Diversity Partnership News
The University of Miami School of Business Administration has a program in the works that will fine-tune executives' business chops when it comes to operating in high-growth markets, particularly in the Americas.
The over-representation of minority children among the poor is not new. What is
new is that minority children in the not-too-distant future will form the
core of the nation's workforce.
The Tucson Hispanic Chamber of Commerce announced its Business Man and Woman of the Year for 2013.
Hispanics in the United States are more likely to identify with the Democratic Party than the Republican Party, a Gallup poll found.
Dawn Taubin, former Warner Bros. president of marketing, joins DreamWorks Animation as chief marketing officer.
A nonprofit recreational and fishing group is launching a major outreach program next year to get more Hispanics involved in fishing.
Meredith Corp. has rebranded its Hispanic enterprise unit as Meredith Hispanic Media (MHM) to reflect the company's Hispanic offerings across its media channels, the firm announced Wednesday.
The El Paso Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is well established, but CEO Cindy Ramos-Davidson still likens her role to an entrepreneur.
The Association of Diversity Councils has
honored the Law, Compliance, Business Ethics and External Affairs (LCBE) department at Prudential Financial, Inc. for having one of the "Top 25 U.S. Employee Resource Groups and Diversity Councils" in the nation and for
championing diversity and inclusion in workplace.
Three local minority business owners were recognized Tuesday for their
impact on the community at a luncheon hosted by the Bryan-College Station
Chamber of Commerce and the Texas A&M Department of Procurement Services.
'Latina Power Shift,' a new Nielsen study, underscores the buying power of Hispanic women in the U.S. marketplace.
A coalition led by Hispanic and elder advocates will hold a mayoral town hall in New York City on Aug. 6.
Blogger Monique Frausto created CurvesandChaos.com about her life, and Blogs By Latinas, an online hub for female Hispanic bloggers from around the world.
More than 300 Hispanics came together last week in Houston to explore identity and activism in the community at Teach for America's staff and corps member summit.
As the city of Midland prepares to finalize the budget for its next
fiscal year, the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is concerned about what could
happen if the funding it receives from the city disappears.