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Workplace diversity subject of HOPE luncheon
UNIVERSAL CITY (KABC) -- A new report reveals that there are no Latina executives leading any of the 400 largest public companies in California.
The non-profit organization HOPE, or Hispanas Organized for Political Equality, conducted the report, which was the subject of a panel discussion at the Sheraton Universal in Universal City Friday.
Panelists included Arnold J. Kleiner, president and general manager of ABC7.
Eyewitness News Anchor Ellen Leyva was also on hand for the first annual Visionary Leaders Luncheon.
HOPE promotes the advancement of Latinas in the workplace.
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