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    LHC Keynote Speaker

    Register for the Keynote Address at http://gwulhckeynote.eventbrite.com/

    Vivianna Hurtado

    Journalist, Media Personality, and Wise Latina Club Founder

    Viviana earned a PhD from Yale, a Masters from Stanford, and a BA from Cal Berkeley and has worked her way up to the network level from her internship at CNN en Español and local news.

    As the blogger behind The Wise Latina Club, she is inserting a MIA Hispanic female perspective on current events, trends, and pop culture; as a freelance writer for More Magazine, she has nailed coveted interviews with a Nobel Prize laureate and the nation’s first Latina governor; as a contributing Food Editor at the Washington Flyer Magazine, she covers food as a metaphor for this emerging cultural world capital; as a DC correspondent and sub-anchor for ABC News, she led coverage on the global economic crisis, technology, and politics.

    She still wants to scale to the top of Macchu Pichu and read Neruda’s Canto General when the sun sets. For full biography, visitvivianahurtado.com.


    18 Mighty Mountain Warriors
    Fri 04.23 // 07:00pm // Marvin Center Continental Ballroom
    As artists and activists, this hilarious, critically acclaimed Asian American sketch comedy group seeks to explore and articulate images of Asian Pacific Islander Americans different to that perpetuated in the mainstream media. This group pushes the envelope to break down prevailing stereotypes and promote more positive images.

    Celebrating Us: Asian Women of Excellence
    Tue 04.27 // 07:30pm // Marvin Center Amphitheater
    Recognizing the many roles of Asian American women. Panelists will address their roles in their respective careers and share their experiences as Asian American women.

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