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The National Association of Hispanic Federal Executives (NAHFE) was established in 1980 as a private nonprofit and nonpartisan executive leadership association aiding the Federal Government in recruiting and developing highly qualified Hispanic leaders for public service. NAHFE grew out of a need to promote Federal public service within the Hispanic community and to provide executive leadership career development training. NAHFE’s mission is to identify, cultivate, and prepare Hispanics for advancement into the Senior Executive Service (SES) ranks. NAHFE centers its efforts on senior leadership positions ranging from GS 12 through SES. 

NAHFE is continually fostering relationships with different government agencies in an effort to provide unique career development programs and mentorship opportunities for its members. These opportunities are aimed at energizing, empowering, and inspiring a new generation of Hispanic Senior Executives. NAHFE currently has members from approximately 30 different agencies and is a member of the Office of Personal Management (OPM) Hispanic Council on Federal Employment and the National Hispanic Leadership Agenda.

For more information regarding NAHFE and membership opportunities, visit (www.NAHFE.org) or e-mail president@nahfe.org.

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