Diversity Partnership News
Four lawyers join Foley & Lardner to focus on Latin America legal work.
The advertising industry continues to recognize that Alma is at the top of its game at age 20.
Goya Foods, one of America's largest Hispanic food company, announces Feb. 15 deadline for its Culinary Arts and Food Sciences Scholarship Program.
Juan Sepulveda will take up his new duties as senior vice president of station services at PBS and get a welcome aboard from the Hispanic Heritage Foundation in Washington, D.C.
Donnelly & Associates opens third immigration law office in greater Dallas.
Carmen Heredia-Lopez will oversee the CTPF's multibillion dollar investment program.
Key members of the Hispanic community will assist in strategic development for Vme TV's objectives and programming for 2014.
The well-known Houston firm of Herrera Partners has moved its offices, the company announced.
Teach For America makes Fortune's annual list of best places to work for the fourth year in a row.
Food industry veteran Luis Tejada is joining Goya Foods to lead its sales efforts.
Anne Marie Estevez joined the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI) as its pro bono general counsel.
Juan Sepúlveda was appointed senior vice president for station services at PBS following a national search.
Dr. Samuel Arce remains on the national board of the American Diabetes Association.
Hispanics represent just 3 percent of boardroom seats on Fortune 500 companies, according to the latest Corporate Governance Study by the Hispanic Association on Corporate Responsibility.
Florida A&M University's board of trustees approved Elmira Mangum as the school's first woman president, the school announced.