Diversity Partnership News

Pro Golfer Raises Money for Scholarship Fund

LPGA's Lizette Salas partners with Toyota for the Hispanic Scholarship Fund.

NSHMBA Names Lincoln as Automotive Partner

The National Society of Hispanic MBAs on Tuesday announced a partnership with the Lincoln Motor Co. as its 2014 national automotive partner.

San Antonio Chamber Gets Top Rating From USCC

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce selected the San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce as a 5-Star Accredited chamber, the only San Antonio chamber to win the designation.

Business Leaders Set for CHCC Convention

The California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce announces star-studded speaker list.

DishLATINO Wins Hispanic TV Award

DISH Network will pick up a leadership award in the provider/advertiser category at the Hispanic Television Summit.

Hispanic Leader Goes the Extra Mile

Audrey Moscosa-Rodriguez, a mentor for junior high and high school students, received a new Toyota Prius for her outreach work while attending the National Council of La Raza's conference in L.A.

Rodriguez Joining Public Policy Law Firm

Former Obama administration official Miguel E. Rodriguez is moving to the private sector.

Calif. Hispanic Chambers Sets Convention Date

The California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce said it is preparing for its 2014 Annual Convention to be held in Orange County this August.

Xavier Gutierrez Appointed to Bank Board

Commercial Bank of California has appointed Xavier A. Gutierrez, chief investment officer at the Meruelo Group, to its board of directors.

Espinosa Trueba Offers Novel Model for Legal Services

Espinosa Trueba has drafted a collaboration agreement that provides a novel model for legal services in the intellectual property field, the Florida law firm announced Monday.

Claudia Zanes to Receive Hispanic Chamber Honor

The Tucson Hispanic Chamber of Commerce will recognize Claudia Zanes for her work.

Ramirez to Lead Ronald McDonald House Charities

McDonald's franchise owner Steven Ramirez will lead McDonald's charity efforts.

Opinion: In Silicon Valley, Old Boys' Networks Undercut Diversity

Silicon Valley companies are supposed to empower the creative-minded with cutting-edge technology. Silicon Valley's hiring practices are very much the old guard.

Los Angeles City to Get First Hispanic Fire Chief

Ralph Terrazas is expected to the become Los Angeles City's first Hispanic fire chief if his appointment is approved by the City Council.

Ramirez Joins iNSPIRE! Agency

Award-winning industry veteran Rafael Ramirez will help growing agency tackle Hispanic market opportunity.

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