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Latino

(lah-tēn′ō)
1. Pert. to Latin-American language, culture, or ethnicity.
2. A person of Latin-American or Spanish-speaking ancestry.
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After the first chapter, however, Mendoza settles down into a comfortable groove; the rest of the entries (with a few exceptions) are fairly well organized--although, far from including entries on Latinas "from all periods of history," the rest of the chapters are dominated by twentieth-century women.
The Latina community is integral to Hilton Worldwide and our future success, and we continue to be committed to cultivating the economic vitality of the communities in which we conduct our business.
The LATINA Style 50 Companies will be honored during LATINA Style's Awards Ceremony & Diversity Leaders Conference in Washington, D.
Roughead received the Latina Style's President's Leadership Award, and Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Manpower and Reserve Affairs, Juan Garcia, received the President's Recognition Award for leadership efforts in creating opportunities for Latinas and promoting diversity.
Companies responding to LATINA Style's questionnaire are evaluated based on issues that LATINA Style magazine readers identified as most important to them in the workplace.
The study also found that 52% of Latinas and 48% of Latina millennials prefer to receive beauty information from social media in Spanish as well as English.
A self-made mogul who was mentored along the way by some of the most famous entrepreneurs of the last decades, Galan believes that it would be a waste not to let her instill that knowledge to other Latinas.
Latina experience is vast and broad, but the pride in having two cultures is a driving force behind the impact they are having in this country.
By and large, the Latinas come from low-income families or there's just not money there in terms of planning for college.
Latinas are becoming more educated, tech savvy and connected, allowing them to write their own destinies and challenge the dynamic of Hispanic households, the report says, adding that 86% of Latinas are in charge of the purchasing decisions in households, which gives them growing economic clout.
It just all seems like a missed opportunity to diversify the roles played by Latinas," Ramirez writes.
Orgullosa has teamed up with this diverse group of successful Latinas to serve as mujeres con la falda bien puesta[TM] ambassadors in its continued effort to empower the cultural transformation of the Latina experience in the U.