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CHLI Fall 2013 Fellow Spotlight: Herbalife Fellow, Daniel Rosario

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CHLI Fall 2013 Fellow Spotlight: 

Daniel Rosario Fall 2013

 CHLI Herbalife Fellow 

 Daniel Rosario


 Hometown: Union City, New Jersey

 University: Rutgers University 

 Major: Finance and Economics

 Congressional Internship: Congressman  

 Blake Farenthold (TX-27) 




Washington D.C. - In honor of the Global Leaders Internship and Fellowship Program, the Congressional Hispanic Leadership Institute (CHLI) would like to recognize its 2013 program participants. These students represent the diversity and advancement CHLI strives to promote. These remarkable individuals have excelled in their communities and schools. Their passion has driven them to become a part of a great organization such as CHLI. We thank you for your passion, and dedication to our community and for being an ambassador of our organization. Congratulations Daniel! 
Daniel Rosario, a rising senior studying Finance & Economics, and originally from Union City, NJ comes from a family that immigrated from Peru and Dominican Republic. Daniel excelled in his high school and was accepted to Rutgers. The Honors College accepted him and he has since taken part in many extracurricular activities, including, but not limited to, the University Senate while representing the entire Rutgers Newark student body for three consecutive years in the New Brunswick Campus.
Daniel has advocated for the continual federal funding of Rutgers University in the offices of New Jersey's Delegation in Washington DC. He has started and led several business school organizations.  His professional work experience includes internships at the Rutgers Business School, JPMorgan & Chase, and Stone Street Advisors. In the last six months, he traveled to Cape Town, South Africa to assist in building relationships between Rutgers Newark and the Cape Town community for future venture capital related projects in community development.
He secured a seat in Harvard Business School's only undergraduate program: the Summer Venture in Management Program. In addition, this fall, he forms part of the Global Leaders Fellowship with the Congressional Hispanic Leadership Institute in Washington DC.  In his spare time he mentors kids who are at risk of falling into the stereotypical youth cycle in our inner cities, reads Barron's Newspaper and Biographies, and loves learning about different cultures.
Daniel's participation in CHLI's Global Leaders Internship and Fellowship Program is possible thanks to the contribution of Herbalife, "We at Herbalife are excited to join the CHLI team as a sponsor for the Fall class of 2013 Global Leaders," said Ibi Fleming, Herbalife's Senior Vice President and Managing Director of North America Region of Herbalife Ltd. "Herbalife strongly supports opportunities for economic empowerment and access to higher learning and leadership in the Latino community and as a corporate partner, we believe CHLI provides invaluable resources for education and career advancement. I look forward to seeing all of the accomplishments of this promising class."
The Deadline for the Spring 2014 Global Leaders Internship and Fellowship Program is November 5, 2013   
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About CHLI:

The Congressional Hispanic Leadership Institute is the premier organization founded by Members of Congress and Corporate Executive Leaders to advance the Hispanic community's economic progress with a focus on social responsibility and global competitiveness.  Founded in 2003, CHLI is a 501(c)3 non-profit and non-partisan organization. CHLI is dedicated to fostering a broad awareness of the diversity of thought, heritage, interests and views of Americans of Hispanic and Portuguese descent.

CHLI is invested in helping further strengthen the U.S. Hispanic community by promoting the advancement of Hispanics in all sectors of the U.S. and global economy.  In the spirit of the organization's vision of "Advancing the Hispanic Community's Diversity of Thought" and its mission, CHLI promotes diversity and inclusion in the public and private sectors. 

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