Diversity Partnership News
The National Hispanic Corporate Council has named Octavio A. Hinojosa Mier as its executive director.
The founder and executive director of Clínica Tepeyac is being honored by the NFL on Sunday.
Hispanics are expected to become a majority in California next year, the state said Friday
Juan J. Dominguez was picked as Latino Attorney of the Year by the Hispanic National Bar Association.
Teach for America is bringing more than 600 new Hispanic teachers to the nation's classrooms this school year, the largest incoming corps of Hispanic teachers in the organization's history.
Seasoned nuclear industry veteran Luis A. Reyes has been elected to FirstEnergy Corp.'s Board of Directors. Reyes has more than 36 years experience in the field, including senior leadership positions at the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC).
Sheilyan Vega saw plenty of fires growing up.
The United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce honors three chambers for their accomplishments.
Cassandra Sanchez, a student at Arizona Western College, got to represent Yuma in the national Hispanic College Quiz show.
The League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC), together with New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez will work to promote Common Core State Standards (CCSS).
Cesar Conde has jumped from Univision to take up a top position at NBCUniversal, where he will report to CEO Steve Burke.
LatinoJustice PRLDEF will host a Twitter interview with its president Juan Cartagena on Sept. 19.
In honor of National Hispanic Heritage Month, this rates aggregator examined how 52 million Hispanics living in America positively impact the U.S. economy as consumers, taxpayers, workers and business leaders.
Richard R. Ramos, who grew up in the tough barrio of northeast Los Angeles, gave an inspirational talk in Buffalo, N.Y., this week on how to get Hispanic youths off the street and onto the path of success.
A New York City role model program for Hispanic youth celebrates its sixth anniversary during Hispanic Heritage Month.