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A Legal Limbo By Luis Epstein

A Legal Limbo by Luis Epstein

Kim had to hide her books. She kept them on the roof of her home in Monrovia, Liberia, out of her abusive half sister’s sight. At six years old, Kim left the coastal town of Lexington, where she had lived with her parents and 16 siblings, to move in with…

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CHCI Alumni Association 2018 Annual Retreat

CHCI Alumni Association 2018 Annual Retreat

On April 13 - 14, CHCI Alumni Association (CHCI-AA) leaders from across the United States convened in Washington, D.C., for their leadership development annual retreat where they discussed and planned the much anticipated 20th anniversary of CHCI-AA. The opening reception featured welcoming remarks from CHCI CEO, Domenika Lynch and an…

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2018 CHCI Energy Summit

2018 CHCI Energy Summit

CHCI President & CEO Domenika Lynch and Vice-Chair Cristina Antelo with CHCI alumni at the 2018 Energy Summit   Washington, DC – On March 14th, the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI) hosted the 2018 CHCI Energy Summit – A World In Transition at the Newseum. Discussions focused on the evolving trends in…

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CHCI Welcomes New Board Members

CHCI Welcomes New Board Members

Welcome to our Newest Board Members! The Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI) proudly welcomes Peter R. Villegas, Vice President and Head of the Office of Latin Affairs, The Coca-Cola Company, to the CHCI Board of Directors, Maria Luisa Boyce, Director of Global Public Affairs, United Parcel Service (UPS), and Martin…

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CHCI Introduces New Logo And Brand Identity

CHCI Introduces New Logo and Brand Identity

Dear CHCI Alumni and Friends, Happy 2018! The start of the new year allows us the opportunity to reset priorities, create the intention for what matters, and set the tone for what comes next. In 1978, Hispanic Members of Congress established a leadership institute that would serve as a pipeline…

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