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LatinasinBusiness.us Susana G Baumann among Hispanic Lifestyle’s 2017 Latinas of Influence

The 2017 Latinas of Influence will be recognized at Hispanic Lifestyle’s 2017 Latina Conference on April 5 and 6, 2017, Ontario, California.

2017 Latinas of Influence by Hispanic Lifestyle

2017 Latinas of Influence by Hispanic Lifestyle

Hispanic Lifestyle is excited to share with you our 2017 Latinas of Influence list. Our appreciation and gratitude to everyone who submitted names for our listing. Thank you for your time and commitment in sharing these wonderful stories of Latinas making a difference in our communities.

On March 1, 2017 in honor of Women’s History month (March 1, 2017 to March 31, 2017), Hispanic Lifestyle will profile each one of these Latinas of Influence on our website  hispaniclifestyle.com  In total, Hispanic Lifestyle will share throughout our network 31 inspirational and empowering stories. Stay tuned the posted Latinas of Influence will be highlighted in RED.

Hispanic Lifestyle’s 2017 Latinas of Influence will be honored during the  Hispanic Lifestyle’s Latina Conference 2017 to be held on April 5 & 6 2017 at the Ontario Airport Hotel and Conference Center, Ontario, CA.  The 2017 Latinas of Influence have been invited to attend and participate in the Luncheon portion of the program on April 6, 2017. Here is a link to the updated schedule of the 2017 Latina Conference, http://bit.ly/2ggWcZt

There will be a 2018 list, so please continue to share your stories with us throughout the year.

Richard Sandoval, President, Hispanic Lifestyle

Hispanic Lifestyle’s 2017 Latinas of Influence listing

Adriana Gallardo CEO, Adriana’s Insurance Services, Rise Programs
Alba Colon General Motors, NASCAR Sprint Cup Program Manager
Ana M. Albert Vice President of PR and Marketing for ALMACO Group
Anna Sauceda President at Associated Construction Services Group
Brissa Sotelo-Vargas Manager, Southern California Public and Government Affairs at Tesoro Refining and Marketing, LLC
Carrie Madrid Founder & President at The CARE Project, Inc.
Cecilia Herrera Bolbolian Community Leader, Latino Market Manager New York Life.
Cynthia L. Hernández Chief Attorney
Davina A. Ferreira Founder, Editor-in-Chief, Alegria Magazine
Deborah Deras, M.S., ALSP Keynote Speaker I Marketing Consultant I Author
Elianne Ramos Principal and CEO, Speak Hispanic Communications
Josefina E. Canchola Associate Director of Partnerships Puente Project
Liana Mendoza Actress, Business Owner
Lina Montes Business Owner, Community Advocate
Lupita Sanchez Cornejo Director of External Affairs, AT&T
Maria Ventura Public Affairs Manager- Southern California Gas Company
Marisol Morales Director of Civic and Community Engagement, University of La Verne
Marlene Forte Actress,
Marty Rodriguez Broker Associate, CENTURY 21 Marty Rodriguez
Nancy Baca Melendez Spanish Town Heritage Foundation
Nely Galan Owner, Galan Entertainment, Author
Patricia Chavez Senior Vice President/Market Executive
Patricia Pérez Principal, VPE Public Relations
Patricia Rae Actor, author, illustrator
Patty Juarez National Diverse Segments Director, Wells Fargo
Rosa M. Fregoso Attorney at Velasco Law Group
Rosa Santana Founder and Chief Executive of Santana Group
Rosario Dawson Actress, Producer
Shayla Rivera Comedian, STEM, Rocket Scientist
Stacey Sanchez Senior Community Loan Officer, CDC Small Business Finance Entrepreneur
Susana G. Baumann Editor-in-chief at LatinasInBusiness.us

 About the 2017 List Hispanic Lifestyle’s 2017 Latinas of Influence listing was compiled from nomination submittals by our audience. The final selections were done by Richard Sandoval, president of Hispanic Lifestyle Inc.

 

About Susana G Baumann

Award-winning journalist, author, multicultural expert, public speaker, small business advocate and the Editor-in-Chief of LatinasinBusiness.us. Susana is an Argentinean immigrant who started her own small business over 20 years ago. Now, through her new digital platform and social media channels, she advocates for the economic empowerment of Latinas in the United States.
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