Diversity Partnership News
NASA astronaut Serena Aunon will share her personal experiences and insight into the future of NASA's human spaceflight program when she meets with more than 100 first-generation Hispanic students.
Mariano Legaz, a tech industry veteran, has been appointed Florida region president for Verizon Wireless.
Anna Maria Chavez, who took over as the first Hispanic CEO of the Girl Scouts of
America in 2011, is happy with the increase in Hispanic girl scouts since 2000.
Goya Foods, the largest Hispanic-owned food company in the country, has picked Dieste to manage its brand strategy for U.S. markets.
More than 250 people will gather at MIT beginning today for a three-day
conference aimed at increasing the number of women and minorities in the
Janet Napolitano, who has served as homeland
security secretary since
2009, resigned Friday to be nominated as the first woman to lead the University of California system.
USHCC announced that Ryder System Inc. has joined the organization as its newest corporate member.
The Carolinas Minority Supplier Development Council's annual Business Opportunity Conference is expected to attract more than 500 minority business owners, corporate executives and procurement professionals in August.
Team Naturaleza held three nature hikes during Fiesta Bicultural, a bicultural
event to bring various cultures together.
Hispanic students have posted large academic gains since the early 1970s, according to new federal data, narrowing the achievement gap with their white peers in nearly all categories.
InGenesis has been named the second-fastest-growing staffing firm in the U.S., averaging 116.1 percent compounded annual growth from 2008-2012.
More than 100 business and community organizations have joined the Be Covered Texas health-coverage campaign to reach uninsured Texans, particularly Hispanics.
Cacique, the brand of cheeses, sausages and Hispanic-style cream, announced the
winners of its fundraising program during a reception at Octavio Paz UNO school.
The Hispanic Heritage Center of Texas got
closer to reality when state lawmakers passed a little-noticed bill funding it to the tune of $500,000.
Dennis Arriola, president of SoCalGas, was honored at Plaza Community Services along with Michael Peevey and Sylvia Campoy.