H. Analco González
Co-Founder, Managing Partner
B.A., Rice University
MBA, Our Lady of the Lake University
J.D., University of Texas School of Law
Analco was born in San Antonio, Texas, and raised throughout México and in San Antonio. He is a graduate of Health Careers High School and Rice University, in Houston, Texas. He received a Master of Business Administration from Our Lady of the Lake University, where he later served as Adjunct Professor in the School of Business and Leadership. He also received his Doctor of Jurisprudence law degree from the University of Texas School of Law.
With demonstrated leadership, a commitment to community engagement, and an entrepreneurial spirit from a young age, Analco founded the citywide Hispanic Youth Leaders Organization, and the San Antonio Young Leaders Conference (now referred to as the National Hispanic Institute at San Antonio), while he was in high school. He also founded the National Hispanic Institute – OLLU Leadership Service Center.
Analco is the founding managing partner of the social purpose consulting firm, OCI Group, which since 2009 has sought to positively impact communities through work in the areas of government relations, public affairs, economic development, and leadership training. Analco has been the lead on OCI Group’s government relations, public affairs and public policy initiatives with their clients in the private, nonprofit, and public sectors. In 2020, he and his partners founded OCI Development, a real estate development company that extends their commitment to social impact into the housing industry, with an emphasis on providing high quality affordable housing throughout Texas.
Professor González has taught at Memorial High School in the Edgewood ISD of San Antonio, TX. For over 25 years he has served as a volunteer and consulting chief trainer for numerous leadership experiences implemented locally, nationally, and internationally by the National Hispanic Institute and the local affiliate, National Hispanic Institute at San Antonio. He has served on several Boards of Directors for organizations across the country such as The Alliance of Latina/o Leadership & Policy (ALLP) and the National Alliance of Hispanic Families.
Analco has lived, studied, and overseen projects throughout various parts of México as well as in San Juan, Puerto Rico and Buenos Aires, Argentina. He has won numerous awards; In 2019 and 2016 he was awarded the “40 Under 40” recognition by the San Antonio Business Journal and the Distinguished Alumni Award by the National Hispanic Institute, respectively. He has authored several articles, one of which was published in the Journal of Legal Studies Education. Analco writes and develops business and leadership training curriculum for non-profits, educational institutions, as well as for corporations. He was ranked one of the “Top 100 Emerging Latino Leaders” by the National Hispanic Institute in 2012.