New series connects journalists, communicators with diverse thought leaders on Monday
September 10, 2019 | By Aileen Roberta Schlef | email@example.com
A Monday, Sept. 16, event at the National Press Club will focus on building relationships with the Latino community, making it possible to consider different points of view from a multicultural perspective.
This Mexican Independence Day event at 8:30 a.m. kicks off Hispanic Heritage Month and features a diverse panel of Latino officials from media, communications and community organizations who will offer a new look into the U.S. Latino market. Register online.
The buying power of U.S. Latinos has grown to $1.5 trillion in 2018 from $213 billion in 1990. That's an increase of 212 percent, more than double the non-Hispanic growth of 92 percent over the same period.
It is expected to rise to $1.9 trillion in 2023.
The panelists include:
-- Rosemary Ravinal, chief executive of RMR Communications Consulting LLC and former corporate executive at Univision Communications, A&E Television and Sony Mobile Communications.
-- Julissa Marenco, assistant secretary for communications and external affairs at the Smithsonian Institution. Marenco oversees the Institution’s Office of Public Affairs, Government Relations, Visitor Services, and Special Events and Protocol.
-- (Jose) Antonio Tijerino, president and chief executive of Hispanic Heritage Foundation. Tijerino formerly worked for the Fannie Mae Foundation, Nike, Cohn & Wolfe, and Burson-Marsteller.