Joseph Mancias, Jr., is a Principal with NashNogales, LLC, having previously served as a member of the Federal Senior Executive Service in the last 25 of his 42 years in federal service. He served in leadership positions in the Departments of Justice, Labor, Commerce, Homeland Security, and Veterans Administration as well as with the U.S. Commission of Civil Rights, U.S. Office of Personnel Management, and the President’s Economic Stabilization Program. Federal service included leading the Nation’s Decennial Census Promotion Program, advancing human resource and training programs at the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service, serving as the principal author for a Presidential Executive Order directing Departments to correct Hispanic under-representation following federal merit principles. He also served in the U.S. Navy on active and reserve duty, beginning as a Seaman Recruit and completing his military service after 37 years as a Captain with assignments including duty in Vietnam and serving as commanding officer of six reserve commands. He began his professional career as a reporter for CBS affiliates, KZTV and Radio KSIX. He is a graduate of Del Mar College, Corpus Christi, Texas, Texas A&I (now Texas A&M) at Kingsville, The American University Kogod College of Business, Washington, D.C., Harvard’s Senior Managers in Government program at the John F. Kennedy School of Government, and the Federal Executive Institute.
Board Member: 2015-Present