issues. He served on the Los Angeles City/County Native American Indian Commission as a Mayoral appointee, currently serves on the Inter Tribal Sport Board of Directors, and Co-Chairs the American Indian Advisory Panel at Cerritos College. He also completed the inaugural Los Angeles Police Department Native American Leadership Community Academy. He has been recognized by the Boy Scouts of America, Girls Scouts of America, the Native American Veterans Association, and USA Olympic Archery for his leadership in the fields of Youth, Veteran and Sports Programming.


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