100 Hispanic Women, Inc. is a forum for Latinas, individuals and organizations who support Hispanas, to address issues affecting our communities, influence public policy affecting Latinas and their families, and to promote diversity.
To inspire Latinas to maximize their strengths and potential, in order to become equal partners in an empowered world of equal opportunity with equal justice, recognition, respect and dignity.
I am deeply humbled to have become the 3rd President of 100 Hispanic Women in January. >Read More<
An estimated 60.5% of Latinas will be part of the U.S. workforce in 2020, and we must prepare them to break through the glass ceiling in the private and public sectors. We remain steadfast in our mission – guiding Latinas towards excellence in leadership – and 100 Hispanic Women, Inc. has instituted programs to touch the lives of Latinas, some of which include:
Young Latinas Leadership Institute: an undergraduate mentoring and scholarship program
100 Hispanic Women Internship Program: for college students in good standing committed to public service
100 Hispanic Women Graduate Fellowship: a graduate scholarship program
Bronx Global Learning Institute for Girls: a dual-language charter school in the South Bronx fostering academic excellence, multiculturalism, and biliteracy
President Nancy Genova, President Emerita Milagros Baez O'Toole, and Board Secretary Miriam Gonzalez, Esq. at the 2015 Spring SOMOS Conference on March 12-13, 2015 in Albany, NY.
100 Hispanic Women National, Inc.'s Second Vice President, Maria Roman, along side Mayor of Arecibo, Puerto Rico, Honorable Carlos Molina, celebrating the 500th Anniversary of her hometown of Arecibo