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HACR Announces the 2016 Class of Young Hispanic Corporate Achievers™ and Celebrates 10th Year of Program

The Hispanic Association on Corporate Responsibility (HACR), recognized 35 young professionals at the 2016 HACR Young Hispanic Corporate Achievers™ (YHCA) program in Washington, D.C. hosted once again by Altria Group. The four day program included a special awards ceremony and celebratory 10th Anniversary reception at the Mandarin Oriental, Washington, D.C.

The Hispanic Association on Corporate Responsibility (HACR), recognized 35 young professionals at the 2016 HACR Young Hispanic Corporate Achievers™ (YHCA) program in Washington, D.C. hosted once again by Altria Group. The four day program included a special awards ceremony and celebratory 10th Anniversary reception at the Mandarin Oriental, Washington, D.C.

“We are very proud of our 10th class of the HACR YHCAers,” HACR President & CEO Cid Wilson said, “This program highlights the future leaders of Corporate America, and we are fortunate to have the commitment and support of Altria to aid in their development.”

The annual program recognizes Hispanics leaders at Fortune 500 and/or HACR Corporate Member companies. Once selected, the young executives participated in an intensive multi-day leadership development, education, and training program.

“Over the last decade, Altria has had the honor of sponsoring the Young Hispanic Corporate Achievers™ program and the privilege of meeting hundreds of inspiring young leaders, said Pam Lieberman, director of Quality Compliance Management for Altria Client Services. “We are continually inspired by HACR’s examples of diversity and excellence.”

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 companies. Finalists are selected based on their demonstrated leadership qualities, achievements within their respective corporations, and proven commitment to the Hispanic community.

Click here to view a video recap of this year’s program and meet the 2016 HACR Young Hispanic Corporate Achievers™.

The 2016 HACR Young Hispanic Corporate Achievers™ are:

• Michael Ames, Altria Group
• Tony Argote, Jr., General Motors Co.
• Isadora Badi, Wyndham Worldwide
• Claudia S. Bodan, Bank of America Corp.
• Javi Borges, Ernst & Young
• Daniel Caratini, General Electric
• Giovanna Carrillo, PNC
• Juliana Carrillo, Prudential Financial, Inc.
• Ricardo Castillo, Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.
• Desirèe Colomina, Telemundo
• Alexandra Figueroa, General Motors Co.
• Carlos Gonzales, Ford Motor Company
• Andres Gutierrez, Ford Motor Company
• Lesley Carmen Harris, Wyndham Worldwide
• Lauren Howard, McKesson
• Dennis Jaramillo, Cisco Systems
• Susana Lizcano González, Union Pacific Railroad
• Jeffrey Martinez, PNC
• Christian P. Mendoza, Prudential Financial, Inc.
• Juanita Mendoza, Wells Fargo & Company
• Joseph Mieras, MassMutual
• Claudia B. Mills, Altria Group
• Nicholas Morales, Altria Group
• Bruno Alejandro Olvera Diaz, FCA US LLC
• Patricia Pacheco, Bank of America Corp.
• Eduardo Perez, Capital One Financial
• Julissa Ramirez, Intel
• David Reyes, UPS
• Darlyn Rodriguez Hayes, Microsoft
• Adriana Sandoval, Chevron
• Linellis Santiago-Bernier, Union Pacific Railroad
• Miguelina Stevens-Hernandez, TD Bank
• Monica Tijerina, McDonald’s Corporation
• Jossie Tirado, Microsoft
• Fernando Velasco, Capital One Financial

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