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CHCI's 2011 Hispanic Heritage Month Events were a huge success!  This year's events featured members of Congress, Cabinet members, foreign digitaries, television and music celebrities, national leaders and industry experts, and of course, the President and First Lady. 

These events wouldn't be possible without the generous support of our sponsors.  CHCI would like to thank every sponsor for its participation and dedication to Keeping the Promise to develop the next generation of Latino leaders.


HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH EVENT SPONSORS

AWARDS GALA HOST


PUBLIC POLICY CONFERENCE HOST


PREMIER


INNOVATOR
          


CHAMPION 

 

                                                

                              

                 

 


 

2011 PUBLIC POLICY CONFERENCE

Hosted By:

 

 CHAIR'S KICK-OFF PRIVATE RECEPTION


Lead Sponsor:

FedEx

CHAIR'S KICK-OFF RECEPTION IN HONOR OF 9/11 FIRST RESPONDERS

 

 

OPENING PLENARY: "Keeping the Promise: U.S. Economy and the Changing Demographics"
 
Lead Sponsors:

AT&T, Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM), UnitedHealth Group

Cyber Café/ Lounge

Molina Healthcare


OPENING LUNCHEON:  "K
eeping the Promise: Building a Stronger International Community"

General Electric Logo

Lead Sponsor:

MassMutual

AFTERNOON PLENARY: "Keeping the Promise: Immigration Reform and the Dream Act - A Call to Action"

Lead Sponsor:

Coalition for Educational Success

CHCI ALUMNI ASSOCIATION: NEW GENERATION: WHAT'S YOUR BRAND?

Supporter:


State Farm® 

Arts and Culture Reception

Lead Sponsor:

AT&T

Social Responsibility Sponsor:

Heineken USA

CHCI Alumni Association: 8th Annual Young Latino Professional Fundraiser*

Lead Sponsor:


Enitial Advanced Communications
Ibarra Strategy Group


CHCI Alumni Business Meeting

Supporter:

The Walt Disney Company

Morning Breakfast

Lead Sponsor:


 Planned Parenthood

Morning Pleneary: Keeping the Promise Prevention First for a Healthy Latino Community

Lead Sponsors:


DaVita, Johnson & Johnson, McDonald's, Pfizer



 CLOSING LUNCHEON: "Keeping the Promise of Education"

Lead Sponsors:

               


Comcast/NBCUniversal/Telemundo

BOARD OF DIRECTORS NETWORKING RECEPTION

Lead Sponsor:
Darden Restaurants

Supporter:
National Association of Minority Auto Dealers 

 

PUBLIC POLICY SUMMITS 

Border Economy as a Model for the Twenty-First Century

Supporter:
Western Union

Mental Health

Lead Sponsor:
Baxter

Energy, Innovation, and the Green Economy


Lead Sponsor:
United Technologies Corporation/ Pratt & Whitney 

Supporter:
Entergy and Southern Company

Technology, Media and the Latino Community

Lead Sponsor:
Entravision

Supporters:
CTIA-The Wireless Foundation and NAB

Housing, Wealth Building and Financial Services

Lead Sponsor:

JPMorganChase & Company

Supporter:
FHL Bank of San Francisco and Cash America

Labor/ How will the new legislation and nationwide attack on unions affect the Latino community

Lead Sponsor:
United Food and Commercial Workers International Union (UFCW)

Diversity/ Transformation of Hispanics in Communications/Diversity in Corporate America  

Lead Sponsors:
Marathon Oil and Time Warner Cable 

PATRON

 Hewlett-Packard
Kraft Foods

PARTNER

Union Pacific


SUPPORTER

Hyundai


DONOR

Abbott
American Gaming Association

Cox Enterprises
Local Initiatives Support Corporation
Obama for America and the Democratic National Committee
 

 READY 2 LEAD (R2L)
Best Buy
Univision Communications

Viacom
Tr3s

  


 

 34TH ANNUAL AWARDS GALA

 Hosted By:

 

CHAIR'S GALA PRIVATE RECEPTION

Lead Sponsor:

 

Supporter:





 


ANNUAL AWARDS POST-GALA CONCERT

 

Partner:
FOX Deportes


BOARD OF DIRECTORS LUNCHEON

 Lilly USA

PATRON

American Federation of Teachers
Arbitron

AstraZeneca
AT&T
Cheskin Added Value
Citi
DIRECTV

Kell Muñoz Architects, Inc.
Lilly USA

National Cable and Telecomunications Association (NCTA)
PG&E Corporation
The Coca-Cola Company
Time Warner Cable
Time Warner Inc.
University of Phoenix

UPS
Verizon



PARTNER

Amgen
Duke Energy
Heineken USA

JPMorganChase & Company
Lockheed Martin Corporation
Microsoft Corporation
Obama for America and the Democratic National Committee
Union Pacific


SUPPORTER

AARP
AFL-CIO
AFSCME

American Express
American Sugar Alliance
Arizona Public Service (APS)
Baxter
Boeing

California Teachers Association
Career Education Corporation

Cargill
Cash for America

CBS
CIT
CHRISTUS Health
Communications Workers of America
DaVita
Dell
DuPont
Duty Free America
Entravision

FHL Bank of San Francisco
Gali Service Industries
General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, Inc.
Georgetown University
Goldman Sachs

Google
IBC Bank
International Brotherhood of Teamsters
Johnson & Johnson
Kraft Foods
Los Angeles Community College District
LR Global/ Blindarte SA
Marathon Oil

McDonald's
National Association of REALTORS
National Education Association (NEA)
National Latino Coalition on Climate Change

National Urban League
New York Life Insurance Company
News Corporation

PBS
Pepco Holdings, Inc.
Pfizer
Progress Energy
Property Casualty Insurers Association of America
Rent-A-Center
SAIC
Safeway
Salt River Project
SER-Jobs for Progress National, Inc.
Service Employees Interantional Union (SEIU)
Seton Healthcare Family
Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)
Sheetmetal Workers International Association

T-Mobile USA
Tyson Foods
United Airlines
United Food and Commercial Workers Intl. Union (UFCW) 
USAFunds
U.S. Chamber of Commerce

 




11TH ANNUAL REYES OF COMEDY 


DONOR

Western Conservation Federation

 SUPPORTER

California Teachers Association


CONTRIBUTOR

Corona Extra
FHL Bank of San Francisco
IBC Bank

Safeway 


  

MEDIA PARNTERS

AOL Latino
CapitaLWirePR
DIRECTV
EVS Communications
Harvard Journal of Hispanic Policy
Hispanic Communications Network
Latina Style Inc
Latino Magazine
Latino Print Network
National Association of Broadcasters
Romantica
Telemundo
Washington Hispanic

 

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