Latina Style Voices

A day in the life of Neida Sandoval is intense, sometimes unpredictable, and always in motion. Two years ago she became an independent journalist so that she can manage her time better while maintaining a tight agenda where projects and family go hand in hand. “When I’m not traveling for work, my days begin at 5:30 […]

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As part of the Global Road Safety Week, Chevrolet and Safe Kids Worldwide are teaming up in Dallas to help raise awareness of car seat safety. Safe Kids found that ~73% of car seats are not properly installed, so there is a significant need to educate amongst parents. Chevrolet and Safe Kids hosted a free […]

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Jasmine Mora has been hired by Airbnb to head up policy communications in Mexico, Central America, and the Caribbean.  She is based out of Los Angeles and works with the Latin America team to expand the company’s presence in the region. Prior to Airbnb, Mora was the Communications Director for the Congressional Hispanic Caucus in […]

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As a child, Laura Chavez was amazed by the things figure skaters were capable of doing over a sheet of ice. At a young age her parents enrolled her in multiple sports; ballet, tap, gymnastics, and skating, and when the time came to stick to only one sport, she chose figure skating. “We reached a […]

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By: Mr. Apoorva N. Gandhi, Vice President, Multicultural Affairs, Marriott International, Inc.

Many folks in the office ask me, “Why are you always dressed up in a suit and tie? It’s business casual here.” It’s true, business casual is the policy, and frankly, Friday casual is the norm in many offices. And that’s cool — folks should dress the way they want and in whatever works for them […]

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By: Mónica Ramirez, Director of Gender Equity and Advocacy for the National Hispanic Leadership Agenda (NHLA)

Nearly 100 organizations across the U.S. are taking action today to raise awareness about the gender wage gap facing Latina workers. The most recent data reflects that Latina workers are being paid an average of 54 cents to the dollar paid to white male, non-Hispanic workers. This means that it takes Latinas 22 months to make the […]