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CALAF COMMUNICATIONS, a full service community relations and marketing communications service, works with a range of business and non-profit organizations.


It consists of well-sounded Latino professionals who bring skills, experience, expertise, talent and passion to their work. They have build as a team over fifty years of experience particularly in the Latino market development in the Northeast coast of United States including the New England market.

The Team consists of marketing consultants, community benefit brokers, organizational development and training consultants, event planners, and media producers and on camera talent.

Dolores C. Calaf, Principal Consultant of CALAF COMMUNICATIONS, is considered a leading community relations, writer, and communications expert, bringing over 30 years of professional experience in this region, particularly in the areas of community development, arts education, cross-cultural communication and marketing, strategic building alliances, diversity management and training and higher education expertise. She is the former Executive Editor of Que Pasa, the Window to Art, Culture and Entertainment for the Hispanic/Latino New England market, under the auspice of Univision of New England.

Born and raised in Puerto Rico, Dolores has a Master Degree in Mass Commuications from Emerson College, and post-graduate student in Educational Leadership at Cambridge College in the doctoral program.

Among her diverse professional experience, Dolores has five years of senior administration in higher education at Cambridge College, five years in museum management at the Museum of Children and the Museum of Science in Boston and Community Affairs Director at Univision of New England.

Dolores has received several awards recognizing her as "The Woman of the Year" in 1980 by the American Business Women Association of New England, "International Woman Award" in 1992 by the Club Latinoamericano in Lawrence, MA, Big Sister of the Massachusetts, 2003 and Hispanic Week 2009 Parade Marshall among others.