Creating Alliances
Enhancing Careers


At the Hispanic Alliance for Career Enhancement (HACE), we are deeply committed to fostering an inclusive environment that not only recognizes but celebrates the rich diversity within the Latin(a)(e)(o)(x) community and beyond. We understand that true excellence stems from a myriad of perspectives, experiences, and voices coming together to create innovative solutions and opportunities for all.

HACE supports you at every phase
of your career

We are committed to fulfilling the pipeline of the next generation of leaders through our comprehensive programs. We at HACE center our focus on creating a diverse and inclusive work environment. We believe that by having an effective talent acquisition strategy in place, a larger talent pool with a sense of belonging, reliability, engagement, fresh perspective, innovation will be the outcome. By cultivating this unique pipeline, everyone at HACE succeeds.

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Serving as a gateway into leadership and professional development, HACE realizes firsthand the strategic methods necessary to be implemented in order to produce effective leaders within the workforce. Each of HACE’s insightful, interactive learning programs prepare individuals for real developmental transformations, no matter their career starting point.

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Diversity, Equity, Inclusion

Through professional development, resources, and networks, and by facilitating access to meaningful career opportunities, HACE helps Latinos succeed in every phase of their career. HACE works with employers to remain competitive in an increasingly dynamic economy by helping them attract, develop and retain Latino and diverse professionals. 

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HACE’s Multicultural Leaders Program has shown me the benefits of my multicultural background and skills. It is a program that has given me the flashlight to explore myself and my capabilities as a multicultural person and how to use them as a leader.

Susan Hamsis, Barilla Group – Global SQ


I want to thank HACE for their commitment to supporting our Latinx community.  It’s truly inspiring and amazing. They have motivated me to become more involved in my organization and in my local community.

Brajin Vazquez, Unilever, Skin Care Global Packaging Development Manager


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Our Partners

HACE is a subject matter expert for corporations seeking to access diverse talent. With a network of over 97,000 members across the country, HACE works with employers to remain competitive in an increasingly dynamic economy by helping them attract, develop and retain Latino and diverse professionals.  HACE provides our partners with access to talent from entry to senior level, culturally relevant learning and development solutions, and DEI thought leadership and best practices.


Before you understand how to envision your career, let’s review why having a career path is critical. Every successful professional has been through challenges, problems, victories, and all that a life of work brings to our lives, so what is the difference between those who “make it” and those who don’t?

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HACE Launches Inaugural ALZA Leadership Program Sponsored by JPMorgan Chase

The Hispanic Alliance for Career Enhancement (HACE), a Chicago-based national nonprofit dedicated to the employment, development, and advancement of current and aspiring Latino professionals, is proud to announce its new advanced leadership program, ALZA – a program designed to fuel the potential of Latino professionals. Sponsored by JPMorgan Chase, HACE is proud to welcome 15 JPMC leaders as part of the program’s inaugural cohort of participants. 

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HACE United: Accelerating Equity with Action & Accountability

Even as we face the promise of a new year, a month in, we are constantly hearing about the increase in burnout and mental health challenges, and even more, we feel it. We are experiencing layoffs, inflation, racism, gun violence, and the list goes on and on. Those of us who are leading people are almost ready to call it quits. In fact, many are. At least 40% of managers’ report burnout, executives are leaving at higher rates than ever before, and employees are more likely to leave companies that are not prioritizing equity.

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