Reinier is CEO for Advoqt Cybersecurity, pronounced “advocate”, the firm combines expertise in Cybersecurity with Data Science to deliver consulting, managed services, and proprietary software with a focus on automation of vulnerability management and incident response programs. Reinier is also Founder of several educational and workforce development programs including CyberWarrior (Cybersecurity training), Diversity IT Network (career development for multicultural IT professionals), and Latino STEM Alliance (teaches robotics to K-12 children in underserved communities).
Reinier is active in many philanthropic initiatives including the Latino Legacy Fund at The Boston Foundation, the first permanent endowment fund focused on advancing the Latino community in Boston; and Tech Hire Boston at the Boston Private Industry Council, an initiative to increase the tech talent pipeline coming out of Boston Public Schools. In the past, Reinier has served within the Massachusetts Governor’s STEM Advisory Council, as a Board Fellow for KIPP Massachusetts, as a member of the My Brother’s Keeper advisory committee at the City of Boston, as an Occupational Advisor for Roxbury Community College, as a Youth Council Member for the Metro North Regional Employment Board, and as Boston-Chapter President for the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE), among other volunteer activities, mentorship, and speaking engagements.
Most recently, Reinier was appointed by Governor Baker to the Commission for Digital Innovation and Lifelong Learning.
Recognitions include: Emerging Leader by the Boston Business Journal; GK100: Boston’s 100 Most Influential People of Color; GK10: 10 Most Game Changing Equity Ideas; and PowerMeter 100: Massachusetts’ Most Influential People for Latinos.
Reinier lives in the Greater Boston area with his wife Ylira Pimentel-Moquete, a Psychotherapist and Wellness Coach at www.Ylira.com, and their three children.