Zigzag. That’s the advice Georgia Sandoval, a high-performance architect at Intel, has for STEM students.
(Jacksonville, FL) Ruben Rodriguez, a former firefighter for both the City of Miami Fire & Rescue and the Tallahassee Fire Department, is currently the Emergency Recovery Coordinator for Paul Davis of Tallahassee.
By Amy Stanton
A few years ago, an interesting study came out of Harvard Business Review titled “The Business Case for Curiosity.”
By Innovate Marketing Group
As the live events industry awaits COVID-19 regulations, guidelines, and phase rollouts; innovations and digital opportunities arise, virtual events take center stage, and the importance of an events agency and planner sustains. Continue reading Virtual Events Take Center Stage
Irma Olguin, the tech CEO of Geekwise Academy, is not your typical CEO. Though she lives in California, where many business owners have taken to big cities, such as Los Angeles and San Francisco, Olguin runs her business in Fresno, California, one of the poorest cities in the United States.Continue reading Meet the Latina CEO who Won’t Stop Exceeding Expectations
Letter from the Editor
As we are still amid the pandemic, inevitable changes are taking place, which range from social causes to the future of the workforce. We recognize these constantly evolving times, which is why this issue of HISPANIC Network Magazine delves into the current occurrences in the Latino community and the impact COVID-19 has had on businesses.Continue reading Embracing Change, Raising Awareness
By Natalie Rodgers
Of the small businesses to suffer the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic, Latinx-owned businesses make up a majority of the impact. According to a survey done by the Stanford Latino Entrepreneurship Initiative, nearly 86 percent of Latinx businesses owners reported that their business was negatively impacted by COVID-19 in some way. These high percentages are especially interesting considering that Latinx small businesses make up about $500 billion of the economy’s yearly sales.Continue reading How these Business Owners Are Beating the Odds
By Mary Marshall
The sun-drenched skies, sculpted rock formations and Saguaro cactus of the high desert are part of the landscape that Andrea Garcia calls home. Garcia, a native of Phoenix, Arizona, is proud of her Hispanic heritage and feels fortunate to be able to crossover the language barrier from English to Spanish and collaborate in two languages as a bilingual accountant.Continue reading Andrea Garcia: Breaking the Gender Barrier to Accounting Success
By Kevin Singer, Matthew J. Mayhew, Alyssa N. Rockenbach, Laura S. Dahl
Michael Resendez is a rising senior at the University of Houston majoring in finance. “The University has a 32 percent Latinx student population overall, but this isn’t true of college of business,” he remarks.Continue reading Study Suggests Business Schools Aren’t Drawing Latinx Students
Len Necefer, Ph.D, is fearless in his pursuit of change in the Navajo Nation. He is changing the national dialogue around issues facing Indian Country by making sure American Indian voices are heard and engaged.