In 1995 Campos Communications compiled and distributed the Houston Hispanic Leadership Survey; this survey in booklet form provided the local media, businesses and political community with the most qualified Hispanic resources on a broad range of subjects. Lately, Ive been asked to consider updating a similar list, so Ive decided to once again put together a resource under a new name, the Houston Latino Leadership Survey.
Latinos are the City of Houstons largest population so it makes sense to have a resource available where interested parties can go find Latino leaders in various categories. Instead of spending time googling for this information, interested parties can go directly to one source.
Local Latinos will be listed under the following categories:
Most Respected Latinos in the Houston Community
Most Influential Latinos in Houston
Most Articulate Latinos on Latino issues and concerns in Houston
Latino Organizations that best advocates for the Latino Community
Advertising, Media and Public Relations
The Arts in the Latino Community
Banking and Finance
Civil and Voting Rights
Education Public Education
Education Higher Education
Health Care System & Issues
Latino History and Culture
The Local Economy
Mexico & Latin America
Politics State and National
Politics Partisan (Democrat)
Politics Partisan (Republican)
If you are a Latino from the Houston area or have knowledge of Houstons Latino community I welcome your assistance, guidance and recommendations. We will publish name, title, company name, business phone number, photo, e-mail address and website if available. It is our intention to make the list available on our website at www.camposcommunications.com. We will value your participation on this project and will carefully consider your recommendations. It is my hope that your recommendations will provide me with a consensus list of leadership that we can publish online. It is our intention to provide multiple listings in the various categories. If you are interested in participating you can contact me or firstname.lastname@example.org and a survey will be emailed to you. Thanks.
Commentary is proud to say that my voting precinct may be sending one of the youngest I think - delegates to the Lone Star State Dem Convention. Guthrie Graves Fitzsimmons was born on 12/23/89 and cast his first vote ever for Hillary a few weeks ago.
Speaking of, checking through the cyberspace yak-off sites the past 72 hours, it looks like the SD 15 Dem Convention had the least number of complaints and problems. The more I think of it and Im all over the map on this right now the County/Senatorial conventions might have worked better if we would have had more time to put them together. What would have been wrong to have waited another month to meet like say April 26?
The Chron says the Stros will go 77-85 this season. Well, were 0-2 so far. None of the Chrons baseball writers think we will make the playoffs. The Chrons Jesus is picking the Dodgers to win it all. Another 9 pm start tonight oh, my!