On behalf of the Latinos in Information Sciences and Technology Association (LISTA) and its Board of Directors, we would like to congratulate LISTA President and CEO Jose A. Marquez-Leon for being selected one of Politic365 Game Changers 2012 Non Profit Leader.
The Politic365 Game Changers 2012 Awards honored the top 365 bi-partisan, multi-cultural minority business leaders, government officials and business owners in from across the country.
â€œThis recognition is well-deserved, as he is a true Gamechangerâ€ said Chris Rodriguez, LISTA Co-founder and COO, â€œas the President and CEO of Latinos in Information Sciences and Technology Association, Mr. Marquez leads one of the largest technology non-profit organization serving the interests of nearly 75,000 Latino tech professional, local and national non profits and a network of 15 chapters nationwide. He motivates tech leaders, professionals and entrepreneurs to achieve high standards. Through his tireless advocacy he understands concerns, obstacles and challenges and with his innovative approachÂ he articulatesÂ ideas theÂ plans a strategicÂ course of action.”
Also in attendance and recognized HTTP Executive Director Jason Llorenz CHLI Executive Director Mary Ann Gomez along withÂ several members of the Congressional Black Caucus, the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute, power players from various industries and Politic365â€²s contributors.
Politic365Â have daily profiles throughout the year that will highlight each recipient.
â€œWe are extremely proud of Mr. Marquez for his skillful leadership and dedication to tech professional and business over the country,â€ said Tony Jimenez, CEO Microtech and Chair of LISTA. “Please join me in congratulating him on this special and most-deserved recognition.”
LISTA ( www.a-lista.org) promotes the utilization of the technology sectors for the empowerment of the Latino community. We are an organization that is committed to bringing various elements of Technology under one central hub to facilitate our partners, members and the community with the leverage and education they need to succeed in a highly advanced technologically driven society. LISTA Mission is to educate, motivate and encourage the use of technology in the Latino community and empowering them to bridge the digital divide. @lista1 or #techlatino247, www.techlatino247.org