Dr. Robert Rodriguez Author of Latino Talent to Co-Emcee SVLLS 2012

With the 2012 Silicon Valley Leadership Conference less than one week away, it is with great honor and excitement that we announce Dr. Robert Rodriguez will be in attendance and Co-Emceeing with Frank Carbajal.

Dr. Rodriguez and Frank Carbajal, experts in latino leadership development and talented writers acting as emcees’ will surely make the 2012 conference a profound and inspiring experience.

Dr. Robert Rodriguez

author of Latino Talent: Effective Strategies to Recruit, Retain and Develop Hispanic Professionals 

Dr. Rodriguez is also the founder of DRRADVISORS a management and diversity consulting firm that specializes in enterprise diversity strategy planning, employee resource group optimization and Latino talent management initiatives.

Dr. Rodriguez is a respected figure in academia, business and race relations as his expertise has led him to play a prominent role in a wide array of fields. Dr. Rodriguez is an Assistant Dean at Kaplan University,  has published more than 25 articles on various human resource and change management issues. In addition he has served as the Chairman of the Board of Directors for The Hispanic Alliance for Career Enhancement, a national non-profit organization dedicated to cultivating and nurturing professional Latino talent. He is a frequent presenter at conferences hosted by various professional organizations, including The Conference Board, the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), Diversity Leaders Power Conferences, National Council of La Raza and LearnShare. In 2006, the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce named him a Rising Star among leading Latinos under 40 in the United States.  Many consider Dr. Rodriguez to be the leading authority in the country on Latino diversity initiatives in corporate America.

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