HACR Premieres Insider Game 2

                        HACR Premieres Insider Game 2

PR Newswire

CHICAGO, Sept. 19, 2013

Second installment of award-winning, short documentary film further advocates
for the inclusion of Hispanics in Corporate America

CHICAGO, Sept. 19, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ --The Hispanic Association on
Corporate Responsibility (HACR) premiered Insider Game 2 last night with a
screening in Chicago in partnership with Chicago United.

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In building off HACR's first documentary, Insider Game 2 further addresses the
underrepresentation of Hispanics in the corporate sector by highlighting the
organization's unified efforts with congressional leaders, the Securities and
Exchange Commission, and the newly formed Latino Corporate Directors
Association.

"While there are more women and minorities on corporate boards today,
diversity and inclusion has not kept up with the country's rapidly shifting
demographics or consumer base," HACR President and CEO Carlos F. Orta said.
"Insider Game 2 reinforces why Hispanic inclusion on corporate boards and in
the c-suite is good for shareholder value."

After the screening, there was a panel discussion with: Ana Dutra, EVP, Global
Lead Board Effectiveness, Korn/Ferry International; George Herrera, board
member, Wyndham Worldwide; Lou Nieto, board member, AutoZone & Ryder; and
Leslie Sanchez, producer, Insider Game & Insider Game 2, who moderated the
conversation.

For more information and to view the documentary, please visit
www.insidergame.org.

About HACR: Founded in 1986, the Hispanic Association on Corporate
Responsibility represents 16 national Hispanic organizations in the United
Statesand Puerto Rico. HACR's mission is toadvance the inclusion of
Hispanics in Corporate America at a level commensurate with our economic
contributions.

About Chicago United: Chicago United is the premiere organization creating an
environment where racially diverse CEOs and executive level management can
share common experiences to promote multiracial leadership in governance,
management, and business partnerships while delivering best practices for
diversity practitioners and building relationships among leaders who share
common values.

About Impacto Group Productions: A division of Impacto Group LLC, it is one
the premiere curators of digital, film and television content redefining the
U.S. Latino community.

For Media Inquiries:
Diana Delgado/ Republica LLC
ddelgado@republica.net

SOURCE Hispanic Association on Corporate Responsibility (HACR)

Website: http://www.insidergame.org
 
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