MBAs Answer the Question, “What Does Hispanic Heritage Month Mean to You?”

Members of Hispanic Student Business Association offer thoughts, insights this month.

October 04, 2021

| by Stanford GSB
Photo compilation of MBA 2022 HBSA students. Top row: Ricardo Rosales, Omar Garza, Mario Del Cueto. Bottom Row: Julian Atehortua, Stephanie Grayson, Katy Honda. | Saul Bromberger & Sandra Hoover Photography

The Hispanic Business Student Association is a community of students interested in the cultural and professional issues that affect the Latinx community.| Saul Bromberger & Sandra Hoover Photography

“The term ‘Hispanic’ is all about inclusivity and encapsulates millions of different identities,” says Mario Del Cueto, MBA ’22. “The fact that the Hispanic community deliberately celebrates this variety underscores the power of the Hispanic familia.”

Members of Stanford GSB’s Hispanic Business Student Association answer the question, “What does Hispanic Heritage Month mean to you?”

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