Hispanic professional society & diversity job fairs at NSHP.org

Carlos Sanchez
  • Male
  • United States
Share on Facebook Share on Facebook Share

Carlos Sanchez's Groups

 

Carlos Sanchez's Page

Profile Information

about me
Carlos Sanchez was born in Caracas - Venezuela, where he grew up and spent great part of its life.

Obtaining a degree in Computer Science, he worked for financial institutions, Venezuela’s government oil companies and for Information Technology companies. His different positions took him to handle responsibilities in the area of international trade, what impulse him to reside in Florida - USA since 1992.

The obtained experiences living with the Latin Community of South Florida, along with his enterprise vision, ample knowledge of the Hispanic culture and a high human sensitivity, developed an interest of collaboration and communication of a subject, until then not very common for this minority, the health care education in their own language. It is when in 2004 SALUD al dia magazine was born. A Spanish magazine exclusively about health, that have been publishing positive messages to its readers since it was created.

In the performance of his responsibilities, he has maintained a very close and excellent relations with Hospitals, Universities, Doctors, Foundations, health care professionals, USA government health care institutions, becoming a channel of diffusion of these organizations for the Hispanic community in general.

Throughout his responsibilities as a Director and CEO of SALUD al dia magazine, he has received recognitions from the Board of County Commissioners of Broward County and the community, for his educational labor. In October 2008 he was distinguished with “The Hispanic HIV Leadership Award” given by Hispanic Committee “Latinos en Accion” and Broward County Health Department, SALUD al dia magazine was named the Official Spanish-Language Magazine 2009-2010 for Go Red for Women from the American Heart Association.. His natural vocation to get involved with the community, have taking him to held positions as part of the Healthcare Committee of the Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches, Director of Community Relations of the Latin Chamber of Commerce of Broward, Community Relations Council of Broward Health, Community Advisory Committee of the Hispanic Community Health Study from the University of Miami and active member of few Chambers of Commerce in South Florida.

In the International aspect of Mr. Sanchez community involvement, he is a continuous sponsor of Ronald Mc Donald House of Charity and their supporting programs that directly improve the health and well being of children worldwide. Thanks to his magazine, SALUD al dia, Mr. Sanchez also contributes to help Peace Corp from Zambia (Africa), to fundraise the necessary money to complete the project “Orphan and Vulnerable Children Housing in July/August 2008.

In recognition of his community activism, Mr. Sanchez had been invited to participate as a panelist for the first Coalition Panel on Health for Latinos, event organized by the Puerto Rican / Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (PRHCC) and held in Memorial Hospital Miramar on May, 2008. He shared responsibilities with some executives from the PRHCC and Healthcare Organizations as Memorial Healthcare System, National Kidney Foundation, Broward County Health Department, Hispanic Community Health Study (University of Miami), American Cancer Society, Broward Regional Health Planning Council, Life Alliance – Organ Donation (University of Miami); discussing topics about Health Awareness, Public Health and he have already participated in planning the second Coalition Panel to discuss HIV/AIDS “A Threat to the Hispanic Community” on December 1st 2008 at Ana G. Mendez University System.

Mr. Sanchez has been also distinguished with the honor to be invited to the “AHA Health for Life Community Forum” on October 22, 2008; organized by the American Health Association (AHA), South Florida Hospitals and Healthcare Association (SFHHA) and the Florida Hospital Association (FHA) and has been invited also by the South Florida Medical Group Management Association and the UHealth – University of Miami Health System, to participate in the forum “The Changing World of Medical Groups : How The Changes will affect Academic Medicine and Surrounding Communities” on October 8, 2008.

Last, but not least, Mr. Sanchez have been working very close with the biggest Hispanic Festival in south Florida, Puerto Rican Fiestas Patronales and Business Expo, in organizing a Health Pavilion with needed information to the community about health topics and free health screenings. The information and services they will be offering to the Festival visitors, counted with the support of Pfizer, South Florida Hospitals and Healthcare Association, BlueCross BlueShield, Aflac, local hospitals and healthcare providers.
what is your current, past or ideal job title?
SALUD al dia magazine, Director / CEO
what languages do you speak?
Spanish, English
what countries have you lived in?
Venezuela, United States
where did you learn about nshp.org?
married

Carlos Sanchez's Blog

Looking for Advertising/Marketing Experienced Sales Professional for Health Care Industry

Advertising/Marketing Experienced Sales Professional for Health Care Industry.

Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties in Florida.



SALUD al dia magazine calls on health care professionals and organizations in assigned sales territory and communicates advantages and benefits of advertising with our health magazine, plays a vital role in fostering the company’s reputation and image.





Who we are :



SALUD al dia magazine is the only Hispanic magazine… Continue

Posted on February 1, 2009 at 9:07am

Comment Wall

You need to be a member of Hispanic professional society & diversity job fairs at NSHP.org to add comments!

Join Hispanic professional society & diversity job fairs at NSHP.org

  • No comments yet!
 
 
 

About NSHP

With 25,000+ members, the National Society for Hispanic Professionals is the top US networking association for Hispanic professionals. It's free to join and this is a great place for you to connect with new people who share your interests, BUT it's not for selling or promoting your business. Join us today and ask here if in doubt about our policy.

Bilingual jobs

With 25,000+ members, the National Society for Hispanic Professionals is the top US networking association for Hispanic professionals.

Badge

Loading…

© 2020   Created by NSHP admin.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service