The National Network of Hispanic Women was a non-profit corporation founded in 1980 dedicated to the identification and advancement
of Hispanic women for positions of leadership in the public and private sectors. This organization was founded by Sylvia Castillo,
the chair of NNHW and editor of
Intercambios Femeniles, a publication branch under the organization. Included in this collection are 97 Boxes containing organizational records,
correspondence files, photographs, publications, and ephemera.
The National Network of Hispanic Women (NNHW), was a national resource center that linked professional women with one another
providing role models for young Hispanics.
42.92 linear feet
(93 document boxes, 1 half-size document box, 1 photograph album, 1 flat-oversized box, and 1 shoebox)
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