Profiles In Leadership

2001 Profiles In Leadership

HOPE's inaugural Profiles in Leadership highlighted five exceptional Latinas who through their involvement with HOPE, and in all other areas of life, demonstrated a pioneering spirit, a constant striving for excellence, and an unwavering commitment to the community. Their success stories were presented and recently revisited in the "HOPE" that their valuable experience and accomplishments may inspire others to achieve their full potential. 
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2002 Profiles In Leadership

The 2002 issue of Profiles in Leadership "The Strength of Your Health, The Power of Prevention" profiled three Latinas in the health field. As we know, Latinas are the primary caretakers of the family, making critical decisions on a daily basis. This issues explores the roles Latinas play in healthcare, from policy development and implementation to being providers, to influencing the health of our families and our communities. The women profiled in this issue continue to be leaders dedicated to improving the quality of and access to healthcare in California.

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2003 Profiles In Leadership
The 2003 issue of HOPE's Profiles in Leadership: "The Affluence of Latinas" focused on the financial education and the bold vision of five trailblazing Latinas, who reached financial success the old fashioned way, they earned it, by working hard and taking risks. The success of these focused and creative Latinas can be ours if we apply the principles of tenacity, a positive outlook, a good work ethic and a commitment to family and community. If we have the ability to look forward and forge ahead we can find new opportunities for ourselves.
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2004 Profiles In Leadership
The 2004 issue of HOPE's Profiles in Leadership "Latina Leaders in the Community College System" highlights six Latina leaders who were working to strengthen California's Community College (CCC) system. Through their interviews we learn first hand how these Latina leaders have worked to ensure that the CCC system stays affordable, accessible, and accountable to all Californians. HOPE also learned that Latinas attend CCC's at the highest rates of all public institutions of higher education.

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2005 Profiles In Leadership
2005 Profiles In LeadershipThe 2005 issue of Profiles in Leadership "A Handbook for Financial Leadership" profiled four successful Latinas in the financial and real estate fields. As Latinas continue to enter institutions of higher education, start small businesses, and rise up the professional ranks, their personal financial management becomes a critical factor to sustaining wealth and, as a cohort, raising the status of Latinas to a whole new income bracket and therefore, influence. The four Latinas that were profiled in this issue represent the "Latina economic force" in California. They shared their insights and some very practical tools you can employ to ensure Latinas are growing the economy and growing their influence.  
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