Glorimar Maldonado is the Talent Management Officer for the Overseas Private Investment Corporation in Washington, D.C. In this role, she provides policy review, technical guidance, data-driven analyses, and strategic leadership to recruit, retain and engage a prepared, diverse and sustainable workforce. Further, as a recruiter and an instructor, she conducts employment workshops and K-12 activities that promote careers in mathematics and the sciences.
Previously, Ms. Maldonado was the interim deputy director for Talent Acquisition and the Chief Recruitment Officer for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. In this role, she developed, reviewed and implemented policies, programs and initiatives to streamline and improve federal hiring and retention practices, promote Diversity and Inclusion, and provided employment and professional development training to federal employees in various agencies.
Ms. Maldonado has also been a senior advisor for the Strategic Programs Office at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, where she developed, implemented and managed Hispanic recruitment and outreach programs and initiatives. Additionally, prior to joining the CDC, she was the chief of staff for the White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for Hispanics. In this role, she supervised the daily operations of the office, including strategic planning, social media campaigns, management of staff, and the development and implementation of Presidential outreach programs.
Ms. Maldonado holds a B.A. in English, history and psychology and an M.S in leadership.