Five Easy Steps to Own Holiday Shopping on a Budget


Brought to You by Discover

Your list of people to shop for during the holidays grows by the day, making it easy to get carried away spending money on purchases that may not fit your budget. To avoid re-gifting the free T-shirt from the job fair or leftover meal points from the dining hall, here are five money-saving tips for the holidays.

1. Budgeting Made Easy
Creating a budget can seem daunting, but there are many apps available to help simplify your finances by syncing all of your accounts. And, since your phone is always by your side, use an app to:
• Monitor your spending.
• Manage your budget while shopping.
• Pay your bills on time.

These easy tips can help you save some extra cash for the spring semester.

2. Get Extra Credit for Your Shopping
Using the budget you’ve created, research the gifts you want to buy to see if there are any promotions, coupons or deals. Most major credit card issuers also offer an online shopping portal, like Discover Deals, which gives you cash back when you shop at your favorite stores after connecting through the Discover Deals site. With Discover, you can redeem those credit card rewards for a statement credit or a direct deposit.

3. DIY to Save Dollars
If you want to avoid the crowded malls and overzealous shoppers, DIY gifts are a great option. Not only are they great for the hard-to-please people on your list, but also making the gifts can also be a fun activity with your friends. A few inexpensive and easy-to-make gifts include:
• Mason jar recipes filled with delicious treats for late-night study sessions.
• Tie-blanket using your school’s colors or favorite sports team.
• Print canvas of your best selfie or travels from studying abroad.
• Homemade treats for holiday parties. Make a few extra so you have leftovers for study groups during finals week.

4. Out with Gifts, in with Giving
What better way to make an impact on your community and create lasting memories than getting friends together to put time and money toward a charitable cause instead of each other? Here are a few ways you and your friends can give a gift that keeps on giving:
• Volunteer at a soup kitchen.
• Collect canned goods for a local food drive.
• Clean out your closet and donate your clothes.
• Read to children at a local hospital.

5. Make Your Money Work for You
If you’re planning to buy gifts this year and pay with your credit card, make sure it has benefits that will put money back in your pocket, like discounts from your favorite retailers and cash back rewards. You can even use that cash back to pay for those gifts. For example, the Discover it® chrome for Students card gives you:
• 2% Cashback Bonus® at gas stations and restaurants on up to $1,000 of combined purchases quarterly
• 1% Cashback Bonus on all other purchases
• The ability to pay with your Cashback Bonus on
• The option to get a boost in value on merchant gift cards and eCertificates when you redeem your Cashback Bonus for them – This is a great gift option for anyone you may be struggling with gift ideas for.

And new cardmembers can get a Good Grades reward where you can earn $20 in Cashback Bonus if your grade point average is 3.0 (or equivalent) or higher each year you are enrolled in school, for up to five years from your account opening.

Now that you have all of the tips you need for a budget-friendly holiday season, start shopping!

About Discover
Discover Financial Services (NYSE: DFS) is a direct banking and payment services company with one of the most recognized brands in U.S. financial services. Since its inception in 1986, the company has become one of the largest card issuers in the United States. The company issues the Discover card, America’s cash rewards pioneer, and offers private student loans, personal loans, home equity loans, checking and savings accounts and certificates of deposit through its direct banking business. It operates the Discover Network, with millions of merchant and cash access locations; PULSE, one of the nation’s leading ATM/debit networks; and Diners Club International, a global payments network with acceptance in more than 185 countries and territories. For more information, visit

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Derek Cuculich


Application Deadline Near for $100,000 Excellence in Innovation Award

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BATON ROUGE, LA, November 17, 2015 — Applications for the $100,000 Phi Kappa Phi Excellence in Innovation Award are due by December 10, 2015. Interested institutions are encouraged to apply for the award sponsored by The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation’s oldest and most selective collegiate honor society for all academic disciplines.

“The Phi Kappa Phi innovation award is a fitting extension of our mission to recognize and promote excellence in higher education by lifting up the transformative work being done on college and university campuses across the country,” said Dr. Mary Todd, Phi Kappa Phi executive director.

Beginning in 2016 and each biennium, the award will recognize one college or university for achievements in finding powerful substantive solutions to improve the lives of others and create systematic large-scale change. The recipient institution will receive $100,000 in tangible recognition of its best practice in response to the changes and challenges facing higher education in the twenty-first century.

Since 1933, Phi Kappa Phi has awarded fellowships and grants to members and students on its chapter campuses. Currently, more than $500,000 is awarded annually through programs that last year recognized over 270 individuals. The Excellence in Innovation Award is the Society’s first award for institutions.

The application period for colleges and universities to apply for the Excellence in Innovation Award is currently open until December 10, 2015. For more information including award criteria, eligibility, and timeline details, visit

About Phi Kappa Phi
Phi Kappa Phi annually inducts approximately 30,000 students, faculty, professional staff and alumni. The Society has chapters at more than 300 select colleges and universities in North America and the Philippines. Membership is by invitation only to the top 10 percent of seniors and graduate students and 7.5 percent of second-term juniors. Faculty, professional staff and alumni who have achieved scholarly distinction also qualify. The Society’s mission is “To recognize and promote academic excellence in all fields of higher education and to engage the community of scholars in service to others.” For more information about Phi Kappa Phi, visit

Media Contact
Hannah Breaux
The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi
(225) 923-7777

Voto Latino to Host Event on Climate Change Challenges & Opportunities

November 13, 2015


What: On November 17th, Voto Latino, the leading non profit organization empowering Latino millennials and engaging them in the civic process, will join Defend Our Future, Environmental Defense Fund’s campaign to empower millennials in the fight against climate change for a conversation about how young Latinos can take action to address climate change impacts affecting their communities. The conversation will be moderated by Univision anchor Enrique Acevedo.

The conversation will highlight ways in which rising leaders can be active in combatting climate change in their own lives and within their communities, as well as learn about diverse career paths that are important to addressing the effects of climate change and protecting the environment.

This event is free and open to the public and will be followed by a mix and mingles reception with food and drinks.

Who: Keynote Speaker: Mustafa Ali, Senior Advisor of Environmental Justice, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Moderator: Enrique Acevedo co-anchor of \”Noticiero Univision Edición Nocturna\”
Karina Castillo, Director of Programs, The CLEO (Climate Leadership Engagement Opportunities) Institute
Eric Chappel, 2014 Environmental Defense Fund Fellow at Ocean Spray Cranberries
Edwin Luevanos, Chief Executive Officer, Citizen Energy
Alexis Calatayud, FIU Student Body President

What: Defending Our Future: Fighting Climate Change in South Florida

When: Tuesday, November 17, 6:30PM-9:30PM ET

Where: Frost Art Museum at Florida International University, Rooms 105/107
10975 SW 17th Street
Miami, FL 33199

Info: Space for this free event is limited. All participants must RSVP here to reserve their seat.


About Voto Latino
Voto Latino is a nonpartisan organization that empowers Latino Millennials to claim a better future for themselves and their community. United by the belief that Latino issues are American issues and American issues are Latino issues, Voto Latino is dedicated to bringing new and diverse voices to develop leaders by engaging youth, media, technology and celebrities to promote positive change. To learn more about Voto Latino, visit Also engage Voto Latino on Facebook at, on Google Plus at, and on Twitter at and on Instagram at

About Defend Our Future
Defend Our Future, a campaign of the Environmental Defense Fund (EDF), is dedicated to empowering young people to lead the fight against climate change. We are building a movement to show our elected leaders that we aren’t just waiting for them to act on climate change – we are taking action ourselves, in our personal lives, in our communities and in our government. Learn more about us at

Media Contact
Audrey Lopez
(202) 386-6374

Edvisors unveils paying-for-college trends for 2016

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LAS VEGAS, November 9, 2015 – Edvisors, publisher of free web sites that help students and families plan and pay for college, has identified several key trends on the horizon for 2016 that will affect students.

“These trends are important because the affect how students picks the right school for them, apply for financial aid, and pay for college. Students and their families will see some immediate changes next year, such as having two versions of the FAFSA form, as well as potential longer term changes based on election-year campaign promises,” said David Levy, editor of and co-author of Filing the FAFSA.

Here is a list of key trends in paying for college that Edvisors has identified for 2016:

• Two FAFSAs in 2016 provides more flexibility. High school seniors and college freshmen and sophomores applying for financial aid will need to file two Free Application for Financial Aid (FAFSA) forms next year. In addition to a FAFSA for 2016-17 academic year, available Jan. 1, 2016, students filing for the 2017-18 academic year must use a new FAFSA form available Oct. 1, 2016. Another change: to make it easier to complete the 2017-18 FAFSA, you will use income and tax data from the prior-prior year (2015) rather than from the immediate year (2016) so it won’t hold up the process if you and your parents haven’t filed your 2016 taxes yet.
• Keeping the college list confidential. For high school seniors and transfer students applying for financial aid, colleges will no longer see the names of other schools you listed, starting on your 2016-17 FAFSA forms. (Previously some colleges used the order of colleges you listed — generally ranked in preference order — to influence their admission and financial aid decisions.) However, the list of colleges will still be submitted to your state so it can evaluate your eligibility for state grants.
 Student debt will continue to climb. Sorry, but without any legislative change, we expect the average student debt when you graduate to match, if not surpass, the $35,000 level incurred by the class of 2015. The average debt load will affect your future career choices since six months after you graduate, you will need to pull down a salary that can cover your daily expenses plus start paying off your loans.
• Expect to get more grants next year as part of your financial aid package. Student debt is increasing but, according to the College Board’s most recent “Trends in Higher Education” report, the average grant increased $570 while the amount that students borrowed in Federal loans declined by $720. The increase in grants is good news: since grants don’t get repaid, they reduce your end cost of a college degree. It could mean the difference between going to a private institution or a public university or a community college.

About Edvisors
Edvisors publishes free web sites to help students and families plan and pay for college. Every year, millions of students and their families turn to the company’s flagship site,, for timely, accurate information, advice and tools that help them confidently make the best decisions about paying for college. Additionally, Edvisors owns, where students earn points and enter scholarship drawings (the site has awarded more than $750,000 to date);, a large free online database of scholarships with an easy-to-use scholarship matching tool; and, which helps students find private loans that are right for them. Founded in 1998, Edvisors is based in Las Vegas, Nevada. More information can be found at


Media contact:
Norman Birnbach
Birnbach Communications, Inc.

The authors of FREAKONOMICS offer to retrain your brain!

The New York Times bestselling book Freakonomics changed the way we see the world, exposing the hidden side of just about everything. Then came SuperFreakonomics, a documentary film, an award-winning podcast, and more.

“Utterly captivating.” - Malcolm Gladwell

“Over nine entertaining chapters [Levitt and Dubner] demonstrate how not to fall into hackneyed approaches to solving problems and concretely illustrate how to reframe questions.” - New York Daily News

“Compelling and fun.” - New York Post


With THINK LIKE A FREAK: The Authors of Freakonomics Offer to Retrain Your Brain, Steven D. Levitt and Stephen J. Dubner have written their most revolutionary book yet. With their trademark blend of captivating storytelling and unconventional analysis, they take us inside their thought process and teach us all to think a bit more productively, more creatively, more rationally—to think, that is, like a Freak.

THINK LIKE A FREAK turns what the authors have learned into a set of lessons that anyone can follow, whether your interest lies in minor life-hacks or major global reforms. Readers are taken inside the special thought process behind Freakonomics to reveal a new way of approaching the decisions we make, the plans we create, and the morals that affect our everyday lives. It answers the questions on the minds of everyone who has read the previous books: How can I apply these ideas to my life?

The following is an excerpt from the book:

     What sort of signal does a college diploma send to a potential employer? That its holder is willing and able to complete all sorts of drawn-out, convoluted tasks – and, as a new employee, isn’t likely to bolt at the first sign of friction.

     So, absent the chance to make every job applicant work as hard as a college applicant, is there some quick, clever, cheap way of weeding out bad employees before they are hired? Zappos has come up with one such trick. Zappos, the online shoe store, has a variety of unorthodox ideas about how a business can be run.  Its customer-service reps are central to the firm’s success.  So even though the job might pay only $11 an hour, Zappos wants to know that each new employee is fully committed to the company’s ethos.  That’s where “The Offer” comes in. When new employees are in the onboarding period – they’ve already been screened, offered a job, and completed a few weeks of training – Zappos offers them a chance to quit. Even better, quitters will be paid for their training time and also get a bonus representing their first month’s salary – roughly $2,000 – just for quitting! All they have to do is go through an exit interview and surrender their eligibility to be rehired at Zappos.

     Doesn’t that sound nuts? What kind of company would offer a new employee $2,000 to not work? A clever company. “It’s really putting the employee in the position of ‘Do you care more about the money or do you care more about this culture and the company?’” says Tony Hsieh, the company’s CEO. “And if they care more about the easy money, then we probably aren’t the right fit for them.”

     Hsieh figured that any worker who would take the easy $2,000 was the kind of worker who would end up costing Zappos a lot more in the long run. By one industry estimate, it costs an average of roughly $4,000 to replace a single employee, and one recent survey of 2,500 companies found that a single bad hire can cost more than $25,000 in lost productivity, lower morale, and the like. So Zappos decided to pay a measly $2,000 up front to let the bad hires weed themselves out before they took root. As of this writing, fewer than 1 percent of new hires at Zappos accept “The Offer.”

     The Zappos weeding mechanism is plainly different from those employed by medieval priests, David Lee Roth, and King Solomon. In this case, Zappos is operating with utter transparency; there is no trick whatsoever. The other cases are all about the trick. It is the trick that makes one party reveal himself, unaware that he is being manipulated. The Zappos story therefore may strike you as more virtuous. But using a trick is – let’s be honest – more fun.

Dubner and Levitt suggest a different way to solve problems by giving readers a totally new way to approach them. Along the way, they share stories of real people who have broken out of the box and tackled problems with innovative techniques, including an unlikely eating competitor from Japan who learned to crush the competition (and eat 50 hot dogs in 12 minutes); the doctor who discovered the cure for ulcers (by infecting himself with bacteria); and a computer scientist who figured out the trick behind e-mail scams (ever get a pesky letter about a Nigerian bank account?), and so many more.

THINK LIKE A FREAK will radically change the way that all of us think about solving any problem.


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truth Wants to Make Your Epic, Creative and Inspiring Smoke-Free Campus Event a Reality


WASHINGTON, DC, October 22, 2015 – truth is challenging college students across the country to make a short video about a smoke-free event they want to host on their campus and post it to YouTube or Twitter with #truthatyourcampus. Up to five students who submit the most creative and inspiring ideas by November 6 will win a pack of truth merch to help them throw the best smoke-free party their campus has ever seen.

More than 99 percent of current smokers start lighting up before the age of 27. College campuses across the country are starting to fight back against tobacco by becoming tobacco-free. This summer truth celebrated Syracuse University’s tobacco-free campus policy. Across the United States, 1,620 schools have implemented 100 percent smoke-free policies, helping reduce the uptake of smoking in young adults.

College students have the ability to lead on their campuses, which is why truth is encouraging students to use their creativity to host public, smoke-free events on their campuses this fall. The events will help spread the word that this generation can be the one to end tobacco use for good.

Truth Initiative, which directs the truth campaign, is already working with 38 community colleges and 33 Historically Black Colleges and Universities to educate students, staff and faculty about the consequences of tobacco use and help the schools adopt 100 percent smoke- or tobacco-free policies. Establishing a smoke- or tobacco-free campus policy can be an effective way to protect young adults and populations most at risk from tobacco use and addiction.

Find more information on how to get involved at

About truth®:
truth® is the most successful and longest running national youth smoking prevention campaigns. The campaign exposes the tactics of the tobacco industry, the truth about addiction, and the health effects and social consequences of smoking. truth gives teens facts to make their own informed choices about tobacco use and inspires them to use their social influence and creativity in the fight against tobacco. The campaign is credited with preventing hundreds of thousands of teens from starting to smoke, and is working to make this the generation that ends smoking for good. To learn more, visit thetruth.comtruth is part of Truth Initiative, a national public health organization dedicated to achieving a culture where all youth and young adults reject tobacco. To learn more about Truth Initiative’s work speaking, seeking and spreading the truth about tobacco, visit


Media Contacts:
Sarah Shank

Mickey Chagnon

$1500 Car Safety Video Scholarship for 2016 Fall Semester


Participants asked to submit original car safety video to win one of three prizes

In an effort to educate young drivers on the importance of car safety, announces a contest in which participants can enter to win one of three scholarships for the 2016 fall college semester. The prize amounts are $1500, $1000 and $500 respectively.

How Participants can Win
College students enrolled in a 2 to 4 year program during the 2016 fall semester who are interested in entering the video scholarship contest should make a 30 second to five minute video telling their own car safety story. The video should be creative and convey a message related to the car safety topic. Videos can be humorous, passionate or simply honest – anything that might draw watchers in and make a difference in their lives.

Once the video is finished, it should be uploaded on the YouTube website, as well as on Facebook and one other social media platform of the participant’s choosing. The participant should then fill out the official application to enter the scholarship contest.

Three videos will be chosen from all submissions received, and the winners will receive $1500, $1000, and $500 respectively from for their inspirational work. Winners will be chosen based on originality, creativity and ultimately, the strength of the message delivered in their videos.

The deadline for entry into the Car Safety Video Scholarship Contest is December 5, 2015. Winners will be awarded on December 15, 2015.

Scholarship Contest Rules
In order to enter the video scholarship contest, contestants must meet several conditions.
• Must be a US citizen or a permanent resident of the United States
• Must attend a 2 to 4 year program with an accredited college during the 2016 fall semester
• The college or university must be listed on the US Department of Education website as an accredited school.
• No minimum GPA is required
• Must submit video via the official submission form located at, and must post the video on YouTube, Facebook and one other social media platform. Must also submit links to the video postings in the application.
• Must provide proof of enrollment in an accredited college
• Only one submission per participant
• Participants can only win once encourages all video scholarship participants to spread the word of this scholarship opportunity because they offer it to three winning students every semester. Encouraging young drivers to be safe behind the wheel, and helping them achieve more through this scholarship opportunity is something feels is of utmost importance. Students are asked to post the details of this video scholarship contest on school bulletin boards, in newsletters and on social media. is an online magazine designed to bring readers simple facts and straightforward news on road safety. With no particular agenda in mind other than to educate and inform, and no partnerships or affiliations within the transportation industry, strives to simply make US roadways a safer place to be.

For more information on and the Car Safety Video Scholarship, please visit or email

Wayne State College delivers ‘digital landscape’ with single digital portal for mobile and touch based user experience


October 21st 2015, Chicago, Illinois - Jadu, a leading global web experience management software company has announced that it has been selected by Nebraska based Wayne State College to deliver the Jadu Web Experience Platform for its online presence and digital service strategy.

Wayne State College is a four-year public college in the Nebraska State College System in Wayne, Nebraska, and this year, has been making investments in web experience technology to support its four schools: Arts and Humanities, Business and Technology, Education and Counseling, and Natural and Social Sciences with a commitment to meeting the needs of the modern student and how they interact with the college, on the devices they choose to use.

“Our goal from project inception was to select a product that would allow us to make real-time content decisions based on dynamic data elements.” Said John Dunning, CIO of Wayne State College.

“We evaluated a number of vendors, including the typical players in the higher education space, but Jadu was the only vendor who could bring that kind of technology to bear for Wayne State. While any project of this magnitude is challenging to implement, Jadu worked very closely with our team to create a web environment that will be the foundation of our electronic presence for years to come.”

Wayne State’s ‘digital landscape’ vision will provide its end-users a single point of access whether informational or transactional, looking for news or getting work done. The college wants its website to be able to get users to where they want to be and what they want to be doing.

The college\’s digital strategy is based on a need to create a user journey that focuses on key internal and external audiences including current and prospective undergraduate and graduate students, faculty and staff, and alumni, as well as prospective faculty and staff and members of the local community.

“We share a passion for innovation and student success,” said Suraj Kika, President and CEO at Jadu “We’re proud to partner with Wayne State College as its digital strategy evolves to shape itself around the digitally native student, faculty, community and the end-user experience.”

Wayne State College has completed its initial design and implementation phase of the Jadu Platform and has launched a new public facing website. The next steps include developing a new end-user portal inside of the platform and provide content dynamically based on the user\’s’ roles.

Last year, Dickinson College based in Carlisle, Pennsylvania announced that it had delivered a fully integrated student portal and mobile ready website using the Jadu Platform.

About Wayne State College
Wayne State College is a leading comprehensive college in Northeast Nebraska distinguished by providing educational excellence in a small, personalized setting. It’s located on a 128-acre campus and boasts a 20:1 student-to-faculty ratio. It’s best known for its friendly atmosphere, exceptional academic reputation, success of its graduates and its affordability.
For more information visit:

About Jadu
Jadu is a leading global provider of Web Experience Management software and Digital Services, specializing in Web Content Management, e-Forms, Case Management and Mobile for enterprise websites, intranets and online transactional systems. With offices in the UK, North America and Australia, Jadu powers hundreds of government, education and private sector organizations across the world and is a leading innovator in providing customers with the tools and services needed to simplify and empower the multi-channel web publishing and management process.
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Media Contacts
Jay Collier
Director of College Relations
Wayne State College

John Euston
Vice President
Jadu, Inc.

Maximize your Social Life with LivnList™

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October 20, 2015 – NEW YORK – LivnList™, the social planning app that taps video for invites, is available for download on iOS at

“Making plans with friends scattered through your life can be a hellish experience. Even with all the technology available at our finger tips, no one has figured out a better way to organize getting together with friends. Whether you’re planning a tailgate party, spring break trip or night out, LivnList™ is the easiest way to get your friends to do things,” says Brian Liebler, Co-founder & CEO, LivnList™. “We’ve turned the existing piecemeal process of sending out static group texts, impersonal emails, or formal calendar invites into a dynamic, fluid experience that mimics real life, but better.”

The app offers features for both social butterflies who like to organize plans and their improviser friends who like to see all their options before committing to doing something. Inspired by the ruthless efficiency that dating apps brought to the process of meeting new people, LivnList™ streamlines the social dynamics for how friends get together in the real world making it as simple as List. Share. Do. ™

For full details about the inspiration behind the company and how the app works, please visit our blog.

About LivnList
Get your friends to do things with LivnList™, the fun and easy way to organize, share and discover what you and your friends want to do. It’s as simple as List. Share. Do.™ The activity planning messenger is available for download on iOS. Android and web versions coming soon. For more information, visit or follow us in social media @LivnList.

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Brian Liebler
Co-founder & CEO
LivnList, Inc.
(917) 282 4235

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Voto Latino to Gather Hundreds of Young Latinos for Major Summit in Silicon Valley



Voto Latino to Gather Hundreds of Young Latinos for Major Summit in Silicon Valley
Wilmer Valderrama, Jose Antonio Vargas, and Michelle Mulligan among Latino leaders who will offer advice

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Voto Latino, the leading non-profit organization empowering Latino Millennials, will convene 400 young professionals at its 4th annual Power Summit held at Stanford University, October 16-17, in collaboration with the Center for Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity. They will be joined by Wilmer Valderrama, actor and co-chair of Voto Latino’s Artist Coalition; filmmaker, journalist, and activist, Jose Antonio Vargas; and editor-in-chief of Cosmo for Latinas, Michelle Mulligan.

On October 16, attendees will tour the Electronic Arts (EA) headquarters, and attend a plenary and reception featuring EA developers. On October 17, attendees will hear from industry experts about leadership, advocacy, media and technology through workshops and training sessions.

“We’re excited to gather some of the most influential Latino leaders in the country to share their thoughts and insights with more than 400 of our most talented young professionals,” said Maria Teresa Kumar, President and CEO of Voto Latino. “Power Summit is our premier event for activating youth and cultivating leadership.”

Voto Latino will host the two-day convening with the support of Electronic Arts (EA), Microsoft, the MacArthur Foundation, Comcast, HipGive, Aids Healthcare Foundation, PG&E, Defend Our Future, and Health 4 All California.

For more information or to register visit

Voto Latino (VL) Power Summit is a professional development conference that educates, engages, and empowers Latino Millennials. The conference brings together dynamic leaders to network, explore resources, and learn how to grow their careers from cross-industry experts. This interactive experience fosters the new age of digital influencers to maximize their impact in their careers and communities.

Voto Latino is a nonpartisan organization that empowers Latino Millennials to claim a better future for themselves and their community. United by the belief that Latino issues are American issues and American issues are Latino issues, Voto Latino is dedicated to bringing new and diverse voices to develop leaders by engaging youth, media, technology and celebrities to promote positive change.

Audrey Lopez

Maria Urbina