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This is a group where Hispanic professionals from all over the state of California can network with one another.

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Comment by RIG GAL on November 4, 2008 at 7:49pm
These are some of my pics...

Comment by Latin Lady Dj Margarita! on October 29, 2008 at 3:39am
My sincere appreciation to Ricardo Villaba, who extended a kind and warm invitation to join this California Group. Ricardo found me in the Hawaii group where I have a loving group of friends and even closer ones who've I've honored with the title of "familia".

I look forward to getting to know some of you here, to making new acquaintances and hopefully some great friends as well.

My philosophy on business and life is pretty simple and something I'm sure most professionals concur with the following:

1) "You never get a second opportunity to make a good first impression".

2) "People do business with people". Never forget the personal touch, art of listening and don't be afraid to go above and beyond.

Most repeat business will come by way of personal referrals from satisfied individuals who are out there promoting you, your personal & business ethics and obviously your performance. Always give your best, be your best and the best will come back to you!

Hope to hear from some of you soon. Until then, God bless you with avalanches of abundance.

"Live, Love, Laugh & Salsa! The Rest is Optional!"

Latin Lady Dj Margarita!
Comment by Alvaro Gomez Peniche on October 28, 2008 at 11:41am
Hello Amigos,
Is a pleasure to be here! Let's make great things happen. You know, First Minority, that has to mean something, right?...that has to have some specific Add-Value, o no??
Comment by Patricia Cortez on October 28, 2008 at 11:12am
Hi everyone! I'm new to this site and group. I'm an HR Manager stuck in a rut. I keep working for these companies that have convenient policies per employee. What ever happened to the companies that treat everyone equally and enforce the policies that are in the actual employee handbook or am I just dreaming?
Comment by Araceli Garza on October 20, 2008 at 6:33pm
Hi everyone! I am new to this community. I've never belonged to a "group" online, so how has everyone benefited from belonging to California?
Comment by Gabriel Gonzalez on October 17, 2008 at 7:52pm
Let me know how I can help you help me help you. -Gabriel/Atomiczilla
Comment by Caesar Gutierrez on October 17, 2008 at 8:39am
Hola Amigos y Amigas! My name is Caesar Gutierrez and I am a buyer in the Purchasing and Supply Management unit of VSP (Vision Service Plan). I am in charge of printing and promotional. I have been with VSP for over 12 years and absolutely love my job. I live in Sacramento with my wife of over 3 years. If anyone is ever in Sacramento, let me know and we can meet up and talk about how Hispanics are changing the landscape of this great state!

Que pasen buen dia!
Comment by Carlos A. Candelaria on October 9, 2008 at 1:54pm
The unfortunate side of politics is that they all seem to talk out of "both sides" of their mouth, and the real issues only seem to be hot topics to get them votes and somehow disappear once they get into office.

The Latino community is facing a major crisis in this country - more than any other community - in my opinion. Many of our elders and immigrants lack the guidance to get the help they need regarding health issues and rely on "snake oil potions" to treat their ailments. Many people peddle these products to them knowing that they can easily take advantage of the less educated ones amongst us. It is up to the healthcare professionals at all levels of the spectrum in our community to get the word out and get a true initiative going where our parents and grand parents can be informed. We can no longer rely on the politicians; we need to take care of our own.

Same thing for the housing crisis. In my line of work I come across too many heartbreaking stories of families who were completely mislead and uniformed about the type of mortgages they received and our now facing the devastating reality of being homeless. The American Dream was dangled in front of them and it is now being taken away. I'm just tired of Hispanics being the doormat the vultures in our society come to wipe their dirty feet on. Taking advantage of language barriers in the name of the almighty dollar.
Comment by Leonor McCall-Rodriguez on October 8, 2008 at 3:14pm
I am a health insurance professional. I am concerned about the plans I hear from both Presidential candidates. Diabetes in Hispanic kids and adults is on the rise. So is heart disease for Latinas. Asthma in some areas. No one seems to talk about specific diseases and access to care for that. I deal with many Spanish speaking shoppers who have a really hard time with this. We need to raise awareness and educate each other.
Comment by Angie Reyes on September 29, 2008 at 10:13pm
Ms. Price,

I'm down with LA ... thanks for lookin out! Look forward to the many new connections we'll make here.

Angie Reyes

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