Lisa Valadez

Managing Editor

Lisa Valadez, specializes in brand building and establishing successful PR campaigns for various entertainers. She has worked throughout the entertainment industry; as well as with national and international entrepreneurs, diverse businesses, and non-profit organizations. She has been a guest speaker at the LATISM (Latinos in Social Media) conferences.
A native Houstonian and activist, Lisa Valadez is well-known within her community for her tireless commitment to community service and various help-outreach initiatives. Lisa has worked with the Alief school district the Family Outreach Coordinator, a field in which she has garnered annual recognition for her work. She also serves in the capacity of Outreach Coordinator in partnership with the Children’s Defense Fund to help identify uninsured and underinsured children in Alief ISD. Knowledgeable about federal programs and protocol, Lisa makes it a priority to educate parents and children about the importance of good health and its direct correlation with school achievement. She is often recruited by local non-profits in the Houston area to help plan, organize, and coordinate large community health fairs.
Lisa says that her true passion is community service, and she desires to educate those around her with facts in efforts to help the disenfranchised. Her long term goals include establishing her own non-profit and educating people on a national level about positively impacting their communities.

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Campus Chronicles - July 15, 2024

See what's happening in Houston ISD, Aldine ISD, Pasadena ISD, and Fort Bend ISD

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Art Colony Association Announces New Board Members and Officers

The Art Colony Association has announced new board members and officers for the Bayou City Art Festivals, highlighting their commitment to bringing art and education to the Houston community.

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Veritex Bank Named a Top Company to Work For in 2024-2025

Veritex Community Bank has been named one of the 2024-2025 Best Companies to Work For by U.S. News & World Report.

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NMAAHC Unveils New Exhibition on Mary McLeod Bethune’s Legacy and Impact

The NMAAHC's new exhibition, "Forces for Change," opens July 19, highlighting Mary McLeod Bethune's legacy and Black women's activism.

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Texas Labor Force Surpasses 15.3 Million, Reaches Record High in June

Texas' labor force hit a record high in June, adding 49,100 people, while nonfarm employment saw a slight decrease of 1,200 jobs.

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CHC BOLD PAC Proudly Endorses President Joe Biden for Re-Election

BOLD PAC is committed to re-electing President Biden and preventing a second Trump Presidency.

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Harris Health Reopens Outpatient and Clinic Facilities Following Hurricane Beryl

Harris Health System has announced the reopening of several outpatient and clinic facilities starting Tuesday, July 16, 2024.

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TDLR Urges Reporting of Suspected Fuel Contamination Post-Hurricane Beryl

Consumers in Texas are urged to report suspected fuel contamination to the TDLR following Hurricane Beryl's flooding, which may have compromised underground fuel storage tanks.

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Houston Housing Authority Responds to Hurricane Beryl with Relief Effort

The Houston Housing Authority is providing essential supplies and financial assistance to residents affected by Hurricane Beryl through a relief drive and partnerships.

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Catholic Charities of Galveston-Houston to Aid Hurricane Beryl Recovery Efforts

Catholic Charities of Galveston-Houston will distribute essential supplies and offer support services to Hurricane Beryl victims, with drive-thru and cooling center events planned for this weekend.

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