HITEC 50 nominations are now open! This award honors the 50 most influential global #Hispanic executives in the #technology industry. Click the link in our bio to view the list of criteria and access the nomination form.
Previous HITEC 50 honorees shown in the photo include:
- Santiago Moral Rubio, PhD, CEO España, BlueVoyant
- Katty Coulson, Director IT, Regional IT Leader for Americas, Cisco Global Leader
-Juan Pablo Jimenez, VP Citrix Latin America, Managing Director, Cloud, Data Center, Software as a Service, Networking, Security, Citrix
🗣🗣People are so immature its sad tbh lol i made a comment on @russelljames @alessandraambrosio photo in regards to his racist remark && Sorry bud ima proud Mexican Puerto Rican American 😘❤ it truly must suck to be bitter #mexican#puertorican#Hispanic#latina#proud#pride
On the next @inthethickshow, @maria_la_hinojosa & @julito77 talk to @terrelljstarr, senior reporter @the.root, and @aterkel, Washington Bureau Chief @huffpost
Stay tuned when the episode drops tomorrow on #ApplePodcasts
Meet our 2018-2019 #scholarship winners! We are proud to announce this year's scholarship winner is Erick Manuel Salazar, and our book award recipient is Liliana Ibarra. Both of these students are at the top of their classes academically as well as a leaders in our community. We are happy to support you on your path to becoming #legal professionals and are excited to see what you accomplish in the years to come! 👏
Check out this beautiful variation of Coquito! Introducing Dulce de Leche Coquito: the perfect hint of Dulce de Leche and coconut rum all mixed in one! Had a few customers eyes roll backwards in delight 👀
I have no new art to post, and as I need to keep this account active somehow, I'm just going to share this interesting piece that I've seen in a history magazine. It's a set of rock crystal chess pieces from the Early Middle Ages found in Àger, in the province of Lleida in what is now Catalonia. This set of chess pieces is believed to have been made far away from where it was found, probably Egypt or Persia. Trade would have brought these pieces from the east to Umayyad Al-Andalus, and finally to the southern border of the Catalan counties (under Carolingian rule), and is a good example of how chess was introduced in Europe. The piece that would correspond to the horse in modern chess, is an elephant in this case, still following the Indian tradition. Half of the chess set was eventually sold to the emir of Kuwait, and is now exposed at the National Museum of Kuwait. The rest of the set is exposed at the Museum of Lleida.