Ruben Hernandez

In living color

In living color

Artist creates his works right before audience’s eyes

 Julie Amparano

Nana 2.0!

Nana 2.0!

A new twist on what we call our grandmother

 LPM Staff

Inaugural event memorable

Inaugural event memorable

History was made, tears were shed, and the memories of those who served in the military were recounted as Latino Perspectives Magazine held its inaugural Honoring Latinos Who Serve Awards. The event, Nov. 14 in downtown Phoenix, drew 300 people including such dignitaries as Gov. Janet Napolitano, Phoenix Mayor Phil Gordon and Maricopa County Board […]

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Cárdenas named ASU general counsel, senior VP

Cárdenas named ASU general counsel, senior VP

José A. Cárdenas was named senior vice president and general counsel of Arizona State University, an appointment subject to approval by the Arizona Board of Regents. Cárdenas is chairman of the law firm of Lewis and Roca and a partner in its commercial litigation practice group. His community affiliations include serving as a board member or […]

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CPLC names 3 new board members

Chicanos Por La Causa in November named Carmen Cornejo, George Diaz and Tony Moya to its 20-member board of directors. “The CPLC board of directors provides oversight to ensure that the organization stays grounded. They also play the important role of being our eyes and ears out in the community, providing a real grassroots connection,” […]

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SRP names Moya manager of Latino Relations

SRP names Moya manager of Latino Relations

Tony Moya was named manager of Latino Relations at Salt River Project, a position created to strategically develop and carry out SRP’s community outreach activities to the Hispanic community. “SRP has a long history of reaching out to the Hispanic community. Our affiliations with Hispanic nonprofit organizations are some of the strongest,” Moya says. “I […]

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Ortega honored with Ohtli Award

Ortega honored with Ohtli Award

Phoenix lawyer Danny Ortega was named the 2008 winner of the Ohtli Award, the highest honor bestowed by the Mexican government to a foreigner. Ortega was honored for his work in the Valley’s Mexican community. Attending the presentation, held Oct. 20 at the Kerr Cultural Center, were Arizona Attorney General Terry Goddard, State Senator Pete […]

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Galindo-Elvira earns Brooks award

Carlos Galindo-Elvira, vice president of Philanthropic and Community Relations at Valle del Sol, was presented with the “Al” Brooks Community Leadership Award by the Anti-Defamation League. ADL honored Galindo-Elvira for his on-going work to connect cultures and communities. “Carlos recognizes how critically important it is to work outside the vacuum of one’s own ethnic, religious […]

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De Rito Partners adds Hispanic Retail Leasing team

De Rito Partners, Inc., named Jose Barbosa and Lizette Fonseca as the first members of its Hispanic Retail Leasing team. Fonseca is a native of Nogales, Sonora, and Barbosa is a native of Guadalajara, Mexico. Barbosa is a member of the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN). Both are members of the International […]

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STAR awards

Wanda Ronquillo, Tape Drive and Automation Manager at Systems and Technology Group at IBM in Tucson, was honored with the Junipero Serra Award by the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers at its 2008 SHPE convention last month in Phoenix. Ronquillo’s Technical Achievement Recognition (STAR) Award was one of two major awards handed out. David Jauregui […]