Hector D Mujica
Social Impact PM in Mountain View, California
tl;dr Social impact and Hispanic outreach intrapreneur at Google | tech4good advocate | humanitarian and environmentalist wannabe | FIU/Cal Alum | outdoors enthusiast | traveler |
Hector Mujica is a South Florida native, growing up in the suburbs of Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. He graduated with his Bachelor of Business Administration from Florida International University (Honors College) in 2011, with a concentration in International Business and a minor in International Relations. During his college career, Hector held various internships and leadership roles at FIU, including Student Government Senate Speaker. His previous experience includes strategic investment banking at Oppenheimer & Co., constituent casework while working for Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz, and international affairs experience with the Economic Section of the U.S. Embassy in Tokyo.
In 2010 he interned with the Google BOLD program, working for the Leadership & Development team. Upon graduation in spring 2011, Hector relocated to Northern California and joined Google full time as a People Operations Associate. Since the spring 2012 he has been working in the social impact space with the Google.org team, where he manages Google.org's social impact programs and philanthropic investments in Canada, Latin America, and certain projects in the United States, as well as co-manages the global crisis response portfolio for Google.org. Hector is also an active member of HOLA, Google's Latino Employee Resource Group. For his work in this space, he received the Google Global ERG Leadership & Community Impact Award in 2013.
Hector holds a bachelor's degree in International Business from Florida International University, a professional certificate on social entrepreneurship from Stanford Graduate School of Business, and his Master’s in Public Affairs from the University of California, Berkeley. Hector is originally from Fort Lauderdale, Florida and now resides in San Jose, California.