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 - April 24, 2024

Read about what is happening in Alief ISD, HISD, Spring Branch ISD, and Channelview ISD.

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A Century of Reflection: Houston's Holocaust Museum Honors the Tulsa Race Massacre with Educational Event and Exhibition

Holocaust Museum Houston (HMH) is poised to honor the centennial-plus-three observance of the Tulsa Race Massacre with a poignant and educational program, featuring a lecture from renowned historian Tim Madigan. Madigan, the esteemed author of "The Burning: Tulsa Race Massacre of 1921," will offer an in-depth analysis of the catastrophic events of May 31 through June 1, 1921, during his presentation on Wednesday, May 29, at 6:30 p.m.

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Experience Culinary Bliss: Molihua Restaurant Grand Opening in Houston!

Molihua, helmed by Michelin-starred chefs Ho Chee Boon and Hideki Hiwatashi, promises an extraordinary dining experience.

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Sisters Network® Inc. Hosts 14th Annual Stop the Silence 5K Walk/Run in Downtown Houston

Sisters Network® Inc. hosts its 14th Annual Stop the Silence 5K Walk/Run in downtown Houston.

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Texas Southern University's Fine Arts Week Celebrates Alumnus Edwin Lee Gibson and Showcases Diverse Arts Performances and Workshops

Texas Southern University's Fine Arts Week honors Emmy winner Edwin Lee Gibson and features diverse arts performances and workshops.

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Comcast RISE Program Offers Small Business Grants in Houston and Four Other Cities

Business support will include a total of $500,000 in grants plus computer equipment, advertising and business consulting and education

Comcast's Comcast RISE program is offering grants to small businesses in Houston and four other cities

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Campus Chronicles - April 3, 2024

Students from the Gifted and Talented program at Sutton Elementary School within HISD recently took part in their campus GT Expo. The event highlighted their various interests and talents, with a particular focus on projects created using upcycled materials. The school extends its gratitude to Ms. Hughes, the GT Coordinator, for her exemplary leadership in organizing the event.

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Children’s Museum Houston Earns Spot as National Medal Finalist!

Children’s Museum Houston is a finalist for the 2024 National Medal for Museum and Library Service, celebrating its community impact and innovative learning programs

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Texas Southern University Joins HBCU Golf Diversity Initiative

Texas Southern University partners with Make Golf Your Thing to introduce a golf simulator and promote industry diversity on campus.

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Big As Texas Festival Announces Stellar Music Lineup and Culinary Delights for Inaugural Event

Saddle Up With Country Music’s Biggest Acts At New Outdoor Festival Debuting May 10-12 Outside Houston at Montgomery County Fairgrounds

The inaugural Big As Texas Festival will feature a stellar music lineup and a diverse culinary experience from May 10-12 at the Montgomery County Fairgrounds.

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