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  • Trendy Cars for Latinas
    Are you passionate about cars as we are? If so, immerse yourselves in driving the new models we have selected for you. For this issue, we chose three compact CUVs that are in the “sweet spot” of sales today and a full-sized SUV that can carry more family, friends, and gear, as well as tow bigger loads, such as boats, horse trailers or small RVs. We hope there’s something that will catch your eye.
    By Sue Mead

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  • Latinas in STEM
    Latinas are taking the reins in health-related STEM fields that directly impact the Latino community. Four Latinas reaching new horizons in health are: Jennifer Boada-Rodriguez who delivers toothpaste and mouthwash packaging-development programs at Colgate-Palmolive Co.; Eliana Nunez who prioritizes projects and initiatives that offer healthcare solutions to Cigna Corporation customers; Grace Figueredo who leads the Diversity and Inclusion strategy at Aetna; and, Jocelyn Gilmartin who is director and therapeutic area lead for infectious diseases and vaccines in Translational Pharmacology Clinical Operations at Merck. Find out more about their journeys here. By Christine Bolaños

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  • The 2017 LATINA Style 50 Annual Report
    For the past 20 years, the LATINA Style 50 Report has highlighted thousands of companies from a variety of industries. Today we recognize companies that support programs encouraging training, mentorship, and promotion for Latinas. The LATINA Style 50 report is a navigator for Latinas as they seek advancement and career opportunities. Find out which company made it as the "Company of the Year" and the listing of the companies that have generated the best opportunities for Latinas in the United States for 2017.
    By Robert E. Bard, Diana Martinez, and Yessenia Ramirez

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