When Anne Alonzo was growing up in Chicago’s Latino communities of Pilsen, Little Village and Marquette Park, she remembers thinking she would grow up to be perhaps a secretary or court reporter. Little did she know at the time that she would end up in many prominent leadership roles, in government as well as in the corporate world. Alonzo is currently vice president of global public policy affairs at Kraft Foods. The successful Mexican-American executive is also the first woman to become chair of the World Cocoa Foundation (WCF). Read more