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    Latinas, Find the Best Car for You
    How do you find what’s best for you? Some women are brand-loyal; others are happy with a vehicle they have owned and want the newest version when it comes to market; others listen to friends and experts to get opinions. We took a closer look at four vehicles--two sedans and two utility vehicles to tell you about their amenities, technology, and features. Check them out.
    By Sue Mead

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    Latinas Blaze Path to STEM
    Women and Latinas continue to forge a path for future professionals in STEM careers. No longer will the question be whether a girl can grow up to be an astronaut, chemical engineer or scientist, but whether she can go where no one has before. Meet Aracely Godinez of Boeing Company and Yamila Harris of Hewlett Packard Enterprise, two Latinas who have carved remarkable paths in their respective fields.
    By Christine Bolaños

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    Alba Colón, Living Her Dream in NASCAR
    Meet NASCAR’s only top woman engineer, Alba Colón, Program Manager for the Chevrolet Racing Team for NASCAR Cup racing – the sport’s most prestigious category of competition. Learn what inspires her and motivates her to keep going in the world of NASCAR.
    By Mark Holston

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    Latinas Flourish at Advance Auto Parts
    Advance Auto Parts has evolved beyond a car parts shop to a company with a reputation for customer service, diversity and opportunities for employee advancement. Meet three Latinas Josephine Robbins, Eridania Castaneda and Diana Cruz with influential roles at the company who have flourished and become better versions of themselves, professionally and personally, because of their experiences at Advance.
    By Christine Bolaños

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