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AMERICA FERRERA AND SYLVIA MENDEZ TO RECEIVE THE MEDALLION AWARD AT THE CONGRESSIONAL HISPANIC CAUCUS INSTITUTE (CHCI) 44TH ANNUAL AWARDS GALA

Washington, DC – August 09, 2021 - The Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI) has announced that it will present the Medallion Award at its upcoming CHCI 44th Annual Awards Gala to two distinguished leaders in the Latino community: Emmy Award-winning actor America Ferrera and civil rights leader Sylvia Mendez. The…

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EPISODE 3: MONICA LOZANO – LEGACIES

Monica Lozano, transformational leader across the public, private, and non-profit sectors with notable time at the helm of Impremedia, the parent company of the Spanish-language La Opinión news outlet, shares how her family’s legacy of hard work, love for their Mexican heritage, and passionate defense of American Latino civil rights has inspired her own approach to leadership, tough decision-making, and her advocacy for Latino leadership in our nation’s multiracial democracy.
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EPISODE 2: ESTEBAN SANTOS – CHALLENGES ARE NOT BARRIERS

Esteban Santos, Executive Vice President of Operations at Amgen, lays out his personal and professional mission to develop a diverse pipeline of hardworking talent in America’s corporate workforce, particularly within the STEM fields, and how Amgen is leading the biotechnology sector in their investments in healthcare innovation and cultivating Latino leadership.
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JAMIE DIMON – LESSONS FROM THE C-SUITE

In this special bonus episode, Chairman and CEO of JPMorgan Chase & Co. Jamie Dimon talks about growing up in New York, the changes brought to the city by the COVID-19 pandemic, what he’s learned about good leadership, corporate and personal efforts to advance communities of color, and the business community’s role as stewards of progress for the American people.
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Episode 6: Rep. Nanette Diaz Barragán – A Fighting Spirit

In this episode, Congresswoman and new CHCI Chair Nanette Diaz Barragán (CA-44) talks about how growing up in a large, blended family with immigrant parents in Southern California inspired her path through college and law school to the U.S. House of Representatives, and her lifelong fight for equity and justice for American Latinos and communities of color.
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CHCI Receives $275,000 Grant Award from Long-Standing Partner State Farm™

WASHINGTON, D.C. February 25, 2021 – The Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI), the nation’s premiere Latino leadership development organization, announced a $275,000 grant from State Farm®.  Since becoming a CHCI partner in 2004, State Farm has provided support towards CHCI’s Annual Leadership Conference, which included a pitch competition last year,…

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CHCI ANNOUNCES NEW ALUMNI ASSOCIATION LEADERSHIP FOR 2021-2022

Washington D.C. – January 27, 2021 — The Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI) announced the new members of its Alumni Association National Board, and regional chapter officers. The CHCI Alumni Association (CHCI-AA) is a network of more than 4,400 Latino professionals across the country. The national board includes Jose Plaza,…

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