When Teresa Wright moved to Montgomery Village in the 1970s, her family was the fifth Latino family in the neighborhood. Wright asked her realtor for the names of the other four, and then she ...
Karla Silvestre currently serves as the Director of Community Engagement at Montgomery College, and she is a newly elected member of the Montgomery County, Maryland Board of Education. A native of ...
Janet Murguía is the President of UnidosUS, formerly National Council of La Raza, the largest national Hispanic civil rights and advocacy organization in the US. Under Murguíia’s lead, UnidosUS has ...
Lori Montenegro is one of the most influential and experienced journalists on Spanish-language television. Until her current appointment, she spent more than a dozen years as Noticias Telemundo’s ...
Silvia Martinez is Professor at Howard University. Her work in speech and language pathology focusing on education and health disparities in Hispanics and African Americans has gained her numerous ...
They began the madness six years ago. Two brothers: the eldest, a former Olympian; and the youngest, a sailing captain in the Mediterranean, opened a food business on wheels that is becoming known ...
His name is known in the active community of Salvadorans in the Washington area, but also in Intipucá and San Miguel in El Salvador. Manfredo Mejía, who emigrated from "el pulgarcito" four decades ago ...
When the well-being of her school was at stake, Sonia Gutiérrez would never take no for an answer. Every step of the way was a fight, at the end she won and the results are there for all to see: more ...
Fredy Diaz, The Founder and President of Telecel Marketing Solutions, has over 18 years of experience in the call center and direct marketing industries. He founded his business in the year 2000.
Patricia De Lima immigrated to Virginia from her native Venezuela in 2004. She became the first Hispanic woman to lead El Zol Radio’s afternoon show and soon after moved to take over El Zol’s morning ...
Maria Patricia Corrales is a business and community leader in Washington, D.C. Her contributions have helped build a strong foundation to help Latino-owned enterprises and Latino-led nonprofit ...
Jovita Carranza serves as the 44th Treasurer of the United States. Consistent with Treasury’s mission to maintain a strong economy, fuel economic growth, and promote prosperity and stability, ...