Diversity Partnership News

Northrop Grumman's Hernandez Named Engineer of the Year

Chris Hernandez was named of the Year by Great Minds in STEM at a recent conference.

Nissan's Jose Munoz Keynote Speaker at L.A. Conference

Jose Munoz, senior vice president of sales and marketing for Nissan, will be the keynote speaker at an automotive conference.

Hispanic Baby Names Gain Popularity in U.S.

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.

Benchmark Hospitality Names New CEO

Alex Cabañas 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.

GM's Tostado Offers Best of 2 Cultures

Gloria Tostado's position as communications manager for Hispanic Markets at General Motors unites her career experience and the culture of her Mexican parents.

Conference Backs Help for Hispanic Education

A higher education conference in New Mexico examines ways to increase the number of Hispanic students in college and help them graduate.

Women Win Humanitarian Awards

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.

Jacksonville Minority-owned Businesses Recognized

Minority Enterprise Development Day will be held 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday at Jacksonville Commons Recreation Center to give area residents a chance to learn more about the area's businesses.

Facebook's Gonzales Joins National Park Foundation

Susan Gonzales was appointed to the National Park Foundation by the Secretary of the Interior.

U.S. Hispanic Youth Risk Losing Linguistic Heritage

Spanish is the second-most important language in the country, but the great majority of young people who grew up speaking it at home are not bilingual.

Hispanic Students Seek Action on Water Issues

Hispanic students learn about water conservation via the Colorado River and now are looking for support from lawmakers.

Pozo Named NHBA President

New Jersey attorney Miguel Alexander Pozo takes the lead of the Hispanic National Bar Association.

Hispanic Heritage Month: Jovita Idar

Jovita Idár was a journalist who reported discrimination against Mexican children and the lynchings of Mexicans by Texas Rangers for her father's newspaper, La Crónica, for which she wrote under a pseudonym.

Sailors Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month

Sailors assigned to the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72) celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with special lunch.

NALAC Again Hosts Hispanic Art Experts

The National Association of Latino Arts and Cultures (NALAC) gathers Latino arts experts in the Bronx Saturday, Sept. 28.

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