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Jacob Arias: Product of His Father’s Love, Support and Wisdom

Jacob Arias shares the influence his father and The Alumni Society board member Victor Arias has had on his life, and offers the greatest bits of advice he’s received.

2017 Ambassador Spotlight: Jorge Salichs

A 2017 ambassador for The Alumni Society, Jorge Salichs sat down to talk about his passion for improving conditions in Puerto Rico and offer valuable insights into entrepreneurship.

Recap: 2016 Catalyst San Francisco Event

Netflix’s Tawni Cranz was the featured speaker during an exclusive presentation and breakout session at the Catalyst San Francisco event on November 16, hosted by The Alumni Society.

Neflix to Sponsor 2016 Catalyst San Francisco Event

San Francisco, CA—Netflix will be the presenting sponsor for The Alumni Society’s 2016 Catalyst San Francisco invitation-only event.

Recap: 2016 Catalyst Dallas Event

The Alumni Society’s Catalyst Dallas, presented by Capital One, was held at The Joule Hotel on September 22 and brought together Latino executives from top-tier universities nationwide.

Facebook and The Alumni Society to host Facebook Live session

The Alumni Society, along with corporate partner Facebook, will host a Facebook Live webinar at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, September 13.

Recap: Catalyst Event in San Francisco

The Alumni Society’ held its first regional Catalyst event presented by Netflix, which included three speakers, dinner, a cocktail hour, and breakout sessions

Campus Crusader

Some teenagers in America are raised knowing they’ll attend at least one Ivy League school. María Carla Chicuén wasn’t one of them.

The Case for Connecting

Alberto Ortega has always been a relationships guy. Since he joined Sodexo in 2011, Ortega has built bridges for his company the way an engineer would for a city.

Hispanic Executive Features Society Member

Hispanic Executive magazine featured Rafael Diaz-Granados, a member of the society and managing member at Miami-based Eagle Grove Investments.

Bridging the Health-Care Gap

To fix a broken health-care system, Elena Rios of the National Hispanic Medical Association says we need to fix our communication.

When Culture Creates a Glass Ceiling

Exploring the tension between the humility taught in Hispanic culture and the inherent authority expected in a corporate leadership role.

The Latino population is growing. Can colleges help Wall Street keep up?

If American universities want their diversity to be representative, they’ll need the help of legislatures and the private sector.

Latinos in Corporate America: Keys to Success Panel

By 2020, one in three Americans will be Latino, yet only 3 percent of the executive suite is represented by Latino individuals.