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National Latina Business Women Association (NLBWA) Is proud to join Engage Cuba, as part of the advisory coalition group of an exciting new coalition dedicated to coalescing and mobilizing non-governmental organizations, non-profit groups, civil society organizations, citizens, businesses and associations for the purpose of supporting the ongoing U.S.-Cuba normalization process and reforming U.S.-Cuba relations. 


The American Dream Honors

The American Dream Honors Presents:

The American Dream Honors

Benefiting the Hispanic Scholarship Fund a non-profit 501(c) (3)

Los Angeles, CA August 3rd, 2012 7:00 PM at The Dream Wedding and Banquet Hall, 3255 Wilshire Blvd, #100, Los Angeles, CA 90010

This is a {Red Carpet} with media/press {national/international} coverage of Honorees, invited celebrity and VIP guest, with dinner, presentation of honors and special guest entertainment event which is expected to reach capacity. “RSVP” required.
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“The American Dream Honors” celebrating the 1st annual tribute dinner honors recognizing outstanding individuals of Latin descent in the United States whose personal achievements and positive influences have inspired and paved the way for others of the Hispanic community to also follow in pursuit of obtaining careers in business, professional, sports and entertainment fields. Our mission and purpose is to help support and raise awareness to non-profit and various charitable community organizations which centers around educational and programs focusing on the youth of America in minority communities.



Oscar dela Hoya, Edward James Olmos, Maria Choncita Alonso, Tony Plana, John Diaz MD ,Lupe Ontiveros, Danny Trejo, Ana Perez, Luz Herrera,Esq. Alejandro Menchaca,Esq.



Emilio Rivera, Jacob Vargas, Elena Diaz, Panchito Gomez, Jose Yenque, Paul Vasquez, Oscar Torre

The American Dream Honors proceeds will benefit the Hispanic Scholarship fund, a non-profit 501 (c) (3) dedicated to offering financial assistance by making scholarship funds available to students seeking further educational pursuits. 

Sponsors include: La Curacao, Budweiser, and Coca-Cola

Contact Information: 

American Dream Honors
(Thomas Santiago-Wright) 310-497-0122
Los Angeles, CA

WIPP Establishes Strategic Partnership with National Latina Business Women Association

For Immediate Release
Contact: Marianela Silva
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Washington, DC, July 9, 2012 – Today Women Impacting Public Policy (WIPP) announced a strategic partnership with the National Latina Business Women Association (NLBWA) that will allow both organizations to strengthen their ability to advocate for women business owners and work together to help their members experience successful business growth. Both WIPP and NLBWA will collaborate on educational programming, events and activities that are of mutual interest and benefit to both organizations and their members.

National Latina Business Women Association (NLBWA) and NLBWA’s Foundation Inc. is a national organization whose mission is to empower, promote, develop and support the rapid growth of Latina business owners and professionals. NLBWA advocates and supports the development of chapters throughout the U.S. to create equal representation, active participation in the development of public policy, education and business opportunities for Latinas throughout the country.

“NLBWA’s partnership with WIPP is in sync with our philosophy, and cultural values said NLBWA President Suzanna Sanchez. “The universal need for all women in the U.S. to work together aimed at empowering our future leaders with the proper skills and tools is critical to having a solid foundation to build a sustainable path for the future, WIPP’s proactive position as advocates for equality and equal representation compliments what NLBWA is already advocating towards with our partners and national alliances.”

WIPP is a national nonpartisan public policy organization advocating on behalf of nearly one million women-owned businesses and representing sixty-four business organizations. WIPP provides timely economic information, identifies important trends and opportunities to its membership and partners, and provides a collaborative model for the public and private sectors in increase the economic power of women-owned businesses.

“Partnering with the NLBWA will help WIPP strengthen its outreach to women business owners and increase its advocacy and educational programming said WIPP President Barbara Kasoff. “The National Latina Business Women Association is a very well respected voice, and WIPP is proud to be collaborating with an organization that creates so many incredible opportunities for women.”

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