El “Campeon de los Hispanos” Celebrates its Twenty-fourth Annual
Mujeres Destacadas Luncheon
NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–lt;a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/aarp?src=hash" target="_blank"gt;#aarplt;/agt;–El Diario will recognize the achievements of 21 recipients at the
Annual Mujeres Destacadas luncheon. This event will take place at
The Harvard Club New York and the honorees will be featured in a special
supplement, which will be available in the Sunday edition of El Diario,
on April 28, 2019.
Twenty-Four years ago, El Diario created the Mujeres Destacadas
Luncheon, a recognition that celebrates the achievements of Latino Women
in the tri state area and their contribution to our community. Over 600
women have been recognized by El Diario from the world of
medicine, business, government, non-profit and entertainment. This
program has successfully created a group of role models for the new
generations to look up to and realize that everything is possible with
dedication and hard work.
Our honorees come from different backgrounds and industries. Among this
year’s recipients there are the Ecuadrorian Consulate of New York, Linda
Machuca, Vice-President of Multicultural Leadership AARP, Yvette Peña,
U.S. Managing Director of Carolina Herrera, Fabiola Velarde, Celebrity
Make-up Artist, Jamie Harper, Editor in Chief of Parents Latina and Ser
Padres, Grace Bastidas and Pediatric Critical Care Specialist at
Children’s Hospital at Montefiore, Denise Nunez.
“To celebrate each year a remarkable group of Latinas who are an
example for our community is one of the traditions we are more proud of
at El Diario,” said Iván Adaime, CEO of ImpreMedia. “Through
their work, tenacity and commitment, these Mujeres Destacadas are
leading by example, inspiring and paving the way for future generations
of Latina women.”
Sponsors: ConEdison, Gorayeb & Associates, Goya, The Children’s Hospital
at Montefiore and Univision NY.
About El Diario
Founded in 1913, El Diario is the longest publishing
Spanish-language daily newspaper in the United States. Since its
inception as a small publication in Lower Manhattan named La Prensa, the
newspaper has grown into one of the largest and most influential Latino
media outlets in the nation. In 1963, it merged with El Diario de
Nueva York, forming El Diario/La Prensa, as it is known
nowadays. The newspaper is now a state-of-the-art multimedia operation
that includes print, digital, and other platforms.
ImpreMedia is an industry leader in Hispanic content and marketing
It has a digital portfolio of trusted, influential brands that reach a
highly engaged, multi-generational Hispanic audience. It also operates
IMPOWER!, a premium Ad Network with more than 10 Million monthly unique
users, IMPOWER! is in Comscore’s Hispanic Ad Focus’ top five.
Ana Lizarraga, (212) 807-4785