Hispanic Heritage Month, observed September 15th to October 15th, began as a way to promote the history, culture and contributions of Hispanic-Americans — specifically, those whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean, and Central and South America.
Read below to see what CMC team members had to say about the celebration. For more information about the month, click here.
Hispanic Heritage month means to me the acceptance of a mixed culture that makes America such a great country to live in. Above all I feel proud to work in a company that prides themselves in inclusion of so many different backgrounds and cultures. — Gerson Diaz, Staff Accountant



Hispanic Heritage month is a representation of the various nationalities that make up the Hispanic community, spanning from Puerto Ricans, to Dominicans, to Cuban to Guatemalans, etc. Two key points that bind us together as a community are the value of family and language. Being one of twelve children, I value my memories of being able to share family meals together. I am proud to work at CMC, and am pleased to see the everyday impact we have to these families. It is important to me to provide these services so that these families can continue to share meals and memories in their home. Additionally, I am proud that CMC fosters this bridge between different nationalities on a day-to-day basis. I am fortunate to be able to build relationships with our clients through a common language.
— Ruth Malave, Program Specialist
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