The Hispanic 100 began as the Hispanic 50 in 1996 when local Latina leaders Delia Reyes, Bertha Outler, and Patricia Asip recognized the need for Hispanic women leaders in the Dallas area to unite and advance Latina participation in the areas of employment, procurement and social issues. The organization changed its name to the Hispanic 100 in 2003 as its membership grew.
Today, the H100 brings together a network of engaged and dedicated Hispanic women who are passionate about continuing to support each other’s success in the private and public sectors and committed to making a difference for future generations of Latinas.
We believe in the power of Latinas. We believe we are an unstoppable force when we commit to each other and to our community.