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LATINA Style Magazine Vol. 20, Num. 2

 
Latinas at the U.S. Department of State
LATINA Style Magazine Features

Latinas at the U.S. Department of State

Examples of successful Latina foreign service officers and civil service officers at the U.S. Department of State do exist—and they are lighting the way to a brighter and diverse future. Read the personal accounts of five Latinas at the Department whom are diversifying and making an impact at the agency.

By Karina Flores-Hurley / Photos Courtesy of U.S.?Department of State.

 


Latinas Lead the Way in Science and Technology

Diversity and inclusion are key to any business surviving and thriving today, and for science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields, including women and Latinas is an important part of that. As Latinas continue to strive for success in STEM, the Latinas featured here show just how important their individual and collective contributions are to the company they work for and to the Hispanic community.

By Margie Monin Dombrowski

 


The 2014 LATINA Style 50 Awards Ceremony & Diversity Leaders Conference

Celebrating 16 years of Latina leadership in corporate America, the LATINA Style Awards and Diversity Conference held in Washington D.C. on February 6th, honored the top 50 corporations for Latinas to work for in the U.S. The recognized companies have successfully embraced the importance of diversity and believe that Latinas are leading the way. Check out who were the award winners and special guests of the program.

By Gloria RomanoBarrera

 


Rosario Dawson

New York City native has become not only a social activist and philanthropist but an actrovist. Her involvement in a wide variety of social, environmental and civil rights issues has benefited an impressive list of national and international organizations, but this is not to earn fame, she is in it for a cause. Read more on Rosario’s philanthropic spirit in this inspirational story of giving.

By Mark Holston