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  • Latinas Reaching Positions of Influence in STEM
    Companies of impact know the importance of hiring employees who bring new ideas and different perspectives to the table. IBM and Westar Energy are two such companies. Sonia Mezzetta began her career at IBM in 2001 as a software engineer and worked her way up to Data Strategy Consultant and Certified Information Architect. Erica Garcia is an engineer at Westar Energy where she is responsible for effectively and efficiently reducing emissions. Find out what makes these Latinas tick in this edition.
    By Christine Bolaños

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  • The 2017 LATINA Style 50 Awards Ceremony and Diversity Leaders Conference
    Recognizing companies that embrace Latina achievement, the 19th anniversary of the LATINA Style 50 Awards Ceremony and 13th annual Diversity Leaders Conference held on February 8th and 9th gathered the top 50 corporations for Latinas to work for in the U.S. in the nation’s capital. This special feature highlights executives, members of Congress and present our Latina Corporate Executive and the ERG of the Year.
    By Gloria Romano-Barrera

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  • Senator Catherine Cortez Masto
    This year, Senator Catherine Cortez Masto made history as the first and only Latina elected to the U.S. Senate. To celebrate such historic moment, on the evening of February 8th, LATINA Style honored Senator Cortez Masto with the Trailblazer Award in recognition of her accomplishment as the first Latina to join the most exclusive club of leaders in our nation. Learn more about how she is creating change for women and for the country.
    By Gloria Romano-Barrera

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  • Ralph de la Vega, Building a Legacy of Service
    Using their own experience, wisdom, and influence, mentors and sponsors can make a significant positive impact on a person’s career. With 42 years of experience at AT&T Inc., former Vice Chairman and CEO of Business Solutions & International, Ralph de la Vega, has encouraged, inspired and supported Latinas to succeed in the corporate environment and advance in their careers. He has developed and nurtured Latinas and women not only to become the best of themselves but move up the corporate ladder—many of them hold today senior executive positions at their companies.
    Interviewed by Robert Bard/Written by Gloria Romano-Barrera

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