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Working across cultures and learning all the nuances of their different backgrounds is just one of her favorite work passions, celebrates Ana Amicarella on the phone somewhere within the Aggreko U.S.-Latin American network.As managing director for Americas Power Projects (APP), Amicarella runs Aggreko’s $350 million temporary power division manned by 800 people sprawled across North, Central, South America, and the Caribbean. Jul 17, 2014, 12:39
The first computer science department in an American college was established at Purdue University in 1962. Now there are more than 190 university computer science Ph.D. programs. The Hispanic presence in these schools is growing, and the alumni’s impact is changing the world. Jun 13, 2014, 18:23
As U.S. energy secretary, Dr. Ernest Moniz is a central figure to the success of President Obama’s agenda. Moniz’s job is critical to growing the economy, enhancing national security, and protecting the environment. Moniz, a physicist, professor and Washington veteran who took office last year, is a proponent of the president’s “all-of-the-above” energy strategy. Jun 13, 2014, 15:52
Latinos will dominate the U.S. labor force of the future, but the time to decide what type of workers they want to be is now. Choosing the right job or career path today is essential to increasing their chances for economic and social attainment tomorrow. For Latinos at that crossroads, there are benefits to considering “going nuclear.” May 4, 2014, 23:57
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