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The National Hispanic Medical Association (NHMA).

The National Hispanic Medical Association held its annual conference on April 11-14, at the Hyatt Regency Crystal City in Virginia. The conference included national experts on current patient-centered care, medical education training, oral health research, prevention, behavioral health, e-health and cultural competence for the growing Hispanic populations. This year NHMA/HDA highlighted immigration health, women’s health, opioid crisis, and Medicaid.

NHMA/NHFF Corporate Advisory Board with NHMA President & CEO Dr. Elena Rios, NHHF Board Chairman Dr. Mark Diaz, Dr. Conchita Paz, NHHF Board and NHMA Board Chairwoman Dr. Judy Flores.

NHMA/NHFF Corporate Advisory Board with NHMA President & CEO Dr. Elena Rios, NHHF Board Chairman Dr. Mark Diaz, Dr. Conchita Paz, NHHF Board and NHMA Board Chairwoman Dr. Judy Flores.

NHMA Conference Gala Award Winners along with Dr. Judy Flores, NHMA Chairwoman, Deans of the Medical Schools of Puerto Rico and Dr. Sam Arce, Former Chairman of the NHMA Board.

NHMA Conference Gala Award Winners along with Dr. Judy Flores, NHMA Chairwoman, Deans of the Medical Schools of Puerto Rico and Dr. Sam Arce, Former Chairman of the NHMA Board.

Women Presidents’ Organization (WPO).

The Women Presidents’ Organization, an affiliation for successful women entrepreneurs worldwide, connecting women who lead multimillion-dollar companies held its 22nd Annual Conference on May 1st – May 3rd at The Westin Charlotte in Charlotte, North Carolina. The conference encourages WPO members to share business strategies and experience with other successful women from all over the world, as well as learn from interactive seminars and speakers.

Winners of the WPO 50 Fastest Growing Women Led/Owned Companies. Photo Courtesy: Julie Fletcher.

Winners of the WPO 50 Fastest Growing Women Led/Owned Companies. Photo Courtesy: Julie Fletcher.

Claudia Mirza, CEO of Akorbi, member of the Women Presidents’ Organization (WPO) Advisory Board and WPO chapter Platinum VI, receives the 2019 WPO President’s Award from Camille Burns, WPO Executive Vice President & Chief Operating Officer.

Claudia Mirza, CEO of Akorbi, member of the Women Presidents’ Organization (WPO) Advisory Board and WPO chapter Platinum VI, receives the 2019 WPO President’s Award from Camille Burns, WPO Executive Vice President & Chief Operating Officer.

 

Latino Leaders Network (LLN).

The Latino Leaders Network, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to “Bringing Leaders Together” to establish relationships, build unity, and share personal stories since 2004 held its Luncheon Series on May 16 at the Mayflower in Washington, D.C.

Chairman Mickey Ibarra presents Congressman Ben Ray Luján with the Eagle Leadership Award.

Chairman Mickey Ibarra presents Congressman Ben Ray Luján with the Eagle Leadership Award.

Alicia Menendez receives the inaugural Rising Star Award. (L-R) Senator Bob Menendez, Alicia Menendez, Chairman Mickey Ibarra, and Paula Kerger, President & CEO, PBS.

Alicia Menendez receives the inaugural Rising Star Award. (L-R) Senator Bob Menendez, Alicia Menendez, Chairman Mickey Ibarra, and Paula Kerger, President & CEO, PBS.

 

2019 Graduates.

Graduation is a time for much pride. We want to congratulate our staff loved ones for their accomplishments.

Alexandra Rosado, Chemistry Degree, Christopher Newport University; Newport News, Virginia.

Alexandra Rosado, Chemistry Degree, Christopher Newport University; Newport News, Virginia.

Mia I. Lamberty has been promoted to third grade. Waxahachie, TX.

Mia I. Lamberty has been promoted to third grade. Waxahachie, TX.

Jacqueline Spencer, the University of Texas at Arlington. Arlington, Texas.

Jacqueline Spencer, the University of Texas at Arlington. Arlington, Texas.

Emily Ramirez crossed the stage to officially become a Senior. She will be graduating in May 2020 from Skyline High School.

Emily Ramirez crossed the stage to officially become a Senior. She will be graduating in May 2020 from Skyline High School.

Victoria Celeste Caceres Davila. Kinder Club Academy, 2019. Orlando, Fl.

Victoria Celeste Caceres Davila. Kinder Club Academy, 2019. Orlando, Fl.

Destiny Ramirez graduated 5th grade from Henry B. Gonzalez Elementary School.

Destiny Ramirez graduated 5th grade from Henry B. Gonzalez Elementary School.