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HACR Launches New Program to Develop Mid and Upper Level Hispanic Executives

The Hispanic Association on Corporate Responsibility (HACR) is pleased to announce the launch of the HACR Leadership Pipeline Program (LPP) this fall.

The HACR LPP was created to provide Fortune 500 and HACR Corporate Member companies a forum to develop mid and upper level Hispanic executives.

“November will mark another milestone for HACR as we launch the HACR LPP,” said HACR President and CEO Cid D. Wilson. “This new program aims to bring together highly talented Hispanic executives to share best practices, learn from experts, network, and develop leadership and managerial skills to lead the way in Corporate America."

The HACR LPP will take place at the Marriott Marquis Washington, DC on November 2-3, 2015.

Who should attend?

The HACR LPP is intended for high-performing Hispanic executives, including past HACR program participants, who are between mid-level managers and C-Suite executives. There is no age requirement, or nomination procedure to attend.

What makes the HACR LPP unique?

The HACR LPP provides top-notch training and exposure to some of the highest-level Hispanic executives and business experts. Business sessions will focus on providing attendees with insights and tools on how to succeed in Corporate America and leverage the richness of their Hispanic identity to its fullest.

What is the cost to attend?

The registration fee for HACR Corporate Member participants is $999.00.

The Non-Corporate Member registration fee is $1,499.00.

To register, or more information about the HACR LPP, including the agenda, registration deadlines, and hotel reservations, click here.

Questions? Please contact HACR’s Director of Programs, Emma Etheridge, at (202) 682-4012 or via email at eetheridge@hacr.org.

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