Diversity Partnership News
Recent graduates of the "Passport to Success" Hispanic Youth Leadership
Mentoring Program at Elkhardt Middle School in Virginia received certificates signed by the governor and other Commonwealth officials.
IMAGE de Northern Utah will honor educators from Weber State
University and Ogden Weber Applied Technology College during its "Legacy, an
Honorary Tribute" event.
Jose Manuel de la Rosa was honored at the recent 17th annual Conference of the National Hispanic Medical Association in Washington, D.C.
The Virginia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce's "Passport to Success" Hispanic Youth Leadership Mentoring Program celebrated its first 28 graduates at Elkhardt Middle School.
CEO Ramon Nunez is one of the few Hispanic executives to lead software companies in Silicon Valley. His latest startup, LiveHive, hopes to change the way workers collaborate.
After a hiring cycle that NFL commissioner Roger Goodell called
disappointing, the NFL hosted a career development symposium at Penn's
American Express this week announced Valerie Grillo as the company's chief diversity officer.
The Clorox Co.
and the Hispanic Scholarship Fund announced the 12
recipients of a
scholarship program aimed at supporting college-bound Hispanic high
schoolers and Hispanic moms.
Gonzalez is set to finish her third year of medical school in seven weeks, at
which point she'll return to San Antonio for the fourth and final year.
Sen. Mark R. Warner, D-Va., urged Virginia to do more business with small businesses owned by women and minorities.
In the wake of 2012's historic turnout at the voting booth, NALEO will gather policy leaders to discuss issues of concern to U.S. Hispanics at its June conference in Chicago.
The Tinley Park Police discriminated against a Hispanic officer when it passed him over for promotion, the Illinois Department of Human Rights has found.
Laura E. Sanchez, experienced in New Mexico politics, clean energy and local business, was named CEO of the Green Chamber of Commerce.
Hispanic and black communities have many similarities in immigration,
speakers said during a presentation held
early last week at California State University, Northridge.
New Mexico State University presidential candidate Elsa
Murano doesn't need to study the issues students face at the school; as a
first-generation college student and Cuban immigrant, she lived them, she said.