MAOF

AcronymDefinition
MAOFMexican American Opportunity Foundation
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Julian Assous, CEO IBI Brokerage Services remarked: "In wake of the significant activity our company conducts in derivatives and overall, we applied for membership in the MAOF Clearing House.
The MAOF Clearing House was established together with the derivatives market in 1993, as a subsidiary of the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange.
MAOF also serves approximately 8,000 California children each day.
Teresa Sanchez-Gordon, MAOF Board chair added, "This is a profound loss to the Mexican American community and the nation as a whole.
These organization skills and collective bargaining strategies set the stage for his founding of MAOF in 1963.
and Sacramento, as well as on the recent launchings of the financial literacy program in Nevada and the MAOF Computer Clubhouse in Walnut Park.
We are thrilled to partner with AT&T to help encourage technology literacy in the Latino community," explained Martin Castro, MAOF President & CEO.
During the pilot program, 660 preschoolers each year will complete the nine-month BeSchoolReady program, which is self-paced and monitored by trained MAOF staff members.
In April, MAOF opened its newest preschool, The Cesar Chavez Preschool, which cares for 176 children of Delano's migrant and low-income families.
MAOF is one of the largest Latino nonprofit organizations in the United States and established its networking and professional development event to ensure Latinas had access to job opportunities in corporate America.
Today, the MAOF is the nation's largest Hispanic-serving nonprofit organization - topping the annual Hispanic Business Top 25 Hispanic Nonprofits list, also featured in the May issue.