How are we creating the Brave spaces within our organizations to respond to the current climate? In the past few weeks, we have witnessed a surge of violence and hate crimes, from Uvalde Texas, to Buffalo to California, Houston, Chicago and Ohio. We have learned about the “replacement theory,” we have seen the court wrestle with reproductive rights.
“WGU and Prospanica share the desire to help individuals reach their full potential through quality education,” said Kimberly K. Estep, WGU’s Southeast Regional Vice President. “We are proud to partner with such a fantastic organization to expand opportunities for students and professionals alike to further their education and achieve career success.”
Prospanica, the Association of Hispanic MBAs and Business Professionals, welcomes Janet Simms as chair of the National Board of Directors and Erika Cramer as a new board member. “We’re thrilled to include these two successful finance executives to our governing board,” says Thomas Savino, CEO of Prospanica. “They are not only champions for diverse professionals and the organizations that support marginalized communities but leaders themselves who understand the complexities of the corporate landscape and the lives of professionals of color.”
Hispanic women tend to have a more negative experience with workplace DEI efforts, possibly because many say the planning of such training and other programs falls to them. That’s according to a recent report from Kanarys, a platform that measures DEI efforts, and Prospanica, the Association of Hispanic MBAs and Business Professionals. The report examined diversity and inclusion trends for Hispanic workers across the U.S.
El día de pago igualitario para las mujeres latinas, mejor conocido como Latina Equal Pay Day en Estados Unidos es el 21 de octubre. El primer informe de inclusión y equidad en el lugar de trabajo de Prospanica 2021 evaluó los esfuerzos de diversidad en lugares de trabajo corporativos para profesionales latinas y su experiencia en el lugar de trabajo realizado por Kanarys, una organización de diversidad, equidad, y la empresa de tecnología de inclusión (DEI), y Prospanica, una asociación nacional de profesionales de negocios.
Neiman Marcus is working with Prospanica, a national association of Hispanic MBAs and business professions that advocates for advancement of Hispanic professionals. In partnership with the association, it will network to recruit new leadership candidates for NMG and it has also provided funds to Prospanica’s scholarship foundation for undergraduate and graduate students.
Kanarys and Prospanica's survey reveals 1 in 2 Latinx employees (50%) felt or witnessed discrimination or bias in their workplace. Diversity, equity, and inclusion technology platform, Kanarys, Inc. partners with Prospanica to conduct a first-of-its-kind survey of Latinx employees in the U.S. to uncover valuable insights into the experiences of underrepresented professionals in corporate America.
The Prospanica Foundation is thrilled to award $64,000 in scholarship funds to 31 students across the United States and Puerto Rico. With the support of corporate partners Microsoft, John Deere and ExxonMobil, Prospanica, a leading professional development organization, is making a lasting, positive impact in students’ lives.
Prospanica is thrilled to present the annual Conference & Career Expo on October 30 – November 1 at the Rosen Centre, 9840 International Drive, Orlando, FL. The Conference is an opportunity for business professionals and students to network, engage in professional development workshops and explore next gen ideas with colleagues and Fortune 500 companies from across the nation.
Prospanica is proud to announce their partnership with the University of Dallas for their Summer Webinar Series, beginning on July 25. Through this four- part series, members will further their professional knowledge and sharpen their skills with the help of University of Dallas professors.
Prospanica, the leading association of Hispanic professionals, partners with the University of Denver’s Daniels College of Business to launch, the first of its kind, Prospanica Board Leadership Program (PBLP).