SHPE.org | July 2019
The CEO Corner
Conquering Mountains
It’s hard to believe we’re just four months away from our 2019 National Convention in Phoenix. We expect a record turnout this year (so register now!), and we’re hard at work putting together an amazing array of program sessions, panels, speakers and competitions. And yet, I’m already looking ahead to our 2020 Convention in Denver...
The Largest Gathering of Hispanics in STEM
Phoenix, Arizona | Oct 30 - Nov 3
Convene with STEM students and professionals to grow your network, learn new skills, hear from industry leaders, and celebrate with SHPE familia. Hundreds of companies and organizations will be exhibiting and interviewing.

Welcome to Our 2019-2020 IPC Members
Please join us in thanking the 45 members who returned to the 2019-2020 Industry Partnership Council (IPC), and welcoming our five new members: American Express, Apple,
Bechtel, Discover, and Thermo Fisher Scientific .

Featuring Neelam Chohan
Neelam Chohan
Honeywell International Inc.
A people person for all
Last month, online leadership magazine Vision featured SHPE member leader Neela Chohan, Global Head of Diversity & Inclusion for Honeywell International, Inc.

Announcing the 2019-2020 National Board and Regional Leadership
SHPE welcomed three new National Board members: Will Davis (Secretary & RVP Liaison), Chris Hetner, and Eva Majercsik; along with the newly-elected regional leadership. More details to come later this month!

Three New Chapters Established This Quarter
Region 1
Delta Valley Professional Chapter of SHPE | Sacramento, CA | Formerly known as SHPE Sacramento

Region 3
North Central College Student Chapter | Naperville, IL

Region 5
SHPE Texas State University Student Chapter | San Marcos, TX
Are you ready to start a new chapter in your region?

Sara Warren Joins the SHPE Familia
Sara Warren joins SHPE as Administrator, Executive Office and Legal Support, based in Washington, DC, and reporting directly to CEO Raquel Tamez.

Change Lives, Donate Today
Support Their Dreams
SHPE's members want to change the world with their ideas. Become invincible. But it's hard to do that alone. Through the power of Familia, SHPE makes it easier. And we do that only with your support.

Raquel Tamez Named a "2019 Leading Latina"
Hispanic Executives magazine published their 2019 list of "Leading Latinas," a group of successful professionals who are beacons of light and support for the next generation.

A Successful Pre-College Engineering Day Event
In March, Region 4 held a Pre-College Engineering Day. The City College of New York chapter hosted this interactive educational outreach event to promote STEM fields and careers to high school students.

latinXfactor™: Sharpen Your Professional Edge
Create Innovative Ideas to Change the World
Join us for this webinar on Wednesday, July 24 @8pm ET. Discover ways to cultivate your creative thinking, find the courage to take action, and change the world with your innovative ideas. Register now!

Missed our last webinar on How To Be An Effective Team Player? Watch it now
One Week Left to Nominate a STAR in STEM
The annual STAR Awards recognize those in STEM who are changing lives through their work, community outreach, and research. Do you know someone like that? Or maybe it's you! Nominations are due July 10.

Calendar of Events
STAR Award Nominations Due | July 10 |  Nominate
latinXfactor Webinar | July 24 | 8pm ET/5pm PT | Register now
Scholarship Applications Due | July 31 | Apply now
2019 NILA | July 31-Aug 4 | Phoenix, Arizona | Registration closed
latinXfactor Webinar | August 14 | 8pm ET/5pm PT
latinXfactor Webinar | August 28 | 8pm ET/5pm PT
NC19 Early Bird Registration Ends  | August 31 |  Register now
2019 National Convention | October 31-November 3 |  Register now
Have a special event that you would like added? Your regional leaders have access to the submission form, so please connect with them to have your event submitted. If you have any questions please email marketing@shpe.org .
SHPE, a 501c3 tax-deductible non-profit organization, welcomes your financial contributions in support of its endeavors to support educational enrichment programs for Hispanic students pursuing academic studies in science, technology, engineering and math. Our organization is dependent upon the support of sponsors and donors from industry and private donations. Your tax-deductible donation will assist us in continuing our mission of educational enrichment for the Hispanic community.