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Puerto Rico

Se parte de la nacion Borinquena! This is a group where Hispanic professionals from all over Puerto Rico and the World can network with one another

Location: Puerto Rico
Members: 151
Latest Activity: Sep 1, 2017

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PUERTO RICO: Modern American Apartheid

Started by Eva Fontanez Aug 13, 2014.

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Started by David Aponte Resto. Last reply by Brenda Rodriguez Apr 3, 2013.

Latino Authors & Writers Conference

Started by Arnaldo Lopez Nov 24, 2010.

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Comment by Candy Torres on July 6, 2011 at 10:25pm
I have been living in Houston for 27 years. I am very sad about the last space shuttle launch. I wish we had a new space vehicle to replace it. A lot of people will be losing their jobs. For myself I am launching my public speaking career. Look for the space shuttle coverage on CNN. Technorican CNN iReport
Comment by Maribel Maldonado Rivera on May 25, 2011 at 2:25pm
Saludos desde el Bronx. Tengo una relocalización prevista a mi casa en PR, y como tal me dirijo a ustedes en busca de trabajo en PR. Soy un profesional en el campo de Sistemas Informáticos (IT). Tengo un bachillerato en Administracion de Emprezas con una concentración en Sistemas Informáticos. Si conoces de alguna oportunidad favor de comunicarse conmigo. Se lo agradeceré. Atentamente...Maribel.
Comment by Norberto Rivera on January 3, 2011 at 8:04pm

Estan Engañando tu Paladar!

Si piensas por un momento en esa comida irresistible que tanto te gusta, es hasta posible que ese pensamiento te haga la boca agua.  Lo peor de esto es que hay una gran posibilidad que ese alimento no sea un vegetal pero si una comida altamente procesada.  Y esa comida fue fabricada deliberadamente con una precisa combinación de ingredientes para que mueva dentro de tu ser la misma urgencia de tenerla que las urgencias que siente un adicto para usar su droga o un alcohólico para usar el alcohol.

Ya se sabe que 8 de cada 10 personas están en sobrepeso.  ¿Por qué?  Debe haber un balance entre la comida que ingerimos y la energía que usamos.  Todo indica que el factor donde hemos perdido el control es la comida.


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Comment by Jorge Nunez on January 3, 2011 at 11:34am

Como no sé escribir necesito y por esto les pido que me acepten en este grupo tan bello y valioso.  :~) Jorge Núñez

Comment by Jose G. Cruz on December 23, 2010 at 3:59pm

Saludos desde Illinois a todos mis hermanos Boricuas,

Les deseo una Navidad llena de Felicidad, Alegria y Amor!

Que el Año Nuevo los llene de bendiciones y que todos sus deseos se hagan realidad!

Comment by Evelyn Jackson on November 21, 2010 at 10:07am
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Comment by Amy Stein on November 17, 2010 at 9:40am
Good morning a todos. My name is Amy, I was born in the Bronx but raised in Aguadilla, Puerto Rico since I was a baby. Moved to Long Island and then spent a lot of years in West Virginia. I have now been living in California and although it is not home, I have had the opportunity to meet many other Puerto Ricans and still get a little taste of food from home. I look forward to connecting with many of you. If you live in Southern California, please let me know. Would love to meet and make new friends.
Comment by R David Marquez, Esq. on November 17, 2010 at 7:56am
Saludos everyone. I am happy to be here and meet all of you. I live and work on Long Island, not quite la isla del encanto, but I call it home. My family originates from Mayaguez, but I am a second generation New Yorker. Having said that, I attended and graduated from the Inter American University of Puerto Rico in San German in the mid 1970's and graduated from IAU’s Facultad De Derecho in 1977. Seems like yesterday, or maybe the day before. I also have an M.B.A. degree, I am married and have lovely daughter. I have managed to conduct a litigation practice for the last 26 years in New York handling a wide variety of matters ranging from medical malpractice to criminal defense. I can be contacted by email at david@rdavidmarquez.com. I am always eager to network and if anyone needs help with a New York case, state or federal, and your client can pay both of us a fee, please call. If you are ever in my neck of the woods on a late Friday afternoon and need someone to celebrate Vierne Social with, email me. I am always up for a good time.
Comment by Carlos L. Mercado on September 29, 2010 at 12:56pm
Aloha my fellow Borinquenos! I am just joining this forum for the first time. Here is little view into my recent background. I have been living in Hawaii for 4 years. I retired from the U.S. Coast Guard after serving 25 years. I've earned a BS in psychology/management and a MBA. Currently, I work for a private corporation out of Washington, DC; however, my client is the U.S. Navy in Pearl Harbor, HI. I am looking for other business/employment oppportunities that can utilize my skills and background.
Comment by Elsa Bracero on August 28, 2010 at 8:52am
Hello to all of my fellow Puerto Ricans!! Love you guys. Soooo happy to have found this site! I was born in Ponce, grew up on the Jersey shore and moved to sunny CA. I have a Bachelors in Education. I have a Masters on the East Coast in Psychology and another one on the West Coast in Psychology-MFT. I have done tons of different types of Social Work, HR-Employee Relations, Recruitment, etc. Currently heading up mental health services for young children/parents/teachers/ etc. Love what I do - if I can be of service to any of "mi familia", estoy para servirles. If I can assist with finding jobs, or in any other way I will do my best - CA. is beautiful and looks just like our beloved island. Please e-mail, I would LOVE to hear from my extended family. Be blessed!!

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