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Who we are.

The company builds on the Owner's twenty plus years of experience working with extremely diverse segments of the Austin and central Texas communities with extensive levels of public involvement and policy making.




We use our knowledge, capabilities and creativity to establish long standing relationships with our clients.


Bobbie Garza-Hernandez,
Lead Communications Strategist & Principal

Bobbie Garza-Hernandez (formerly Enriquez) has been providing communications services on large scale public and private projects through Enriquez & Associates (renamed Pink Consulting) since mid 1997.   Ms. Garza-Hernandez possesses extensive experience with public participation processes, strategic planning, fundraising and event planning/coordination.    A major portion of her service has focused on the development and implementation of large scale community outreach initiatives, with emphasis in minority communities.

A thirty year resident of Austin, Texas, Ms. Garza-Hernandez has twenty plus years experience working with extremely diverse segments of the Austin community, including governmental entities,  the  private sector, and  community based and neighborhood organizations, with extensive levels of public involvement.  She capitalizes on over twelve years experience with City of Austin Departments and systems and over ten years experience in policy making positions. Five of those years she served as Executive Assistant (Aide) to former Mayor Gus Garcia and provided the leadership for initiatives in affordable housing, graffiti abatement, Latino Arts organizations consortium building & Mexican American Cultural Center bonds campaign,  minority contracting, neighborhood organizing and youth services, to name a few. A graduate of The Harwood Institute- Public Innovators Training, Ms. Garza-Hernandez is exceptionally versed in community engagement and is a proven Facilitator, Trainer, Consensus Builder and Problem Solver. 

Ms. Garza-Hernandez is a 1995 Leadership Austin Alum, 1997 Leadership Texas Alum,  and a Past President of the Austin Women’s Political Caucus.  She continues her active involvement in community issues, especially those that affect the disenfranchised, through her volunteer work with various groups such as Centro Cultural Hispano de San Marcos, Hispanic Advocates & Business Leaders of Austin (HABLA),   the Mexican American Business & Professional Women’s Assn. (MABPWA) - Presidents Council, and ACCION Texas.

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