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Most Magical Year

2021 Annual Report

MESSAGE

from the CEO & Board Chair

About SHPE

MISSION

SHPE changes lives by empowering the Hispanic community to realize its fullest potential and to impact the world through STEM awareness, access, support, and development.

VISION

SHPE’s vision is a world where Hispanics are highly valued and influential as the leading  innovators, scientists, mathematicians and engineers.

VALUES

FAMILIA

Familia

We take responsibility for our collective strength and passion by developing communities, building a diverse and inclusive membership, and challenging each other to be our best.

SERVICE

Service

We act on a foundation of service. We commit to deliver the highest levels of quality, integrity, and ethical behavior. We act with empathy, patience, and understanding.

EDUCATION

Education

We value formal education and professional development. We are dedicated to continuous improvement and renewal. We learn from successes, setbacks, and each other.

RESILIENCE

Resilience

We embrace our diverse cultures and communities, which enable us to adapt, thrive, and persist with optimism.

Goals

SHPE NATIONAL STRATEGY

Organizational Structure of SHPE

National Board of Directors

National Board of Directors

MEET THE TEAM

National Staff

National Staff

MEET THE TEAM

Regional Leadership

Regional Leadership

MEET THE TEAM

2020-2021

Membership by the Numbers

Gender Breakdown
Membership Breakdown
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Total Members
0
Total Active Chapters
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Student Members
0
Student Chapters
0
Professional Members
0
Professional Chapters
0
Junior (K-12) Members
0
Junior (K-12) Chapters

By Region

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By Region
Region 1 – 13% Region 2 – 16% Region 3 – 4% Region 4 – 20% Region 5 – 18% Region 6 – 13% Region 7 – 17%

Region 1 – 13%

Total Members 1,639
Student Members 1,007
Professional Members 420
Junior Members 50
Total Chapters 29
Student Chapters 19
Professional Chapters 9
Junior Chapters 1

Region 2 – 16%

Total Members 2,033
Student Members 1,381
Professional Members 363
Junior Members 61
Total Chapters 39
Student Chapters 28
Professional Chapters 9
Junior Chapters 2

Region 3 – 4%

Total Members 507
Student Members 383
Professional Members 72
Junior Members 17
Total Chapters 20
Student Chapters 16
Professional Chapters 3
Junior Chapters 1

Region 4 – 20%

Total Members 2,513
Student Members 1,867
Professional Members 274
Junior Members 161
Total Chapters 67
Student Chapters 53
Professional Chapters 11
Junior Chapters 3

Region 5 – 18%

Total Members 2,355
Student Members 1,687
Professional Members 383
Junior Members 87
Total Chapters 46
Student Chapters 33
Professional Chapters 9
Junior Chapters 4

Region 6 – 13%

Total Members 1,667
Student Members 1,068
Professional Members 373
Junior Members 82
Total Chapters 55
Student Chapters 37
Professional Chapters 14
Junior Chapters 4

Region 7 – 17%

Total Members 2,152
Student Members 1,806
Professional Members 162
Junior Members 75
Total Chapters 30
Student Chapters 21
Professional Chapters 7
Junior Chapters 2

SHPE Chapter Awards

SHPE chapters throughout the nation are made up of leading Hispanics in STEM carrying out SHPE’s mission and vision. With thousands of volunteer hours, leadership in action, and countless servant leaders, the National Chapter Program recognizes the hard work of the volunteers and the level of excellence at which our chapters operate.

Through twice a year assessment, chapter leaders report their activity, impact, and lessons learned. Based on evaluations of those assessments, SHPE acknowledges chapter excellence through three awards.

2020-2021 National Chapter Awards

National awards are given to chapters for their excellent performance overall for the year. Awards are based on the Chapter Management Template (CMT) submission, chapter report evaluation, chapter’s self-nomination, and the strength of the chapter’s functions, activities, and events in all the relevant categories. A minimum of 90% (27 of 30 total points) of the points are required for award eligibility.

Region 1
San Francisco Bay Area Professional Chapter
Region 2
Arizona State University Student Chapter
Region 2
California State Polytechnic University, Pomona Student Chapter
Region 3
Colorado State University, Ft. Collins Student Chapter
Region 4
George Mason University Student Chapter
Region 5
Rice University Student Chapter
Region 5
Texas A&M University, College Station Student Chapter
Region 6
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign Student Chapter
Region 6
University of Michigan Student Chapter
772 Lifetime Members 
Familia for Life!

Equipando Padres

2021 PROGRAMS

Equipando Padres

2021 PROGRAMS

SHPE created this program to provide parents of first-generation-to-college and low SES Hispanic students the knowledge and tools to better support their children earning engineering degrees.

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InternSHPE

2021 PROGRAMS

InternSHPE

2021 PROGRAMS

InternSHPE connects SHPE with a corporate partner to build brand awareness for members through various events and specially tailored support.

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latinXfactor

2021 PROGRAMS

latinXfactor

2021 PROGRAMS

SHPE continued to meet the demand for relevant, topical virtual learning opportunities with 15 latinXfactor webinars offered last year

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MentorSHPE

2021 PROGRAMS

MentorSHPE

2021 PROGRAMS

MentorSHPE is one of our longest running and most impactful programs. Here, we coordinate one-to-one mentoring relationships that support personal and professional development.

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Noche de Ciencias

2021 PROGRAMS

Noche de Ciencias

2021 PROGRAMS

Noche de Ciencias is back and better than ever. This program aims to engage and inspire Hispanic youth (and their parents) to pursue STEM degrees and careers.

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ScholarSHPE

2021 PROGRAMS

ScholarSHPE

2021 PROGRAMS

A total of over $1,300,000 in scholarships was granted to over 200 recipients for the 2021-2022 academic year

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SHPE Passport to…

2021 PROGRAMS

SHPE Passport to…

2021 PROGRAMS

In partnership with an industry leader, we provide insights into career options for those who have earned or are working on an advanced degree.

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#SHPEReads: GRADS Edition

2021 PROGRAMS

#SHPEReads: GRADS Edition

2021 PROGRAMS

#SHPEReads is an inaugural program that came to be as a result of ongoing social distancing, irregular in-person academics, and continued feelings of isolation.

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National Convention

2021 EVENTS

National Convention

2021 EVENTS

We all had the most magical time in Orlando coming together in person to celebrate SHPE, our members, and our STAR Award winners.

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National Institute for Leadership Advancement

2021 EVENTS

National Institute for Leadership Advancement

2021 EVENTS

Leading leaders takes a special kind of chops. NILA helps foster these extraordinary members.

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Regional Leadership Development Conferences

2021 EVENTS

Regional Leadership Development Conferences

2021 EVENTS

Our Regional Conferences combined forces to offer 3 high-impact virtual events to our members across the country.

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Financials

Statement of Activities

Fiscal year ends June 30

REVENUE

EXPENSES

Statement of Financial Position

Fiscal year ends June 30

ASSETS

LIABILITIES & NET ASSETS

¡Mil Gracias!

2020-2021 INDUSTRY PARTNERSHIP COUNCIL

The Industry Partnership Council (IPC) is composed of national, top-level companies and government agencies that are committed to diversity and inclusion. IPC members align with the SHPE mission by supporting year-round programs, sharing industry perspective, providing resources and development tools, and meeting recruitment and retention strategy goals. Collaboration with the IPC greatly influences SHPE’s program design and execution to better prepare our members for their careers.

Welcome to the New IPC Members for 2021-2022

SHPE Philanthropy

TO OUR FAITHFUL SUPPORTERS, THANK YOU!

It is because of the unwavering support and generosity of individuals, corporations and organizations that SHPE can continue to advance its mission to empower the lives of Hispanic men and women to realize their full potential. We couldn’t do it without you!

Donations of $25 or above are reflected below.

Individual Donors

Alexander D. Campano

Alfredo Corral

Alicia Chombo

Altan Ozler

Amazon Smile Foundation

Anabel Evora

Angie Hardy

Anonymous

Ashley Savageau

Barbara Gonzalez

Barry Cordero

Benjamin Gabbard

Brandi Lemon

Cecile Pinto

Cecilia Carranza

Clarissa Ramirez

Daniel Arellano

Daniel F. Perez

Daniela Beck

Danielle Pierce

Dayna Martinez

Delilah Nunez

Dennis Rivera

Donald Butterworth

Edgar Rodriguez

Edwin Salguero

Eric Beahan

Eva Majercsik

Fabian Villalobos

Fidel & Jill Vargas

Francine Norwood

Francisco Martinez

Freddy Castillo

Gabriel Chavez

Gilbert Saenz

Guilherme Raimundo

Haxtel Estavillo

Heather Hernandez

Huntington Gazecki

Janiel Reyes

Jason Monusco

Javier Munoz

Jen Linck

John Martinez

Jorge Lucero

Jorge Martinez-Navarrete

Jose L. Estrada

Joshua Pascoe

Juan Carlos Lopez

Judy Suliman

Julio Lopez

Kathleen Ermitage

Kristen Harris

Larry Roeth

Laura Campo

LaWanda Kamalidiin

Linda Stewart Krispin

Luz Z Navarrete

Manuel Lopez

Marcy & Chris Paul

Marie Peterson

Matthew Coyne

Melissa Montoya

Mia Lama

Michael Pierce

Monique Herrera

Natalie Brown

Ngoc Hallmark

Nicolas Tempestini

Oscar Loera

Oscar Soto

Pedro Gelabert

Ernesto Morales-Perea

Reyes Massie Puentes

Rhonda McNeil

Rivera Maria Negron

Roberto Seldner

Rodolfo Jr Medina

Sara Benhamron

Sara Warren

Sarah Jerez

Steve Bermudez

Stuart Claxton

Traunza Adams

Michael Wangen

Warner A. Fite

Yuritzi Vargas

Corporate Annual Fund Donors

Abbvie

Accenture

Booz Allen Hamilton

America’s Charities

BAE Systems, Inc.

Benchling

The Boeing Company

Giving Prog

Dow

Exelon

Foothills Bridge Company

Gigamon

Google

Health Cha Community

Healthier C Creating

Hispanic Business & Technology Council

IBM

Intel

Jama Software

Microsoft

Iron Mountain, Inc.

Murraysmith Inc.

Pacific Gas & Electric Company

Principal Development Group Consulting

Raytheon Tech Hispanic

Synapse Product Development

Texas Instruments, Inc

Twilio

UKOGF

WSP Foundation

Corporate Annual Fund Matching Gifts

Accenture

Abbott Laboratories – EGC

Arconic

The Boeing Company

Elasticsearch

Exelon

Gigamon

Google

IBM

Intel

Microsoft

Raytheon Technologies

Relativity

Synopsys Inc. & The Synopsys Foundation

The Aerospace Corporation

UHG