HBA-DC Presents "An Evening With" George Herrera (rescheduled!)
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Every year the HBA-DC hosts our “Evening With” series with high profile Latino professionals to speak to our members about their particular career path, give advice/pointers, and take questions followed by a networking reception.

When: 04/25/2018
6:30 PM
Where: King & Spalding
1730 Pennsylvania Ave. NW
10th Floor, Conference Room 10F
Washington, District of Columbia  20006
United States
Contact: Richard Rodriguez

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On April 25, 2018, the latest iteration of the HBA-DC's “Evening With” features George Herrera. The event will be hosted at King & Spalding's Offices. 


George Herrera is the founder and President & CEO of the Herrera-Cristina Group, Ltd, a Hispanic-owned, multidisciplinary management firm, specializing in marketing, communications, corporate diversity, public affairs, event planning, and research. Founded in 2003, with offices in New York City and Washington, DC, the Herrera-Cristina Group has an impressive roster consisting of Fortune 500 companies and national organizations as clients.

Mr. Herrera is currently an Independent Director of the Board of Directors of Wyndham Worldwide Corporation, where he serves as Chairman of the Corporate Governance Committee and is also a member of the Audit Committee. Prior to joining the Wyndham board, Mr. Herrera served as a member of the Board of Directors of the Cendant Corporation, having replaced former Secretary of Defense the Honorable William S. Cohen.

Mr. Herrera also serves on Burger King Corporation’s Diversity Action Council (DAC). Made up of BKC professionals and outside thought leaders, the DAC serves as an independent, working advisory board for the formulation and evaluation of BKC’s diversity development goals. Prior to establishing Herrera-Cristina Group, Ltd. Mr. Herrera was President & Chief Executive Officer of the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC), a position he was elected to in August of 1998. As head of the USHCC, Mr. Herrera was primarily responsible for communicating the interest of over 1.5 million Hispanic-owned businesses across the country to both the private and public sectors, and addressing critical economic issues that impact Hispanic entrepreneurs.                                

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