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An Evening with Pew Hispanic and an Analysis of Census 2010

Dear Colleagues,  Please join us for this (free) event that is happening on Wednesday, 4/27 in Chevy Chase, MD!  http://www.meetup.com/reachinglatinosonline/events/17088275/ We'll have appetizers, beer / wine, lots of great networking, and a very interesting presentation by Mark Hugo Lopez from Pew Hispanic. Have a great weekend,  Carla BricenoBixal www.bixal.comSee More
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An Evening with Pew Hispanic and an Analysis of Census 2010

If you're in the Greater DC area, please join us on April 27th for an informative session with Mark Hugo Lopez from the Pew Hispanic Center!Mark will share his observations and analysis of recently-released 2010 Census data.  Specifically he will address the growth of the Latino population, its rising share of the U.S. population, and its dispersion across the nation.  He’ll also provide an overview of the Pew Hispanic Center and the work they do. …See More
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An Evening with Pew Hispanic and an Analysis of Census 2010 at Chevy Chase, MD

April 27, 2011 from 6pm to 9pm
Please join us on April 27th for an informative session with Mark Hugo Lopez from the Pew Hispanic Center!Mark will share his observations and analysis of recently-released 2010 Census data.  Specifically he will address the growth of the Latino population, its rising share of the U.S. population, and its dispersion across the nation.  He’ll also provide an overview of the Pew Hispanic Center and the work they do. …See More
Apr 22, 2011

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For the past two decades, I have worked with companies, non-profit organizations and consumers in the U.S. Hispanic community and in Latin America.

Prior to co-founding Bixal, I worked on Sprint Nextel’s Hispanic corporate website where I managed and grew the Hispanic eCommerce Team and provided leadership on three major Web initiatives.

My unique career path, which includes working with the Hispanic immigrant community in Southern CA, as a Peace Corps Volunteer and international development professional in Latin America, and in online communications and technologies with the online Hispanic Market, has provided me with a strong understanding of the cultural, linguistic, and technical issues involved in communicating with diverse and growing online Hispanic community and audiences in Latin America.

An avid blogger on the online Hispanic Market and active Drupal enthusiast, I am passionate about using new and innovative technologies, including websites, social media and mobile technologies, to effectively communicate with these diverse audiences.

I have an M.A. in International Public Administration and Advanced Spanish from the Monterey Institute of International studies, a B.A. in Political Science and International Relations from California State University, Long Beach, and a Certificate in Business Programming from the Chubb Institute.

My specialties include:

Web Design and Development, Project Management, Market Research, User Analysis, Web 2.0 Tools and Technologies, Social Media Marketing, Information Architecture, Content Management Technologies (Open Source and Proprietary), Internet Marketing, and Near Native Spanish skills - Written and Spoken.
what is your current, past or ideal job title?
Owner of a company that provides web communications and technology solutions to organizations interested in the US Hispanic and Latin American markets.
what languages do you speak?
English and Spanish
what countries have you lived in?
Guatemala, Mexico, US, Switzerland
what's your Hispanic connection?
Have worked with the US Hispanic and Latin American community for many years
where did you learn about nshp.org?
married

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An Evening with Pew Hispanic and an Analysis of Census 2010

If you're in the Greater DC area, please join us on April 27th for an informative session with Mark Hugo Lopez from the Pew Hispanic Center!

Mark will share his observations and analysis of recently-released 2010 Census data.  Specifically he will address the growth of the Latino population, its rising share of the U.S. population, and its dispersion across the nation.  He’ll also provide an overview of the Pew Hispanic Center and the work they do. …

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