Zavala shall be introduced at a reception, ‘Health Care Reform: Communicating Policy with Hispanic Media,on Monday ‘, 23 November, 2009, 6:00-8:00pm, at the Marriott Marquis in Occasions Square, 16th ground Sky lobby. In attendance, and partnering with AHHE and the NHCCH upon this initiative, would be the leading nationwide Hispanic health association presidents, including George A. Zeppenfeldt-Cestero, President, Association of Hispanic Health care Executives; Suzanne Colin, PhD, President, the Association of Hispanic Mental Health Professionals; Miguel Hernandez, MD, President, the Dominican Medical Association; Norma Martinez Rogers, PhD, RN, FAAN, President, National Association of Hispanic Nurses; Samuel Arce, MD, President, Spanish American Medical Oral Culture of NY, Inc., and Luis A.A middle-class way of living requires more schooling, meaning young adults are spending additional time pursuing education. Furthermore, many young adults now view marriage as a ‘capstone’ instead of a ‘cornerstone’ in their lives, and therefore they are waiting around until they have everything else set up – – including employment – – before tying the knot. ‘The ones who aren’t marrying are the ones who don’t possess the job prospects, don’t possess the economic balance,’ Stephanie Coontz, a co-chair of the non-profit Council on Contemporary Households who was not involved in the report, today told USA. But, twenty-somethings aren’t waiting to have children, according to the report.