Monday's panel focusing on the Latino community is now free of charge
September 11, 2019 | By Aileen Roberta Schlef | firstname.lastname@example.org
The National Press Club will underwrite Monday's conservation with U.S. Latino thought leaders, so admission will be free of charge.
Thie event marks the beginning of an ongoing series to engage and represent the diverse communities that make up our national fabric
The series is sponsored by the Club's Communicator and Events teams and will focus on the Latino community to kick off Hispanic Heritage Month.
The panel discussion begins at 8:30 a.m. Monday with Rosemary Ravinal, chief executive of, RMR Communications Consulting LLC;
Julissa Marenco, assistant secretary for communications and external affairs for the Smithsonian Institution; and (Jose) Antonio Tijerino, president and chief executive of the Hispanic Heritage Foundation.
The registration page reflects the new rates and all those who have already paid will receive a refund. Register online as soon as possible.