Luis Guzman At The 2015 Latinos de Hoy Awards
The Los Angeles Times and Hoy’s 2015 Latinos de Hoy Awards took place at the prestigious Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Television personality and journalist Liz Hernandez hosted the annual achievement ceremony, which was held as the culmination of National Hispanic Heritage Month and supports the Hispanic Scholarship Fund.
Presenters Henry Cejudo (UFC Fighter), Myrka Dellanos (Emmy-winning Journalist), Rafael de la Fuente (FOX’s Empire), Gaby Moreno (Latin Grammy-winning Artist), Rick Najera (Award-winning Writer, Director), Edward James Olmos (Actor), Lisa Vidal (BET’s Being Mary Jane), Fernando Fiore (Emmy-winning Sportscaster, U.S. Representative Loretta Sanchez (D-CA) and Jaina Lee Ortiz (FOX’s Rosewood). Special performances by Kinky (Mexican Alt-Rock Band), Gaby Moreno (Latin Grammy-winning Artist), Palenke Soultribe (Electronic Music Trio), Sofia Reyes (Mexican Singer-songwriter), Chiquis Rivera (Reality TV Star and daughter of Jenni Rivera), Jasmine V (Music Artist) and Comedian Jill-Michele Melean (Comedy Central’s Reno 911).
The annual Latinos de Hoy Awards is a bilingual/bicultural event to honor those in the Latino community who exemplify leadership, service, and dedication to setting an example for their peers and the next generation. It is the only event celebrating Latinos, and the vibrant and diverse voices in a shared culture, produced by a major newspaper group in the U.S.
The event brings together celebrities, entrepreneurs, and community leaders and is executive produced by David Chavez, CEO of INGEÑUITY. More than 3 million Latinos read the L.A. Times and Hoy each week. Latinos de Hoy is an extension of The Times’ and Hoy’s shared mission to engage and inform and support community involvement among those readers.
Information on the Hispanic Scholarship Fund can be found at http://events.latimes.com/
Latinos de Hoy is produced in association with INGEÑUITY. Sponsors include Goya Foods, the Los Angeles Lakers, and Maker’s Mark. A community partner of LatinoHeritage LA, Latinos de Hoy is also supported by ABC7, Alegría Magazine, Gypset Magazine, LATV, and Mega 96.3 FM.