Team Members

At Puerto Rico Federal Affairs Administration we represent the interests of the Government of Puerto Rico before federal, state, and local governments. We are dedicated to advocating for economic and public policy initiatives to achieve a better quality of life for the people of Puerto Rico.

Jennifer M. Storipan, Esq.

Executive Director

Jennifer currently serves as the Executive Director of the Puerto Rico Federal Affairs Administration (PRFAA). 

Juan L. Negrón

Deputy Director

Juan Leonardo Negron-Diaz joined the Puerto Rico Federal Affairs Administration (PRFAA) in September of 2019 to serve as the Deputy Executive Director.

Martin E. Rivera

 Director of Government Affairs

Martin E. Rivera is the Director of Government Affairs of the Puerto Rico Federal Affairs Administration (PRFAA), where he leads the federal and local legislative priorities and agenda. Mr. Rivera represents PRFAA before policymakers, industry representatives, community leaders, and other stakeholders.

Anthony Carrillo Filomeno, Esq.

Florida Regional Director

Anthony currently serves as the Florida Region Director of the Puerto Rico Federal Affairs Administration (PRFAA).

 

Laia García

Executive Assistant

Laia García is the Executive Assistant to the director, Jennifer Storipan at Puerto Rico Federal Affairs Administration.

 

Nairka Joe Treviño-Müller

Communications Director

Nairka Joe Treviño-Müller is currently the Communications Director of the Puerto Rico Federal Affairs Administration (PRFAA), Office of the Governor of Puerto Rico in Washington, D.C. a position she has hold since January 2020.

Ernesto Rivera-Umpierre, Esq.

Director of Legal Affairs & Senior Policy Advisor

Ernesto is a licensed attorney admitted to practice law in Puerto Rico, the District of Columbia, the U.S. District Court for Puerto Rico, and the U.S. First Circuit Court of Appeals. He is a Public Policy professional with significant experience in the negotiation and implementation of Public Private Partnerships (“PPP”) within the government of Puerto Rico.

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