17 years of

BRINGING LEADERS TOGETHER

Establishing Relationships, Building Unity, and Sharing Our Personal Stories

NEXT EVENT

con Lina Hidalgo and Julián Castro

Wednesday, May 5, 2021 at 2:00pm ET

UPCOMING

The 35th Tribute to Mayors reception will take place during the U.S. Conference of Mayors (USCM) summer meeting in Austin, Texas on Wednesday, September 1, 2021. This ‘must attend’ event will convene by invitation only to provide a great networking experience for all guests. Mayors, area elected officials, policy-makers, corporate executives, community leaders, industry experts, and political insiders are invited. The Antonio Villaraigosa Leadership Award is presented to a mayor from a city with a significant Latino population who has exhibited an outstanding commitment to bringing diverse communities together.

TRIBUTE TO MAYORS

Wednesday, September 1, 2021

Austin, TX

The Latino Leaders Luncheon Series will be convened by invitation-only to provide a platform for prominent Latino leaders to share their personal story of obstacles overcome to achieve success. The event provides a networking opportunity for elected officials, policy makers, corporate executives, opinion leaders, community activists, industry experts, and political insiders. The program includes the presentation of the Eagle Leadership Award to a national leader who has made a significant impact on the lives of Latinos living in the U.S.

LATINO LEADERS LUNCHEON SERIES

San Diego, CA

Thursday, September 17, 2021

The Latino Leaders Luncheon Series will be convened by invitation-only to provide a platform for prominent Latino leaders to share their personal story of obstacles overcome to achieve success. The event provides a networking opportunity for elected officials, policy makers, corporate executives, opinion leaders, community activists, industry experts, and political insiders. The program includes the presentation of the Eagle Leadership Award to a national leader who has made a significant impact on the lives of Latinos living in the U.S.

LATINO LEADERS LUNCHEON SERIES

Los Angeles, CA

Thursday, November 18, 2021

Help your high school & college students learn how vision, persistence, and leadership can be turned into purpose by exploring the powerful stories of contemporary Latino leaders that are left out of history books. In partnership with the California Global Education Project at CSU Long Beach, the Latino Leaders Network will host a free teacher's workshop. Free curriculum is appropriate for U.S. History, Ethnic Studies, World History, English, Science, and many other disciplines where Latinos have made their contributions.

If you're interested in attending, please contact Jayna@latinoleadersnetwork.org.

LATINO LEADERS SPEAK CURRICULUM WORKSHOP

Saturday, November 20, 2021

LA Plaza  de Cultura y Artes

Los Angeles, CA

MATERIALS FOR LEARNING

The Latino Leaders Network partnered with the California Global Education Project to develop learning activities that will engage students to learn about, relate to, connect with, and act upon the powerful stories of Latino leaders in contemporary society.

LATINO LEADERS SPEAK

Latino Leaders Speak: Personal Stories of Struggle and Triumph is a compilation of 33 inspiring short stories given by Latino leaders who come from all walks of life and who made and continue to make a difference in the reshaping of the American Dream. You will read about personal stories of resilience, compassion, courage, and the importance of education. 

Get Involved

Every Latino student in America has a story. Share your own personal story of obstacles overcome to achieve success to join our network of #LatinoLeadersSpeak. Our stories are powerful and need to be told. 

Share your 300-350 word story, and tell us how your experience has shaped you into the leader you are today.

TESTIMONIALS

"Thank you for your prodigious efforts to make the San Antonio event such a success.  You put a lot of heart and soul into the effort and the spirit of unity and pride you created was palpable.  I have heard many positive comments from people who were present that it was an inspirational and memorable moment.  You have done something truly special."

Hon. Henry Cisneros

October 18, 2017, Former United States Secretary of Housing and Urban Development

“I was absolutely overwhelmed today, seeing so many Hispanics who are not only successful, but looking to lift each other up.”

Eric SanInocencio

September 21, 2018, CEO of Senior Director of Digital Media, Houston Texans

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