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Cesar Rincon is a first-generation American with proud roots from Puebla, Mexico. He attended Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas, where he received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism with a Minor in Biology.
In 2016 Cesar joined the Stewart J. Guss team. He originally started out in the IT department, which he restructured and boosted the efficiency of. A jack-of-all-trades ready to go the extra mile, Cesar soon became familiar with numerous administrative duties and the inner workings of the firm. As the project & facilities manager, Cesar now works closely with business manager C. Scott Whitehouse to ensure the firm is poised to serve clients all across the nation.
On the weekends Cesar enjoys sports, movies, music festivals, and family game nights — especially poker! Currently he lives just outside of Houston in Missouri City, Texas, with his wife and baby boy.
Get to Know: Cesar Rincon
What does “client-first” mean to you? “Client-first is the foundation for SJG. When I started working here, I had my fair share of dealing with clients who had been through traumatic experiences. My journalism education background quickly came into play when hearing our clients’ stories and sympathizing with them. Our clients want to be heard, and we give them a voice to demand what rightfully belongs to them.”
Do you have any hidden talents or surprising hobbies? “I enjoy running and playing soccer. I used to play FIFA religiously until my little man was born. I like exploring my creative side and I dabble in creating graphics for t-shirts. I used to make promo videos and memes using Final Cut Pro. My goal is to visit all 50 states and add more countries to my passport.”
What did you think you were going to be when growing up? “A magician.”
What is your go-to comfort food? “Tacos and micheladas!”
What is your favorite TV show or movie? “Too many, but The Office and any movie by Christopher Nolan are up there.”