2014 marks our 20th year of publication. LATINA Style Magazine is the most influential publication reaching the contemporary Hispanic woman. LATINA Style broke new ground in 1994 by launching the first national magazine dedicated to the needs and concerns of the contemporary Latina professional working woman and the Latina business owner in the United States. With a national circulation of 150,000 and a readership of nearly 600,000, LATINA Style reaches both the seasoned professional and the young Latina entering the workforce for the first time. The culturally sensitive editorial environment we provide showcases Latina achievements in all areas, including business, science, civic affairs, education, entertainment, sports, and the arts. We also offer technology tips and reviews, entertainment reviews, travel recommendations, investment guidance, beauty tips, food and drink recipes, automotive updates, and career advice—in summary, all of the things that impact the quality of life.
The LATINA Style 50 Report launched in 2004 in celebration of our 10th anniversary, brings together the largest gathering of Latina leaders in the nation. The goal of the National LATINA Symposium is to ascertain, through round-table and panel discussions, as well as in-depth surveys and commentaries, the status of the Latina workingwoman in the United States. Among the issues discussed are career development, business opportunities, family issues, health and fitness, children development, cultural sensitivity, and political and civic responsibility.www.nls.latinastyle.com
The LATINA Style Business Series launched in 1998 with the assistance of the U.S. Small Business Administration, is the most successful business development program for Latina business owners in the nation. The program has been featured on NBC, ABC, Telemundo, CNN, The Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post, The Dallas Morning News and The New York Times. This program has created a unique forum for Latina business owners to learn everything they need to start their own businesses or make their existing one more successful. Over 31,000 Latina business owners in over 110 cities have participated already in this program. New cities are on the schedule for 2015. www.bs.latinastyle.com
The National LATINA Symposium launched in 2004 in celebration of LATINA Style’s 10th anniversary, brings together the largest gathering of Latina leaders in the nation. The National LATINA Symposium ascertains, through round-table and panel discussions, as well as in-depth surveys and commentaries, the status of the Latina working woman in the United States. Among the issues discussed are career development, business opportunities, family issues, health and fitness, children development, cultural sensitivity, and political and civic responsibility.www.nls.latinastyle.com
The LATINA Style HERO Initiative: LATINA Style in partnership with the Anna Maria Arias Foundation launched in 2012 a four-city tour to help military veterans and transitional active duty members reintegrate and assimilate into Corporate America. The skills and talents developed in the military service are highly desirable in the civilian workplace. Women and men with military experience bring a wealth of transferable capabilities that will strengthen the competitive edge of companies taking full advantage of them. While each branch of the military has their respective Transition Assistance Programs and processes, many transitioning leaders face the obstacle of having their capabilities being fully understood in the corporate arena. The sessions include expert speakers from the private and military sector leaders addressing some of the most significant issues facing transitioning personnel. Participants learn what corporations are actively seeking and hiring veterans as well as information on writing a resume in corporate language, interview tips, job boards and postings, the power of social media and networking.