Uriah V. Perez
Community Liaison Officer, Marine Corps Activity Guam
Uriah Perez, a native of Barrigada,
Guam, graduated from the University of Guam with a Bachelor of Business
Administration degree in Management and a minor in Human Resources Management.
After completing his studies at the University of
Guam in 2004, Perez moved to San Francisco where he worked in the Human
Resources field for a number of companies and non-profit organizations. During
his time in San Francisco, Perez volunteered as a member-at-large with the non-profit
organization, Central Market Community Benefit District. After several years of
volunteer work, Perez was voted in as a member of their Board of Directors
where he served until 2011.
Upon returning to Guam in 2011, Perez began working
at the 31st Guam Legislature for the Office of Senator Tina Muña Barnes as a
Policy Analyst with the Committee on Municipal Affairs, Tourism, Housing and
Recreation. In 2013, Perez accepted a position with DOCOMO PACIFIC as their Recruitment
and Employee Relations Manager during merger activities between DOCOMO PACIFIC
and Marianas Cable Vision. In 2014, Perez returned to the local public sector
as a Budget Analyst with the 32nd Guam Legislature’s Office of Finance and
Budget under the direction of the late Senator Vicente ben Pangelinan and the Committee on Appropriations, Public Debt,
Legal Affairs, Retirement, Public Parks, Recreation, Historic Preservation and Land.
For the remainder of the 32nd Guam Legislature, Perez remained with
the Office of Finance and Budget under the direction of Vice Speaker Benjamin
J. F. Cruz. In 2015, Perez continued as a Budget/Policy Analyst with the Office
of Finance and Budget under the direction of Vice Speaker Benjamin J. F. Cruz
and the Committee on Appropriations and Adjudication until joining Marine Corps
Activity Guam as Community Liaison Officer in September of 2015.