How Will You Make a Positive Impact For the Hispanic Community?

Students from the Hispanic Business Student Association share their reflections.

October 13, 2022

Portrait of the members of the Stanford GSB Hispanic Business Students Association on a soft pink and orange background. Photo by Elena Zhukova

Members of the Stanford GSB Hispanic Business Students Association. Top row, left to right: Darwin Valentine, Luis Flores. Bottom row, left to right: Sonny Stephens, Jason Gomez, Yosselin Melgar| Photo by Elena Zhukova

“I want to provide mentorship, guidance, and support to those who want to pursue similar dreams,” said Sonny Stephens, MBA ’23. “By doing this, I can strengthen my community and help it thrive.”

From mentorship to advocacy, our students shared how they plan to impact their community — beyond Stanford GSB. Read their reflections on Hispanic Heritage Month below.

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