Brooklyn, New York 11211
Javier Enriquez was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. He completed two majors in Political Science and Health Care Administration with a minor in International Politics for a bachelor's degree at Long Island University. And a master's in Human Services at Boricua College. Former candidate for state assemblyman and Kings County committee district representative who investigated abuses against children, the mentally challenged, and the developmentally disabled. He is a co-founder of the Associated Indigenous Movement which seeks lasting positive social changes for the Indigenous peoples of the western hemisphere.