Ep. 14: “Feisty Latina” CEO finds the fuel to succeed w/Raquel Tamez

by | Mar 13, 2021 | Podcasts | 0 comments

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About our Guest

   Raquel Tamez 

As CEO for the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE), Raquel Tamez has the honor of serving an organization with a unique, transformative mission: using Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) awareness, access and support to empower the Hispanic community to realize its full potential.

On today’s podcast, Raquel shares about her shift as an attorney to CEO of this mission critical non profit.  Raquel bravely shares how her “MeToo” experience in early life fueled her drive to succeed. 

Raquel has received the Hispanic Corporate Achiever Award by the Hispanic Association on Corporate Responsibility, been named among the 2015 Corporate Counsel Trending 40 by Legal Bishow, and twenty-five most influential Hispanic lawyers by Leading Latinos Magazine. 

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