Congratulations goes to Chaitra Shenoy, 27, Domestic Violence Policy Analyst, who has won the very sexy, very sleek Casio Exilim Camera for participating in our Refer-3-Friends raffle.
Here’s what she had to say about us: “Reading The CulturalConnect allows me to read and applaud those in my community who are succeeding in their professions by following their passions, from the arts to law to business.”
Thanks to everyone who participated. Stay tuned for another opportunity to win a hot prize!
Influential Latina Superstar Kenia Davalos Bridging the Wealth Gap
For some, the easiest way to become wealthy is to be born wealthy. For the rest of us lining up quarters at the laundromat, we need a little advice in how to cultivate personal wealth, invest for retirement, and develop an entrepreneurial focus. The LatinConnect is pleased to introduce you to Kenia Davalos, Partner of Perini Enterprises / Biz-Investor and Founder of Davalos Development, both of which are Los Angeles based firms focused on…
Gilda Gonzales of the Unity Council Helping People Out of Poverty If you take a moment to look around you, you may see actually see your local community. Sometimes the only images we have of those in poverty are those that we see on TV of children in other countries. Gilda Gonzales, CEO of The Unity City Council, makes it her job to keep her eyes open…
Originally created as a showcase for Latino student filmmakers, the San Diego Latino Film Festival, in its 14th year, has emerged as one of the largest and well respected Latino film festivals in the country.
“Making Soul” Writing & Performance Workshops
1:00 pm (PST); 1-day and 8 week option: Mar-May
Epic Arts Center, 1923 Ashby, Berkeley in Berkeley, CA
Sign up today for the Making Soul Writing/Performance Spring Workshops!
***SPECIAL RATE FOR THE 8-WEEK SERIES, March 22-May 10: REGISTER BEFORE FEBRUARY 22 for the 1st class FREE!
www.aimeesuzara.net – go to “words/work” then “workshops”
Asian Pacific American Dispute Resolution Center’s 6th Annual Conversity Dinner