Vol. 16 Nbr. 4, July - July 2015
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- Big things ahead.
- Mature, but not obsolete: the 101 is so much more than just a list.
- Community servant: George Acevedo, of JPMorgan, is a big believer in helping people follow their dreams.
- She's on a roll: ALPFA changed Karen Vergara's life, for the better.
- Leading the good path: Jim Alaniz, regional Vice President of Travelers, says the recipe for success is giving it all every day.
- Building the professional, and entrepreneurial Mexican community.
- Services of Latino leaders.
- Jarret Barrios: a champion for helping others.
- A traditional innovator: Angela Mastrofancesco of Comerica Bank believes that the way to succeed in corporate America and technology is by living a balanced, family life.
- Every life is precious: to Ignacio Salazar, the president of SER, every worker counts.
- Fast-forward: legendary media mogul Nely Galan is starting a new women's movement by showing Latinas how to become entrepreneurs.
- D is for diversity: Latino Leaders Magazine begins a Diversity Initiative in partnership with ALPFA.
- A band apart: the 2015 list of the most influential Latinos in America.
- Building: a better future, step by step.
- Latino nonprofits.
- Beyond diversity: a group of officers came together to discuss the current state of diversity in the workforce.
- A new, talented breed: the Club Leaders of the Future of Dallas led to some lively, profound discussions.
- AEM Jovenes gather in Dallas: the group got together for the first time in the Metroplex area.
- Southern hospitality: Latino Leaders of Atlanta discuss ways place more Hispanics in key posts.
- Paradise found: the writer, one of the top actresses from 1980's Mexican Cinema, takes us on an escapade to the Riviera Maya, Mexico's Idyllic and uncongested dreamy destination.
- In defense of rose wine.