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Hispanic Alliance for Career Enhancement * Hispanic Association on Corporate Responsibility * Latin American Educational Foundation * Latino Coalition * Latino Hotel and Restaurant Association * League of United Latin American Citizens * National Hispanic Corporate Council * Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers * Society for Human Resource Management * United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce * United States Hispanic Leadership Institute "Historically our organizations have all operated independently and this unique meeting will enable us to identify how we can work together," said NSHMBA Chief Executive Officer Manny Gonzalez.
Andres has received numerous awards for his work towards diversity and inclusion including, Chicago United's Business Leader of Color Award (2007), and Hispanic Alliance for Career Enhancement Exito Award (2008).
The McGraw-Hill Companies also supports a wide range of Hispanic organizations and educational programs, including the National Hispanic Corporate Achievers and the Hispanic Alliance for Career Enhancement, which the magazine pointed out.
The award will be presented by the Hispanic Alliance for Career Enhancement (HACE) at their annual awards dinner in Chicago tonight.
Rodriguez, business school professor at Capella University, an accredited online university that pioneered online education, and board chairman for the Hispanic Alliance for Career Enhancement.
Morata, vice president, general manager of McDonnell Douglas Aerospace's Space Station Division, received the Salute to Excellence Award from the Hispanic Alliance for Career Enhancement (HACE) at the HACE annual career conference Nov.
Rodriguez is the managing partner at Astira Group, a human capital services firm based in Chicago, and is actively involved in several nonprofit organizations, including his position as Chairman of the Board for the Hispanic Alliance for Career Enhancement (http://www.
CHICAGO -- Just days before the election, the Hispanic Alliance for Career Enhancement (HACE) released the results of their "Latino Professional Pulse - October 2004," a national survey of 475 Latino professionals regarding their work life, economic sentiment, political leanings, and investments.