Ralph has once again been honored as the Hispanic IT Executive Council (HITEC) 100 for 2017. Since 2008, HITEC has compiled a comprehensive list featuring the top 100 most influential and notable Hispanic Professionals in the Information Technology Industry called the “HITEC 100.”
“Ralph has extensive board, international management and leadership experience, as well as in-depth knowledge of the mobile communications industry,” said Kenneth I. Chenault, chairman and chief executive officer, American Express. “His experience, valuable insight in digital and mobile technology, and deep commitment to diversity in the work place make him an ideal fit for American Express and our board of directors.”
The Board of Directors of the Hispanic IT Executive Council and the nominating committees of the HITEC 100 recognize Ralph de la Vega in the 2016 edition of the HITEC 100. Since 2008, HITEC has compiled a comprehensive list featuring the top 100 most influential and notable Hispanic Professionals in the Information Technology Industry called the “HITEC 100.”
The National Diversity Council, in partnership with the College of Public Policy at the University of Texas – San Antonio, will recognize the 2015 Top Latino Leaders in Texas during its Inaugural Latino Leadership Conference. The event will be held Wednesday, October 28 at the Institute for Texas Cultures as the National Diversity Council launches the Council for Latino Workplace Equity.
CRN recently announced its list of the Top 100 Executives of 2015. Ralph de la Vega was honored as one of the 25 Most Influential Executives of 2015 for “ taking AT&T’s partnering efforts to new heights with a top-notch channel program,” and Brooks McCorcle was named one of the Top 25 Channel Sales Leaders of 2015 for her leadership in creating and growing AT&T Partner Exchange as well as for the bold moves she continues to make, such as “enhancing the API platform and adding new investment development funds to accelerate partners’ shift to recurring revenue.”