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The recent update to AncestryDNA results now lists a percentage for the indigenous people of Puerto Rico, historically also known as the Taino.  For more info, click here.

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Welcome to Phil Vélez.Com!

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I developed marketing strategies in partnership with sales managers to deliver high performing digital campaigns across email, social media, and display and pay-per-click advertising.

I have been blogging since 2003 and write about politics, history, fraternity/sorority life, entertainment, technology, Latino issues, New York City, and Puerto Rico. 

I earned a master's degree in Corporate Communication from Baruch College of the City University of New York. 

I received a bachelor's degree in Communication Media Management from the State University of New York at New Paltz. Since then I have worked for a news-gathering organization, a public relations firm, a non-profit organization, an information technology company, and institutions of higher learning.


After I earned my master's degree from Baruch, I received a Certificate in Paralegal Studies from Long Island University's Brooklyn Campus. I then worked as a contract document review paralegal,  a quality assurance analyst for a management consulting firm, and a digital marketing manager. I presently work as a human resources/operations administrator for a restaurant hospitality group.


Thanks again for checking out my website. Feel free to connect via social media. Take care!


I recently found out that I am 19 percent Portuguese, which was a huge surprise to me. I created a website to inform other Puerto Ricans about the subject.

I hold and have held various administrative and management-related positions, including the roles of document review paralegal, office manager, and human resources/operations administrator. 

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I dedicated years to writing and research to compile the 145th-anniversary edition of the history booklet for the Delphic Fraternity, of which I am an alumnus and its historian.

blogger since 2003