Diversity Partnership News
A South Florida power couple has garnered a prestigious award for their philanthropic efforts and will be honored at a luncheon in November.
The Muhammad Ali Parkinson Center is reaching out to U.S. Hispanics, who are the ethnic minority most impacted by Parkinson's in the U.S.
The most striking thing about Janet Yellen's appointment as the first-ever female chairman of the U.S. Federal Reserve is how little fuss has been made about her gender.
NGL Media will host its first ever Latino Digital Video Summit this month, focusing on how Hispanics influence the digital video space from a media, marketing and entertainment perspective.
Richard Montanez, the former janitor who came up with the huge-selling Flamin' Hot Cheetos for Frito-Lay, told a Kansas City audience about the power of diversity.
Multicultural global media agency MEC Bravo announced the appointment of Vilma Vale-Brennan as managing director.
Chrysler Group increases financial support to help Hispanic students.
Oscar Hijuelos, the first Hispanic to win a Pulitzer Prize, died over the weekend at age 62.
Chris Hernandez was named of the Year by Great Minds in STEM at a recent conference.
Jose Munoz, senior vice president of sales and marketing for Nissan, will be the keynote speaker at an automotive conference.
As the Hispanic population increases across the U.S., its influence is reaching deep into American culture -- even to affecting what parents name their children.
Alex Cabaņas has been named president and CEO of Benchmark Hospitality International. Benchmark also announced it will promote Greg Champion to executive vice president and COO. Both positions will officially start on Jan. 1, 2014.
Gloria Tostado's position as communications manager for Hispanic Markets at General Motors unites her career experience and the culture of her Mexican parents.
A higher education conference in New Mexico examines ways to increase the number of Hispanic students in college and help them graduate.
A Hispanic woman and an African American woman who have dedicated their careers to programs, services and career opportunities for the Hispanic and black communities in Toledo were recognized with awards at the Cesar Chavez Humanitarian Award Gala.