Viviana Ramirez

Viviana is a supervisor with HORNE’s government services disaster recovery team. She oversees a team responsible for monitoring state-funded public assistance projects and processes funding requests for multiple applicants. She provides assistance to ensure compliance and transparency for client grants.
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August 28, 2017

The Texas Way

With a resilient job market, great Mexican food, and small-town feel, the Texas Gulf Coast is a great place to call home. According to the Texas Relocation Report, “Texas experienced a net gain of 107,689 out-of-state residents in 2015, a 4 percent increase from 2014.” As a good neighbor should, I welcome you to Friday night lights, longhorns and warm Texas weather. As we native Texans know, with triple digit summer days come hurricanes.

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Topics: Disaster Recovery

May 16, 2017

A Letter to Me

I often find myself deep in thought, contemplating “what-if” scenarios. What if I won the lottery? What if my parents never emigrated from Mexico? What if I became a teacher and not an accountant? These hypothetical scenarios allow me to think outside the box and not limit my options or ideas to my current circumstances.

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Topics: Culture

March 07, 2017

The Road Less Traveled

Looking back at “my story,” I realize that I began taking the road less traveled early in life. I found great happiness doing things that were not traditional for a growing Mexican woman, from the electives I took in high school to the career path I would eventually choose. 

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Topics: Culture

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