David Morales, Commissioner of Healthcare Policy and Finance is the Latino that occupies one of the highest ranks in Deval Patrick's administration. Prior to this role, Morales was a top advisor to the Governor.
Junot Díaz is a creative author and professor at MIT. His fiction has appeared in The New Yorker, African Voices, Best American Short Stories (1996, 1997, 1999, 2000), in Pushcart Prize XXII and in The O'Henry Prize Stories 2009.
Celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2009, El Jolgorio Navideño welcomes more than 3000 guests at the largest Latino gala in Massachusetts in a night full of music, entertainment, art and Latino culture.
In addition to providing local, national, and international news in an accessible way to a growing Latino population, Angel Salcedo provides information on issues of critical concern to the Latino population.
BLTV proudly acknowledged Yadires Nova-Salcedo for her significant contributions to the community media. Yadires and her husband Angel also run their own Spanish news and entertainment show "Encuentro Latino."
Puerto Rican born, Angie Rodriguez is a true example of what our Latino youth can become with the proper support and determination. Angie has experienced the challenges that growing up as an inner city child presents and she found a steadying base at ROCA.