Since 2012, Mr. Munoz has served as Chief Finance Officer for the Democratic National Committee.
As Chief Executive Officer of Muñoz & Company, Mr. Muñoz leads one of the largest and oldest minority-owned design practices in the country. Under the three decades of his leadership, Muñoz & Company has pioneered an approach to architecture and design that acknowledges the rapidly shifting demographics of the United States.
Mr. Muñoz is one of the nation’s most respected voices on the subject of Latino artistry, creativity, design and cultural impact. Mr. Muñoz is a founder of the effort to create a National Latino Museum on the Mall in Washington D.C., serving as chairman the National Commission established to study the creation of what will be known as The Smithsonian American Latino Museum. Mr. Muñoz is a former Vice Chairman of the Smithsonian National Board, Chairman Emeritus of the Smithsonian National Latino Board and serves as a Trustee of Cooper-Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum. He has also served as a member of the National Committee for the Performing Arts of the John F. Kennedy Center.
Mr. Muñoz’ commitment to giving back with an emphasis on the advancement of the Latino community in the United States has been evident throughout his career. He was the founding President of Texas Public Radio, and served as a Director of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute. Mr. Muñoz was a member of President Obama’s National Latino Leadership Council and is a founding member of The Dream.US .