“Magic” Mike heads to London with a wealthy socialite who lures him with an offer he can’t refuse…and an agenda all her own. Continue reading MAGIC MIKE’S LAST DANCE
The League of United Latin American Citizens and the LULAC Women’s Commission invite you to participate in the 2023 LULAC National Women’s Conference. The conference will take place Continue reading LULAC’s National Women’s Conference is coming to Los Angeles, April 14-15
The growing U.S. Latino population needs a larger pool of educators and advocates who represent their unique cultural and linguistic identities while sensitizing others in the school system and beyond. In honor of Women’s History Month, Continue reading Meet 3 Latina Leaders Making History in Education
By Jeff Haden
Years ago, I facilitated a promotion committee made up of shop-floor employees who used performance evaluation data to rank all the eligible employees for a Continue reading Want to Promote — or Hire — the Best Candidate? Follow the Rule of Skill Over Talent
Growing up as a child actor and moving on to the world of slasher horror films, Jenna Ortega is no stranger to the screen. But Continue reading Latinas on the Rise
By Jeff Haden
Of the 12 billionaires I’ve met (yes, I keep count), Mark Cuban seems the most relatable. Partly that’s because he’s entirely self-made.
But also because, like most, he believes Continue reading Mark Cuban: 4 Powerful — Yet Surprisingly Simple — Strategies Anyone Can Use to Be More Successful
The daughter of two Colombian immigrants, Soraya Benitez was exposed to many natural/homeopathic remedies as a child that were native to her father’s home of Cali, Colombia. Her parents always kept her Continue reading WBENC Profile — Success Comes Organically for Soraya Benitez
By Allison Struber
Recently, a friend shared with me she was meeting a lot of great people by swiping right. I was a bit taken aback because she is, what appears to be, happily married Continue reading The Mentor Match – Would You Be Swiped Left?
Just about every career in the STEM field requires some form of university-level education. However, this doesn’t mean that you have to spend every penny you own and then some to pursue your dream job. Continue reading 6 STEM Scholarships You Should Know About
By Kimberly Gladden-Eversley
Social movements have shaped society into what we see today, from labor to civil rights and women’s movements. Thanks to social media, we can Continue reading The Roadmap to Social Entrepreneurship