The first AL DÍA Entrepreneurs Power Lunch featured a conversation with the Consul General of Israel, Dani Dayan.
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La serie global de oradores de AL DÍA nos obligó a pensar por qué un evento como ese podría aportar algo único a nuestra ciudad, "tan llena de eventos", como espetó un invitado la semana pasada.
AL DÍA Global Speaker Series forced us to think why an event like that could add something unique to our city— “so full of events,” as a guest said last week.
Lili Gil Valletta is coming to Philadelphia to talk about the importance of cultural intelligence in business.
Juvenile Law Center honored three distinguished individuals with the 2019 Leadership Prize for their career's work, looking to improve the lives of youth.
Después de casi 200 años de enfermería moderna, el papel de una enfermera ha visto algunos cambios; Valerie Caraballo es un ejemplo brillante, ya que trabaja incansablemente para brindarles a las enfermeras y a la comunidad hispana las herramientas e inspiración para ingresar a la profesión de enfermería y promover las necesidades de salud de la comunidad.
After almost 200 years of modern nursing, the role of a nurse has seen some shifts; Valerie Caraballo is a shining example, as she works tirelessly to give nurses and the Hispanic community the tools and inspiration to enter the nursing profession, and promote the community's health needs.
The Hispanic community is likely to be the one most underrepresented if a citizenship question is allowed on the census.
André Arbeláez y su organización, HC3, intentan promover una mayor diversidad en los puestos ejecutivos de alto nivel.
André Arbeláez and his organization, HC3, look to bring more diversity into high-level executive positions and contribute to the growth of U.S. Economy in the 21st century.
Action Wellness' signature event, Dining Out For Life, has raised millions of dollars in efforts to help end HIV.
La conferencia anual promueve discusiones abiertas con la comunidad latinoamericana en la región, reforzando sus lazos y generando oportunidades para tejer redes.
The annual conference prompts open discussions with the Latin American community on the region, while building stronger community and generating opportunities to network.
La falta de visibilidad local de una reciente cumbre organizada por Wharton School evidencia la indiferencia de Filadelfia ante la mitad del continente americano.
The lack of local visibility of a recent Wharton School Summit tells you volumes about Philadelphia’s indifference to half of the American continent.
The Greater Philadelphia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce held their 29th Annual Meeting on Mar. 27, but this year, allowed members to make their own suggestions and recommendations for the 2019-2020 Latino Small Business Agenda.
Three sisters—each experiencing bouts with lupus—educate, advocate, and support other women of color battling the disorder through their non-profit, ASK Lupus.
The Chamber announced the partnership with the goal of helping amplify the voices of America’s diverse small business community.
The former senator will be remembered for his tremendous contributions towards eliminating gender discrimination in schools and universities, as well as several other constitutional reform legislation.
La Voz de esta comunidad es finalmente audible, gracias a jóvenes Ejecutivos como Anthony Rosado, un “Phillyrican” con una mente amplia y un corazón profundo.
The voice of this community is finally audible, thanks to Young Executives like Anthony Rosado, from Wells Fargo, a “Phillyrican” with a ample mind and a profound heart.
A motto from Oscar Muñoz, US Latino CEO of United Airlines.
El motto de Oscar Muñoz, el CEO Latino de United Airlines
At the Hispanic Heritage Awards Luncheon, AL DÍA recognized five local leaders of Hispanic descent for the vital contributions they make in our region.
As we finish the month assigned in the calendar to the celebration of Hispanic Heritage, I made this reflection before an audience of around 300 guests who packed the Lincoln Hall this past week to attend AL DÍA’s Hispanic Heritage Awards Luncheon.