Diversity Partnership News
The Mexican American Leadership Initiative of the U.S.-Mexico Foundation will honor former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton at its awards brunch in Los Angeles on Saturday.
Hispanics use Facebook more frequently and spend more time on social media than the U.S. Facebook market at large, and advertisers are looking for a way to target that audience.
San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro will be the keynote speaker at the Latino Policy Forum breakfast Friday in Chicago.
John Echeveste of VPE Public Relations will help the organization advocate for the PR profession.
Katherine Guzman of Sandia National Laboratories has earned a Luminary award for new developments in the field of risk management.
Pete Gallego, Rene Garcia and Rick Olivarez were elected to serve on the NALEO Educational Fund board of directors.
Casa Latina and Empire BlueCross BlueShield are partnering up for the Casa Latina Home Expo to provide fun and helpful hints on balancing an active lifestyle with raising a healthy crop of kids.
More Hispanic students are attending college in California but have among the lowest graduation rates.
Eliette Matos is tailor-made for her next challenge: chair of the Latino Scholarship Fund, which was founded to help Hispanic high school grads pursue higher education.
Spanish-language public television network Vme TV sponsored the New Jersey Hispanic chamber's annual convention.
Grameen America, an organization dedicated to helping women who live in poverty build small businesses, has added Antonia Hernandez to its board of directors.
Hispanic media company impreMedia has named Hernando Ruiz-Jemenez as general manager and Juan Varela as content director.
The Hispanic unemployment rate continued to improve but remained higher than the overall U.S. population's rate in September, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported.
Progreso Latino will hold its 36th annual gala on the Friday, Nov. 1, and thiis year's theme is "improving the odds for Latinos and immigrants in their early years."
A partnership between the Society of Hispanic Engineers and the U.S. Army is focused on developing futures leaders in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.