Veronica Muzquiz Edwards is the owner and CEO of InGenesis, a premier supplier of workforce management and talent acquisition services recently named the #1 fastest growing firm in America by Staffing Industry Analysts. Before founding InGenesis in 1998, she served as an executive at a Fortune 100 telecommunications company.
Edwards has been widely recognized for her accomplishments in business, finance, and human resources. In honor of her leadership and national impact, HispanicBusiness magazine named Edwards as one of the 50 most influential Hispanic business leaders in the country, and the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce selected her as the National Hispanic Businesswoman of the Year. In addition, Edwards was selected as an Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year finalist; one of the top 100 middle market CEO’s in the nation by Chief Executive magazine; and one of America's Top 10 Female Entrepreneurs by Inc. magazine.
Edwards received her baccalaureate degree from Texas State University, which recently recognized her exemplary leadership with the Texas State Distinguished Alumna Award. She obtained a master of business administration from the University of the Incarnate Word (UIW), where she is currently pursuing a doctorate of business administration. Her research interests include global disaster preparedness and workforce planning for Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear (CBRN) events.
Edwards is engaged in and committed to community involvement and outreach. InGenesis is honored to partner with the American Diabetes Association in honor of Edwards’ late brother, Darrell Muzquiz. InGenesis also supports UIW, the Texas Burn Survivor Society, and the Fisher House in order to improve lives, enhance minds and support our country.