With nearly a quarter of the U.S. population identifying as Hispanic or Latino, Hispanic Heritage Month is an important time to recognize our colleagues, customers and neighbors as we reflect on the many ways Hispanic and Latin American cultures have influenced our daily lives.

To celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month, respected and influential leaders, Manny Molera and Gary Acosta joined us for a live webinar to discuss their careers and how race and ethnicity impacted their journeys. Additionally, our guest speakers shared their advice for organizations like ours that are working to create more inclusive workplaces.

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With nearly a quarter of the U.S. population identifying as Hispanic or Latino, Hispanic Heritage Month is an important time to recognize our colleagues, customers and neighbors as we reflect on the many ways Hispanic and Latin American cultures have influenced our daily lives. To celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month, respected and influential leaders, Manny Molera

Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month

Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month

With nearly a quarter of the U.S. population identifying as Hispanic or Latino, Hispanic Heritage Month is an important time to recognize our colleagues, customers and neighbors as we reflect on the many ways Hispanic and Latin American cultures have influenced our daily lives. What began as a weeklong celebration honoring contributions of Hispanic Americans

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