The pace in which we live our busy lives can often leave us feeling at risk of losing control and veering off the road. The School of Life Live’s most recent installment brought together six experts to tackle this problem by giving practical advice that can be applied across different areas of everyday life.

The Aspen Institute Latinos and Society Program and the Aspen Institute Citizenship and American Identity Program convened a diverse group of  distinguished  scholars, organizers, and other experts and leaders to discuss the challenges and causes of  low Latino civic participation and to develop recommendations for unlocking Latino civic potential in the United States.

By Gonzalo López Martí         LMMIAMI.COM

  • Millennials live in a sort of protracted adolescence.
  • Not necessarily their fault.
  • See, “modern capitalism”- for lack of a better definition- needs consumers to behave as teenagers starting at the tender age of 9 and well into our 60s.
  • Existentially obsessed with success, popularity and youth.
  • Continually under the urge of instant gratification.
  • Even if your helicopter parents cater to your every whim and tell you once and again since your earliest childhood that you are special and can be whatever you want to be in life, by the time you reach adulthood reality hits you.

Univision Communications Inc. and Grupo Televisa, S.A.B. y announced plans to expand upon their existing programs to provide more opportunities for Latinos in the U.S. media and technology sectors in 2016.

Welcome to the sixth episode of #TotalMarketTalk, a Digital series created by NGL Media and NGLC exclusively for HispanicAd.  In this installment, David Chitel, CEO of NGL Media and Founder of NGLC, speaks with Sharlene Taule - Actress, Singer, Composer & Writer.

With this in mind, UCSA in partnership with award-winning creatives Abe Garcia (Dieste), Daniel G Milan (Lopez Negrete NY) and Dario Campos (McGarryBowen SAT), and Shooters Films has launched a new campaign focused on cyberbullying.

Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, in partnership with Azteca America, hosted a six-hour “Salvé Un Angelito…¡Te Toca!” live television event on Nov. 14, raising $500,000. 

Bestowed by the Government of Mexico to a leader outside of said country, the Ohtli celebrates the recipient’s commitment to lifting the Mexican or Latino community, along with their vision and impact.

Daisy Expósito-Ulla, Chairman/CEO of d expósito & Partners, LLC, has been selected by PEOPLE En Español as one of The 25 Most Powerful Women of 2015 and is featured in the current (October) issue.  

Univision Communications Inc. (UCI) and the Office of the Mayor of New York will recognize Mario Kreutzberger, better known as “Don Francisco,” with a street co-naming ceremony in New York City.

The 11th of June of the current year, the 22 offices that comprise the Latin region of DDB Worldwide (US Hispanic + Latin America + Spain) will connect all their talent to look for ideas to help solve the inequality that today’s women face.

In a gesture of generosity, Daisy Expósito-Ulla shares her Award of Agency of the Year with all Hispanic and Multicultural agencies in the U.S.

The Los Angeles Times announced a venture with journalist Jose Antonio Vargas to establish #EmergingUS, a multimedia platform which will explore the evolving American identity in the 21st century.

As part of the yearlong national pro-social campaign Aprender es Triunfar (Learning is Succeeding), Telemundo announced a partnership with Excelencia in Education, America’s premier organization focused on accelerating Latino success in higher education, together with Comcast NBCUniversal, to expand the organization’s commitment to the Hispanic community. 

When the Harris Poll asked American adults to consider the top three people they admire enough to call a hero, of those who answered, three out of ten listed a family member (32%), with 26% specifically referencing parents.  Apart from family members, Americans are most likely to consider members of the military (21%); religious figures (including deities) (19%); medical & emergency services personnel (18%); U. S. Presidents (17%); activists/humanitarians (12%); and celebrities (11%) to be their heroes.

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