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Univ of Miami Names New Head of School

University of Miami Global Academy (UMGA)University of Miami Names New Head for Online Middle and High School Dr. Maria E. Chelala to Lead College Preparatory

Dr. Maria Elana Chelala has been named the Head of School for the University of Miami Global Academy (UMGA) online middle and high school.

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ColorComm Circle Awards Honors 3 Latina Women in Communications

The 2015 ColorComm Conference (C2: The New Reality)CNN’s Lisa Ling to Keynote Awards Ceremony

Washington, DC (June  3, 2015) — ColorComm, the nation’s premier membership organization for women of color in communications, today announced the eight women to be honored at the ColorComm Circle Awards on Wednesday, July 29, 2015.

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Teach For America Selected For 2014 Latina Style 50 Report

Teach For AmericaNonprofit Organization Recognized for Promoting Diversity and Providing Leadership Opportunities for Latinas

NEW YORK CITY, — LATINA Style Inc., the premier company addressing the needs of the Latina professional and business owner in the U.S., announced this week that Teach For America is among the 50 companies selected for its 2014 LATINA Style 50 Report.

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Crusader Against Cancer

Jacqueline Barrientos, MDAs far back as Ancient Egypt, cancer has frustrated medical practice. Papyri written around 1600 BC describe various cases, with one concluding that “there is no treatment.”

But there’s hope for patients diagnosed with chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL)—a cancer that attacks the blood and bone marrow—thanks to Jacqueline Barrientos, MD, who isn’t intimidated by the history surrounding the disease.

She’s too busy helping to rewrite it.

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El Valien-T Makes His Dreams Come True

El Valentoso - El Valien-TThe tropical rhythms of Bryant Amastha AKA “El Valien-T” has been recognized worldwide with more than 500,000 copies of his first album titled “El Valentoso” being sold on iTunes.

His stage name “El Valien-T”, meaning brave one, has a special meaning behind it since he was born with a  congenital condition called  Arthrogryposis.

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