The Council for Latino Workplace Equity (CLWE) will be returning to Texas for its 3rd Annual Latino Leadership Conference to be held in San Antonio. The Latino Leadership Conference is a premier leadership development event. This annual gathering of entrepreneurs, executives, innovators, educators, policy makers and outstanding students is designed to foster change and opportunity within the Latino community.
The event will offer powerful and insightful sessions by nationally recognized speakers on current and emerging leadership and business topics. It will also provide invaluable networking opportunities for attendees from across the country.
The theme of the 2017 conference is Latinos in the US: Retos y Liderazgo and the main objective is to inspire our attendees to build and continue to strengthen their leadership skills.
|Previous keynote speakers included Tony Plana, Award-Winning Star of Ugly Betty and Director of Stage and Screen; and Eduardo Martinez, President of The UPS Foundation and Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer at UPS.|
During this event, we will also recognize the Top Latino Leaders. The Council for Latino Workplace Equity seeks to both promote workplace equity for Latinos and recognize those Latinos who have overcome barriers to rise to the top of their organizations. The Top Latino Leaders list highlights individuals who have achieved success in their career while paving the way for other Latinos to advance in the corporate arena. You can find the full criteria and nomination form at clwe.org. All nominations are due by Friday, March 3, 2017.
Please contact Laura Alvarado at [email protected] or 281.975.0627 for any information or sponsorship for this event. We will see you in San Antonio!
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