Vega's Story

At A Glance

  • A resident of Fort Bend County

  • Married to Ideneth

  • Father of two, Victoria and Matthew

  • Son of a Social Worker (Mother), and a Retired U.S. Army Veteran (Father)

  • Grandson of a U.S. Army Veteran

  • 20+ years in the workforce

  • Experience in private and non-profit sectors

  • Experience managing large groups of people and managing multimillion-dollar budgets

  • Executive Advisor / Professional Development Coach / Strategy Consultant 

  • Member of Board of Directors (non-profit organizations) 

  • Writer and Published Author 

  • Bilingual (Spanish speaker)  

  • Christian

Professional Awards

  • ​Better Leadership Practices 2006

  • Gold Medal Award 2013 - International Hispanic Art & Culture Association 


Organizations and Group Member

  • Young Leaders for Inclusion Council Member

  • Advisory Board Member - Prospera USA

  • Board of Director Member - International Hispanic Art & Culture Association


  • ​Scuba Diving

  • Cycling

  • Golf


Mrs. Ideneth Vega

Ángel's Wife 

Love Pictures?

Ángel Luis Vega was born in San Juan, Puerto Rico, a Caribbean island territory of the USA. He knows first-hand what coming from a hard-working family and humble beginnings is like, his mother Mayra served as a social worker for the PR Government for 30 years. His father, Ángel Luis Vega Sr. worked as a head pharmacist for the United States Army at Garrison - Fort Buchanan, he was a Gulf War Veteran and retired as an SFC from the United States Army. His grandmother was an executive officer for the DOL and his grandfather is a Korean War United States Army Veteran.  


Vega is married to Ideneth, they are parents of Victoria, 6 years old, and Matthew, 3 years old, live in Katy, Texas with their bernedoodle, Sawyer.


Growing up his childhood was difficult, his parents divorced when he was 5 years old. For years his mother struggled to pay the bills, having to choose between paying the rent or putting food on the table. Working full time as a social worker and part-time during nights in retail.


When he was 11 years old, they had to move in with his great-grandparents, he slept in the living room on a small sofa while his mom was in the basement. He remembers vividly how his mom would always say “this is just a season it’s not permanent”. Her actions and resilience taught him the real importance of life, to be humble, honest, that integrity is his best presentation card, and to serve others is life’s purpose. She taught him that no matter how poor they were, there were people in more need than them. A couple of years later, they moved out of her grandparents’ home. When Vega was 14, his father was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease and he help his father during the transition and process. These life experiences changed how he dealt with difficulties, and it endured him immensely. 


He used what he learned in his childhood, to motivate himself and push forward, he earned a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Inter-American University while working full-time at Popular Inc. He then went on to earn his Master’s degree in Management & Leadership from Webster University. 


Vega is an outsider in politics, bringing over 20 years in the workforce in the private sector, as a small business owner, and in the non-profit industry. He is passionate about personal and professional development, the journey guided him to the point where he had the opportunity to publish his first book in 2013. "Sé el Líder de Tu Desarrollo Professional" - Be the Leader of Your Professional Development, is a leadership book that focuses on guiding the reader to take their careers and personal life to the next level. His book was honored with AIPEH’s Medalla de Oro – Gold Medal prize. He often participates in conferences and facilitates career coaching to individuals as well as executive coaching to business owners, start-ups, and established CEOs. 


In his free time, he likes to maintain himself very active, he is found to be enjoying the family, traveling, scuba-diving, cycling, running, reading, and writing. 


He speaks multiple languages but is fluent in Spanish and English.

Below is an abbreviated outline of ALV academic, career and personal life:
Signing Contract

Nov 2021 - Launched Campaign 

Former Texas Deputy Field Director @ Mi Familia Vota 

Sawyer Vega

2020 - The Vega's

welcome Sawyer to the family 

Matthew Vega

2018 - Worked as a Workforce Development Coach & Instructor

2018 - Matthew was born

2016 - Young Leaders for Inclusion Council Member - Center for Independent Living

Victoria Vega

2015 - Victoria was born

2014 - Married Ideneth

Embroidered Heart

2014 - Graduated from Webster University obtaining a Master Degree in Management & Leadership

Angel + Ideneth Vega Wedding

2013 - 2014 -  Advisory Board Member at Prospera USA - formerly Hispanic Business Initiative Fund 

Angel Luis Vega Book

 2013 - Published his first book 

(Professional development related)

2012 - Founded Vega Executive Solutions  - Strategy Consulting Firm

2012 to 2014 - Member of the Board of Directors and Chair of the Ethics Committee at

the International Hispanic Art and Culture Association

2011 - 2012 - Volunteer at President Obama Presidential Campaign

2008 - Vega graduated from the InterAmerican University of PR obtaining a Bachelor of Business Administration

2003 - 2009 - Started his career at Popular Inc.

1998 to 2002 - During his High School and first two years of college worked as a:


Sales Associate


1997 to 2000 - During his High School years,  Vega was a member of the Catholic Group JMV, "Juventud Mariana Vicenciana" and served as a Catechist

Angel Luis Vega II
Angel's Father,
U.S. Army Veteran Ángel Luis Vega Sr.
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Angel's Mother
Mayra E. Meléndez, Public Servant for nearly 30 years as a Social Worker
Angel's Grandfather,
Mr. Jaime Meléndez, Korean War Veteran
U.S. Army - 65th Infantry Regiment
Angel's Grandmother,
Mrs. Rosa Castillo, Executive Officer 
PR Department of Labor
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Angel's Great-grandmother


"My fellow Americans, ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country." 

—  President John F. Kennedy's Inaugural Address, January 20, 1961

VEGA for Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts - 2022

Early Voting: Feb 14-25 / Primary: March 1