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Finalists Announced: D CEO’s 2018 Latino Business Awards

D CEO is proud to honor outstanding Latino leaders, companies, and organizations in North Texas.
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D CEO is proud to announce the Latino Business Awards finalists for 2018. A partnership between D CEO magazine and the Asociación de Empresarios Mexicanos, the program honors outstanding Latino leaders, companies, and organizations in North Texas.

All finalists will be recognized in the September issue of D CEO and at an exclusive event, where the honoree’s in this year’s program will be announced. The awards event will be held on Thursday, Sept. 6, 2018 from 5:30 – 8:00 p.m. at The Westin Downtown. To register for the event and learn more, please click here

Congratulations to the 2018 D CEO Latino Business Awards finalists:

Up and Comer

  • Grecia Garza, Rogers Healy and Associates
  • Marty Martinez, Social Revolt Agency
  • Ana Rodriguez, SMU Cox Latino Leadership Initiative

Outstanding Latino Business (Small Company)

  • Javier’s Gourmet Mexicano
  • MBL Title
  • People Performance Resources LLC

Outstanding Latino Business (Midsize Company)

  • CONTI Organization
  • Capital Plus Financial
  • Four Leaf Ventures LLC

Outstanding Latino Business (Large Company)

  • Mission Foods/GRUMA
  • Pinnacle Group
  • TSP

Outstanding Latino Advocate

  • Rafael Anchia, Civitas Capital Group
  • Maria Cristina Jaramillo, Grupo AHOrA
  • Karin Larrave, Northwestern Mutual
  • Henry Talavera, Polsinelli PC
  • Year Up Dallas/Fort Worth, Kris Muñoz-Vetter

Latino Executive of the Year

  • Jorge Corral, Accenture
  • Javier Montemayor, Children’s Health
  • Joseph “Joe” Rodriguez, Capital One
  • Alvaro Saenz, MD Medical Group

Outstanding Latino Nonprofit

  • Avance North Texas
  • Dallas Hispanic Law Foundation
  • Texans Can Academies
  • The Concilio
  • Trinity River Mission

 

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