Prior to Enid’s appointment as CEO of Our Piece of the Pie, she served as the executive director for the Hartford Public Schools Office of School Choice leading the choice process for the district’s 21,000 students. In this role, she was at the forefront of school integration and school choice efforts working in partnership with the State Department of Education, including comprehensive marketing campaigns, integrated recruitment efforts, as well as the application process for all Hartford Public Schools. Her varied sector experience include philanthropy, as program officer for the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving where she worked on the Foundation’s 15 million, 10-year early childhood initiative—Brighter Futures—and was a founding member of the Latino Endowment Fund; non-profit organizations, as the vice president for the Village for Families and Children City where she founded the agency’s first Family Financial Literacy programs; City Government, as the assistant director of the Department of Families, Children, Youth and Recreation (DFCYR) and previously, as the founding director for the Hartford Office for Youth Services serving youth and young adults ages 9-24 in the city of Hartford. Rey is a bilingual/bicultural Puertorriqueña and life-long resident of Hartford. She lives and works in Hartford community where she grew up, and with her husband, is raising their five children, all who attended Hartford Public Schools. Rey has a passion for leadership roles that promote equity, quality academic opportunities, access and positive youth development options for vulnerable children and families. A graduate of Hartford Public High School, she attended Mount Holyoke College where she received her B.A. in International Relations and Latin American Literature and obtained her J.D. from the University of Connecticut School of Law. As a distinguished Annie E. Casey Foundation Children and Families Fellow, she has significant expertise in various sectors and has served in a variety of high-level leadership roles in the Hartford community.