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Latino Leaders

Latino Leaders January - February 2018

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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2 min.
from the desk of the publisher

Latino Leaders Magazine has worked with the USHCC since our very inception in 1999. We have interviewed and worked with whoever has been at the front throughout the years. We have gone to events where Presidents, Governors, top corporate captains and leaders have addressed its massive audiences. Our philosophy has always been to support the Latino business owners of our community. We need to recognize that when the USHCC came under the leadership of Javier Palomarez, as CEO, and Nina Vaca, as Chair of the Board, the organization gained momentum and started growing tremendously in influence and relevance. It has become one of the most influential organizations in the Latino community of the United States. Over the years, we perceived the leadership of Javier Palomarez as clear, dynamic and strong. Sometimes…

1 min.
letter from the editor

It feels like it has been forever since our last edition. But, taking flight can be a slow process at times. Our first edition of the year is our Business Edition. We have gathered articles and stories of some Latino entrepreneurs, leaders, and business owners who have reached a level of success worthy of recognition. We also have included the list of this year’s Best Employers for Latinos. These companies have placed value on Latinos and other minorities. With an eye on growth and innovation, they have created tools, resources, and initiatives with Latinos in mind. 2018 will definitely be a great year. To kick it off, check out our newly designed website. We opted for a fresher and cleaner appearance. Our magazine will also be getting a face lift. Starting…

1 min.
letter from the director

Our first issue of 2018 pays tribute to the most valuable asset any small business or corporation can rely on: employees. Human capital is still the most valuable asset of all, even in the tech era where it’s value is frequently undermined. In the end, people make things happen. That is why we wanted to launch 2018 celebrating the Best Employers for Latinos 2018. This index, which was developed with input of some of the most respected organizations for Latino advancement took into consideration metrics such as recruitment initiatives, employee resource groups, professional advancement opportunities and leadership development programs. We are honored to recognize these leaders in diversity and will be looking forward to showcasing the stories of their Latino talent in issues to come. A special shout out is due…

3 min.
the hispanic advisory council of cancer treatment centers of america works to change latino health habits

“WE WANT LATINOS TO STOP BEING NEGATIVE AND FATALISTIC,” SHE SAYS. “WE WANT PEOPLE IN OUR COMMUNITY TO THINK PROACTIVELY AND TAKE CHARGE OF THEIR HEALTH. THAT’S WHAT PREVENTION IS ALL ABOUT.” THE ¡NO ESPERES! campaign originated with the CTCA Hispanic Advisory Council (HAC) as a response to the harsh realities of cancer in the Hispanic community. According to the American Cancer Society, 1 in 3 Hispanic men and 1 in 3 Hispanic women will be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetimes. Cancer is also recognized as the leading cause of death among Hispanics. Accomplished medical professional and chairperson of the HAC, Dr. Elena Rios, is leading the ¡No Esperes! movement. Rios has been at the forefront of Latino health policy and advocacy since the first Clinton Administration, in which she served…

4 min.
nfl hispanic leaders alliance

The National Football League (NFL) continues taking major steps towards their engagement with the Hispanic Community. While the number of Hispanic viewers who watch football has increased, so have the efforts of engagement. Presently, the NFL has built conjoined relationships with Hispanics all over by hosting games in their native countries and expanding TV coverage to fit Spanish language speakers. The league continues to build its reputation with the Hispanic community by connecting with Hispanic leaders, programs and networks worldwide. One of the organizations already set in place is the Hispanic Heritage Leadership Awards. Over the past seven years, the NFL along with the Hispanic Heritage Fund (HHF) has held the award ceremony in light of recognizing the hard work of Hispanic pioneers within the community who have gone above and beyond for…

5 min.
insuring the latino legacy

“A GOOD ADVISOR WILL WORK WITH YOU TO COME UP WITH A PLAN AND WILL BE WITH YOU FOR YEARS TO GUIDE YOU THROUGH THE TWISTS AND TURNS OF LIFE,” For the estimated 56.6 million Latinos in the United States, attaining the American dream extends beyond family roots. It means planning for the financial future of the largest minority block in the country. Financial planning, including the insurance market, is evolving to a much more culturally inclusive sales approach. As Hispanic buying power totaled $1.7 trillion in 2017, firms not investing in cultural competency are turning their back on lucrative profit margins. Lizzie Dipp Metzger, a financial advisor for Eagle Strategies LLC, an insurance agent for New York Life Insurance Company and a registered representative of NYLIFE Securities LLC, is at the forefront…