MOVING the needle on board participation

Schneider, Kristin; Schneider, Pablo
September 2015
Latino Leaders;Sep2015, Vol. 16 Issue 5, p28
The article presents brief profiles of Hispanic American executives, including Patricia Salas Pineda as chairman, José Luis Prado as vice chairman, and Dolores Kunda as executive director, that serve as board of directors of the organization the Latino Corporate Directors Association (LCDA) in the U.S. The topics discussed include their employment backgrounds, the educational backgrounds, and awards they received.


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