Hispanic Executive Magazine & HACR Form Media Partnership

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The Hispanic Association on Corporate Responsibility (HACR) and Hispanic Executive magazine are proud to announce a new strategic media partnership aimed at highlighting Latino executives who are making a difference in the community and corporate sector.

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This strategic media partnership between Hispanic Executive and HACR will allow us to maximize our collective advocacy for increasing the number of Hispanic leaders in corporate America.

The Hispanic Association on Corporate Responsibility (HACR) and Hispanic Executive magazine are proud to announce a new strategic media partnership aimed at highlighting Latino executives who are making a difference in the community and corporate sector.

“HACR is proud to partner with Hispanic Executive magazine, a widely read and respected publication,” says HACR president and CEO Carlos Orta. “Our partnership with Hispanic Executive provides HACR with a new platform to strengthen the business case for Hispanic inclusion in corporate America."

Many of HACR’s members—including DaVita Inc.’s president Javier Rodriguez, Cargill’s Mike Fernandez, and A. Javier Soler of MillerCoors—have been previously highlighted in Hispanic Executive, making this partnership an exciting and ideal fit.

“This strategic media partnership between Hispanic Executive and HACR will allow us to maximize our collective advocacy for increasing the number of Hispanic leaders in corporate America,” says Pedro A. Guerrero, president of Guerrero Howe Custom Media, which publishes Hispanic Executive. “We are proud to share HACR’s commitment to this vital initiative.”

About Hispanic Executive: Since 2007, Hispanic Executive has been dedicated to uniting powerful leaders and advocating for Latino leadership through its effective, high-end design and in-depth profiles. Learn more at HispanicExecutive.com, @HispanicExecMag and facebook.com/hispanicexecutive.

About HACR: HACR's mission is to advance the inclusion of Hispanics in corporate America at a level commensurate with its economic contributions. HACR focuses on four areas of corporate social responsibility and market reciprocity: employment, procurement, philanthropy, and governance. In pursuit of its mission, HACR offers corporate America direct access to the Hispanic community—its talent, entrepreneurs, and leadership—creating a forum to ensure market reciprocity for the nation's Hispanic population. Learn more at facebook.com/HACR.ORG and on Twitter @HACRORG.

If you'd like more information, or to schedule an interview with Pedro A. Guerrero, please contact Vianni Busquets at 312-564-2185 or via e-mail at vianni (at) hispanicexecutive (dot) com.

To reach HACR, please contact Josh Silvia via e-mail at jsilvia (at) hacr (dot) org.

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