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HACR Announces the 2018 Class of the Young Hispanic Corporate Achievers™

36 Hispanic corporate leaders participated in the leadership development program; recognized for their leadership in the community and respective corporations

Submitted by: Hispanic Association on Corporate Responsibility

Categories: Corporate Social Responsibility, Events

Posted: May 11, 2018 – 09:33 AM EST

 

WASHINGTON, D.C., May 11 /CSRwire/ - On May 8, 2018, the Hispanic Association on Corporate Responsibility (HACR), recognized 36 corporate leaders at the 2018 HACR Young Hispanic Corporate Achievers™ (YHCA) Awards Gala, after participating in a four-day leadership development program. Hosted once again by Altria Group, the program was held on May 4 - May 8, at the Four Seasons in Las Vegas.

“Each year the HACR Young Hispanic Corporate Achievers™ (HACR YHCA) award recipients exemplify the best talent that Corporate America has to offer,” said Claudia Baltazar Mills, 2016 HACR YHCA Alum and senior manager of Communications for Altria Group Distribution Company. “Altria is proud to continue to sponsor the HACR YHCA program and its effort to further develop the next generation of Hispanic leaders.”

Now in its 12th year, the HACR YHCA program was created to recognize young executives in Corporate America who have shown leadership qualities at their respective companies along with a proven commitment to the Hispanic community, and are leading the way in establishing a new standard of excellence in Corporate America.

“Building and training a robust pipeline of diverse talent is going to be crucial for the future success of Corporate America,” said HACR President & CEO, Cid Wilson. “The HACR YHCA program not only helps companies identify their high potential talent, but gives them the necessary skills to take their companies to the next level and further elevate the power of Hispanic inclusion.”

To qualify for the HACR YHCA program, candidates must be of Hispanic origin, between the ages of 25-40 at the time the award is received, and must also be employed at Fortune 500 and/or HACR Corporate Member company.

The 2018 HACR Young Hispanic Corporate Achievers™ are:

Juan Alvarez, GE

Luis Arango, SunTrust

Erick Bacarreza , PNC

Marcela Bautista, Microsoft

Aaron Boyce, JPMorgan Chase

Jose Cabrera, Humana

Nicolle Campa, Fox News

Jonathan Casiano, PNC

Anyelis Cordero, Prudential

Josef Correia Bethencourt, GM

Esther Cortez, Land'o'Lakes

Christian Davi, Prudential

Trini Decker, Intel

Lucia Galezewski, Rockwell Automation

Brian Gomez, McDonald’s

Vidal Gonzales, Tesla

Rosemary Hook, AT&T

Yovany Jerez, AT&T

Orlando "Lando" Juarez, GM

Sally Kolenda, BP America

Andres Marquez, Intel

Jessica Massey, WalMart

Diego Monroy, AT&T

Lourdes Montes-Greenan, PNC

Shirley Morejon, Bank of America

Fabiola Morin, Target Corporation

Sofia O'Malley, Dell

Sergio Patiño, Ford Motor Company

Lucy Pinto, Google

L. Adrian Rodriguez Alarcon, Dell

Ricardo Rodriguez-Caceres, UPS

Teresa Saint-Blancard, GE

Brissa Solis Aguilar, Roku

Pablo Toro, Intel

Maria Silvana Vargas Dziaukszty, Bank of America

Rudy Vivas, McDonald’s

Click here to watch a video recap of this year’s program.

To learn more about the HACR YHCA program, please click here.


About HACR
Founded in 1986, the Hispanic Association on Corporate Responsibility (HACR) is one of the most influential advocacy organizations in the nation representing 13 national Hispanic organizations in the United States and Puerto Rico. Our mission is to advance the inclusion of Hispanics in Corporate America at a level commensurate with our economic contributions. To that end, HACR focuses on four areas of corporate social responsibility and market reciprocity: Employment, Procurement, Philanthropy, and Governance.

For more information, please contact:

Andrea Franco Director of Communications
Phone: 202-682-4012

For more from this organization:

Hispanic Association on Corporate Responsibility

 

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