Hispanicize CEO Manny Ruiz and Congressmen John Lewis and Loretta Sanchez are this year’s winners of the Latinos in Information Sciences and Technology Association (LISTA) Beacon Awards. The the winners of its 4thAnnual Tech-Latino 2030 Legislative Forum and “Government Beacon Awards, which recognizes Government officials and community leaders who go above and beyond for the Latino community, will be honored at an awards ceremony at the Washington Hilton in Washington, DC on Thursday May 12th at 6:30 pm.
The 4th Annual LISTA Tech-Latino 2030 Legislative Forum and “Government Beacon” Awards is chaired by Thomas Oliver and will feature opening remarks by Tony Jimenez, Chair of LISTA and President of MicroTech. The event is sponsored by Cigna, AT&T, Amelia Consulting Group,Comcast, Verizon, Coca Cola, Booz Allen Hamilton, NCTA, CapitalPRWire, HITN-TV, Engage, Business Latino, BPDA, MITS America Global News, MicroTech, NHMA, NHIT, VHCC, Washington Latino, Thompson Coburn LLP and USHCC.
“Thanks to our sponsors vision LISTA will continue to develop the next generation of technology workforce”, said Tony Jimenez, Chair, LISTA National Board of Directors. “It is through the commitment and vision of corporations like these, that we are able to continue our mission to educate, motivate and empower the Latino community with technology and showcase the best the Latino community has to offer.
The LISTA Government Beacon Awards acknowledges government and community leaders from across the country who have given time and resources to make the Latino community shine on the Public Stage and who are the unsung heroes of our community. Winners were selected by LISTA’s Board of Directors in an online vote. Selection of these awardees was based on individual contributions made to the Latino community in 2010.
- LISTA Visionary Award– Manny Ruiz, CEO Hispanicize
- Government Beacon Award for Life Time Achievement-Congressman John Lewis.
- Government Beacon Award– Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez
Our awardees represents the very best America has to offer from all walks of life. They are the manifestation of dedication, integrity and intellect” said Jose A Marquez-Leon, National President and CEO of Latinos in Information Sciences and Technology Association. “It is precisely with the achievements of these winners in mind, that our commitment to the Latino community remains as strong as ever.”
EVENT INFORMATION IS BELOW:
What: LISTA 4th Annual Tech Latino 2030 Legislative Forum
Where: Washington Hilton, 1919 Connecticut Ave, NW, Washington, DC 20009
When: Thursday May 12th 2011
Time: 6:30pm -8:30pm
To register visit www.techlatino2030.org