VETTED: A Latina Style Top 50 Company!

Published by Alba MelgarCDeBaca on


VETTED is honored to be selected as a LATINA Style 50 Award recipient along with our partners: Bayer, Johnson & Johnson, AT&T, Accenture, Marriott, JPMorgan Chase, PepsiCo, Bank of America, Google, USAA, and CVS Health. The LATINA Style 50 Award recognizes the top 50 companies that provide the best career opportunities for professional Latinos in America. The LATINA Style 50 Report has become the most prestigious analysis of corporate America’s efforts in promoting diversity and providing career advancement opportunities for Hispanic business women and Latina entrepreneurs.

Famous Hispanic people and Hispanic organizations continue to make advancements. Each year, this report recognizes 50 companies whose mission of diversity and inclusion has been reflected in the way they recruit, promote, provide benefits, and create programs for the betterment of their employees. The report itself is celebrating its 21st anniversary this year and this is the first year that Vetted has been recognized in the report — one of the few nonprofit organizations listed.

LATINA Style pays close attention to companies that support returning service-members, especially Latinas. As COO of VETTED and a Latina Veteran myself, I am honored that our organization is being recognized as one of the Top LATINA Style 50 Award winners. As an inclusive nonprofit we believe that diversity leadership fosters the community, drive, innovation and inspiration to empower everyone we touch. More importantly, we know our collective work has a direct impact on the lives of Veterans, and their families across the country.

Vetted welcomes everyone to our monthly “Conversations & Connecting; a Vetted Thought Leader Series” in order to share in the community of career advancement, empowerment and entrepreneurship. Conversations & Connecting series .

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