HRAP, Inc. Is a Washington, DC-based education and job training, non-profit 501 (c) (3) which strives to empower young adults.
Create and establish education and job training programs for the advancement of Undefended Young Adults aka "At-Risk."
To break the pipeline from school to prison by educating and empowering young adults in the professional lifestyle of Human Resource Management.
Human Resources Achievement Program, Inc. promotes sustainable economic and social development by working with local communities from all walks of life. We commit to making every effort to ensure that Undefended Students affected by socio-economic issues and conflict have access to at least the minimum requirement to enter the workforce as young professionals in the field of Human Resource Management.
Ernesto Rodriguez, President and CEO of Human Resources Achievement Program, Inc.
Ernesto Rodriguez, Chairman, President and CEO of Human Resources Achievement Program, founded the organization in 2014. Over the last twenty five plus years he has worked for the civilian sector, the federal government and also DC Government in the area of Human Resources. Mr. Rodriguez served 22 years in the US Armed Forces and answered the call to duty in support of Operation Desert Storm. Mr. Rodriguez holds a Baccalaureate Degree in Human Resource with a Minor in International Business from the University of Maryland University College and is currently pursuing his Master's Degree in Human Resource Management.
Kennetta Douglas, Chief Operating Officer of Human Resources Achievement Program
Kennetta Douglas, Chief Operating Officer for Human Resources Achievement Program, is a seasoned HR Professional. Kennetta has more than 20 years of experience in Human Resources and is a skilled facilitator, trainer, and project manager. Prior to joining Human Resources Achievement Program, Inc. Kennetta served with distinction and honor with the US Air Force. While in the Air Force, Kennetta attained the highest non-commissioned officer rank an enlisted person could attain: the rank of "Chief". Kennetta retired from the US Air Force with 28 honorable years of service.
Anna David, Chief Compliance Officer of Human Resources Achievement Program
Anna David, Chief Compliance Officer for Human Resources Achievement Program, has led soldiers for over thirty years in the US Army. Chief Warrant Officer Five (CW5) Anna David has successfully led a large scale implementation of the Army's Personnel Service Delivery Redesign and received honors for its implementation. Chief David has substantial experience partnering with other agencies and brings about a leadership style that is easy to follow. Chief David was in charge of the Personnel Service Center for the Army and received recognition for her service. She is a highly sought-after HR Expert by human resources professionals, executives and line managers regarding best practices and compliance with evolving HR laws.
HRAP, INC. BOARD OF ADVISORS
Darrell Peterson, Esq.
Ehsan Bey, Phd.
Mary Myers-Nelson, JD Law, Professor UMUC
Jackson L. Davis, III, M.D., Brig Gen. USAF (ret)