Diversity Partnership News
Key members of the Hispanic community will assist in strategic development for Vme TV's objectives and programming for 2014.
The well-known Houston firm of Herrera Partners has moved its offices, the company announced.
Teach For America makes Fortune's annual list of best places to work for the fourth year in a row.
Food industry veteran Luis Tejada is joining Goya Foods to lead its sales efforts.
Anne Marie Estevez joined the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI) as its pro bono general counsel.
Juan Sepúlveda was appointed senior vice president for station services at PBS following a national search.
Dr. Samuel Arce remains on the national board of the American Diabetes Association.
Hispanics represent just 3 percent of boardroom seats on Fortune 500 companies, according to the latest Corporate Governance Study by the Hispanic Association on Corporate Responsibility.
Florida A&M University's board of trustees approved Elmira Mangum as the school's first woman president, the school announced.
The era of usernames and passwords is finally over, according to digital infrastructure company Hoyos Labs, whose new app protects personal information with biometrics that can't be faked or hacked.
Comprehensive Care Corp. has named Ramon Martinez as its new president and elected him a member of its board of directors.
The popular Business Forecast Conference, organized by the San Joaquin County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, will help area businesses prepare for what the economy will bring in 2014.
Navarro Discount Pharmacy picked up a win in UnitedHealthcare's Targeted Intervention Program challenge for its efforts to improve Medicare beneficiaries' health and well-being.
Clear Channel Outdoor Holdings has appointed Carlos A. San Jose as its market president for its Chicago unit, the company's third-largest operation.
Victor H. Diaz, new leader of a commission responsible for arranging the sale of tax-exempt bonds on behalf of universities, hospitals and charter schools in the Pittsburgh area, wants to raise its profile.