#5061335 at 2019-02-07 03:59:11 (UTC+1) Q Research General #6463: "Think for yourself. Research for yourself. Trust yourself" Edition
CNN and present
In October 2011, Cardona joined the CNN Network for the 2012 presidential election season as a political contributor, and was the first Latina Democratic contributor on CNN and the only person, at that time, to contribute to both CNN Domestic and CNN en Español. "Having spent all of my professional career in communications, public policy, and politics, I'm thrilled to join CNN as a political contributor, especially as we are entering the excitement of the upcoming 2012 presidential election cycle," she said. She continues to make appearances on CNN and CNN en Español and writes editorials speaking on a variety of national issues.
Currently, Cardona sits as a board member of numerous organizations dedicated to Latino issues. She serves on the Board of Directors for Hoops Sagrado, a non-profit organization that provides learning and leadership opportunities to DC youth through a basketball exchange program in the highlands of Guatemala; New America Media, the country's first and largest national collaboration and advocate of 3,000 ethnic news organizations; Citizenship Counts, a non-profit organization dedicated to educating middle-school students on the responsibilities and civic duties of American citizens; PODER PAC, the first political action committee that raises money for Latina candidates at all levels; the Friends of the National Museum of the American Latino, an independent commission established to study the feasibility of creating a national museum dedicated to highlighting the contributions of American Latinos; and co-chairs inSPIRE STEM USA, a coalition of businesses, education advocates and other national organizations supportive of a two-part plan to address immigration and workforce development needs and improve the country's STEM education pipeline.
She was named one of the nation's Top 50 Most Influential Latinos in 2012.
USHCC and lawsuit
Cardona is a named defendant in a $50 million lawsuit filed in Houston, Texas by JavierPalomarez, the former president of the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, after he allegedly embezzled more than $1 million from the organization and was accused of sexual misconduct by his chief of staff and female co-workers. Palomarez accused Cardona of spreading false stories about Palomarez to members of the media to damage his reputation.
Cardona currently lives in Washington, D.C. with her husband, Bryan Weaver, and their two children.
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#376665 at 2018-02-14 23:35:24 (UTC+1) Q Research General #463: The Truth Is Like A LION, Prime Number Edition
U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, JavierPalomarez CEO