Marcos Enriquez is originally from the Phoenix area. After graduating from Tolleson Union High School in the West Valley, he went to Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff and earned a Bachelor's of Arts in English with a minor and ethnic studies in 2010. After which, he went to Tucson and began working for the University of Arizona as an admissions counselor for the South Tucson & Southern Arizona communities. Including the Pascua Yaqui and Tohono O’odham tribes. While working for the UofA, he completed his first graduate program with a Master's of Education in Human Relations through NAU in 2012. In the summer of 2014 he moved back to the Phoenix area and began working for Arizona State University and the School of Historical, Philosophical, & Religious Studies as an academic advisor. Eventually he completed another graduate program. A Master's of Education in Higher and Post-secondary Education through ASU and the Mary Lou Fulton Teacher’s College in the spring of 2016. He was with the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences advising 2018. He has since been with the Watts College of Public Service and Community Solutions as an advising coordinator since 2022.
In his spare time, he enjoys cooking for his family, working with student groups, and volunteering with the Omega Delta Phi alumni foundation.
Master's of Education in Higher & Post Secondary Education - Arizona State University 
Master's of Education in Human Relations - Northern Arizona University 
Bachelor's of Arts in English w/minor in Ethnic Studies - Northern Arizona University