Hispanic Executive unites the leaders of the new majority. By turning our spotlight on business’s most influential Latinos, we help drive our community’s unmatched economic, political, and social power. As we shape the dialogue on the cultural force that is Hispanic leadership, we amplify the voices of those driving growth in the global marketplace.
But HE is more than just a magazine, and those we feature are more than just executives. We are a key resource for Latino leaders, providing a platform for them to elevate their thought leadership and connecting them with those who are redefining the international business landscape.
“Hispanic Executive‘s coverage and access to Latino leadership needs to be amplified. They run a top publication that speaks to executives’ experiences at perhaps the most timely moment: companies grappling with building true diverse teams.”
“The Hispanic Executive team is incredibly dedicated and possesses a real ‘can-do’ attitude. Their professionalism and commitment make it a delight to work with them. They truly are a wonderful partner.”
“I am deeply grateful and honored to have been featured in such a prestigious magazine. The HE team were absolutely wonderful to work with. The writer was very thorough and photographer was excellent—she truly made me feel calm and comfortable (it’s not natural to pose for magazine photos)! . . . I have received so much positive feedback both within BMO and externally.”
“I think that the article was fantastic and extremely professional. It truly captured my life story and presented the information in an easy-to-read and interesting manner.”
About Our Publisher
Guerrero is an executive communications and advancement firm based in Chicago. The company helps executives, entrepreneurs, and aspiring business leaders harness the power of their story to advance their strategic objectives. In addition to Hispanic Executive, Guerrero publishes American Builders Quarterly, American Healthcare Leader, Modern Counsel, and Profile. Guerrero is reinventing the executive network through The Alumni Society, which brings together Latino alumni from prestigious private US colleges and universities, and NextGen Collective, a new digital media and events brand that speaks directly to emerging Latino professionals.