Hispanic public relations firm Izo, Inc. is co-hosting a Hispanic Heritage Month Breakfast that will feature a keynote by Presidential Medal Recipient, Dr. Juan Andrade Jr. September 15 in Salem, Oregon.  The breakfast is being presented by Salem Health.

Dr. Andrade is the president of the United States Hispanic Leadership Institute out of Chicago, IL. The Institute has trained over 250,000 present & future leaders and has registered over two million new voters. He is a Presidential Medal recipient, honored for “the performance of exemplary deeds of service for the nation”. He was presented with this medal at the White House by former President Bill Clinton for extraordinary accomplishments in promoting civic participation and leadership development.

Norm Gruber, CEO of Salem Health said: “As we celebrate the unique contributions of Hispanic Americans on this day, Salem Health is honored to welcome a great American to our community. His passion for ‘making a difference’ is a reminder that leadership exhibits itself at multiple levels. On behalf of Salem Health, we are proud to honor the contributions Latinos have made throughout our history.”

The Hispanic Heritage Month Breakfast is hosted by IZO Inc. in partnership with the Oregon Commission on Hispanic Affairs and the Latino Business Alliance. Individual tickets at $25 per person may be purchased on the event website at www.izomarketing.com/HHMB.