Eneida is a nationally recognized leader and entrepreneur. She is a trained attorney and organizational psychologist, and for over a decade, she has been a risk-taking entrepreneur providing a breadth of legal services for her clients through the boutique legal practice she founded in Boston, MA. She is also co-founder of Omega Global Advisors, a public relations and government affairs firm focused providing custom based guidance for its clients across sectors.
Eneida has served in prominent leadership roles on the American Bar Association, the Hispanic National Bar Association, and the Massachusetts Bar Association. She currently serves on the HOPE National Taskforce, a distinguished team of Latina trailblazers tasked with increasing Latina leadership representation at every level of public service across the nation. She also serves on Big Sister Boston’s Board of Directors and on Eastern Bank’s Board of Corporators. Additionally, Eneida serves on the Advisory Boards of Voter Choice Massachusetts and MassINC. In 2018 Eneida was appointed by Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker to serve on the Workforce Training Fund Advisory Board.
In 2012 Eneida co-founded The Latina Circle (TLC), a Boston-based network that is advancing Latina leaders across industries into positions of power and influence. In 2017, TLC launched Amplify Latinx, a non-partisan, collaborative movement whose mission is to build Latinx economic and political power by significantly increasing Latinx civic engagement and representation in leadership positions across sectors. Latina Circle + Amplify Latinx have been distinguished as unique organizations with social capital & social impact by various groups.
In 2018, Amplify Latinx launched its PowerUp Latinx Biz initiative focused on activating Massachusetts’ untapped economic potential by increasing growth and economic opportunity for Latinx-owned and led businesses. PowerUp’s mission’s is to create visibility for Latinx-owned businesses, meaningfully connect them to existing resources, and recognize them as an influential consumer market that must be engaged by our entire business community.
Among other notable accolades, Eneida is a Fellow of the American Bar Foundation, a distinction limited to one percent of lawyers licensed to practice in each jurisdiction. For three consecutive years she has been recognized by Latino Leaders Magazine as one of the Most Influential Latino Lawyers in the United States. She is admitted to practice law in the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court, Massachusetts Federal District Court, First Circuit Court of Appeals, and the Supreme Court of the United States.