Born in Valencia, Venezuela, Enrique arrived in Canada in the summer of 2010 at the age of 28. Initially settling in the city of Longueuil, he moved to Montreal in 2016 to continue his studies in political science at Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM) where he graduated in 2018. He then pursued studies in public administration and project management at UQAM and HEC, respectively. He also holds a degree in mechanical maintenance engineering techniques from the Institute of Industrial Mechanical Technologies in his hometown of Valencia.
This proud resident of Nuns' Island is very involved in his Venezuelan community. From2017 and until the end of his studies in 2020, he actedas general coordinator of the Venezuelan Students Association in Canada, an organization responsible for helping students living in precarious financial situations or facing problems related to the granting of Venezuelan passports to citizens of that country.
Since 2019, he has been serving as an advisor for institutional affairs for the Table de préfets et des élus de la Couronne-Sud, a job that has allowed him to gain a deeper understanding of the various issues facing our metropolis. In that role, heis responsible for files related to social housing and economic development.
We seek a mixed and inclusive living environment, with housing and jobs for all, and neighbourhoods with local shops and services as well as a rich and vibrant community life. We want to democratize culture and support citizen initiatives. Our priority is maintenance of municipal facilities: streets, parks, buildings, etc. We are committed to offering quality services to all social groups in an environment that favours the reduction of GHGs and our ecological footprint, to ensure our resilience to climate change.See more