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NAHP names Michael Treviño as its Executive Director

  Washington DC, (HINA Wire)- The National Association of Hispanic Publications (NAHP) named J. Michael Treviño, owner of Trevino Consulting Group, as its Executive Director and Chief Administrator.
 Treviño will enable NAHP Inc. to manage the day-to-day administration of the professional membership organization’s business through one point of contact for grant writing and administration, coordination of internal and external communications, and event management.
  Treviño and the TCG Team will work with the Board to prioritize strategies, pursue funding opportunities from corporations, foundations, and other funding sources.
  “I look forward to our continued work with the TCG Team. The services they provide in administration and management of internal and external communications, grant writing and stewardship, development and project management will enable NAHP Inc. and our member publishers to continue to build capacity and sustainability,” stated Fanny Miller, President of NAHP Inc. and CEO & President of Latina & Associates, Inc., Publisher of El Latino – San Diego.
  “The business environment is challenging but especially for those publishers who seek to adapt their business model by adopting new technologies. TCG will help us identify new revenue sources to expand our reach into the communities we serve. We recognize that many in our communities are the essential workers we all depend on and, as publishers, we continuously challenge ourselves to increase and improve the delivery and access to vital information through our products.” stated Ms. Miller

NAHP hires digital media specialist Fernando Díaz

  Fernando Díaz, the co-founder of Chicago Standard, was contracted by the National Association of Hispanic Publications (NAHP) to serve as a digital expert for Hispanic publications.
 Díaz will help those publishers interested in learning about opportunities to adopt digital technologies that can increase revenue.
 The appointment came after a collaboration program between Google News Initiative Ad Transformation Lab and NAHP for local and minority-owned publications.
  During the summer NAHP presented more than a dozen web-based training sessions through Google’s Online Training Center, at no cost to the participants. More than 150 publishers, editors, and staff took advantage of this learning opportunity.

  “Next week, the GNI will announce the 28 publications that have been accepted into the first GNI Transformation Lab with NAHP, NNPA, and AAN members. The goal of the Media Lab is to spur a digital transformation for Latino and Black publishers and eight of them are Latino/Hispanic publications.”

Gloria Castillo tapped to lead Chicago Region’s Equitable Economic Recovery Initiative

CHICAGO (HINA Wire) – The Chicago Community Trust announced Gloria Castillo will serve as director of Together We Rise: the initiative for an equitable and just recovery from the disproportionate impacts of COVID-19 and the deep-seated inequities amplified by the pandemic.

Castillo is a pioneering advocate for diversity and inclusion in business who has worked to achieve social and economic justice for communities of color. In this role, she will lead a coalition of partners to assure that Black and Latinx communities most hard hit economically by the COVID-19 pandemic can build back better, stronger, and more resilient.

“Gloria’s belief in the power of collaboration to advance equity as demonstrated throughout her career makes her uniquely qualified for this role,” said Helene Gayle, president and CEO of The Chicago Community Trust. “At this moment of awakening to the effects of racism, poverty, and bias, her steadfast leadership to ensure inclusive opportunity for all Chicagoans is what is needed to guide this once in a generation opportunity to build back better.”

As the director, she will partner with philanthropy, business, government, nonprofits, and communities to establish ambitious community-focused economic recovery goals, as well as oversee the initiatives grant making and fundraising operations. Most recently, Castillo served as president and CEO of Chicago United, the city’s leading advocacy organization for multiracial leadership in business.

“I am energized by the opportunity to be bold in our quest for equity as we look to ensure those who are typically left behind recover from this recession,” said Gloria Castillo, director of the Together We Rise initiative at The Chicago Community Trust. “I have long believed that public, private and local partnerships have the power to advance transformative social change and we have an unprecedented opportunity to seize this moment in pursuit of a region that works for all of us.”

During her tenure at Chicago United, Castillo collaborated with business, philanthropic and local community leaders and organizations across the Chicago region to advance a variety of groundbreaking initiatives. Most notably, she spearheaded the advancement of multiracial leadership in corporate governance, executive-level management and business diversity through the Business Leaders of Color program. The program is responsible for identifying more than 400 diverse corporate board candidates, with election to 230 corporate directorships.

A Chicago native, Castillo is chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Field Foundation, director of Mather, and a former member of the Executive Committee of The Chicago Community Trust. Numerous organizations have recognized her work advocating for inclusion, diversity and minority business executives. In 2019, she was recognized by Crain’s Chicago Business as one of Chicago’s Most Powerful Latinos and the Rainbow PUSH Coalition presented her with the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Social Justice Award in 2018. In 2017, she was awarded an honorary Doctorate in Social Justice from Roosevelt University.

“Gloria has demonstrated her unique ability to understand and advocate for the needs of Chicago’s business and neighborhood community while advancing economic opportunity for all,” said Ghian Foreman, CEO of Emerald South Economic Development Collaborative and member of the Together We Rise Steering Committee. “Her appointment signals our commitment to ensuring that community voice and input is central to our efforts to marshal inclusive economic growth.”

Together We Rise is supported by a coalition of funders that have raised more than $33 million.  This includes a $1 million pledge from the Mars Wrigley Foundation, an extraordinary statement of commitment to Chicago’s equitable recovery. Thanks to a generous anonymous donor, contributions received by December 31, 2020, may be matched up to $10 million.

For this recovery to look different from the past recoveries, Together We Rise will marshal efforts and resources to ensure inclusive economic growth through funding, business practices, and policy. Through a coordinated effort, the initiative will mobilize and distribute philanthropic resources to?ensure no community is left behind. Additionally, it will work to align business practices and policies that foster economic equity. Together We Rise will be governed by a steering committee tasked with approving grant recommendations and leading the multi-pronged initiatives’ overall strategy.

Resurrection Project and partners to receive $7.2 million from JP Morgan Chase

Chicago, Dec 8 (HINA)- The Resurrection Project (TRP) and partners celebrate the announcement of JPMorgan Chase’s AdvancingCities Challenge, part of the firm’s $500 million, five-year initiative to drive inclusive growth and create greater economic opportunity in cities. TRP has been selected as one of two organizations in the Midwest who earned this prestigious philanthropic investment.

Led by TRP, a collaborative of Chicago organizations are receiving $7.2 million over three years to boost homeownership through innovative new modular home construction, financial products, and financial coaching in South and Westside neighborhoods, including Back of the Yards, North Lawndale, and Chicago Lawn.

“As a leader in building healthier communities, receiving this award is a great achievement for The Resurrection Project (TRP)” said Marisa Novara, Department of Housing Commissioner. “The investment by JPMorgan Chase in AdvancingCities in Chicago is a great testament to the City’s leadership in community development. This City stands ready to work with TRP, its partners and Chase to rebuild communities through homeownership.”

The investment will support the collaborative’s “Block by Block” initiative that will create and preserve over 150 affordable housing units, engage 3,000 participants in homebuyer preparation, provide over $2.8 million in affordable mortgage and home improvement loans, and create and preserve $50 million in community wealth for residents.

Collaborating organizations are: Back of the Yards Neighborhood Council, Peace and Education Coalition of the Back of the Yards Neighborhood, Precious Blood Ministry of Reconciliation, Capital Good Fund, Lawndale Christian Development Corporation, and Southwest Organizing Project.

“Structural barriers have stripped black and brown communities of wealth and opportunity,” says Raul Raymundo, CEO and Co-Founder of The Resurrection Project. “Homeownership is a pathway for families to close the racial wealth gap. TRP and our coalition members are honored to receive the AdvancingCities award, and to partner with JPMorgan Chase and the city in this critical work.”

“Access to safe and quality affordable housing is essential to thriving communities but is out of reach for too many Chicagoans,” said Charlie Corrigan, Head of Midwest Philanthropy, JPMorgan Chase. “This is the biggest philanthropic commitment in a single project that JPMorgan Chase has ever made in Chicago, and will contribute to our goal of advancing economic mobility and helping address the racial wealth gap in the city.”

Together, we will strengthen recovery efforts in Chicago and address the needs of Black, Latino, and immigrant communities that have been disproportionately affected by COVID-19 and decades of underinvestment. (Hispanic News Wire).

100 Latinos Nonprofits Special Edition

Our nonprofits are the backbone of our community. They are our shelter and on many occasions the only alternative for the hungry, victims of domestic violence or gun violence, those suffering drug and alcohol addiction, immigrants facing deportation, or those in need of child care. And they provide education, healthcare, art, and culture, and fill many other needs.

Negocios Now launched its nonprofit section with the very first edition to help empower the community, and we have been dedicated to this for over 13 years. In this pandemic, Latino nonprofits have helped millions of the most vulnerable community members and are more important than ever.

To continue helping these organizations at this epic time and beyond, Negocios Now is launching a special edition called “100 Latino Nonprofits” to grab the attention of organizations that can help most and tell them what challenges exist for Latino nonprofits and how they can assist.

This is what we will do:

  • Publish at least the basic information of 100 Latino nonprofits in the Chicago area in a glossy edition and send it to 10,000 top business executives, including Fortune 100 companies, and decision-makers.
  • Send a version in digital format to thousands of executives across the country.
  • Publish all nonprofit profiles at NegociosNow.com and share this with our 35,000 followers on social media.
  • Cover the news of Latino nonprofits, or other nonprofits that help the Latino community during 2021, in Negocios Now, El Chicago Hispano, and our news service Hispanic News Agency (HINA).

Nonprofits organizations can send  their information through http://negociosNow.com/nonprofits 

For sponsorship opportunities, send us an email to Sponsorhip@NegociosNow.com or call us at 312-593-2557

 

 

See 100 Latino Nonprofits sponsorship opportunities

   Why a Latino Nonprofits edition?

Our nonprofits are the backbone of our community. They are our shelter and on many occasions the only alternative for the hungry, victims of domestic violence or gun violence, those suffering drug and alcohol addiction, immigrants facing deportation, or those in need of child care. And they provide education, healthcare, art and culture, and fill many other needs. 

Negocios Now launched its nonprofit section with the very first edition to help empower the community, and we have been dedicated to this for over 13 years. In this pandemic, Latino nonprofits have helped millions of the most vulnerable community members and are more important than ever.

To continue helping these organizations at this epic time and beyond, Negocios Now is launching a special edition called “100 Latino Nonprofits” to grab the attention of organizations that can help most and to tell them what challenges exist for Latino nonprofits and how they can assist.

This is what we will do:

  • Publish at least the basic information of 100 Latino nonprofits in the Chicago area in a glossy edition and send it to 10,000 top business executives, including Fortune 100 companies, and decision-makers.
  • Send a version in digital format to thousands of executives across the country. 
  • Publish all nonprofit profiles at NegociosNow.com and share this with our 35,000 followers on social media.
  • Cover the news of Latino nonprofits, or other nonprofits that help the Latino community during 2021, in Negocios Now, El Chicago Hispano and our news service Hispanic News Agency (HINA).

 Nicado Publishing, the owner of Negocios Now, is looking for sponsors to make this edition possible and, at the same time, give us the capability to continue supporting these nonprofit organizations through next year. 

                                          Sponsorship packages 

Sponsor

Price: $2,000

Nonprofit benefits 

  • Quarter-page ad in the “100 Latino Nonprofits” special edition.
  • Assist nonprofit with promotions during 2021 including:
  •  Translate to Spanish and publish 6 press releases in 2021 on the Nicado Publishing digital platform.
  • Share the press releases/article in Spanish with other Hispanic media through Hispanic News Agency (HINA).

 Sponsor benefits

  •  Recognize the company in the print and digital editions as a sponsor of a nonprofit organization.
  •  Translate and publish a press release on the Nicado Publishing digital platform. 
  •  A discount of 10% for the “Latinos 40 Under 40” event in Chicago (March 2021), and “Supplier Diversity & Inclusion: Empowering the Latino Community.”

Bronze

Price: $3,000

Nonprofit benefits 

  • Half-page profile with photo
  •  Assist nonprofit with promotions during 2021, including:
  •  Translate to Spanish and publish a maximum of 6 press releases on the  Nicado Publishing digital platform.
  •     Share the press releases/article in Spanish with other Hispanic media through Hispanic News Agency (HINA).

Sponsor benefits

  • Recognize the company in the print and digital editions as a sponsor of a nonprofit organization.
  • ½ Page ad in the  “100 Latino Nonprofits” special edition.
  •  Translate and distribute 6 press releases from the company during the year.

 Silver

Price: $5,000

Nonprofit benefits 

  •  Half-page profile that includes at least 1 image.
  • Assist nonprofit with promotion during 2021 including:
  • Translate to Spanish and publish a maximum of 8 press releases each.
  • Publish an article of the organization on the NPC digital platform.
  • Sharing press releases in Spanish with other Hispanic media through Hispanic News Agency (HINA).

Sponsor benefits

  •  Half page in the “100 Latino Nonprofits” special edition.
  •  Translate and distribute 6 press releases from the company during the year.
  •  A discount of 15 for the “Latinos 40 Under 40”  Chicago Digital Edition (March 2021).

           50 Most Influential Latino” (First quarter).

          “Latinos 40 Under 40”  Chicago (March 2021).

           Who’s Who in Chicago business Special Edition.

Gold

Price: $10,000

Nonprofit benefits 

  • Full-page profile that includes at least 2 images.
  • Assist nonprofit with promotion during 2021, including:
  • Translate to Spanish and publish up to 12 press releases each month

on the Nicado Publishing digital platform.

  •  Write a full-page article about the organization. 
  • Share the press releases/article with other Hispanic media through Hispanic News Agency (HINA).

Sponsor benefits

  • Full-page ad in the “100 Latino Nonprofits” special edition.
  • Translate to Spanish and distribute 4 press releases from the company during the year.
  • A  half-page ad in the “Supplier Diversity & Inclusion” edition·

 A discount of 15% for the following special editions and events:

      .   “50 Most Influential Latino” (First quarter).

  •   “Latinos 40 Under 40”  Chicago (March 2021).
  •   Who’s Who in Chicago business Special Edition.

   Platinum

Price: $15,000

Nonprofit benefits 

  • Full-page profile that includes 2 images.
  • Assist nonprofit with promotions during 2021, including:

Translate to Spanish and publish up to 16 press releases per year on the Nicado Publishing digital platform.

  • Write full page article with photo at Negocios Now both print and digital
  • Share the press releases/article in Spanish with other Hispanic media through Hispanic News Agency.
  • Cover organization’s news during 2021.

Sponsor benefits

  • Full-page ad in the “100 Latino Nonprofits” special edition.
  • Translate to Spanish and distribute 6 press releases from the company during the year.
  • Silver sponsor in Latinos 40 Under 40 Chicago (March 2021)
  • A discount of 20% for the following special editions and events:
  •     “50 Most Influential Latino” (First quarter)
  •     “Who’s Who in Hispanic Business in Chicago” suburbs special edition.
  •     “Supplier Diversity & Inclusion: Empowering the Latino Community.”

Premium

Price: $20,000 

Nonprofit benefits 

  • Full-page profile that includes  2 or 3 images.
  • Assist nonprofit with promotions during 2021, including:
  • Translate to Spanish and publish a maximum of 24 press releases per year on the Nicado Publishing digital platform with over 35,000 followers.
  • Write a full-page article with a photo during 2021 to publish in NegociosNow.
  • Share the press releases/articles in Spanish with other Hispanic media through the Hispanic News Agency (HINA).
  • Publish a video promotion for the special edition and on the Nicado  Publishing digital platforms.
  •  Cover organization’s news during 2021.

Sponsor benefits

  •  Full-page ad in the “100 Latino Nonprofits” special edition.
  •  Translate to Spanish and distribute  6 press releases from the company during 2021.

            Include the sponsorship announcement in Nicado Publishing B2B e-blast  Service.

  •  A banner ad for the company for 2 months on NegociosNow.com
  •  Full-page sponsor ad in the “50 Most Influential Latinos” edition (February   2021).  
  • Receive a plaque recognizing your company as a sponsor of a Latino  Non-profit organization.
  •  Recognize the company support at Nicado Publishing company social media platform.
  •  Place a company video on the NPC platform.        
  • A discount of 25% for the following special editions and events:
  • “Latinos 40 Under 40”  Chicago (March 2021)
  •     “Who’s Who in Hispanic Business” in Chicago suburbs.
  •     “Supplier Diversity & Inclusion: Empowering the Latino community.”

   

Deadlines:  

Material deadline: November 20

Space deadline: November 10

Issue date: December 4

Ad Sizes:

Deadlines:  

Material deadline: November 20

Space deadline: November 10

Issue date: December 4

Contact information

Kelly Yelmene

kyelmene@negociosnow.com

cc: sponsorship@negociosnow.com

O: 773-942-7410

C: 312-918-2780