(The following story was published by the Bulldog Reporter on November 6, 2008)
The electoral victory of Barack Obama is about to remake our country and our public relations profession into a much more diverse, stronger and inclusive-minded place than it has ever been before. I say this being true to my Miami Cuban heritage—I was born Republican, consider Reagan my childhood hero, twice voted for George W. Bush, had never voted Democrat until 2008 and am now fiercely Independent.
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Hispanic Public Relations Association honors industry's top PR, media and corporate professionals during annual PRemio Awards
LOS ANGELES, CA - The Hispanic Public Relations Association(R) (HPRA), a non-profit organization founded to advance the careers of Hispanics in the field of communications, celebrated a night of excellence at its annual PRemio Awards & Scholarship Dinner last night at The California Club in downtown Los Angeles. The theme for the evening was "Culturas Inspiring Change," in honor of the rich and diverse cultures that strengthen our foundation and inspire change in our communities.
During the event, HPRA recognized