The recent elected officers at the National Council of Hispanic Employment Program Managers are:
National Chair: Jeffrey Vargas , HEPM, US Dept. of Energy
First Vice Chair: J. Carlos Manduley , PhD, National HEPM, US FAA, Office of Civil Rights.
Mr. Manduley was also recently honored by th U.S. Secretary of Transportation Norman Y. Mineta with a Secretary´s Excellence Award for contributing and supporting the Hispanic Employment Program at the FAA.
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Ernest "Ernie" Quintana is now the first Hispanic regional director in the NPS (National Park Service).
Mr. Quintana is also a recipient of the Stephen Tyng Mather Award for Conservation and the Director´s Wilderness Management and Stewardship Award.
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Has been promoted to the positions of Corporate Executive VP, General Counsel & Corporate Secretary for McDonald´s Corp.
For McDonald´s USA, Rudy R. Mendez , has been named VP of Diversity.
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Delia Orjuela has been promoted to the position of Senior Director of Latin Music for BMI.
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Received the 2003 Hispanic Association on Corporate Responsibility Governance Award. Lopez is the divisional VP of Hyatt Hotels and Resorts and the highest-ranking Hispanic in the company.
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Ricardo Orozco has been promoted to VP of Human Resources for Banta Corp.´s print division.
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Xiomara A. Sosa is the President & CEO of the National Society for Hispanic Professionals, Inc. (NSHP). Ms. Sosa began her career in Manhattan, NY as a Policy Review Assistant in the Policy Implementation Section at the New York Compensation Insurance Rating Board. She later moved to Ft. Lauderdale, FL to start her position as Financial Administrative Assistant in the data processing department for Goldman, Klasfeld, Horkey and Ferraro, P.A. While in Florida she served in the United States… Continue
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- Best Companies to Work For Each year, Hispanic Magazine chooses companies based on a surveyof the company's recruitment efforts,
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Who we are | Mission | Membership | Timeline | Contact Us
It is a great pleasure to introduce The National Society for Hispanic Professionals (NSHP). I have always dreamed that there would… Continue
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ARTICLE 1 THE ASSOCIATION
Section 1.1 Name The name of the incorporated business as stated in the Articles of Incorporation is National Society for Hispanic Professionals (the "Association").
Section 1.2 Liability The liability for debts of the Association shall be limited to property of the Association.
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- Only 0.4% of America's senior executives in the largest 1,500 firms are…
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Peter Villegas has been named first vice president of Emerging Markets for the Community & External Affairs Division at Washington Mutual
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Anna Escobedo Cabral, president and CEO of the Hispanic Association on Corporate Responsibility in Washington, D.C., has been named the new director of the Smithsonian Center for Latino Initiatives.
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National Urban League taps new chief. Marc Morial has been appointed as the new president and chief executive officer. Mr. Morial succeeds Hugh B. Price who announced in November 2002 his intention to resign in April 2003.
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Mexican-American businessman purchases Anaheim Angels. Arturo Moreno has become the first Hispanic owner of a major league sports franchise when Major League Baseball owners approved his purchase of the Anaheim Angels baseball team from the Walt Disney Co.
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Hispanic Lawyer to be U.S. Magistrate, Edwin G. Torres, 35, a Bolivian-born lawyer was selected by a majority of the full-time federal district judges in South Florida to an eight-year term as a magistrate.
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Jovita Carranza has been named vice president of UPS air operations in Louisville, Kentucky.
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