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Posted by admin on 2006/4/21 4:00:00 (1610 reads)
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In partnership with the Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, the Cincinnati chapter of the National Society of Hispanic MBAs hosted on Thursday, April 20, a CONFERENCE KICK- OFF RECEPTION in anticipation of their 17th Annual Conference and Career Expo. The reception was sponsored by the Kroger Co.

NSHMBA works to prepare Hispanics for leadership positions throughout the U.S., so that they can provide the cultural awareness and sensitivity vital in the management of the nation’s diverse workforce.

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More pictures are in the Cincinnati section of our Photo Gallery
Posted by admin on 2006/4/20 8:30:00 (1682 reads)
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On Thursday, April 20, Detroit chapter of NSHMBA hosted a Power Breakfast & Award Ceremony at the Plum Hollow Golf Club.

Keynote Speaker was David Mounts, CFO Domino’s Pizza, who talked about "A CFO’s Perspective on Leadership".

NSHMBA also honored two Hispanics for their outstanding leadership in the community:

* Teresa Iglesias-Solomon, Marketing Director, Domino’s Pizza & Board Of Directors, AMCORE Financial (NASDAQ: AMFI)

* Frank Venegas, Chairman and CEO of Ideal Group

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More pictures are in the Detroit section of our Photo Gallery
Posted by admin on 2006/4/19 5:00:00 (1680 reads)
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Yesterday, April 18, at the Organization Awards organized by the Univesity of Dayton's Office of Student Involvement and Leadership, Phi Iota Alpha Fraternity. the oldest existing Latino Fraternity, was awarded the Diversity Program of the Year Award for the programming during Hispanic Heritage Month and the display case during Black History Month.

Posted by admin on 2006/4/17 0:00:00 (1865 reads)
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Meet Award-Winning Author, Francisco X. Alarcón

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On April 28, at 4 PM, Alarcón, a Chicano poet and educator, will share his special insights on the importance of education and of maintaining one’s cultural heritage. He will also address the need to manage the educational barriers of the rapidly growing Latino population in the tri-state area.
Mr. Alarcón currently teaches at the University of California, Davis, where he directs the Spanish for Native Speakers program. He is the author of ten volumes of poetry. In April 2002 he received the Fred Cody Lifetime Achievement Award from the Bay Area Book Reviewers Association in San Francisco.

For information about other community events with Francisco X. Alarcón, contact 859-962-4077.
Para Mas Información: 859-538-1175

Other public appearances:
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Posted by admin on 2006/4/13 1:20:00 (1882 reads)
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On Friday, April 14, Alma Gitana from Lexington, performed at Argentine Bean.

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More pictures & videos are at the Cincinnati section of our Photo Gallery
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Posted by admin on 2006/4/12 1:50:00 (1571 reads)
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LULAC Cincinnati announced yesterday winners of its first ever scholarships. These two scholarships, funded by LaVERDAD Marketing and MidwestLatino, went to two students from NKU: Clara Manzano and Yuliana Perez.

The scholarship winners were announced on April 11, 2006, at NKU Student Awards & Recognition Celebration organized by NKU's African-American Student Affairs and Latino Student Affairs.

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Above: Clara Manzano, recipient of LULAC Scholarship, with Michael Beck and Jason Riveiro (both from LULAC Cincinnati)
Posted by admin on 2006/4/12 1:50:00 (1679 reads)
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On April 11th, Northern Kentucky University hosted a "Student Awards & Recognition Celebration", organized by African-American Student Affairs and Latino Student Affairs, and honoring students with GPA of 3.00 and above. The keynote speaker was Maria Molina from P&G.

The 2006 Latino Student Academic Achievement Awards recipients were: Baird R. Ullrey (College of Arts & Sciences), Sarah N. Palmer (College of Business), Stephanie Olguin-Hargett (College of Education & Human Services), Jesús Olivo Jr. (College of Informatics), Melissa M. Durkin (Chase College of Law), Inez E. Ortiz (School of Nursing & Health Professions).

NKU students (Jennifer Lamb, Liz Osborne, Maria Sleder, and Ashley Long) also presented recent field study project conducted in Mazamitla, Mexico.

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More pictures are in the Cincinnati section of our Photo Gallery (click here)
Posted by admin on 2006/4/12 1:20:00 (1924 reads)
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The Ohio Commission on Hispanic/Latino Affairs (OCHLA) is hosting on Friday, April 28th, its annual

2006 Distinguished Hispanic Ohioan Recognition Dinner

Keynote speaker will be The Hon. Betty D. Montgomery, Auditor, State of Ohio.

The recipients of the "Distinguished Hispanic Ohioan Award" are:

Rich Gandarillas
Cecilia Roman Gerling
Consuelo Hernandez
Angie Martinez
Juan Santiago
Juanita Senquiz
Nuestro Rincon

This Award is given every year to "individuals and groups that have shown exemplary accomplishments and valued service to fellow Hispanics in Ohio".

The recipients of the "Nuestra Familia Award" are:

Michael Beck (MidwestLatino)
Dr. Greg Steward (Univ. of Cincinnati)
Home Savings Bank
Office of the Minority Affairs at The Ohio State University

The "Nuestra Familia Award" is Ohio's highest award for non-Hispanics in Ohio. It is given every year to those who "have done their utmost in supporting and contributing to the Hispanic community". Past recipients of this award include Ohio senator Ray Miller and US Senator Mike DeWine

We at MidwestLatino are very proud of this award, and our thanks go to all members of the Latino/Hispanic community who have supported us over the past few years. We couldn't be where we are today without your support and your trust. Our special thanks go also to our Board of Advisors, for their help and guidance.

If you would like to participate in the dinner, please contact: 614-466-8333
Posted by admin on 2006/4/11 8:30:00 (1606 reads)
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Congressman Sharrod Brown met on Saturday, April 8th, with Columbus' Latino community. He is a 2006 Ohio Democratic candidate for the United States Senate and wanted to hear from Latinos in Columbus about their issues. The conversation was facilitated by the Latino Leadership Initiative.

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More pictures are in the Columbus section of our Photo Gallery (click here)
Posted by admin on 2006/4/11 7:50:00 (2391 reads)
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The I-X Indoor Amusement Park, collaborating with Julia de Burgos, a non-profit cultural arts center, is hosting the second annual La Fiesta Latina, highlighting Hispanic heritage, April 22-23, 2006. La Fiesta Latina runs 1:00 PM – 9:00 PM on Saturday and Sunday, and includes a sampling of Latin music, dance, food, arts, and entertainment.

Luny Tunes & Mas Flow 2’s Baby Ranks, a nationally recognized reggaeton artist, performs Saturday April 22nd at 8:00 PM. Reggaeton combines the styles of techno, hip-hop and reggae to create a unique sound considered empowering with Spanish Caribbean youth. Live Bands and Dance troupes will highlight reggaeton and salsa, as well as Caribbean ballet, jazz and break dancing.
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Posted by admin on 2006/4/11 7:40:00 (3260 reads)
Butler County residents who need assistance have as of Monday, April 10, another helpful resource. The New Website:

has a searchable database contaning information about 750 private and public organizations that offer housing, food, counseling, adult day care, furniture, job training and beyond. Visitors can browse the available donations and agency efforts as needed.

This service is brought by Butler 211, a division of Butler County Job and Family Services in cooperation with Butler County Information Services, a division of the Auditor's Office.
Posted by admin on 2006/4/11 5:50:00 (1816 reads)
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On March 16th, Cincinnati's Mayor, Mark Mallory, presented his "State of the City Address" at the Freedom Center.

Thanks to Myrna Perez from Spanish Booster, MidwestLatino members can read it not only in English, but also in Spanish.

Click here to read Mayor Mallory's speech
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Posted by admin on 2006/4/10 7:20:00 (1652 reads)
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ArtNet, sponsored by CAA's Building Diverse Audiences Advisory Committee (BDAAC), in its second year, provides an opportunity for local artists to meet their peers and discover resources available to them in the community. A variety of schools, vendors, galleries, and art organizations come together to provide information to visual artists in a casual social setting at the Aronoff Center’s Weston Art Gallery. It will take place on Friday, April 21, 5:30-7:30 PM.

MidwestLatino would like to encouarge all Latino visual artists to attend. Admission is free, but registration is required.

For additional information contact or call 513-977-4163
Posted by admin on 2006/4/5 1:40:00 (1411 reads)
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Bienestar will honor Sister Margarita Brewer at its Recognition Luncheon on May 12th, 2006. The Luncheon will be at Cintas Center, Xavier University;

Registration Fee: $45 by Friday, April 14th ($450 per table of ten); $55 after April 14th ($550 per table of ten); Reservations must be made by April 27, 2006.;

To reserve space, please contact Leslie Schultz at 513-557-2730, ext. 408 or by e-mail at
Posted by admin on 2006/4/3 13:50:00 (1715 reads)
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Jamil Mahuad served as president of Ecuador from August 1998 to January 2000, capping almost 20 years in politics. His experiences—including the coup that ended his government— led to an academic career focusing on the challenges of governing struggling democracies in the age of globalization. Mahuad has held fellowships at Harvard University’s Center for Public Leadership at the Kennedy School of Government, the Institute of Politics and Harvard Law School.

On Monday, April 3rd, he hold a lecture at the Xavier University, talking about his presidency and sharing his thoughts about the challenges of implementing tough economic policies in Latin American democracies. as required by IMF and World Bank in order to receive loans.

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