Kyle Argueta is the Senior Communications Manager at the Aspen Institute Latinos and Society Program. He leads content marketing and communications strategy across the program’s signature initiatives and remains committed to elevating outreach efforts and amplifying the mission of Aspen Latinos.
Prior to joining Aspen Latinos, Kyle managed communications and stakeholder outreach activities for the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), one of the U.S. principal federal statistical agencies. In this role, he served as a project lead for multiple external-facing digital campaigns responsible for coordinating with federal clients and internal stakeholders on communication planning, project scope forecasting, and high-level dissemination tactics. Kyle also had the opportunity to serve as a communications project coordinator for the COVID-19 and Equity in Education Initiative, a project funded by the Gates Foundation that provides an in-depth view of how states, school districts, and their communities—especially those with higher percentages of Black and Latino students and/or students experiencing poverty—responded to the pandemic.
Kyle also has previous experience working at a PR communications strategy firm where he represented clients, like Workforce Solutions Alamo, that aims to strengthen the South Texas regional economy by growing and connecting talent pipelines to employers. Additionally, he previously worked as a freelance reporter for the San Antonio Report where he produced and hosted a 3-episode podcast that explored crucial topics in publication education, such as standardized testing, teacher preparation programs, and school finances.
Kyle holds a Bachelor’s degree in Communication and minors in Communication Management and Urban Studies from Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas.
In his free time, Kyle likes to unplug by trying new restaurants around D.C., traveling, hosting dinner parties, and enjoying park picnics.