Ingrid Ciprian-Matthews has been promoted to Executive Vice President of CBS News. In this role, she continues to work directly with David Rhodes, President of CBS News, in overseeing day-to-day news operations, including supporting editorial, personnel and newsgathering initiatives.

Ciprian-Matthews has been with CBS News for 25 years and has served as CBS News’ Senior Vice President of News Administration since January 2015. She is a multiple award-winning journalist and accomplished manager who has coordinated the efforts of overseas and domestic bureaus, correspondents and producers.

“Ingrid is an extraordinary journalist and newsroom executive who is passionate about the integrity of CBS News and the people who work here,” said Rhodes. “Her leadership has been central to our organization’s growth and transformation in this digital age.”

Previously, she was CBS News’ Vice President of News (2011-2015), a role in which she coordinated all day-to-day news coverage. Prior to that role, she served as CBS News’ Foreign Editor (2006-2011); Senior Broadcast Producer for the “CBS Evening News” (2004-2006); and Senior Producer for CBS News’ foreign coverage (2000-2004). In 1998, she became the Deputy Bureau Chief for the CBS News London bureau (1998-2000) and served as Senior Broadcast Producer for CBS News’ “This Morning” and the “CBS Morning News” (1994-1998).

Born in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, she received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Barnard College and graduated from New York University with a Master of Arts in journalism.

Hispanics in Philanthropy (HIP) has appointed Ana Marie Argilagos as the organization’s president. Argilagos has dedicated her life to public service through a successful career that spans the philanthropic, public, and nonprofit sectors.

“For more than 30 years HIP has been a powerful advocate for investment in Latino leaders and communities,” said Argilagos. “I’m honored and grateful to the board for the opportunity to lead this exceptional organization of creative, dedicated, and talented professionals. I am excited to build upon HIP’s long history of bringing people and organizations together. At this extraordinary moment in time for the Latino community, HIP’s mission of elevating our community’s voice while advancing equity is critical. I look forward to expanding HIP’s impact and influence to create more equitable and just communities in the Americas.”

Prior to her role at the Ford Foundation, she served as deputy chief of staff and deputy assistant secretary at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). She has also served in leadership roles at the Annie E. Casey Foundation, the National Association of Hispanic Journalists, UnidosUS (formerly National Council of La Raza), and Ayuda. She received her master’s degree in public administration from Harvard University and her bachelor’s degree in international relations from American University.

Dr. Marie T. Mora, UTRGV professor of economics and associate vice provost for Faculty Diversity, has been appointed to the Board of Directors of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas’ San Antonio Branch by the Federal Reserve Board of Governors in Washington, D.C.

As a board member, Mora will provide input on regional economic conditions in South Texas, as part of the Federal Reserve’s monetary policy functions. She will serve a three-year term ending December 2020.

“I am very excited about serving in this capacity, not only because I will be able to share my insights and perspectives on regional economic conditions with Federal Reserve officials, but also because I will learn a lot from the experience,” Mora said. “It is exciting that the Fed is reaching out to get a broad range of input as they work through monetary policy.”

She holds BA and MA degrees in economics from the University of New Mexico, and a Ph.D. in economics from Texas A&M University.

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