Alejandra Campoverdi is the former Deputy Director of Hispanic Media, where she implemented the White House’s unprecedented strategic efforts to engage Hispanic media nationally, working to promote the President’s agenda on television, radio, and internet-based outlets across the country. Previously, she worked as Special Assistant to former White House Deputy Chief of Staff for Policy Mona Sutphen. Alejandra joined Obama for America upon earning her Masters in Public Policy from the Harvard Kennedy School of Government, where she was Senior Editor of Interviews for the Harvard Journal of Hispanic Policy.
Dado que este viernes conmemoramos el segundo aniversario de la Ley de Cuidado de Salud Costeable, debemos analizar las muchas maneras en que esta ley revolucionaria de reforma de la salud está marcando una diferencia en las vidas de los estadounidenses, especialmente los latinos que sufren desproporcionadamente de la falta de acceso a cobertura médica.
As we commemorate the second anniversary of the Affordable Care Act this Friday, it’s worth taking a look at the many ways this landmark health reform law is making a difference in the lives of Americans, especially Latinos who suffer disproportionately from a lack of access to coverage.
This past week, a group of twelve students ages 13-15 from the Elizabeth Garrett Anderson College (EGA) in Islington, London visited Washington during the UK Official visit.
Esta semana pasada, un grupo de doce estudiantes entre 13 y 15 años de edad de la escuela Elizabeth Garrett Anderson College (conocida como EGA) en Islington, Londres, visitó Washington durante la visita oficial del Reino Unido.
The success of the Latino community is critical to developing an economy that’s built to last and the President’s 2013 budget will support this success in a number of important ways.
President Obama was wrapping up an interview with Mario Andres Moreno for Univision Miami’s Channel 23 at the White House in May when the conversation turned to the Eastern Conference Finals. The two loyal and competitive fans made a friendly wager and last week, President Obama delivered on his promise…with tasty consequences!
A new report from the Department of Education shows the long-term economic importance of educational opportunity for the Latino community.