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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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American's LDN was recognized by LATINA Style, named as one of the Top 20 Employee Resource Groups for its exceptional leadership and vision.
For more about the "Empowering Latinas" scholarship program, or joining the iconic CENTURY 21 brand, go toespanol.century21.com/empowering-latinas.
A year later a steering committee of a dozen was put together to run Latinas Unidas.
Torres's advice for Latinas in corporate america is the same advice she was given early in her career: don't be afraid to leave your comfort zone.
LatinaMeetup was created by Danay Escanaverino, a Latina entrepreneur and founder of LunaSol Media, a digital agency connecting clients to the Hispanic/Latino market.
Latinas in Tech (LiT) was founded in 2014 with the mission to connect, support, and empower Latina women working across the technology sector.
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.
Con la desaparicion del Imperio romano de Occidente, la Iglesia romana no solo continuo valiendose de la lengua latina, sino que se hizo, en cierto modo, custodia y promotora de ella, tanto en el ambito teologico, liturgico y canonico, como en el de la formacion y la transmision del saber.
One of the key findings from People en Espanol's other study --Embracing the Hispanic Consumer, Spotlight on Latina Millennial--conducted by Cheskin Added Value, found that Latina Millennials are spending twice as much on cosmetics, skin care, hair care and fragrance than non-Hispanic Millennials.
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.
The new initiative aims to extend P&G's "Nueva Latina" campaign, which calls attention to "the unique and complex experience of the modern, bicultural Latina."