This week’s Hispanic PR Leader profile is with Miriam Galicia-Duarte, Census Partnership Specialist.
HPRB: What was your childhood ambition?
Miriam Duarte: I was very curious and daring. My ambition was to take a chance to explore and experience as many new things as possible.
HPRB: Tell us about three people you admire and why?
MD: Three people that admire include my mother, Mahatma Gandhi and Cesar E. Chavez. My mother taught me to be courageous, strong, assertive but respectful. She taught me to continuously thrive to be a better person and to remain faithful to the family.
Two great leaders that I admire the most are Mahatma Gandhi and Cesar E. Chavez. Their common principles of courage, nonviolence and truth for the betterment of humanity remain honorable aspirations. They both personified exemplary service to humanity. Read More »
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