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Confirmed special guests for the executive programs of HACR in June

They bring together some of the highest-ranking Hispanic corporate executives in the country.


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Highlighting how the organization offers the opportunity to enhance professional development and accelerate the human capital of Latino mid-to-senior professionals, board members and emerging talent, the two and a half day training sessions offer the opportunity to connect with high-ranking representatives who are part of Fortune 500 companies.

HACR notes:

In addition to our great content, network with fellow peers within and across industries. This is a gathering of professionals that you can relate to on a professional, personal, and cultural level. Get to know your peers while strengthening your executive potential.

HACR's executive programs, to be held in San Francisco in June 12-14, are designed to empower leadership and bring together some of the nation's highest-ranking Hispanic corporate executives who want to jumpstart their upward trajectory. in corporate America and meet others who are doing the same.

Fireside chat with Almar Latour

Cid Wilson, president and CEO of HACR, will be part of the session ‘Diversity, Inclusion and the Future of Business Journalism: An Informal Chat with Almar Latour,’ renowned journalist and media executive known for bringing fresh ideas and perspectives to the world of business and publishing.

Wilson will speak with Latour, CEO of Dow Jones and owner of The Wall Street Journal, one of the world's most trusted news organizations.

Fireside Chat with Julio Portalatin

For its part, HACR also recently announced the event ‘Authentic Leadership: A Fireside Chat with Julio Portalatin,’ an accomplished leader in the financial services industry with extensive experience in investment management, risk management and operational management.

Portalatin has been an independent director of the State Street board since 2021, after retiring as CEO of Mercer, a Marsh & McLennan Companies business.

In addition, he has been a trustee of the World Economic Forum and has shared insights with a variety of outlets, including The Economist, The Wall Street Journal, Fortune, CBS, CNBC, Fox News, and CEO Magazine.

Currently, the executive leader actively supports several nonprofit organizations and serves on the boards of AARP, Covenant House International, Hofstra University, and Mt. Sinai Advisory.

HACR Young Hispanic Corporate Achievers

Already underway with 58 participants from 38 companies, HACR Young Hispanic Corporate Achievers is made up of rising Latino talent nominated for the program for advancing professionally while making a difference in their communities.

The program is an investment in high-potential Latino employees at Fortune 500 companies and HACR members who are nominated by their companies and selected for the program by HACR based on their demonstrated leadership qualities and commitment to the Hispanic community.

Attendees of the June event will also have the opportunity to meet the current class of HACR Young Hispanic Achievers before they are publicly announced. Nominations for the 2024 program will open in July.


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