Diversity Partnership News
Sen. Mark R. Warner, D-Va., urged Virginia to do more business with small businesses owned by women and minorities.
In the wake of 2012's historic turnout at the voting booth, NALEO will gather policy leaders to discuss issues of concern to U.S. Hispanics at its June conference in Chicago.
The Tinley Park Police discriminated against a Hispanic officer when it passed him over for promotion, the Illinois Department of Human Rights has found.
Laura E. Sanchez, experienced in New Mexico politics, clean energy and local business, was named CEO of the Green Chamber of Commerce.
Hispanic and black communities have many similarities in immigration,
speakers said during a presentation held
early last week at California State University, Northridge.
New Mexico State University presidential candidate Elsa
Murano doesn't need to study the issues students face at the school; as a
first-generation college student and Cuban immigrant, she lived them, she said.
In nearly four months since Asusena Resendiz took the helm
of the Fort Worth Hispanic Chamber of Commerce as its president and CEO, she has
hardly had a moment's rest.
The Los Angeles Chapter of the National Latina Business Women Association is seeking nominations for exceptional female Hispanic business entrepreneurs.
Maria Martinez, legendary potter from San Ildefonso Pueblo, was equally brilliant in science and in
marketing, says executive director of the Millicent Rogers Museum
in Taos, N.M.
California Assemblyman Luis Alejo's drive to raise the state minimum wage has gotten the go ahead, but faces daunting opposition from business groups.
Katherine Vargas has been named as the Obama administration's new director of Hispanic media, it was announced today.
Mauro M. Wolfe has been appointed as a national co-chair of the White Collar and Corporate Investigations Subcommittee of the American Bar Association's Securities Litigation Committee, it was announced.
HSF raised more $180,000 in Southern California at the Leaders in Education Awards luncheon this week.
The Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas has appointed Jerry Pacheco to fill the remainder of a three-year term on the bank's El Paso Branch board of directors.
The Dodgers have changed managers seven times since Manny Mota started his coaching career in 1980, but he's always been a rock on the coaching staff. Now he's into broadcasting and public appearances.