2007 Officers Announced by HPRA

The Hispanic Public Relations Association (HPRA) has announced its officers for 2007:

  • Romina Bongiovanni, Vice President, Edelman Multicultural, is returning to lead the organization as President in 2007.
  • Leticia Rhi Buckley, director of marketing and communications for the Music Center, Performing Arts Center of Los Angeles County returns as vice president.
  • Ivette Zurita, Senior Account Executive, Hill and Knowlton, will take on secretary duties.
  • Lucila Garcia, Public Relations Director, Ventana Health, Inc. will serve as treasurer.

Related Article: HPRA Holiday Mixer Donates Toys to Needy Children


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