Diversity Partnership News
North Las Vegas received an infusion of new leadership Monday evening
when John J. Lee was sworn in as the new mayor and Isaac Barron was sworn in as
the first Hispanic to ever serve on the city council.
The head of the Greater Austin Hispanic Chamber of Commerce will step
down this month, saying he wants to return to the private sector.
Phillip Jimenez will oversee NMMA's daily operations as new vice president and chief operating officer.
The long-term trend assessment by the National Assessment of Education Progress shows improvement for Hispanic students since the 1970s.
Ameritas College is offering a
new pathway to higher education with the potential to increase degree-completion
rates for Hispanic adults.
Rudel DeCastro is director of US Cellular's Customer Care Center in Tulsa and held call center management positions at TV Guide and Cingular Wireless before joining US Cellular.
Hispanic firm Nutri-Force Nutrition has picked up the 2013 Good to Great Award in the health-care category from the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce.
Maria Cristina González Noguera has been named special assistant to the president and communications director to Michelle Obama.
Sovereign Bank announced a large funding commitment for economic revitalization in North Philadelphia in partnership with Nueva Esperanza.
The South Florida Chapter of the Association for Corporate Growth has bestowed its 2013 Emerging Company of the Year award on Simply Healthcare, a Florida licensed statewide health maintenance organization.
Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Preibus is slated to attend NALEO's 30th annual conference in Chicago next week.
San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce hosts its annual Business awards.
The National Hispanic University and Canada College are partnering up to offer a four-year degree aimed at early childhood professionals who want to strengthen their knowledge and skills while working in the field.
The Goodwill organization has set a goal of finding 3,000 female veterans jobs during the next two years.
Businesses are looking for qualified candidates with connections to the Hispanic community. Here's how to leverage that into a job.