Symposium by HACR prepares Hispanics for leadership roles in business.
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This was the first of four Global Speaker Series event AL DÍA is planning to host in the next calendar year.
Para cambiar la narrativa, los hispanos deben hacerse con el mensaje.
To change the narrative, Hispanics must own the message.
The Honorable Rosie G. Rios discussed efforts to further the successes of women as one of the speakers at the HACR Symposium.
Latinos, though, are struggling to do the same.
Participants at the 27th annual HACR Symposium urged to come together to help expand the network of Hispanics running Fortune 100 and 500 companies.
The annual symposium brings together the nation’s most influential Hispanic leaders and Fortune 500 executives committed to advancing Hispanic Inclusion in the areas of Employment, Procurement, Philanthropy, and Governance.
Nurses are uniquely qualified to teach community members about how to live healthy lives, including by promoting health insurance literacy, which is what Dr. Adriana Perez does.
AL DÍA is celebrating the new generation of professional nurses enriching diversity in the top health organization of our region.
The impact that diversity of thought can make in the workplace holds true in any sector.
La Conferencia Latinoamericana de Wharton (WHALAC) abordó el tema de las mujeres en el liderazgo y la diversidad de género, como una de sus muchas.
The Wharton Latin American Conference (WHALAC) took on the topic of women in leadership and gender diversity, as one of their many.
Nearly a decade after enduring the prison and immigration system, Mario Benitez has rebuilt his life in Mexico.
Joseph Colon has sacrificed in search of the truth and hold people accountable but he says it is worth it.
The USHCC is one of the many organizations calling in support for a quick resolution to DACA and Dreamer support within the U.S.
Líderes influyentes y figuras públicas se unieron a AL DÍA para celebrar los logros de cinco líderes de ascendencia hispana en el área de Filadelfia que tienen un impacto positivo en la región.
"Para nosotros es realmente un reconocimiento que la región de Filadelfia sea un lugar donde la comunidad latina está teniendo un impacto significativo", Jennifer Rodriguez, presidenta de GPHCC.
Maritza Padua joins Gov. Tom Wolf's Advisory Commission on Latino Affairs (GACLA).
La Cámara de Comercio del área metropolitana de Filadelfia organizó la primera recepción legislativa con el objetivo ayudar a los empresarios latinos a desarrollar contactos con funcionarios del gobierno local.
As the first Latina president of the Pennsylvania Bar Assotiacion, Sharon López knows her duty well: making sure the organization keep its relevance in the upcoming years.