Celebrating Latino Entrepreneurs in Global Elite Start-up Contest

As I reflected this past holiday weekend about the incredible year that 2011 has been for me and my family, I was struck by one thought: the most important gift resulting from my book launch, my speaking engagements and the many networking events I have attended around the nation, has been the opportunity to meet some tremendously interesting and accomplished people. Two of the most interesting are featured here, in an article I contributed to the Huffington Post. Titled “Latino Engineers Selected Among Global Elite Startups,” it celebrates a key accomplishment of the Martinez brothers of San Francisco. In a country spewing negative images of Latinos, these two engineers are shining bright. They, like so many others, are taking time to mentor high school students who need to see positive role models. They are an example for us all, plus they’re a couple of really fun people I am happy to call my friends. Enjoy!


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2 Responses to Celebrating Latino Entrepreneurs in Global Elite Start-up Contest

  1. Hi, I wanted to know how we could get in touch with you. Your book is great. We find, fund and foster the most promising cleantech startups in the planet- we want to know if you could help us send our message and post that our competition is up and running- deadline is May 8th. Grand prize winner will receive amongst other things $250K in cash and inkind services.

    Best regards,

  2. grace says:

    Hi Nancy. Let’s talk about this request and find out if I can help. Visit http://www.latinnovating.com, contact tab to email me directly.

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