A team of Temple University public relations students are launching a campaign addressing the lack of diversity in the public relations field, as an entry for the Bateman Competition.
Through their many initiatives, the Community College of Philadelphia aims to not only recruit, but also retain Latino students.
The 27-member organization named these three things, among several other things, as needed components of 21st century journalism, in a 200-plus page report.
Alejandro Jimenez came to the United States from Mexico at 15 years old. Now, every time he steps in the ring, he fights for those who are facing similar battles.
El Dr. Max Mercado, afiliado a Temple Health, Jeanes Hospital y Nazareth Hospital, ve su práctica en medicina interna como una oportunidad para crear un ambiente acogedor para todos los pacientes.
Dr. Max Mercado, affiliated with Temple Health, Jeanes Hospital and Nazareth Hospital, sees his practice in internal medicine as an opportunity to create a welcoming environment for all patients.
Through the establishment of associate resource groups within the organization, Independence Blue Cross has been able to engage others and advance the organization's emphasis on diversity and inclusion.
For more than 80 years, Independence Blue Cross has been engaging people in the community and supporting innovative ways to improve their health through numerous endeavors.
Mientras discutía sobre inmigración en Meet the Press el 27 de enero, el periodista Tom Brokaw hizo comentarios en los que aseguraba que los hispanos necesitan hacer un mejor trabajo de "asimilación" a los Estados Unidos.
While discussing immigration on Meet the Press on Jan. 27, journalist Tom Brokaw made comments about Hispanics needing to do a better job “assimilating” to the United States.
Through her work leading the Human Resources department at Independence Blue Cross, Jeanie Heffernan helps the company build a culture and structure that support the corporate mission.
During an interview with AL DÍA, Koleen Cavanaugh, vice president of marketing at Independence, highlighted the importance of health insurance, how the organizations reaches more consumers, expansion coverage, and more.
Con Ojala Threads, Ramona Ferreyra espera ayudar a las jóvenes generaciones de hispanos a representar y reflejar su legado y su comunidad.
With Ojala Threads, Ramona Ferreyra hopes to help younger generations of Hispanics represent and reflect their heritage, and their community.
Mediante su trabajo como emprendedora, autora y motivadora, Elaine Gonzalez Johnson anima a las personas a adoptar estilos de vida saludables al ser activas y creer en ellas mismas.
Through her work as an entrepreneur, author, and motivator, Elaine Gonzalez Johnson encourages people, particularly Latinas and women of color, to adapt healthy lifestyles.
The independent non-profit organization aims to drive growth to every corner of Philadelphia through a number of different projects.
Durante un discurso en las Naciones Unidas, la periodista tres veces ganadora del premio EMMY detalló las necesidades de avanzar en la comunidad Latina.
After a successful career as a professional boxer, George Foreman III found a love for training and has turned it into a business.
During the press conference, Diaz praised Temple’s history, culture, the city of Philadelphia, his time in previous coaching stints, and more.
Victoria Da Conceicao started the Alzheimer’s Brain Box initiative as a way to help her grandmother after she was diagnosed with the disease, but has since expanded it to help other Alzheimer’s patients and raise more money for research.
La conferencia contó con la presencia de tres emprendedores locales, cada uno de los cuales compartió consejos para alcanzar el éxito y habló en detalle sobre su camino singular.
The conference featured three local entrepreneurs, who each shared tips for success, and detailed their unique paths.
The two organizations will collaborate in an effort to increase economic opportunities for people of color and those in underserved communities.
In 2009, Carmen Ortiz was appointed U.S. Attorney for Massachusetts, becoming both the first woman and the first Latina to fill the position. A long, eventful journey in the field helped lead her to the nomination, and later the confirmation.