Hispanic Lifestyle’s 2016 Latinas of Influence

Hispanic Lifestyle's 2016 Latinas of Influence

Hispanic Lifestyle’s 2016 Latinas of Influence

2016 Latinas of Influence to be recognized at Hispanic Lifestyle’s 2016 Latina Conference on April 7 and 8, 2016, Ontario, California.

Once again I am excited to share with you Hispanic Lifestyle’s 2016 Latinas of Influence list. Our appreciation and gratitude to everyone who submitted names for our listing. Thank you for your time and commitment in sharing these wonderful stories of Latinas making a difference in our communities.

On March 1, 2016 in honor of Women’s History month, Hispanic Lifestyle will profile each one of these Latinas of Influence on our website hispaniclifestyle.com  In total Hispanic Lifestyle will share throughout our network 31 inspirational and empowering stories. Stay tuned the posted Latinas of Influence will be highlighted in RED.

LC'16_Postcard2aThe 2016 Latinas of Influence have been invited to participate in Hispanic Lifestyle’s Latina Conference 2016 to be held on April 7 & 8 in Ontario, California. Tickets are on Sales Now. For more information call 951.940.9099 or send email RDS@Hispaniclifestyle.com

Friends there will be a 2017 list, so please continue to share your stories with us throughout the year.

Richard Sandoval, President, Hispanic Lifestyle

Hispanic Lifestyle’s 2016 Latinas of Influence.

Ana Cubas President and Founder, Latina Public Service Academy (LAtinas) at Hispanic Heritage Foundation
Andrea Guendelman Co-Founder, www.BeVisible.soy
Azucena Maldonado Founder & President, Latina Golfers Association (LGA)
Bel Hernandez Journalist; Publisher; Producer; Entrepreneur; Latino Entertainment
Chef Lala Chef and Certified Nutritionist/ TV Personality / Author / motivational speaker
Christine Márquez-Hudson President & CEO of The Denver Foundation
Cristela Alonzo Actress, writer and producer
Cristina Garcia Alliances Marketing Operations at SugarCRM, Latina Coalition Silicon Valley
Crystal Cruz CBS2 Reporter
Darlene Trujillo Elliot Co-Founder of Spanish Town Heritage Foundation
Domenika Lynch Executive Director of the Latino Alumni Association
Dorene C. Dominguez CEO and Chairman of Vanir
Dr. Betty Uribe Executive Vice President, California Bank & Trust
Dr. Theresa Montaño Vice President, California Teachers Association
Frances Prado CEO of Ageless Beautiful Clever Creations, LLC
Gisel Ruiz Executive Vice President for the International People Division at Walmart
Irma Ramos Vice Chancellor of Human Resources for the North Orange County Community College District (NOCCCD)
Jes Sofia Valle Founder of Bloggers of Health
Josefa Salinas CEO of Salinas Media and Communications
Laura Contreras Rowe Chief Operating Officer at SiempreTax+
Lisa Baca Executive Director, CA Latino Leadership Institute
Lizette Salas Professional Golfer
Lorena Chavez DL Farm Management & Controller/CFO of LG Farms, Inc
Lourdes Nieto Chicago Police Officer and an anti-human trafficking instructor, advocate and philanthropist.
Michelle Rivera T.V Host, National Award winning Vocalist, Entertainment Blogger, Commercial Actress
Monica Gill Senior Vice President and General Manager, Multicultural Growth and Strategy at Nielsen
Patricia Arvielo President & Co-founder of New American Funding
Phyllis Barajas Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Conexión
Rosa Elena Sauceda President, National Latina Business Women Association Los Angeles
Sarah Magaña Withers Director of Development WSS Shoes. Style. Selection.
Yesenia M. Gallegos Partner (Employment/Business Litigation) at Fox Rothschild

About the 2016 List
Hispanic Lifestyle’s 2016 Latinas of Influence listing was complied from nomination submittals from our audience. The final selections were done by Richard Sandoval, president of Hispanic Lifestyle Inc.. Below are links to our previous honorees..

Author: Richard Sandoval

Richard Sandoval is an award winning journalist who produces Hispanic Lifestyle a television program broadcasting on several PBS stations throughout the United States. editorial@Hispaniclifestyle.com

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