Maria Hinojosa Three times named one of the 100 Most Influential Latinos in the United States by Hispanic Business magazine. She has received the Ruben Salazar Communications Award from the National Council of La Raza Inducted into the “She Made It” Hall of Fame at the Paley Center/Museum of Television and Radio in a program that honors women trail blazers in the media. Award.http://www.futuromediagroup.org/home/maria-hinojosa/about/
Are you a woman looking to advance in your career and take great strides to succeed professionally and thrive personally? Join the Hispanic Alliance for Career Enhancement's Women's Leadership Program Mujeres de HACE at the Spring 2012 Kick-Off Information Session. Featured Keynote: Elizabeth Ortiz, Vice President of Institutional Diversity & Equity at DePaul University http://www.haceonline.org/event/mujeres-de-hace-spring-2012-chicago-kick-information-session
The National Hispanic University announced that it has formed an advisory board which will be chaired by the Hon. Henry Cisneros, former secretary of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Click to discover other prominent leaders from across the country who will also join the new board.
Monsignor Richard J. Bozzelli discusses challenges and opportunities in Hispanic Ministries during the National Hispanic Ministry Conference at St. John the Evangelist, Columbia Oct. 17. The conference shows the church's continuous effort to reach out to different cultures in the archdiocese and make everyone feel welcome. There is also a slideshow of the whole event.
All things Hispanic. Are you hoping to reconnect with your heritage, searching for a Hispanic-serving college, or simply looking for a new recipe to try? It's all in USA TODAY's American Life: Hispanic Living.
Adryana Boyne on Hispanic Outreach Adryana Boyne, founder and National Director of http://vocesaction.org/, is one of the most well-known Hispanic conservatives in Texas and the US. Mrs. Boyne's mission is to inform and empower Hispanics to express their conservative fiscal and social values, and to serve as a bridge between Hispanics and non-Hispanics on conservative issues.
CNN named Rev. Samuel Rodriguez, “The leader of the Hispanic Evangelical movement.” The Wall St. Journal identified him as one of America’s most influential Hispanic Leaders, and the only religious leader on the list.