600 South Tyler Street
Amarillo, TX 79101
Based on our personal and journalistic experience, we offer a brief vision of the Hispanic community from a historical, social, and economic perspective, and how its presence in this area has triggered a suggestive and potential market in all areas, especially for trade in general.
ABOUT THE SPEAKERS
Yolanda Mendoza graduated from the Autonomous University of Chihuahua in 1994 earning a degree in Communication Sciences. From 1992 to date, she has been an editor and reporter for the Juarez City newspapers El Norte, El Diario, Ser Empresario Magazine and for TV Channel 44. She is the Press Director for the non-profit, Epoca de Oro. She and her husband Alejandro, are the founders of AM de Amarillo Newspaper and AM de Amarillo Magazine. Alejandro Fernandez graduated from the Autonomous University of Chihuahua in 1986 earning a degree in Communication Sciences. From 1992 to date, he is an editor and reporter for the Juarez City newspapers El Universal, El Norte and El Diario, the magazines Ser Empresario, Cuarto Poder and television stations Vision and TV Channel 5. His career expands throughout Mexico including in Mexico City and in the state of Coahuila.