Lorraine Cortes-Vazquez

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President
Hispanic Federation

The Hispanic Federation consists of 81 health and human service agencies serving more than 2 million Hispanics in the New York area. The federation provides more than $1 million in grants every year to its membership. Under Ms. Cortes-Vazquez’s leadership, the organization started an emergency relief project to help individuals and organizations affected by natural disasters. The federation leads the Latino Fund Collaborative and provides a channel for Hispanic philanthropy.
 
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