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Geisha Jiménez Williams formerly served as Chief Executive Officer and President of PG&E Corporation and Fortune Magazine recognized her as the first Latina CEO of a Fortune 500 company. She left the company in January 2019.

It was recently announced that Ms. Williams was appointed to the Siemens AG Supervisory Board effective July 2020. Siemens AG, with over 385,000 employees in more than 200 countries, is a German conglomerate company headquartered in Munich. The company focuses on areas of electrification, automation, and digitization.

Correction: She worked 24 years at Florida Power & Light and 11 years at PG&E.
Geisha J. Williams giving remarks to guests at a reception in her honor at the San Francisco City Club. The reception was hosted by Hispanics In Energy.
María Thompson, CEO, Agile Sourcing Partners, Geisha J. Williams, President, PG&E at the time, and José L. Pérez, President & CEO, Hispanics In Energy, at the Reception honoring Geisha's appointment as President of the company in October 2015 at the beautiful City Club in San Francisco, CA.

The event was attended by 250 guests.
America's Top Latina Elected Official
Nevada's Democrat Catherine Cortez Masto is the first Latina to serve in the United States Senate thus making her America's top Latina elected official.

She sits on the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee, another first for a Latina.

Below is an abbreviated outline of Masto's academic, professional, and political career:[4]
  • 2017-Present: U.S. Senator from Nevada
  • 2007-2015: Attorney general of Nevada
  • Federal prosecutor
  • Chief of staff to Nevada Governor Bob Miller
  • Assistant county manager, Clark County, Nevada
  • 1990: Graduated from Gonzaga University School of Law with a Juris Doctorate degree
  • 1986: Graduated from the University of Nevada with a Bachelor of Arts degree

Santa Fe, NM (AP) - Michelle Lujan Grisham has not received the attention of many higher-profile candidates under consideration to be Joe Biden's running made. But she has the resume that few of them can match.

Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham
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ABC News

At a moment of national reckoning over systemic racism brought to light by both the impact of the COVID-19 and police brutality, former Vice President Joe Biden is facing increasing calls to pick a woman of color as his running mate. Much of the attention has focused on the Black women on his short list, but some strategists and Latino leaders want to make sure that the campaign is also seriously considering qualified Latina candidates.

The Adrian Pérez Show
by Vida De Oro Foundation, Non-profit
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Adrian Pérez entertains and informs his listeners on topics from Latinos in capitalism and home ownership to President Donald Trump and politics.

Adrian is the Latino response to the Rush Limbaugh talk show where he relentlessly shares his personal views and opinions on current events and subjects.

Guarantees freedom of expression by prohibiting Congress from restricting the press or the rights of individuals to speak freely. It also guarantees the right of citizens to assemble peaceably and to petition their government.
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