HACR Corporate Inclusion Index
For the past 25 years, HACR has advocated for the inclusion of Hispanics in Corporate America at a level commensurate with the U.S. Hispanic community's economic contributions. At 15 percent of the nation's population, Hispanics now represent the fastest-growing group of Americans in several categories: consumers, employees, business owners, taxpayers, and voters.
HACR's Board of Directors adopted the Corporate Accountability Strategy in early 2009. These coalition members represent 16 of the most influential and respected grassroots organizations in the United States and Puerto Rico.
HACR Corporate Governance Study
Since 1993, HACR has produced research on corporate governance and the 2007 HACR Corporate Governance Study marks almost 15 years of reporting on Hispanic inclusion at the highest levels.
The Hispanic imprint on American culture and business is undeniable. As the largest and fastest-growing minority community in the United States, Hispanics represent 14 percent of the population and one out of every eight employees in the labor force.For Corporate America, the growth in the Hispanic population has meant an opportunity to profit from the community’s expanding purchasing power, a hefty $863.1 billion in 2007.HACR advocates for greater inclusion of Hispanics in Corporate America.