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Updated: Mar 8, 2023

Cary, NC, Feb 21, 2023 – The North Carolina Society of Hispanic Professionals is pleased to announce the hiring of Mrs. Carolina Diaz as their new Director. Mrs. Diaz is originally from Venezuela and brings to the Society a valuable trajectory as an Associate Director of the Meredith College MBA Program and Client Relations & Operations Manager at Arenas Immigration Law. Carolina holds a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Marketing, bringing 18+ years of experience in client relations, recruitment, sales, higher education, and management. She is experienced in planning and hosting conferences, workshops, and seminars for students and professionals.

Carolina has served as a Guardian Ad Litem for Wake County's Family Court since 2010. In 2019- 2020, Carolina served as treasurer on the board of the Southeastern U.S. regional chapter of NAGAP (SEAGAP), dedicated to professional development in graduate enrollment. In 2018 and 2019, she was part of the planning committee and task force for the Women's Leadership Conference hosted by the Raleigh Chamber of Commerce. She defines herself as a culturally competent leader who loves helping individuals make discoveries about themselves and applying them to their goals. She strongly believes in the power of collaboration.

Mrs. Diaz has been on post since January 16, 2023, and has already become an integral part of the team. “Carolina’s skills and experience will be a valuable asset to the Society as we develop our strategic plan for the next 3-5 years. We are looking forward to taking advantage of Carolina’s wisdom” said NC Society of Hispanic Professionals President, Rocio Anderson.

Since 1999, the NCSHP has provided educational programs such as scholarships, mentors and tutors, educational conferences, and other outreach opportunities to encourage Hispanic youth to stay in school and guide them on a pathway to higher education. The NCSHP is a statewide 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to promote education among Hispanic youth. Visit for more information.


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