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From the South Bronx to Deloitte: Joe Echevarria’s Path to Becoming CEO.

By Victoria Cepeda Joe Echevarria, who is featured on Fortune magazine this month, is not only  giving out advise to new college grads, but also promoting the importance of diversity in the workplace. Born to a Puerto Rican family in the South Bronx, Echevarria tells us how he received vital advice from a mentor, who […]

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Entrepeneurial Latinas: Angelia Cabrera’s Jewelry Carves A Niche In The Fashion Industry.

by Victoria Cepeda We often read about famous Latinos/as that have made it big or whose track record have contributed to our history.  While there is nothing wrong about supporting and promoting our notable and newsworthy “gente“ we should also recognize the efforts and hard work of our local Latino “empresarios”. They are the local […]

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From Private to Public Schools

Written by Alexandra Román “Their best heritage is an education,” said once an ex-Secretary of Education in Puerto Rico, in response to a question someone asked him as to why his children were in private school versus public. On a personal level, I remember that my mother used to say that although she was not […]

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