Javier Enriquez was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. He completed two majors in Political Science and Health Care Administration with a minor in International Politics for a bachelor's degree at Long Island University. And a master's in Human Services at Boricua College. Former candidate for state assemblyman and Kings County committee district representative who investigated abuses against children, the mentally challenged, and the developmentally disabled. He is the founder of the Associated Indigenous Movement which seeks lasting positive social changes for the Indigenous peoples of the western hemisphere.