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Aging Gracefully. By Marisa Rivera. “It’s not the years in your life, but the life in your years” It’s not easy to grow older, but we can change our attitude by putting more life, energy and enthusiasm into our day to day as we grow older. I constantly hear from aging individuals; “I can’t do […]

About the Author

By Eva Macias. My third year in business, I was inspired to write a book about personal finance. Why? Because before the recession, my ex-fiancé and I were experiencing turbulence in our relationship over money. However, I kept quiet and just told myself that I needed to work harder and make more money. What I ...

College Beat

Creating My Leadership Path. By Dawn-Marie Luna. Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology, Pepperdine University. On May 19th, I graduated from Pepperdine University with a Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology with an emphasis in working with Latinx communities as a therapist. During my 2.5 years as a student my ...

His View

Serving a “Community” Must Be More than a Buzzword. By James Schenck, President & CEO, PenFed Credit Union In recent years the word “community” has become a buzzword for businesses of all kinds. So many companies refer to themselves as a “community” that it’s become difficult to define what the word actually ...

¡Punto Final!

Mi Casa Es Su Casa. Why Hispanics Excel in Hospitality. By Nicole Quiroga. President & CEO. Greater Washington Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. On occasion, when I was a little girl, I would sit my parents down at the dinner table and proceed to take their orders for the evening meal. Pencil and notepad in hand ...

Publisher’s Message

The passing of former First Lady Barbara Bush has been a sad occasion for many of us. The response to her demise from all over the world has been deeply moving. The statement from President George Walker Bush, “I always knew Barbara was the most beloved woman in the world, and in fact I used […]

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