Diversity Partnership News
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.
Two state agencies have suspended the corporate status of a
nonprofit Latino group that has recently pushed for local school boards and
cities to elect officials by geographic area.
First Lady Michelle Obama delivered remarks to the National Council of La Raza on Thursday.
Hispanics and blacks are more satisfied with their lives than they were five years ago, while whites' satisfaction remain unchanged, according to a Gallup poll.
Crowdismo, a crowdfunding platform, is a new online method for the U.S. Hispanic community to raise money.
Gov. Pat Quinn signed last week House Bill 3049, which will strengthen the
Illinois Latino Family Commission by increasing the voices of stakeholders.
The University of Texas at San Antonio College of Business will be the lead academic sponsor at the NSHMBA conference in San Antonio in October.
A stretch of Niagara Street in Buffalo, N.Y., has been designated as Avenida San Juan in recognition of the city's growing Hispanic population.