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  • High-Performance Cars for Latinas to Drive
    Think of LATINA Style’s car, truck and SUV picks in this issue as Grammy or Academy Award nominations. With hundreds of models to choose from, here are a few vehicles that we have tested and find worthy of note. You’ll find a cross-section of top contenders that range from a compact crossover and mid-sized pickup to a sportback sports sedan and a large four-door flagship that touts everyday-driving elements and limousine traits to two full-sized sport utility vehicles, one of which struts high-performance as one of its attributes. By Sue Mead

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  • Madam Treasurer Jovita Carranza
    With vast experience in corporate America, the non-profit world, and in the community, today the Honorable Jovita Carranza walks the halls of the U.S. Treasury serving as a principal advisor to Secretary Mnuchin. Overseeing operations which include the Office of Consumer Policy, U.S. Mint, including Fort Knox, she also serves as the Secretary's designee on the Community Development Financial Institutions Fund's Community Development Advisory Board. Learn more about her journey to Trump’s administration here.
    By Gloria Romano-Barrera

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  • 12th Parents Step Ahead Parent of the Year Awards
    Since 2006, Parents Step Ahead has honored and empowered parents and legal guardians from school districts throughout North Texas. For several consecutive years, Nissan has been the title sponsor of the Parents Step Ahead (PSA) Parent of the Year (POY) Awards. This year, thanks to Nissan and additional sponsors, community leaders, academic leaders, corporate executives, families, and students came together on December 8th in Dallas, TX to celebrate educational empowerment.
    By Beana Ramirez

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