CSUF News Service
Hispanic Heritage Month Panel Focuses on Multiculturalism and Latinos
Oct. 3, 2013
In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, Cal State Fullerton will offer a 5-7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 8, panel discussion, "On the Course, On the Stage, On the Couch: Is Multiculturalism Important to Latino/as?"
The free, public program will be held in Portola Pavilion of the University's Titan Student Union.
Nancy De Los Santos-Reza, award-winning writer/producer of "The Bronze Screen: 100 Years of the Latin Imagine in Hollywood Cinema," "Resurrection Blvd" and "American Family" and associate producer of "Selena" and "My Family, Mi Familia," will moderate the panel, which includes:
- Christela Alonzo, a stand-up comedian originally from the border town of San Juan in south Texas. Alonzo has appeared on "Conan," "Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson," "Gabriel Iglesias' Stand-Up Revolution," Showtime's "Legally Brown," "Last Comic Standing" and "Live at Gotham."
- Azucena Maldonado, founder of the Latina Golfers Association. The organization is designed to introduce women, especially Latinas, to golf for their professional development, personal enjoyment and to promote a healthy lifestyle. The LGA is national in focus and based in Southern California.
- Ana Nogales, clinical psychologist, author and founder of Nogales Psychological Counseling Inc. Nogales is committed to helping members of the Latino community improve their personal relationships and emotional health, as well as adjust to and thrive in the complex multicultural environment in which they live.
For more information, please contact Leticia Stotler at 657-278-5839.