The HISPA Role Model Bureau kicks off its 5th year on September 25 during a Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration hosted by the Merck Hispanos Organization.
Lawton C. Johnson Summit Middle School students, pictured from left, front row, Maria Sanchez, Ashley Benitez, Matthew Murillo, and Andrew Ledezma, gather for a photo with school staff members and representatives of HISPA (Hispanics Inspiring Student Performance and Achievement), who were guest speakers at the school’s “Latino Leadership Luncheon” held on April 30.
At AT&T, Alicia Abella is widely regarded for her eff orts in developing long-distance
collaboration tools. As Executive Director of the Human Computer Interface Services Research Department, she leads a group of researchers dedicated to eliminating the need for plane travel and other commuting methods that potentially harm the environment or overuse energy resources.
AT&T Scientist's Green Advancements Recognized by Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute
Sept. 16, 2009
Last night, the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI) recognized the importance of a greener future by honoring someone that IS helping to get us there.
...YOU were an important part of the success of the HISPA Role Model Bureau!
In appreciation we have put together an audiovisual summary of achievements that THANKS TO YOU was accomplished during the past academic year.
The HISPA Team