Exchange service named a top company for Latinas

| September 1, 2016 | 0 Comments

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DALLAS — LATINA Style magazine has named the Army & Air Force Exchange Service one of the 50 best companies for Latinas to work for, once again highlighting the Exchange’s commitment to diversity in the workplace.

The Exchange’s selection to the 2016 LATINA Style 50 was published in the magazine’s special August issue.

Exchange Executive Vice President & Chief Merchandising Officer Ana Middleton will represent the Exchange at the magazine’s awards ceremony and diversity conference in Washington, D.C., early in 2017.

“This national recognition is a testament to the Exchange’s commitment to championing diversity,” said Middleton, one of the Exchange’s highest-ranking Hispanic women, noting that nearly 11 percent of the Exchange’s worldwide workforce is Latina. “Diversity in the workplace is crucial to ensuring the Exchange delivers the best service possible to America’s Soldiers, Airmen, military families and retirees.”

The Exchange has consistently been highlighted by LATINA Style 50 since 2008. The Exchange was recognized after evaluation of more than 800 companies. The magazine’s annual rankings are considered a respected source of information for Hispanic women across the country.

LATINA Style 50 highlights companies that have a dedicated effort to diverse recruiting and promotion initiatives. The report also highlights companies that have programs to recruit veterans and military personnel.

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