Target Corp. will sponsor the Hispanic Association on Corporate Responsibility's 22nd annual HACR Symposium, the fourth year in a row that the retailer has done so, HACR announced Thursday.
The retailer will also sponsor the Corporate Directors Summit and the Corporate Executives Forum annual meetings beginning this weekend in San Diego at the U.S. Grant Hotel.
Frank D. Alvarez, HACR's interim president and CEO, said HACR and its board of directors were honored to have Target partner up with HACR once again.
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Influential Hispanic community and corporate leaders who will offer their insights include:
• Linda Akutagawa, president and CEO, Leadership Education for Asian Pacifics (LEAP)
• Javier Goizueta, vice president, the Coca-Cola Co. and president of its Global McDonald's Division
• Ilene Lang, senior advisor, former president and CEO, Catalyst
• Ronald Parker, president and CEO, Executive Leadership Council (ELC)
• Eduardo Tobon, president, Diners Club International
• Luke Visconti, CEO, DiversityInc
The Corporate Directors Summit lets individuals serving on corporate boards at Fortune 500 and HACR corporate member companies to share knowledge gained in corporate boardrooms.
The Corporate Executives Forum presents the most senior Hispanic corporate executives at Fortune 500 and HACR corporate member companies with a forum to discuss business challenges and solutions and a chance to network with peers from throughout corporate America.
More information is available at HACR's website.
Founded in 1986, HACR represents 16 national Hispanic organizations in the U.S. and Puerto Rico. It focuses on employment, procurement, philanthropy and governance.
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