Press release for Maria Hinojosa_updated last version
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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For Immediate Release
Contact: Chicago SHRM
Managed by GSS, Inc.
Susan Barbee, Marketing Director
WelcomerenownedNPRandformer CNN journalistMaria
Hinojosaexplorethe future of the Latinoworkforceat
May 13,2015. Theeventwill take placeat Google
headquartersin Chicago,and will be followedby a reception
at the GoogleCafé.
“As Latinos become the fastest growing segment of the workforce inAmerica,
now is the time HR and business leaders need to hear from a thought leader
like Hinojosa,” says Carol Semrad, Past-President of Chicago SHRM. “Withthe
additionof multiple generations and workers of rich and varied backgrounds,
organizations have realized better results and more interesting work
environments. They are interested inhaving their workforce more fully
represent the global economy and the world, and are looking for ways to
proactivelyrecruit and create engagement strategies to attract a diverse
Page 2 Welcome renowned NPR and former CNN journalist Maria Hinojosa explore the future of the Latino workforce at Google’s
About Maria Hinojosa
Maria Hinojosa is the anchor and executive producer of NPR’s Latino news and culture
show, Latino USA, and the PBSshow, America By the Numbers with Maria Hinojosa.
In over 25 years as an award-winning journalist for CNN, PBS, CBS, NPR and WGBH,
Hinojosa has informed millions about the changing cultural and political landscape in
America and abroad.
Hinojosa’s many awards include four Emmys; 2012 John Chancellor Award for Excellence
in Journalism; Robert F. Kennedy Award for Reporting on the Disadvantaged; Studs
Terkel Community Media Award; and Edward R. Murrow Award from the Overseas Press
Club for best documentary.
Business leaders and Human Resource professionals will want to hear Maria
Hinojosa’s presentationonexploring the future of the Latino workforce. She will share
key insights covering:
How your organization can tap into the fastest growing segment of the
Which business best practices have provensuccessful with this growing
Which industry trends are significantlyimpacting the Latino segment in
today’s market to prepare for tomorrow’s workforce
For event details and registration, click here.
About Chicago SHRM
Chicago SHRM was founded in 1948 by 28 Chicago area ‘personnel’ professionals.
Last year, the Chicago chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management,
(SHRM) celebrated its 60th year representing Chicago’s vibrant and diverse human
resource professionals that are leading business today. Today, Chicago SHRM has
grown into a thriving organization of over 900 members. Through dozens of
educational programs and diverse development opportunities, everything we do is
guided by our credo, “Learn, Connect, Advance.”