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HACR is Proud to Welcome American Express as its Newest Corporate Member

The Hispanic Association on Corporate Responsibility (HACR) welcomes American Express, one of the world’s largest card issuers by purchase volume, as its newest Fortune 100 Corporate member. They join a growing number of companies who are making a concerted effort to further the advancement of Hispanic inclusion in Corporate America.

"American Express celebrates a workforce rich in diversity. Diversity is one of our core values – and present in the way we engage our employees and customers. Recently, we launched the Hispanic Leader Advancement initiative to support the advancement of Hispanic leaders into more senior roles in our organization,” said Paul Fabara,executive vice president and general manager of global services for American Express.

“In partnership with HACR, we will further our efforts to promote an inclusive culture that fosters an environment where our Hispanic talent can continue to develop and progress,” said Fabara.

In line with HACR’s core principles, American Express understands the value of a skilled leadership pool available to Corporate America and is committed to dedicate resources to attract, develop and retain talented Hispanic employees. HACR is proud to work with a company like American Express to help further its mission, as they will bring a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the conversation regarding Hispanic inclusion within the ranks of Fortune 100 corporations.

“We are honored to have American Express join our growing network of companies that are committed to advancing Hispanic inclusion in Corporate America,” said HACR President and CEO Carlos F. Orta. “I know that this new partnership will strengthen our mission, advance our corporate accountability strategies, and strengthen American Express' commitment to Hispanic inclusion.” About American Express American Express is a global services company, providing customers with access to products, insights and experiences that enrich lives and build business success. Learn more at www.americanexpress.com.

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