Diversity Partnership News
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.
Hispanics United, the largest Hispanic organization in Buffalo, N.Y., can keep two large vacant houses
its former executive director tried to sell for a dollar last year, a judge
Jorge Riopedre runs Casa de Salud, which provides clinical and mental health care for the uninsured, with a special focus on the Hispanic community.
The San Diego County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce invites professionals and business leaders to celebrate Cinco de Mayo a little early this year.
University of Houston Hispanic Studies department chair Ana Bencomo was awarded a Core Fulbright U.S. Scholar Grant.
Investigative journalist Geraldo Rivera will deliver the keynote address at Radio Ink's Hispanic Radio Conference May 16-17 at the Biltmore Hotel in Miami.
Fred Diaz, one of Chrysler's highest ranking executives, is joining Nissan as the Japanese automaker vies for U.S. industry sales and prepares to roll out a redesigned Titan pickup.
Many business organizations today are experiencing "diversity fatigue," while others are experiencing great success with diversity initiatives. The difference often lies in the basic assumptions about diversity, what it means and what it can achieve.
The statewide organization has a network of
more than 65 Hispanic chambers and business associations throughout the state,
representing more than 700,000 business owners.
The International Speedway Corp. has added Sonia Maria Green and Larry D. Woodard to its board of directors, the company announced Wednesday.
U.S. Hispanic enrollment in higher education has never been greater, Yvette Donado noted in her keynote address at the Latino Institute's annual conference Wednesday in Princeton, N.J., meaning now is the time to address opportunities for expanding the role of Hispanics in education.
The National Hispanic Construction Association will offer a webinar titled, "Federal Contracting What You Absolutely Need to Know."
MundoFox names entertainment industry veteran to broadcast post.