HACR MEDIA HUB
Welcome to HACR’s new Media Hub, a one-stop shop for all communications, programs, and research news. Explore a variety of content from latest press releases, full length program sessions, HACR’s senior executive interviews and panels.
Starting in October 2019, HACR will also launch its new blog site. Read about how Corporate Members are making an impact with the Hispanic community, in depth thought leadership pieces from the HACR Research Institute, and deeper detail of HACR’s programs, and highlight stories of HACR’s coalition members.
hacr PROGRAM RECAP VIDEOS
Our featured video is the 12th Annual CEO Roundtable in Las Vegas, where Norma Garcia, Emmy Award-winning journalist, and anchor from Telemundo 39 Dallas sits down with Janet Foutty, chairman & CEO of Deloitte Consulting and Pedro Pizarro, president & CEO of Edison International. Learn about their professional backgrounds and how they are using their talent and influence to impact diversity and inclusion.
Additional videos below are HACR’s first ever Corporate Inclusion Index Awards Dinner, 2018 Annual Symposium- The Power of Hispanic Inclusion™ reel, and 2018 Young Hispanic Corporate Achievers™ testimonial video below.
HACR IN THE NEWS
On January 24, the Hispanic Association on Corporate Responsibility participated in a historic gathering at the 2019 World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. This was the first forum in Davos history where a panel centered on U.S. Hispanics and their impact on businesses from a consumer and talent perspective took place.We Are All Human Founder, Claudia Romo Edelman, was joined with HACR President & CEO, Cid Wilson, Fortune Magazine President & CEO, Alan Murray, and Microsoft President & Chief Legal Officer, Brad Smith. HACR is proud to partner with We Are All Human Foundation and thanks Microsoft for hosting and elevating the voice of Hispanics.
The first-ever Hispanic Leadership Summit at the United Nations concluded this week with a call-to-action to unify America’s Hispanic community of more than 55 million behind a set of common goals, as leaders expressed a desire to bolster the community’s image and voice in advance of the 2020 elections. Other leaders echoed the need to increase the U.S. Hispanic community’s influence, as the December 10th summit’s hashtag (#HispanicSummit 2018) became the number one trending topic on Twitter in both Dallas and New York. Click here to watch the full recording.
Also, Al Dia’s Greg DeShields, Executive Director of Philadelphia Diversity Multicultural Affairs Congress asks HACR CEO and President, Cid Wilson, what are the biggest challenges Latino’s face to move up in the corporate ladder in “A Conversation on Hispanic Inclusion in Corporate America.” Click here to watch the interview.
Nathalia Ortiz, host of Comcast Newsmakers asks why Latinos are underrepresented in corporate boards and how professionals can be a voice in order to be part of the conversation. Cid Wilson discusses the impact of activism, negative media, and creating a business shift with changing demographics. Click here to watch the full interview.
Host Jose Pinero of Mucho Success podcast asks Cid Wilson about his early beginnings and how he went from working in Wall Street as a mail clerk to HACR CEO and President. In part one, learn how his parent’s contribution to their community in Washington Heights, NY influenced Cid Wilson, on how he would give back later in life. Click here to listen to part one and two of the podcast.
HACR has formed media partnerships with some of the most influential Hispanic and mainstream publications that focus on diversity and Hispanic inclusion in Corporate America.
These media partners lead to a better understanding of the importance of having more Hispanics in boardrooms in Corporate America and C-Suites. They also provide HACR with a platform to showcase our program participants and highlight success stories that reinforce why Hispanic inclusion is good for shareholder value.
We encourage you to visit each of our media partners’ websites and see how each is working towards a more inclusive workforce by reading their featured stories and sharing with them your thoughts and ideas around Hispanic inclusion.