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CHCI and CHLI Host Welcome Reception for Hispanic American Members of the 112th Congress



NBC Correspondent Natalie Morales (l) and Members of the 112th Congress.
On January 5, 2011 the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI) and the Congressional Hispanic Leadership Institute (CHLI) welcomed Hispanic American members of the 112th Congress at Union Station in Washington, D.C. The event gathered a bipartisan group in support of the organizations’ missions to develop the next generation of Latino leaders and advance the diversity of thought in the Hispanic community, respectively. The beginning of the 112th Congress equals the largest number of Latinos in history, with 31 members in the House and the Senate, the same number that entered the 111th Congress.
CHCI Chair Rep. Charles A. Gonzalez and CHLI Board Member Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen.
(L-R) NBC correspondent Natalie Morales, CHCI vice chair Susan Gonzales, Rep. Nydia M. Velázquez, U.S. Secretary of Labor Hilda L. Solis, and CHCI president and CEO Esther Aguilera.
(L-R) HBA-DC president-elect William Rivera; Judge Vanessa Ruiz, DC Court of Appeals; Judge Hiram Puig-Lugo, DC Superior Court; Judge Marisa DeMeo, DC Superior Court; Judge Juan Vasquez, U.S. Tax Court; Judge Jose Lopez, DC Superior Court; Judge Laura Cordero, DC Superior Court; Magistrate Judge Aida Melendez, Judge Ricardo Urbina, U.S. District Court District of Columbia; Senior Judge Rufus G. King, DC Superior Court; HBA-DC president, Kenia Seoane Lopez.
The Hispanic Bar Association of the District of Columbia (HBA-DC)

On November 4, 2010, the Hispanic Bar Association of the District of Columbia (HBA-DC) held its 33rd annual Equal Justice Awards Ceremony at the Mandarin Hotel in Washington DC. The event gathered executives, U.S. Latino leaders and lawyers from around the country. Each year, the HBA-DC presents four awards to devoted and inspiring members of the DC community. The theme of this year’s Equal Justice Award was – A Salute to Hispanics in the Judiciary, which reflects the HBA-DC’s great pride in the achievements and commitment to public service of the nine Hispanic judges in the District of Columbia.The Equal Justice Awards were presented to Rufus G. King, III, Chief Judge, Superior Court of the District of Columbia, Judge Ricardo M. Urbina, Lifetime Achievement Award; The Esperanza Education Fund (Hugh A. Johnson Jr., Memorial Award; Yvonne Martinez-Vega, deputy director of the Criminal Justice Division, D.C. Superior Court and Alejandra Castillo, National deputy director of the Minority Business Development Agency, U.S. Dept. of Commerce. The annual Awards Ceremony was established to celebrate the HBA-DC’s past, present, and future. Photos by Ronald Rodriguez.
Parents Step Ahead
5th Annual Gala Honors “Families Building Dreams”

On December 3rd, 2010, Parents Step Ahead, a nonprofit parental-education organization, honored five parents and a pair of grandparents at its 5th Annual “Parent of the Year” Gala at the Crowne Plaza Hotel- Dallas Market Center in Dallas, Texas. Each honoree had an opportunity to address the audience and received a plaque, a Dell desktop computer system donated by Pinnacle Technical Resources, and Internet service from Assurance Wireless.
2010 Parent of the Year winners Rosa and Ramon Miranda along with their grandchildren pose with 2010 Parent of the Year winner Jeanne Dulie Kom and her family. (Ramon is 2nd from left and Rosa is third from left. Jeanne Dulie Kom is third from the right. Lupita Colmenero, PSA founder and chair of the Board of Directors is center and Robert Bard is 2nd from the right).
Gala keynote speaker Steve Blow, a columnist for The Dallas Morning News, speaks to Gala audience members about the importance of parental involvement.
2010 Parent of the Year winners Rosa and Ramon Miranda along with their grandchildren pose with 2010 Parent of the Year winner Jeanne Dulie Kom and her family. (Ramon is 2nd from left and Rosa is third from left. Jeanne Dulie Kom is third from the right. Lupita Colmenero, PSA founder and chair of the Board of Directors is center and Robert Bard is 2nd from the right).
Raul Magdaleno, director of Diversity and Community Engagement for SMU Meadows School of the Arts and 2010 MillerCoors LĂ­der of the Year, addresses the audience and shares his inspirational story.
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