La conferencia anual promueve discusiones abiertas con la comunidad latinoamericana en la región, reforzando sus lazos y generando oportunidades para tejer redes.
The annual conference prompts open discussions with the Latin American community on the region, while building stronger community and generating opportunities to network.
The conference is designed to inform and engage leaders on the best practices pertaining to talent growth and attraction.
The Greater Philadelphia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce held their 29th Annual Meeting on Mar. 27, but this year, allowed members to make their own suggestions and recommendations for the 2019-2020 Latino Small Business Agenda.
The official TV partner of the 18th Annual AL DÍA Philadelphia Diverse City Career Fair can help further promote the need for the diversity in the city to extend out to the workplace.
Three sisters—each experiencing bouts with lupus—educate, advocate, and support other women of color battling the disorder through their non-profit, ASK Lupus.
Thanks to Licha, her husband, Danny, and their three sons, Moxie Blue Salon remains a family business, in every sense of the phrase.
For the third straight year, Immigrant Business Week will function to honor the immigrant business community in Philadelphia, and provide valuable resources for current and aspiring immigrant entrepreneurs.
The Chamber announced the partnership with the goal of helping amplify the voices of America’s diverse small business community.
The former senator will be remembered for his tremendous contributions towards eliminating gender discrimination in schools and universities, as well as several other constitutional reform legislation.
Gabriel Rosado will be fighting back in his hometown for the first time in seven years.
In her role with BP, Kathleen Martinez does ample work in promoting the careers of fellow Hispanic women.
The community foundation launched a number of key initiatives to promote their big centennial anniversary.
Jessica Mendoza, a trailblazer for women in baseball, joins a very small list of women currently in an advisory role for Major League Baseball teams.
On Feb. 28th, the Hispanic Bar Association (HBA) of Pennsylvania honored Enriquez with the La Justicia award for her work as Director of Philadelphia’s Office of Immigrant Affairs.
During a conversation with Philadelphia Inquirer reporter Jenice Armstrong, Gilliam touched on a number of topics, including her memoir, her early experiences as a reporter, the need for diversity, and the current state of the media and democracy.
Miriam Enriquez will receive the award at the La Justicia Award ceremony on Thursday, Feb. 28.
The faith-based organization will be one of four award winners at the event, who will each be honored for their impacts throughout the city.
Shortly after veteran journalist Tom Brokaw sparked a controversy with his call for Latinos in the U.S. to better “assimilate,” the Knight Commission released a telling report on the state of journalism in the U.S.
A team of Temple University public relations students are launching a campaign addressing the lack of diversity in the public relations field, as an entry for the Bateman Competition.
Through their many initiatives, the Community College of Philadelphia aims to not only recruit, but also retain Latino students.
The 27-member organization named these three things, among several other things, as needed components of 21st century journalism, in a 200-plus page report.
Alejandro Jimenez came to the United States from Mexico at 15 years old. Now, every time he steps in the ring, he fights for those who are facing similar battles.
El Dr. Max Mercado, afiliado a Temple Health, Jeanes Hospital y Nazareth Hospital, ve su práctica en medicina interna como una oportunidad para crear un ambiente acogedor para todos los pacientes.
Dr. Max Mercado, affiliated with Temple Health, Jeanes Hospital and Nazareth Hospital, sees his practice in internal medicine as an opportunity to create a welcoming environment for all patients.