Thursday, August 23, 2012

HSF Wants to See a College Degree in Every Hispanic Home

New appointments at the Hispanic Scholarship Fund signal a stepped-up effort to bolster Hispanic college graduation rates. More than one-fifth of U.S. public school children are Hispanic, according to the HSF, a number that is expected to increase to one-third by the middle of the century.

Frank Alvarez, HSF president and CEO, named Fernando Almodóvar as chief financial officer; Juana Inés Pacheco as development director, Northeast Region; and Rafaela Schwan as development director, Central Region. All of them will report to Alvarez.

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