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“The HSF initiative ‘Generation 1st Degree’ attracted my attention because seven of the ten people I feature in Latinnovating were (like me), the first in their families to graduate from college,” stated Ms. Tiscareño-Sato. “I know firsthand how that single achievement changes not only the trajectory of a family for all subsequent generations, but also how it makes our nation stronger. The stories of Latino leadership in the green economy featured in Latinnovating are the proof of this impact.”
Ms. Tiscareño-Sato launched her book at Stanford University recently at the Silicon Valley Latino Leadership Summit. With target audiences of middle and high school students, college students and career changers, the author includes an industry primer and resources in each chapter. The long-term view of higher education is a key theme through these case studies that benefit all students. Because non-fiction books featuring Latino leaders are rare, this book is especially inspirational to Latino youth. Over two dozen individuals, across the business, social justice, educational, and environmental communities have endorsed Latinnovating. (http://www.latinnovating.com/
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