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NJ Revilla-Garcia
June 9, 2009
 

“Antonio R. Flores Day” proclaimed in Hartford, Connecticut, during HACU on the Road stop

HACU kicked off its first HACU on the Road tour with a stop in Hartford, Connecticut. The visit was hosted by Aetna.  Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Aetna, Joseph Zubretsky was among those present when City of Hartford Mayor Eddie Perez proclaimed June 8, 2009, “Antonio R. Flores Day” during its HACU on the Road tour.


(L-R) Aetna Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, Joseph Zubretsky; HACU President and CEO, Antonio Flores; and City of Hartford Mayor Eddie Perez at the HACU on the Road visit in Connecticut hosted by Aetna. Mayor Perez presented a proclamation declaring June 8 "Antonio Flores Day." 

Hartford is the first of more than 15 national and international metropolitan visits. The next HACU on the Road stop is Bogota, Colombia on June 11. Dates are still being confirmed in various cities. For updates and a list of other stops, visit the HACU on the Road website at www.hacu.net.

About HACU on the Road
HACU on the Road is an initiative designed to promote national and international dialogue about the state of Hispanic higher education among chancellors, presidents of colleges and universities, superintendents of Hispanic-Serving School Districts, corporate leaders, and other supporters of Hispanic higher education.

 

 



  
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NJ Revilla-Garcia
June 9, 2009
 

“Antonio R. Flores Day” proclaimed in Hartford, Connecticut, during HACU on the Road stop

HACU kicked off its first HACU on the Road tour with a stop in Hartford, Connecticut. The visit was hosted by Aetna.  Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Aetna, Joseph Zubretsky was among those present when City of Hartford Mayor Eddie Perez proclaimed June 8, 2009, “Antonio R. Flores Day” during its HACU on the Road tour.


(L-R) Aetna Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, Joseph Zubretsky; HACU President and CEO, Antonio Flores; and City of Hartford Mayor Eddie Perez at the HACU on the Road visit in Connecticut hosted by Aetna. Mayor Perez presented a proclamation declaring June 8 "Antonio Flores Day." 

Hartford is the first of more than 15 national and international metropolitan visits. The next HACU on the Road stop is Bogota, Colombia on June 11. Dates are still being confirmed in various cities. For updates and a list of other stops, visit the HACU on the Road website at www.hacu.net.

About HACU on the Road
HACU on the Road is an initiative designed to promote national and international dialogue about the state of Hispanic higher education among chancellors, presidents of colleges and universities, superintendents of Hispanic-Serving School Districts, corporate leaders, and other supporters of Hispanic higher education.