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Altria salutes the Hispanic Association for Corporate Responsibility. We congratulate all of those honored as 2014 Young Hispanic Corporate Achievers.

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ABOUT THE HACR YOUNG HISPANIC CORPORATE ACHIEVERS™ Now in its eighth year, the HACR Young Hispanic Corporate AchieversTM (HACR YHCA) Program was created to recognize young executives in Corporate America who have shown leadership qualities at their respective companies along with a proven commitment to the Hispanic community.

HACR understands that a company’s success will be increasingly assisted by their own in-house Hispanic talent. The HACR YHCA program is instrumental in not only helping companies identify their high potential leaders but equally as important in recognizing those leaders at the national level.

The annual program recognizes young Hispanics at Fortune 500 and/or HACR corporate member companies. Once selected, HACR YHCAers participate in an intensive three-day leadership development, education, and training conference.

As the Hispanic community continues to grow in population, political clout, and economic buying power, Corporate America is realizing that companies who have cultural competence and utilize in-house Hispanic decision-makers to develop products are having greater success than companies who lack these skills and understanding—it is the power of Hispanic inclusion.

Being selected as an HACR YHCAer means that these executives have been recognized by their companies and by national Hispanic community leaders who comprise HACR’s Board of Directors. NOMINEE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: • Must be between the ages of 25–40 at the time award is received (April 8, 2014). • Must be of Hispanic descent. • Must be a U.S.-based employee at a Fortune 500 and/or HACR corporate member company. • Have demonstrated leadership qualities and capabilities within their respective corporations. • Commitment to the Hispanic community.

AREAS OF FOCUS: A numerical ranking system is used to evaluate the nominees’ candidacy in the following areas: • Education • Professional Experience • Community Involvement and Volunteerism • Leadership and Advocacy Skills

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2014 HACR YOUNG HISPANIC CORPORATE ACHIEVERS™ CLASS Cinthya Allen AT&T

Sylena Echevarria MassMutual

Elvia Pacheco Fluor Corporation

Alejandro Alonso Telemundo

Ibelka Fernandez ESPN

Daniel Pinho PNC Bank

Jennifer Altarriba ESPN

James Freedman Aponte Bank of America

Alejandro Ponce de Leon Intel Corporation

Ernesto Arredondo, Jr. Wells Fargo

Juan Garcia State Farm Insurance

Luis A. Rivera The Hartford

Karina Baril Walmart

Ariel A. González AARP

Walter Rodriguez Verizon Communications

Christian Campos Wells Fargo

Erika Gonzalez Mercedes Wyndham Worldwide

Nydia J. Sahagún Target Corporation

Gloria Candelario Hossri Johnson & Johnson

David Guzman Wells Fargo

Adrianna Samaniego Google, Inc.

Linda Castillo Comerica Bank

Vanessa Heck AT&T

Alexander Toland General Electric

Luz Janet Castro Johnson & Johnson

Angelica Hurtado ING

Joseph Gerardo Torres AT&T

Zeferino Cisneros General Electric

Beatriz Medina Pratt Cisco Systems

Robert Trujillo Target Corporation

Nydia Correa General Motors

Diana E. Ortega General Motors

Orietta Verdugo Intel Corporation

Manuel Diaz Johnson & Johnson

Alberto Ortega Sodexo

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CINTHYA ALLEN

ALEJANDRO ALONSO

AT&T

TELEMUNDO

Cinthya Allen has been with AT&T for more than 13 years, beginning her career in Finance. Throughout her career she has embarked on opportunities of great scope from developing her immediate team, leading the transition of a complete organization, being appointed manager over AT&T Executive Appeals where she worked alongside the AT&T Office of the President, and partnering with AT&T Business Sales to solidify global transactions.

Alejandro Alonso is Vice President of Marketing for mun2, having joined the network in 2008. In his role he oversees brand development and execution for mun2 and creates all marketing campaigns and strategic opportunities to connect with the mun2’s growing audience. Adding to his list of duties, he oversees the development and activation of mun2’s consumer activations, a list of which includes night club tours, consumer concerts, and guerrilla marketing stunts.

Ms. Allen is dedicated to her community, staying connected through volunteerism and networking. Her commitment to the AT&T Employee Resource Group and nonprofit organization, HACEMOS, is evident in the success of the projects she manages for this group of more than 7,000 members. She is currently serving her fifth year on the National Executive Board. She is a proud alumnus of The University of Oklahoma where she earned a B.S. in Sociology-Criminology, with a minor in Spanish.

Prior to joining mun2, Mr. Alonso oversaw strategic media planning for Carat’s accounts active in the U.S. multicultural space. He also spent several years at Anheuser-Busch’s Busch Media Group, where he worked on local marketing and media buying for the company. He held previous positions at Starcom’s Hispanic group, Tapestry, after college. Mr. Alonso earned his B.A. from Northwestern University in Spanish Literature and Culture and completed a year-abroad at the University of Seville.

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JENNIFER ALTARRIBA

ERNESTO ARREDONDO, JR.

ESPN

WELLS FARGO

Jennifer Altarriba joined ESPN’s Remote Operations department in February 2011, as the current Director of Operations over Crewing and Logistics. Her team is responsible for the communication among their event workforce, vendors, and contract arrangements for the 10,000 freelancers employed on events including Monday Night Football, NCAA basketball, NBA, and College Football.

Ernesto Arredondo, Jr. is the President for the San Diego market. A 15-year banking veteran, Mr. Arredondo manages $5.8 billion in deposits and loans and 670 employees. He serves on boards for the San Diego Chamber of Commerce, Father Joe’s Villages, LEAD San Diego, BBB, the San Ysidro Education Vanguard, and is a Foundation Trustee for UCSD. Mr. Arredondo was recognized among the “Top 40 under 40” business executives by San Diego Metro Magazine in 2013.

She joined ESPN in February 2004 as their first International Assignment Editor, managing the flow of content between the U.S. SportsCenter and the newly launched U.S. Spanish-language network, ESPN Deportes. Her role allowed her to travel and facilitate content for major events including the 2006 FIFA World Cup, Euro 2008, Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, and the 2010 FIFA World Cup in Johannesburg, South Africa. Ms. Altarriba graduated with honors from Harvard University in 2003, earning a B.A. in Spanish and American Literature.

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Congratulations Jennifer Altarriba Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re proud HACR recognizes your leadership.


Leadership Interview Series Walmart partners with HACR to highlight Hispanic leaders who are making a difference within their companies and communities, including representatives from Walmart.

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KARINA BARIL

CHRISTIAN CAMPOS

WALMART

WELLS FARGO

Karina Baril joined the Walmart Foundation as Director of Live Better in September 2012, to lead the integration and coordination of strategic priorities across the “Live Better” portfolio. She also leads communications and stakeholder engagement for the Foundation.

Christian Campos is a Senior Vice-President and leads the Premier Phone Banks for Wells Fargo’s Customer Connection. He has more than 17 years of experience in the banking industry and has held several leadership positions since he joined Wells Fargo in 2004.

Prior to joining the Foundation, Ms. Baril was Director of Project Development and Administration for Integration, Walmart International. In that capacity, she worked with newly acquired businesses in South Africa, Brazil, Chile, and Central America to introduce governance, culture, and operating best practices. She also spent one year as a Store Manager in Supercenter #3360 gaining critical experience in store operations.

Active in his community, Mr. Campos currently serves on the board of directors for Clear Passage. He is also involved in the Latino Business Administration, Sierra Lakes PTA, and the United Way. He attended California State University, Northridge, where he received a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration.

She serves as Engagement Chair of the Hispanic and Latino Associate Resource Group, advisor to Dress for Success Northwest Arkansas and director on the board of the Community Clinic. Ms. Baril earned a B.A. in International Relations and History from Tufts University and an MBA from Babson College.

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GLORIA CANDELARIO HOSSRI

LINDA CASTILLO

JOHNSON & JOHNSON

COMERICA BANK

Gloria Candelario Hossri serves as the Senior Manager, IT Application Services Commercial and R&D for Johnson & Johnson. She has more than 13 years of rich and diverse company experience and an educational background in management, marketing, and economics. She is currently part of the Application Services Commercial and R&D leadership team with responsibility for the Global Digital Delivery Process.

Linda Castillo is leveraging more than 15 years of marketing experience and her entrepreneurial spirit in her current position as the Assistant Vice President for Small Business Marketing at Comerica Bank. She is also active in two Employee Resource Groups, Western Market Women’s Forum and the LGBT initiative, developing programs that garner a healthy organizational and inclusive culture.

Ms. Candelario Hossri has been a member of HOLA, the Hispanic Employee Resource Group of Johnson & Johnson, since 2001. She joined the Senior Leadership Team in January 2012 and coleads HOLA’s Support Business Growth strategy.

She is an ambassador to the Hispanic community via her work as the founder of the online magazine Modern Latina, creating and curating content to inspire and empower Latinas. Additionally, she serves as the Social Media Advisory Board Member for the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Monterey County and she is a mentor to college students providing them with encouragement and guidance to pursue their academic and professional goals. Linda earned a B.S. in Business Administration and a M.S. in Mass Communications from San Jose State University and she recently received a Web Design and Interactive Media Certificate from UCSC Extension in Silicon Valley.

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Achieving great things for our community When someone comes along who has the courage and vision to turn dreams into reality, the future looks brighter for everyone. Wells Fargo is proud to sponsor HACR. Congratulations to Ernesto, Christian, David, and all the 2014 Young Hispanic Corporate Achieversâ&#x201E;˘ finalists.

Ernesto Arredondo, Jr. Senior Vice President, Area President, San Diego

Christian Campos Senior Vice President, Premier Phone Bank

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LUZ JANET CASTRO

ZEFERINO CISNEROS

JOHNSON & JOHNSON

GENERAL ELECTRIC

Luz Janet Castro is currently a Sales Business Manager in the Miami market. Previously as a Market Development Specialist, she was in charge of assessing the Florida healthcare market to create and implement regional marketing strategies. She has also worked on marketing localization, translation, and training initiatives in Latin America.

Zeferino Cisneros, Executive Manager for GE Healthcare Border Operations (BOP), began his GE career in 2000 where he graduated from OMLP and since then, has been progressively growing in different roles including materials, quality, operations, and manufacturing project management.

Ms. Castro has led the Diabetes Chapter of Johnson & Johnson’s Employee Research Group, HOLA, since 2009 where she has forged relationships with strategic partners and has served as a diversity advisor. Ms. Castro is a Co-Founder of the National Hispanic Sales Network Northeast Region, an organization committed to the advancement of the Hispanic professional. Ms. Castro received her B.A. at Rutgers University, where she also received a Mini-MBA in Social Media Marketing. Ms. Castro also serves on the media team at her local church.

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He has been leading several plant transformations where processes and results were used as best practices for supply chain framework, received multiple awards in his career including an operational excellence award, top productivity business, first place globally two years in a row in lean manufacturing transformation and a world class manufacturing deployment system. Under Mr. Cisneros’ leadership BOP has grown from $180 million in sales in 2010 to $650 million in 2013 through multiple NPI transfers, execution and organic growth. The operation is VPP star certified where people engagement was mentioned as “best in class.” BOP has also been Global Ergo cup finalist for two years in a row and is poised for continuous growth and operational expansion.

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NYDIA CORREA

MANUEL DIAZ

GENERAL MOTORS

JOHNSON & JOHNSON

Nydia Correa is a Chassis Robustness Engineer in General Motors’ (GM) Product Engineering Quality (PEQ) organization. In this role, she is responsible for ensuring proper execution of engineering design tools within Brake, Tire Wheels, and Air Induction systems to achieve initial quality, product excellence, reliability, and durability targets in six vehicle programs.

Manuel Diaz has more than 10 years of combined experience in project management, business intelligence, and process improvement. As Manager of Systems Integration for the Procurement function at Johnson & Johnson, he leads the implementation of a global business intelligence platform that will deliver significant annual savings and overall efficiencies for J&J.

Ms. Correa is the GM Hispanic Initiative Team (GMHIT) Community Service Committee Lead, Roberto Clemente Academy’s A World in Motion (AWIM) program coordinator, and a Latin Americans for Social & Economic Development (LASED) Tax Assistance Program volunteer. She has been a GMHIT Executive Board member since 2013 and is the current ERG Treasurer, and was also recently selected to participate in SHPE’s Executive Leadership Institute program.

Given his experience in Supplier Diversity, Mr. Diaz has served as the Chair for the ERG Subcommittee to the LGBT Chamber of Commerce Corporate Advisory Council for the past two years, and actively participates at local and national events for the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and its affiliate chambers.

Ms. Correa obtained a bachelor’s degree in Industrial Engineering in 2006 from the University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez (UPRM). She then obtained a master’s degree in Automotive Engineering from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. Ms. Correa is currently completing a graduate certificate in Customer Value and Market Success at Stanford University.

Certified as Six Sigma Black Belt and Project Management Professional, he holds a bachelor’s in Industrial and Systems Engineering from Florida International University and an MBA from Rutgers Business School in New Jersey.

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SYLENA ECHEVARRIA

IBELKA FERNANDEZ

MASSMUTUAL

ESPN

Sylena Echevarria is currently an Assistant Vice President in MassMutual’s U.S. Insurance Group where she is the head of the Client Services Life and Disability Income Post Issue service organization. She leads a group of approximately 150 employees across two different campuses, and is accountable for the strategic leadership and oversight of all service, quality, productivity, budget, and key performance goals.

Ibelka Fernandez is the Director, HR Business Partner for ESPN. Since joining the ESPN Human Resources Business Partner team in March 2008, Ms. Fernandez has provided the sales and marketing division with strong HR leadership in support of their strategic objectives while driving high levels of employee engagement.

Ms. Echevarria is the Chair of MassMutual’s ALMMA (Association of Latino’s at MassMutual and Allies) Employee Resource Group. ALMMA was named among the Top Five ERG’s in 2013 by Latina Style! magazine. She is a FINRA Registered Representative and Supervising Principal and holds both Series 6 and 26 licenses.

She participated in National Association for Multi-Ethnicity in Communications’ Leadership Program, ESPN’s Mentoring Program, and is actively engaged in the Disney Heroes Work Here campaign. As part of American Corporate Partners (ACP), an initiative of the Heroes Work Here Campaign, Ms. Fernandez mentors an FBI veteran on career transitioning from military to civilian business life. Ms. Fernandez gives back to the community through her involvement with the HISPA role model program. Most recently she had the opportunity to address more than 100 middle school students in NYC Public schools about the importance of education. She received her B.A. in Psychology from City College of New York and her M.S. in HR Management from The New School in 2005.

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Celebrating Outstanding Achievement Congratulations to James Freedman Aponte & others on being HACR 2014 Young Hispanic Corporate Achievers™. We are proud to join in recognizing your accomplishments.    

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JAMES FREEDMAN APONTE

JUAN GARCIA

BANK OF AMERICA

STATE FARM INSURANCE

James Freedman Aponte is a Vice President and Credit & Banking Product Manager for Bank of America’s Wealth Management Banking organization. He is currently responsible for developing sales and support strategies for Merrill Lynch and U.S. Trust clients across the retail banking footprint. Previously, he supported ATM strategy and innovation, and the development of the ATM with Teller Assist®.

Juan Garcia is a Systems Analyst with the Innovation Team at State Farm Insurance. He is responsible for driving results for products developed to add value to State Farm customers. He began his Career at State Farm in 2006 as a Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Analyst where he helped further develop State Farm’s geo-spatial capabilities. Prior to that, Mr. Garcia was the head of the GIS program for the McLean County government in Illinois.

Mr. Freedman Aponte currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Simmons YMCA in Charlotte, NC. He is also CoChair of Bank of America’s Hispanic/ Latino Organization for Leadership and Advancement in Charlotte. He received his MBA from University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business. He also holds a M.S. in Electrical Engineering from George Washington University, and a B.S. from Georgia Tech in Computer Engineering.

Mr. Garcia is passionate about community service. He is the current president of the Bloomington-Normal Daybreak Rotary Club. He holds a B.S. in Civil Engineering from Universidad de los Andes and a M.Sc. in Applied Computer Science from Illinois State University.

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ARIEL A. GONZÁLEZ

ERIKA GONZALEZ MERCEDES

AARP

W YNDHAM WORLDWIDE

Ariel González serves as AARP’s Director of Federal Health and Family Advocacy for the more than 38 million member organization. In this role, he serves as AARP’s chief Capitol Hill lobbyist in the areas of health and family and executes lobbying strategies to clarify and promote AARP’s health and family advocacy and policy objectives.

Erika Gonzalez Mercedes is Manager of Diversity and Inclusion at Wyndham Worldwide. In her role, she is responsible for diversity and inclusion initiatives in recruitment, university relations, as well as developing relationships with organizations in support of the company’s diversity mission.

Mr. González oversees a team of lobbyists in the areas of healthcare and family issues impacting the 50 plus population. He has more than 13 years of federal and state advocacy experience in the areas of political and health care law. Mr. González also holds a B.S. from James Madison University and an M.A. in Legislative Affairs from the George Washington University.

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She is also an active participant in nonprofit organizations and has served as a board member for the National Society of Hispanic MBAs - New Jersey chapter since 2011. Ms. Gonzalez Mercedes is also involved with the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, the Lupus Foundation of America, the Big Brothers Big Sisters program, and serves as a mentor in her community for young professionals. Ms. Gonzalez Mercedes attended The College of New Jersey where she received a B.S in Business Administration Marketing, and later obtained an MBA in Healthcare Administration from Seton Hall University.

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G RACIAS

Giving Recognition And Congratulating Inspiring Achievers of Success. AT&T is proud to celebrate the outstanding work of this yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s HACR Young Hispanic Corporate Achievers, who have inspired us with true leadership, vision, and love for their community. For their commitment to professional excellence and cultural progress, we not only congratulate them, but are honored to give them a BIG THANK YOU.


DAVID GUZMAN

VANESSA HECK

WELLS FARGO

AT&T

David Guzman serves as Greater Tampa Bay Regional President for Wells Fargo where he manages 79 stores and more than 900 community banking team members. A 12year veteran of the company, Mr. Guzman began his career with Wells Fargo as a store manager in Los Angeles, CA. Since then he has served in a variety of leadership roles including District Manager and Area President. Most recently he served as Florida’s Regional Affluent Sales Leader.

Vanessa Heck is the Chief of Staff supporting AdWorks, an advertising division within the U-verse organization, her primary responsibility is to develop and monitor strategies that drive cash flow and margin growth.

Throughout his career, Mr. Guzman has been an active member of his community. He currently serves on the board of directors of Women in Distress and as an Executive Advisory board member of Florida Equality. He is Series 7 licensed and is a graduate of California State University at Northridge and the University of Virginia Banking School.

Ms. Heck serves on the board of the Hispanic/Latino Association of Communications Employees of AT&T (HACEMOS), a nonprofit organization. She helps mentor youth in the Dallas community by encouraging them to complete their high school education while stressing the importance of a college degree. Through her leadership roles within HACEMOS she has made a direct impact on the community; leading fundraising events that have provided $150,000 in scholarships to local students. She earned both her bachelor’s and master’s in Accounting from Texas A&M University.

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A culture of respect, empowerment, and innovation. Diverse backgrounds with different perspectives. Collaborating to create a great place to work with an intense customer focus. Cisco congratulates Beatriz Medina Pratt and the 2014 HACR Young Hispanic Corporate Achieversâ&#x201E;˘ Together we can change the way we work, live, play, and learn. To find out more, visit: cisco.com/go/diversity

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ANGELICA HURTADO

BEATRIZ MEDINA PRATT

ING

CISCO SYSTEMS

Angelica Hurtado is a Senior IT Project Manager at ING, who leads complex IT projects to enhance enterprise-wide applications while driving improvements in quality. She has spent 13 years in process improvement and Lean Six Sigma.

Beatriz Medina Pratt is an Operations Program Manager at Cisco Systems, a global leader in information technology. Ms. Medina Pratt is responsible for managing operations & leading program communications for the corporate quality organization.

Ms. Hurtado is also an active participant in various philanthropic efforts in the Atlanta community. She served as the Chair of the ING Latino Employee Resource group from 2009 to 2011 and was the Director of Events for the Atlanta chapter of ALPFA.

As Co-President of Conexion, Ciscoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Latino Employee Resource Organization (ERO), she manages the strategic direction of a global 950-member team. Under her leadership, Conexion has been recognized by Latino Magazine, LatinaStyle and other organizations for their programs aimed at encouraging students to pursue careers in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics). Last year, more than 1,500 Latino students benefitted from these innovative programs. Ms. Medina Pratt is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) and received her B.S. in Human Services from California State University Fullerton.

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DIANA E. ORTEGA

ALBERTO ORTEGA

GENERAL MOTORS

SODEXO

Diana E. Ortega is the Quality Launcher Manager at the Detroit Hamtramck Assembly Center for General Motors Company. She is responsible for achieving quality metrics on a future vehicle program. During her 16-year career as a Senior Engineer she has held various roles within the Manufacturing Engineering group.

Alberto Ortega serves as Director of Community Relations at Sodexo USA, a food and facilities firm. Globally, Sodexo is proudly represented by nearly 430,000 employees in 81 countries serving more than 50 million customers a day in more than 36,000 client sites that include corporations, government facilities, schools, hospitals, health care organizations, retirement communities, and college campuses.

In addition to her role as Manager she serves as a Board Member on GM’s Hispanic Employee Resource Group, “GM HIT”. For the 2013-2014 term, she serves as the Vice-President for the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers Detroit Professional Chapter; she also provides mentorship to young Professional Engineers in the local Detroit community. She holds a bachelor’s of Mechanical Engineering from the University of Detroit Mercy, and an MBA from the University of Michigan-Flint.

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Mr. Ortega has more than 10 years of experience in human resources and community development. His efforts to support Sodexo’s operations and sales resulted in winning more than $13 million in new business. Mr. Ortega holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology from Loyola University Chicago and a master’s Degree from the School of Social Service Administration at the University of Chicago.

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OUR HATS OFF TO YOU.

General Motors congratulates all the HACR Young Hispanic Corporate AchieversTM recipients, including Diana Ortega and Nydia Correa for their tremendous contributions to GM.

gm.com/diversity Š2014 General Motors. All rights reserved.


Target applauds the 2014 HACR Young Hispanic Corporate Achievers

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With special congratulations to our own Target team members, Nydia Sahagún and Robert Trujillo, on being selected to be a part of the YHCA program. We’re thankful for talented people like you who come to work with us every day. We couldn’t be happier about celebrating your accomplishments with you. Our sincerest best wishes, and thanks for being you. To learn more about the diverse team at Target, visit Target.com/diversity.

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ELVIA PACHECO

DANIEL PINHO

FLUOR CORPORATION

PNC BANK

Elvia Pacheco serves as the SAP Global Org Hierarchy Lead for Fluor Corporation, responsible for maintaining the company’s organizational/ hierarchy structure within their HR system of record.

Daniel Pinho is Senior Vice President and Assistant Group Manager at PNC Bank’s Trade Finance group in Pittsburgh. In this dual role, he is responsible for the general management and financial performance of a specialized lending unit and manages a Corporate & Institutional group that oversees a specialty loan portfolio to support trade finance.

Ms. Pacheco is a recipient of the Riley Institute Diversity Awards for promoting diversity at the college level. In 2010, she was featured in Greenville, South Carolina Business Magazine’s “Best and Brightest Under 35” and in 2012 in Click Magazine for being a Positive Role Model to the Latino Youth in the Upstate. She has held positions with the Greenville, South Carolina Chamber of Commerce, and the Junior Board of the YWCA, the YWCA’s Board of Directors as well as the University of South Carolina Upstate Alum Board. In 2013, she started LatinosUnited.

Mr. Pinho also serves on the North American Council and chairs the Structure Trade and Export Finance Committee of BAFT - Banker’s Association for Finance. He is a member of the Association of Latino Professionals in Finance and Accounting and is Vice President of the board of Ten Thousand Villages in Pittsburgh, a nonprofit organization focused on fair trade. In 2013, he was included in Poder Hispanic Magazine’s 20 under 40 Latinos going places. Originally from Brazil, Mr. Pinho graduated from the University of São Paulo with a Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering degree and with a business degree from Brazil’s Mackenzie University. He later earned an MBA from the University of Connecticut.

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ALEJANDRO PONCE DE LEON

LUIS A. RIVERA

INTEL CORPORATION

THE HARTFORD

Alex Ponce de Leon is an attorney for the Intel Corporation overseeing discovery on complex commercial litigation and government investigations. He also implements new discovery policies and procedures designed to reduce costs and mitigate legal risk. Mr. Ponce de Leon is a frequent speaker on topics including e-discovery law, litigation management, and information governance.

Luis A. Rivera is an Assistant Vice President in The Hartford’s Claims Account and Agency Management unit, where he leads the Claims Agency Management and Program Management teams. The Agency Management team serves as claim liaisons to the company’s largest and most important insurance agencies and brokers, delivering proactive communication and facilitating solutions for all agencies on claim service issues. The Program Management team supports program business through disciplined claims service activities that attract and retain profitable business and create a distinctive Hartford Experience for our insured and agent/broker partners.

Prior to joining Intel, he was a litigator at Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman in San Francisco. He is a member of the California Bar Association’s Council on Access and Fairness. Before practicing law, Mr. Ponce de Leon served as a policy advisor at the California State Legislature and a management consultant for Accenture where he worked advising the City of Boston. He received his B.A. from Brown University, his M.Sc. from the London School of Economics, and his JD from Northwestern University School of Law.

Mr. Rivera also serves as the Chair of the Hispanic Leadership Network (HLN) at The Hartford. Under his leadership, HLN has increased its membership from 55 members to nearly 400 members in two years; established seven affiliate chapters in The Hartford offices across the country (NY, FL, CA, TX, AZ, PA, and IL), and hosted three signature events. He holds an undergraduate degree from Fairfield University and a JD from Quinnipiac University and is a member of the Connecticut Bar.

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WALTER RODRIGUEZ

NYDIA J. SAHAGÚN

VERIZON COMMUNICATIONS

TARGET CORPORATION

Walter Rodriguez is Director of Growth Initiatives and Marketing Operations for Verizon Enterprise Solutions where he provides direct support to the Chief Marketing Officer and ensures increased visibility, efficiency, knowledge, and preparedness of the marketing organization.

Nydia J. Sahagún currently leads the multicultural marketing efforts at Target, a Fortune 50 Corporation. As Senior Manager, Multicultural Brand Marketing, she oversees the development of Target’s strategy to grow share and affinity with multicultural guests.

He is a member of the National Society of Hispanic MBAs, serves his church as a Board Member and previously served on the church’s Youth Committee. Mr. Rodriguez received his MBA from Centenary College in Parsippany, New Jersey and quickly moved up the ranks to his current role as an executive and leader of the business where he is continually motivated to learn and expand on his responsibilities to further his mindset and career.

In her previous role as multicultural marketing director at Sears Holding Corporation, Ms. Sahagún’s shaped the go-to-market approach for Sears and Kmart brands. Ms. Sahagún’s leadership role with the company, in partnership with channel partners and the corporation’s business units, helped drive U.S. Hispanic sales growth, as well as successful new product/program launches in both the Hispanic and African-American markets, including Sears and Kmart’s first Spanish-language websites, Steve Harvey and Casa Cristina celebrity partnerships, the ground-breaking Latina Smart platform, and Madres y Comadres, the first brand-produced U.S. Hispanic webnovela. Ms. Sahagún’s received her MBA from Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University and her bachelor’s degree from Columbia College in Marketing Communication.

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ADRIANNA SAMANIEGO ALEXANDER TOLAND GOOGLE, INC.

GENERAL ELECTRIC

Adrianna Samaniego is currently an Account Manager at Google, Inc. focusing on top B2B businesses. In that capacity, she meets regularly with CEOs, advises them on what’s best for their businesses, and helps develop digital media strategies.

Alexander Toland is the Sales Force Effectiveness Leader for GE Capital, Equipment, Finance, a $1 billion business in Chicago. He has been with GE for seven years transitioning into progressive global sales and marketing roles within GE Capital, Energy Services, and Energy Management businesses. Prior to GE, Mr. Toland held various sales and marketing roles in multiple industries focused on strategy, innovation, and business development.

Prior to joining Google, Ms. Samaniego worked at Goldman Sachs in the Finance division. In addition, she serves on the Board of the Hispanic Googler Network, Google’s employee resource group. She also Co-Founded and co-leads on Google’s Hispanic Business Development team, which focuses on programs to engage the Hispanic community and businesses with Google’s products and services. With this, she was project lead for Get America’s Business Online con Google. Outside of Google, she also serves on the national leadership team for her sorority, Lambda Theta Alpha Latin Sorority, Inc. Ms. Samaniego’s excellence in the workplace and community has been recognized on numerous occasions, with honors like Google Diversity Team Award, B2B Vertical Leadership Award, Lambda Theta Alpha Young Professional of the Year Award, and Silicon Valley’s Latino Emerging Leader Award. She graduated with a B.A. in Business Finance from The University of Georgia.

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He serves as the GE Hispanic Forum National Community Service Leader where he leads a team of 50 volunteer leaders and 4,000 volunteers to commit more than 20,000 hours to improving health awareness and educational opportunities in underserved communities in 2013. He founded a GE HF/HSF scholarship program in 2010, which has given more than $250,000 and mentored 200 STEM college students across the U.S. Mr. Toland is originally from Southern California and received his bachelor’s from California State Fullerton, a MABS from Dallas Theological Seminary, and an MBA from Emory’s Goizueta Business School.

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JOSEPH GERARDO TORRES

ROBERT TRUJILLO

AT&T

TARGET CORPORATION

Joseph Gerardo Torres is an accomplished manager with more than 16 years in the telecommunications industry. He started his career with AT&T in 1997 and in 2011, he joined AT&T‘s Service Management Organization where he has coordinated the funding of more than $13 Million in Information Technology improvements driving towards revenue growth and process automation.

Robert Trujillo is a Director for Target Stores. He is someone that is able to build great teams that deliver outstanding results while championing change in complex environments. More recently, Mr. Trujillo has been asked to speak on topics such as “Personal Development” and “Leading through Change” to enhance corporate reputation.

Throughout his 16-year tenure Mr. Torres received six Vice President’s awards and in 2009 received the AT&T’s Diamond Club Award for his cumulative achievement of more than $10 million in cost savings. In 2009, he was selected to be a part of the inaugural class of the Accelerated Development Program, which culminated in a presentation to the CEO. Mr. Torres is an active member of his community recognized for his many contributions.

He earned his MBA and PMP from Regis University, and has donated his time to colleges to assist in career development and growth for diverse students across the country.

He holds an Executive MBA and in 2012 received his PMP Certification.

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ORIETTA VERDUGO INTEL CORPORATION

Orietta Verdugo is a Manufacturing Manager for the Substrate Packaging Technology Development Factory at Intel Corporation. She is responsible for the safety, quality, cost, delivery, and people development for the factory located in Chandler, Arizona. Ms. Verdugo is active within the Latino community and enjoys promoting STEM careers. Last year she was responsible for the strategic initiatives and goals of attracting, retaining, and developing Latinos at Intel as the Intel Latino Network Chair. She currently is the alumna advisor for the Lambda Chapter of Kappa Delta Chi Sorority, Inc. She holds a B.S. in Industrial Engineering from Arizona State University. She received a MBA and M.S. in Engineering Systems from Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

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Congratulations to this Yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Young Hispanic Corporate Achievers. UCI commends the Hispanic Association on Corporate Responsibility for empowering a generation of diverse leaders.


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2014 HACR YOUNG HISPANIC CORPORATE ACHIEVERS™ PROGRAM CLASS PROFILE PERSONAL INFORMATION Average Age

COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT

36.3 years old

GENDER BREAKDOWN Male Female

50% 50%

GEOGRAPHIC BREAKDOWN North Eastern U.S. Mid-Western U.S. Southern U.S. Western U.S.

25% 22% 25% 28%

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Nonprofit Board Service Nonprofit Board Executive Committees

Awards and Recognition Average Number of Awards

19% 22% 36% 23%

97% 70% 11% 11% 97%

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67%

RECOGNITION

EDUCATION Bachelor’s Degree Master’s Degree Advanced Degrees J.D. Continuing Education Programs

97%

Average Annual Volunteer Service Hours 228 hours Cumulative Annual Volunteer Service Hours 8,195 hours

Average Years in Workforce 14 years Cumulative Years in Workforce 488 years S/A/ Vice-Presidents Directors Managers Other

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2014 HACR YOUNG HISPANIC CORPORATE ACHIEVERS™ PROGRAM INDUSTRY PROFILE COMPANIES REPRESENTED AND SECTOR DIVERSITY HACR Corporate Members HACR Corporate Non-Members COMMERCIAL BANKS Bank of America Comerica Bank PNC Bank Wells Fargo

89% 11%

INSURANCE: PROPERTY AND CASUALTY (MUTUAL) State Farm INSURANCE: PROPERTY AND CASUALTY (STOCK) The Hartford INTERNET SERVICES AND RETAILING Google

DIVERSIFIED FINANCIALS General Electric

MOTOR VEHICLES AND PARTS General Motors NETWORK AND OTHER COMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT Cisco Systems

ENGINEERING, CONSTRUCTION Fluor Corporation ENTERTAINMENT ESPN

OTHER - MEDIA Telemundo

FOOD SERVICES Sodexo

OTHER - NPO AARP

GENERAL MERCHANDISERS Target Walmart

PHARMACEUTICALS Johnson & Johnson

HOTELS, CASINOS, RESORTS Wyndham Worldwide

SEMICONDUCTORS AND OTHER ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS Intel

INSURANCE: LIFE, HEALTH (MUTUAL) MassMutual

TELECOMMUNICATIONS AT&T Verizon

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