Angela De Hoyos-Hart, Jessica Moreno, and Joaquin M. Nuño-Whelan were among 34 awardees honored by the Hispanic Association for Corporate Responsibility (HACR) for their commitment to the Hispanic community and their professional achievements. General Motors Chairman and CEO, Mary Barra was a featured speaker at the 25th Annual HACR Symposium: The Power of Hispanic Inclusion™ on May 1-2 in Detroit. It was the culminating event of a four-day leadership development program. In addition, Senior Vice President of Global Human Resources John Quattrone, hosted a dinner with the HACR board and staff. Vice President of Global Connected Customer Experience Santiago Chamorro, participated in a C-suite leadership panel. HACR is one of the most influential Hispanic advocacy organizations in the nation, representing 14 national Hispanic organizations in the United States and Puerto Rico. Its mission is to advance the inclusion of Latinos in corporate America at a level commensurate with their economic contributions. “We are extremely proud of the accomplishments of these young GM-ers,” said GM Global Chief Diversity Officer Ken Barrett. “This award has special meaning not only because it rewards those honored for their professional accomplishments, but also for their commitment to enhance the communities in which they live.”