Latina leadership

Corporate executive Beth Marmolejos shares insights on being a Latina leader

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How hard is it to become a Latina leader? Throughout her career, Beth Marmolejos has risen to leadership roles and achieved great success in her field.  Her story offers some insights and advice to other aspiring Latina leaders.  

Latinas who changed the world - Rigoberta Menchú Nobel Peace Prize

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Only nine women have been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, and one of them is a K’iche Indian of the Maya ethnic group: Rigoberta Menchú, from Guatemala.
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A Latina entrepreneur coaches others in the path of self discovery

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I’m the owner of School Of Prosperity Shri Sama LLC, with a mission to provide proper knowledge and right guidance to entrepreneurs and small/medium-sized business owners
Mariela Dabbah, Red Shoe Movement

Q&A with Red Shoe Movement founder on the Signature Event at MetLife

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Get your discount as fans and readers of LatinasinBusiness.us, when you register for the Red Shoe Movement Signature Event in NYC using this coupon rsmsepa2015 at checkout!
Solange Brooks, CalSTRS

CalSTRS Portfolio Manager Solange Brooks’ secret weapon for success

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With responsibilities across all asset classes of the $164 billion California State Teachers’ Retirement System (CalSTRS), Solange Brooks is part of a team of five directors managing
Cynthia Rivera Weissblum

Cynthia Rivera Weissblum Latina leadership in social philanthropy

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Women, and specially Latinas are not well represented in social philanthropy. Cynthia Rivera Weissblum, the EGF President and Chief Executive Officer, is mentoring young Latinas to get them involved.
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Mariela Dabbah "la poderosa" at the 2015 SHCCNJ Annual Convention

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Sign up here to see Mariela Dabbah at the SHCC-New Jersey Annual Convention and Awards Luncheon on October 16th at The Brownstone in Paterson, NJ.
Strayer Portraits -Dr Zoppi Rodriguez

5 Latina Superpowers Dr. Zoppi Rodriguez

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Not only we do the work, giving ourselves totally, but also we pass on those skills to everybody around us, at work, the family and the community, says Dr. Zoppi.
Angela Franco GWHCC

GWHCC, OLA Small Business Mentorship Program

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The Greater Washington Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (GWHCC) and the Mayor's Office on Latino Affairs (OLA) are announcing a partnership to launch