Diversity Partnership News
Juan del Busto, former regional executive of the Federal Reserve Bank of
Atlanta's Miami branch,
has joined the Ocean Bank board of directors.
The Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey (SHCC-NJ) and the African American Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey (AACCNJ) announced a strategic
partnership and alliance in Newark this week.
The Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI) will present Salma Hayek and Juan Andrade Jr. with its highest honor during celebrations of Hispanic Heritage Month in October.
Bill Lansford, 90, a Latino Marine and Army veteran who sought to bring honor to the contributions of other Latinos who served in the nation's wars, died May 22 at his Playa del Rey home. The cause was complications of prostate cancer, his wife Ruth said.
The minority population boom is echoing through the region's classrooms.
The Sandia National Laboratories organizes the Manos program for Hispanic middle school students. The program is a possible blueprint for how to get students interested in math, science and engineering.
Julie Morgas Baca has a vision for the National Hispanic Cultural Center Foundation.
The Virginia Department of Veterans Services is teaching employers how
to hire military veterans -- and, more importantly, how to keep them.
The Boy Scouts of America voted to accept
openly gay Scouts in a divisive decision that could lead to loss of members.
Joseph Castro, vice chancellor at U.C. San Francisco, has been appointed the first Hispanic president in Fresno State University's 102-year history.
The Corporate Equity & Inclusion Roundtable said they will work to
boost Pittsburgh's dubious standing near the bottom of rankings that gauge
minority employment and demographic representation.
Jennifer Lopez, mobile phone mogul in additional to all her other accomplishments, has teamed up with Verizon Wireless to launch a new mobile phone brand.
Registration is now open for sponsors and exhibitors at the National Society of Hispanic MBAs (NSHMBA) Annual Conference & Career Expo in San Antonio this October.
The long-building demographic change in California will not only change the
face of the state - but also change the face of its businesses.
General Motors Chairman and CEO Dan Akerson discusses why many of America's top "car guys" are actually women.