Sociedad Hispana Doylestown es una organización sin ánimo de lucro, fundada en 2007, en el Condado Bucks, Pensilvania, y aprobada por el IRS 501(c)(3). La organización está dedicada al estudio y valoración de la cultura ibérica y latinoamericana, incluyendo el idioma español, su literatura y sus artes. Nuestro objetivo es promover su conocimiento transcultural.
The Cultural Center of Mexico Announces New Board Members
¡Felicidades a nuestra miembra Karla Hurley!
We are pleased to announce our new Board Officers
The Cultural Center of Mexico announces the appointment of its three new Board Officers, who will unite their efforts to those of our active President Rafael Utrera to promote Mexican Culture.
All three of our newest Officers embody the spirit of community and bring talent, expertise and energy to the table. We are very fortunate to have them by our side as we continue to strengthen community in Delaware Valley.
Karla N. Hurley is executive leader, change agent and entrepreneur. Founder and President of Global Bilingual Solutions.She won the prize of Female Hispanic Entrepreneur in Pennsylvania at The 5 Pillars of Leadership by Al Dia News, She also won the Super Women in Business award in 2011 and has been nominated for Brava Awards by SmartCEO Magazine. Her career reflects success in the corporate world, academia, entrepreneurship, “Big 4” firm and nonprofit organizations.
Sean Litz is a Partner at the prominent Philadelphia-area business law boutique firm, Royer Cooper Cohen Braunfeld. His practice is concentrated in commercial litigation and business disputes, focusing on complex litigation and regulatory matters involving business torts. With Sean’s Mexican roots and passion for arts and culture, he has thoroughly enjoyed serving on the Board of the MCC and is excited to continue supporting this important organization as its Treasurer.
Diana Myers-Bennett Roberts is retired from the Philadelphia Museum of Art where she was the Program Administrator in the Department of External Affairs. She earned a BA from Duke University and MA from Drexel University. Currently an independent researcher in the field of the art and history of colonial Mexico and a lecturer, she contributes to the website colonialmexico.blogspot.com.