Lisa Garcia Quiroz

Lisa Garcia Quiroz Brief Biography

Lisa Garcia Quiroz is a Hispanic-American business executive at Time Warner who oversees its charitable foundation and philanthropic activity and corporate responsibility departments. She serves as the media firm's chief diversity officer. She created and launched Time-Warner's People en Espaol, recognized by Adweek Magazine in 2001 and 2002 for circulation growth. She created and launched a spin-off publication of Time Magazine, entitled Time for Kids, a magazine geared to children in classrooms which achieved a circulation of over 3.5 million. In addition, she serves on a number of nonprofit boards including the Public Theater, the Corporation for National and Community Service and the Hispanic Scholarship Fund. She was nominated by American president Barack Obama in 2010 to serve as a director for the Corporation for National and Community Service. She was appointed by New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg to serve on the city's Commission on Human Rights.

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