Our Team

HCi’s team is comprised of skilled human resource, technology, and general management professionals with decades of experience in private and public sectors. HCi’s President and founder, Jason Géno, has more than 25 years of HR, technology, and strategic management experience, specializing in human capital development, business process improvement, legal and regulatory compliance, and technology integration. He started Human Capital Initiatives to provide innovative, cost-effective HR and technology solutions to public and private-sector organizations. Mr. Géno holds a Master of Business Administration, a Master of Arts in Human Resources Development, and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science. He is a Board Member and Chair of the Human Resources Committee for the organization So Others Might Eat (SOME), a Washington, D.C.-based social service organization that provides food, shelter, medical assistance, and life skills training to persons in need. Mr. Géno is a frequent speaker at HR and technology conferences and seminars.

Our team of consultants have provided advisory services to a wide range of governmental agencies, corporations, professional service firms, and non-profits. We have successfully helped clients maximize their return on employee investment, increase the effectiveness of their operational procedures, and minimize their exposure to liability and operational risk. We have recently partnered with some of the country’s leading housing authorities to improve operational efficiencies and implement cost-saving procedures through process improvements, effective utilization of technology and staffing resources, and performance-based compensation plans. We focus on creating successful operational and administrative process structures that complement the strategic goals and objectives of an organization. We have employed our expertise related to HUD’s Rental Assistance Demonstration Program (RAD) to provide human resources, operational, and technology advice to many of the country’s leading housing authorities.