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Latino Leaders November - December 2017

Latinos Leaders Magazine is the only publication that targets the most influential Latinos in the United States. For more than a decade, Latino Leaders Magazine has featured the top leaders in all industries: business, fashion, music, science, politics and more. The mission of Latino Leaders Magazine is to highlight those stories of success within the Latino community both for the present and for the inspiration of future leaders. Leaders who have been featured in Latino Leaders Magazine include: Emilio Estefan, Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, Cheech Marin, John McCain, John Kerry, Robert Rodriguez and many more.

País:
Mexico
Idioma:
English
Editor:
Ferraez Comunicacion SA de CV
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from the desk of the publisher

This edition bears our 3rd annual Top Latino Lawyers feature. Like we do with other similar lists, this is the result of our own research, submissions from advisors and a self-nomination process we started months ago with all the major firms with Latino partners across the Country. We’re proud to present fantastic profiles of Lawyers and Legal Counsels that are leading their own practices or have major roles in important national firms. That’s why we decided to give the cover to one of these bright, aggressive and talented lawyers, Juan Dominguez and his law practice in California. As most of the ones on the list, Dominguez is a great example of all these lawyers: successful cases, community involvement, and excellent track records. On the other side of this “coin” is our Best…

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letter from the editor

And then there was one…. It is my pleasure to introduce you to our last edition of the year. For this edition, we wanted to finish off strong. We have combined two power industries in one edition, Education and Lawyers. Without fail, we have included dynamic interviews with top extraordinaires and leaders in their respective industry. Leaders like Houston-based lawyer Benny Agosto to education mover-and-shaker Diana Natalicio. The leaders included in this edition have all laid ground work for our future Latino professionals. The lists of the Top Latino Lawyers and the Best Colleges for Latinos has also made their annual appearance. The Top Latinos Lawyers list is a compilation of some of the most influential and devoted Lawyers in the country. Their service to the community has earned them a very-well…

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letter from the director

Our annual Education issue is one of the most relevant of the year because it reminds us of the ideal of the American Dream: That with hard work all people have a fair shot at a successful life, the promise that each generation can do better than the one before it; and that in the US advancement does not depend on being born with advantages. In an increasingly complex world higher education is an especially powerful gift of opportunity, and that is why it is so important to recognize those educational institutions that are gong the extra mile to provide access to Latino students and celebrate those leaders who have devoted their lives to providing a path to growth. We thank them all for their wonderful efforts. Making the dream real…

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lung cancer: the latino response

CANCER IS THE LEADING cause of death in Hispanics. According to a 2015 study conducted by the American Cancer Society (ACS), lung cancer remains the leading cause of cancer deaths among Hispanic men and the second leading cause of cancer deaths among Hispanic women. This data points to the sobering conclusion that lung cancer is one of the deadliest diseases today and our Hispanic community should be informed. The good news is that when detected early, treatment options for lung cancer are greatly increased. There are also many preventative measures that can be easily integrated into daily routines. Patricia Rich, MD, Medical Oncology Director, Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA) Lung Cancer Institute, stresses the importance of staying vigilant and encourages individuals to take it upon themselves to prevent the development of…

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colombia breeder of the new chef

NOWADAYS, the star is Leonor Espinosa, known for the great pride in the cuisine of Colombia, as well as promoting the country’s biodiversity. She is a woman who believes in her mission and pursues it. Now the world has recognized her as The Best Latin America´s Female Chef. Leonor will prove to the world that she is that kind of woman and cook. That she cares about her people and the local products of The Pacific, Caribbean and Amazon regions. Through her flagship, Leo, located in Bogotá for more than a decade, Espinosa has shown the homegrown ingredients of these regions in one plate, with dishes like yogurt cheese limonero ants and native potato; indios, tallo leaves, three meat gravy and Andean tubers; or the kapeshuna, native read bean, Santa…

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latin america’s 50 best restaurants

1. Maido, Lima, Perú 2. Centra,l Lima, Perú 3. D.O.M, São Paulo, Brasil 4. Pujol, Ciudad de México 5. Boragó, Santiago de Chile 6. Quintonil, Ciudad de México 7. Astrid y Gastón Lima, Perú 8. A Casa do Porco São Paulo, Brasil 9. Maní São Paulo, Brasil 10. Tegui Buenos Aires, Argentina 11. Sud 777, Ciudad de México 12. Osso Carnicería y Salumería, Lima, Perú 13. Don Julio, Buenos Aires, Argentina 14. 99, Santiago, Chile 15. La Mar, Lima, Perú 16. Lasai, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil 17. Harry Sasson, Bogotá, Colombia 18. Leo, Bogotá, Colombia 19. El Baqueano, Buenos Aires, Argentina 20. Maito, Panamá 21. Isolina, Lima, Perú 22. Parador La Huella, José Ignacio, Uruguay 23. Olympe, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil 24. Rafael, Lima, Perú 25. Pangea, Monterrey, México 26. Chila, Buenos Aires, Argentina 27. Mocotó São Paulo, Brasil 28. Gustu, La Paz Bolivia 29. Nicos , Ciudad de México, México 30. Malabar, Lima, Perú 31. Biko, Ciudad de México,…

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