Accountant, Business Woman, Activist
Enriqueta (Queta) Garrett, Treasurer
Enriqueta was born in La Habana, Cuba. Left Cuba at age 12 and lived in Caracas, Venezuela for about a year immigrating to the United States at age 13. Graduated from W.H. Adamson H.S. at age 16 and from the University of Texas at Arlington with a BBA at age 21. Have worked full time since age 16 and in the Oil and Gas industry since graduating from college.
Queta has served the community by volunteering her time and service to several organizations. These include HWNT as Historian, Vice-Chair of Membership, Treasurer, Parliamentarian, Education Series Co-Chair, Bataan Center Christmas party Co-Chair, and State Representative, Grupo Internacional Dallas (GID) as Treasurer for several years, Project Esperanza as Treasurer, Sociedad Interamericana as Treasurer, and Peacemakers Luncheon for the last four years.
Currently Queta is a self–employed Accounting and Tax Consultant. She previously worked as a Tax Manager for Heritage Standard Corporation, and before that she worked for Foreign Tax Compliance Coordinator at General American Oil Co. Queta is a Licensed Notary Public. Queta is a member of the National Society of Tax Professionals and the National Society of Accountants. Her credentials include ATP (Accredited Tax Preparer) from the Accreditation Council on Accountancy and Taxation.
She is a proud mother of a 36 year old lawyer and staffer at Stanford’s University School of Law in Stanford, California.