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25 May 2022

Josie Gutierrez: USFS South Advisory Council Member leaves her Mark Beyond Hiking Trails

San Antonio, Texas is home to an array of nature attractions. Latinos account for more than half of the city’s population, yet not many of them have experienced camping, kayaking, hiking, and other outdoor recreational…
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18 May 2022

Roberto Salazar: The Value of Networking and Working for a Cause

Roberto Salazar grew up in Las Vegas, New Mexico, a small town that is predominantly populated by Latinos, and home to New Mexico Highlands University, where Salazar received his Bachelor of Arts in Management and…
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11 May 2022

Dr. Manuel Galaviz: Redefining the Immigrant Narrative in the United States

The United States is home to millions of immigrants including those who are undocumented, and ineligible for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA). Even though the undocumented population faces strict barriers, it is a resilient…
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04 May 2022

Janelle Hartley: Advocating for Digital Equity in Latino Communities

“It’s important to make sure that the Latino voice is heard so that we are not left behind,” said Hartley. “We don’t think our voice is strong enough, and that’s wrong.”
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27 April 2022

Michelle Neuenschwander: Reflecting on Hispanic Access Foundation’s Growth Since it was Founded in 2010

Non-profit organization leaders have a unique calling to service and community development. Michelle Neuenschwander has been working for Hispanic Access Foundation since the organization was founded. Throughout the years, Neuenschwander has witnessed Hispanic Access grow…
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19 April 2022

David Riera: Cultivating a Legacy of Hope Through Education and Professional Mentorship

David Riera is a United States Marine Corps Combat Veteran, mentor, doctoral scholar, an advocate, and a leader.
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