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  • Latinas in STEM Set New Bars
    Latinas in Science-Technology-Engineering-Mathematics (STEM) careers are not only reaching bars set by their predecessors but aiming higher than even before. Their tenacity, passion, hard work and strong ethics are the perfect recipe for success in various industries and numerous roles that have potential for impact at the company, at the national and global levels. Among these pioneering women are Livia Cruz at Merck, who was taught to dream big and overcomes obstacles with wisdom and grace and Markia Archuleta at Oracle, who understands the unique role and potential of Latinas in STEM careers.
    By Christine Bolaños

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  • The Amazing Career of Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen
    Making history in 1989 as the first Cuban-American and Latina elected to Congress, Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R–FL) has decided to vacate her seat and venture into retirement. After more than 25 years in Congress and more than 38 years in public service, she is most proud of helping her constituents resolve issues crucial to their well-being. Read more about her career and the legacy she hopes to leave behind.
    By Karina Flores Hurley and Gloria Romano-Barrera

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  • Hispanic IT Executive Council, (HITEC), Celebrating 10 Years of Success
    After 10 years, the Hispanic IT Executive Council, (HITEC) a global executive leadership organization of senior business and IT executives, who have individually built outstanding careers in information technology, has emerged on the national stage as a leading voice in philanthropy in support of Technology. Read more about ways HITEC has shifted the national conversation about Latinas and Latinos in STEM here.
    By Gloria Romano-Barrera

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