The Hispanic Women’s Network of Texas (HWNT), is a non-profit state-wide organization established in 1986. HWNT’s Purpose is to seek to promote the advancement of women in public, corporate and civic life through education, personal and professional development. HWNT and its 11 Chapter’s state wide unite to celebrate the positive image read more
Address: 4622 Maple Ave.
75219Phone: (214) 521-6007
Mission: Grow and support the Hispanic business community in North Texas. Here are just a few ways in which we help drive our community’s economic vitality: Advocacy The GDHCC provides a strong and united voice in local, state and national governments regarding legislative issues that impact Hispanic businesses. (Link to read more
Address: 1914 Skillman, Suite 110
“As a bipartisan organization, the Hispanic PAC of Dallas looks at the candidates who will best represent the interests of the Hispanic community at the local, state and federal levels,” Tom Lazo, a former president of the PAC, said via a news release. “We believe endorsing candidates as well as read more