The Hispanic Community Roadmap for Breakthrough

In 2018, Hispanic organizations, community leaders and allies, came together with some of America’s leading companies for the first-ever Hispanic Leadership Summit. We met to discuss WHY it is important to work together and begin to create a unified agenda that advances the Hispanic community.

In 2019, we took a hard look at WHAT are the key structural barriers that continue to hold back the progress of Hispanics across the country. Over the next year, we leveraged that knowledge to create Hispanic Sustainable Development Goals that address the key issues: Education, Meaningful Work, Health and Wellness, and Gender Equity.

This year, with even greater insights coming out of the 2020 Census, the Hispanic Leadership Summit is once again bringing together the public, private and non-profit sectors to solidify HOW we are converting our insights into tangible solutions.

Together, we will thoughtfully tackle these issues:

  1. What are the key actions or solutions that will definitively move the needle?
  2. What solutions are working? What can be scaled? Are there ones that should stop?
  3. What roles do we all play in driving Hispanic progress?

At the end of the Summit, we intend to be unified around an agenda and even more have a solid roadmap that we can follow together. It is through collective action that we can drive change.

WATCH AGAIN OUR HISPANIC LEADERSHIP SUMMIT

A Shining Hispanic Star Ivan Pudge Rodríguez

A Unified Agenda For Progress

Advancing Hispanics In NYC And Beyond

Elevating Latinas As Executives And Entrepreneurs

Elevating Latino Voices Across Platforms

Equitable Education As A Driver Of Workforce Development

Highlighting Hispanic Stars And Technology Inclusion

Hispanic Sentiment Labeling The Community

Hispanic Star Children’s Book Series

Hispanic Sustainable Development Goals Dashboard

Inclusive Hispanic Values Prominent From Infancy

Income Equality Closing The Wage Gap

Powering Progress

Special Guest Melissa Fleming

Unlocking Opportunities For Hispanics In The Workplace

RESOURCES

COMMITTEE & CHAIRS

Juan Andrade

President | USHLI

Henry Cisneros

Chairman & Co-CIO | American Triple I Partner

Wendy Garcia

Chief Diversity Officer | New York City Comptroller's Office

tony_marx_new_york_public_library_

Tony Marx

President | New York Public Library

Claudia Romo Edelman

Founder | We Are All Human

jeffrey_sachs_un_sustainable_development_solutions_network

Jeffrey Sachs

President | UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network & Director | Center for Sustainable Development at Columbia University

elisa_villanueva_beard_teach_for_america

Elisa Villanueva Beard

CEO | Teach For America

jimmy_wales_wikipedia

Jimmy Wales

Co-Founder | Wikipedia

delia_gutierrez_mclaughlin_amazon_web_services

Delia Gutierrez McLaughlin

Principal Engagement Lead | Amazon Web Services (AWS)

marty_martinez_social_revolt_agency

Marty Martinez

Founder & CEO | Social Revolt Agency

luis_miguel_messianu_alma

Luis Miguel Messianu

Founder, Creative Chairman & CEO | ALMA

patricia_mota_hispanic_alliance_for_career_enhancement

Patricia Mota

President & CEO | Hispanic Alliance for Career Enhancement

marco_davis_congressional_hispanic_caucus_institute

Marco A. Davis

President & CEO | Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI)

gary_acosta_national_association_of_hispanic_real_estate_professionals

Gary Acosta

Co-Founder & CEO | National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals (NAHREP®)

arabel_alva_aar_and_assocs_ltd

Arabel Alva Rosales

President & CEO | AAR & Assocs. LTD.

andre_arbelaez_hispanic_c_suite_corporate_council

Andre Arbelaez

President | Hispanic C-Suite Corporate Council

victor_arias_diversified_search_group

Victor Arias, Jr.

Managing Director | Diversified Search Group

sindy_benavides_lulac

Sindy Benavides

CEO | LULAC

edgar_carreon_dree

Edgar Carreon

Founder | DREE

jorge_ferraez_latino_leaders_magazine

Jorge Ferreaz

Publisher | Latino Leaders Magazine

Gaby Natale

President | AGANAR Media

jorge_plasencia_republica_havas

Jorge Plasencia

Co-Founder, Chairman & CEO | Republica Havas

damian_rivera_alpfa

Damian Rivera

CEO | ALPFA

dr_robert_rodriguez_ddr_advisors_llc

Robert Rodriguez, PhD

President | DRR Advisors LLC

nancy_santiago

Nancy Santiago

oscar_suris_zeno_group

Oscar Suris

Executive Managing Director | Zeno Group

ana_valdez_the_latino_donor_collaborative

Ana Valdez

Executive President | The Latino Donor Collaborative

cid-wilson_hispanic_association_for_corporate_responsibility

Cid Wilson

President & CEO | Hispanic Association for Corporate Responsibility

EVENT SCHEDULE

Please consider that last minute changes in the program might occur.

Tuesday, December 7th, 2021

Format: In-person w/ livestream
Location: Sony Hall (235 W 46 Street, NY, NY)
Virtual Location: Socio Platform
Time: 10:00AM – 6:00PM EST

77% of Hispanics do not know about our contribution

Though slowly emerging from the shadows, the power and contributions of the Hispanic community continues to be one of the best kept secrets, even from members of the community itself! To combat this lack of awareness, the programming will begin with a comprehensive overview of the key facts and figures about the Hispanic community. This will include insights from key research organizations on the US Hispanic community: socioeconomic, demographic, behavior, sentiment and representation

10:00 – 10:05 am National Anthem Performance
Mauricio Martinez, Actor & Singer, Broadway

10:05 – 10:15 am Welcome Remarks
Dr. Juan Andrade, President, United States Hispanic Leadership Institute

10:15 – 10:30 am Hispanic Leadership Program Introduction
Claudia Romo Edelman, Founder, We Are All Human

A-Z of Hispanic Data, Insights and Trends

10:30 – 10:40 AM Hispanic Experience in the Workplace
A presentation of the latest insights from the HACR Corporate Inclusion Index
Cid Wilson, President & CEO, Hispanic Association of Corporate Responsibility (HACR)

10:40 – 10:50 AM 2020 Census Recap: The Latino Community
Sebastian Villamizar- Santamaria, Director of Research, Center for Latin American, Caribbean and Latino Studies—CUNY Graduate Center

10:50 – 11:00 am State of Latino Entrepreneurship Research Report
Dr. Marlene Orozco, Lead Research Analyst, Stanford Graduate School of Business

11:00 – 11:10 AM The State of Trust with Hispanics
Join us for an exclusive presentation of the 2021 Edelman Trust Barometer, exploring the state of trust within the Hispanic community.
Richard Edelman, CEO, Edelman

11:10 – 11:20 AM 2021 LDC U.S. Latino GDP Report
Ana Valdez, Executive Director, The Latino Donor Collaborative

11:20 – 11:30 AM Keynote: Perception, Representation and the Strength of Unity
Marco Davis, President & CEO, Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI)

11:30 – 11:40 AM The Importance of Culture & Language
Stacie de Armas, SVP, Diverse Consumer Insights & Initiatives, DE&I Practice, Nielsen

11:30 – 11:40 PM The Truth About Connecting with U.S. Latinos
Stacie de Armas, SVP, Diverse Consumer Insights & Initiatives, DE&I Practice, Nielsen

11:40 – 12:10 PM Removing Red Links – Highlighting Hispanic Stars and Technology Inclusion
Hispanics deserve to be seen, heard and valued and technology should be a platform to reach that goal. During this session we will explore two things:
1) Within Wikipedia, there are ‘red links’, topics or people that should have pages but don’t. Unfortunately, the number of them for Latino individuals, key moments, or contributions are high. How can we ensure these are created and the Hispanic Stars, innovations and contributions are highlighted and celebrated? And join us in the Wiki-a-thon in 2022 to take action directly in Wikipedia. 2) Let’s ensure Hispanics are involved in the future big steps on any technological revolution. We’ll get to know the future outlook of technology. What are the upcoming trends? and how can the latino community benefit from them?

Jimmy Wales, Founder, Wikipedia/WT Social

Carolyn Rodz, CEO, Hello Alice

12:10 – 12:30 PM Hispanic Perception Mapping & Factivism Workshop
How can we ensure that everyone within and outside our community knows these numbers? What are actions that can be taken to increase the awareness and understanding of our community?
Claudia Romo Edelman, Founder, We Are All Human

Dr. Juan Andrade, President, United States Hispanic Leadership Institute
Jorge Plasencia, Co-Founder, Chairman & CEO, Republica Havas

12:30 PM Dismiss to luncheon

12:30 – 12:35 pm Luncheon Blessing
Sister Norma Pimentel

12:45 – 1:00 pm Keynote: Alejandro Valenzuela, CEO, Banco Azteca

90% of Hispanics identify as Hispanics but do not act as a community

Through this insight, we can see just how close we are to effective, unified collaborative efforts. With this in mind, the afternoon session will focus on digging deeper into the major systemic barriers faced by the Hispanic community, to truly understand HOW we can move the needle. How can we see real change for the community in these specific areas? What are some solutions that have been effective so far? What initiatives or ideas should we scale, start or stop?.

2:00 – 2:15 PM [Video] Hispanic Sustainable Development Goals Dashboard
A presentation of the newly created digital dashboard of the Hispanic Sustainable Development Goals. What is the current state of the US Latino community when viewed through the data lens of the goals, targets and indicators of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
Featuring Special Guest: Melissa Fleming, Under-Secretary-General for Global Communications, United Nations
John A. Quelch, Dean, University of Miami Herbert Business School
Jeffrey Sachs, University Professor and Director, Center for Sustainable Development, Colombia School of International & Public Affairs
Claudia Romo Edelman, Founder, We Are All Human

2:15 -2:20 pm Welcome Back – Afternoon Session
Claudia Romo Edelman, Founder, We Are All Human

2:20 – 2:30 pm Advancing Hispanics in NYC and Beyond
Wendy Garcia, Chief Diversity Officer, New York City

2:30 – 2:50 pm Fireside Chat: Support Throughout the Career Roadmap
Join us for a unique conversation with Tracy Skeans, Chief Operating Officer & Chief People Officer of Yum! Brands Inc. and franchisee owners Gene & Yolanda as they discuss the diverse avenues to success and the reality that opportunity is everywhere. From a variety of pathways leading to owning a franchise, to partnerships with universities, to global franchise leadership development, opportunities for decent work and career growth are possible at all levels, with Yum! Brands as a clear example. Learn from the expertise of leaders from this global business and explore how these roadmaps can be replicated across corporate America to support decent work and economic growth for Latinos.
Tracy Skeans, Chief Operating Officer & Chief People Officer, Yum! Brands Inc.
Gene Camarena, President, La Raza Pizza Inc.
Yolanda Camarena, Board Member, La Raza Pizza Inc.

2:50 – 3:20 pm Goal 8: Decent Work & Economic Growth
Based on the key issues within Goal 8, this will be a discussion with subject matter experts and innovators to explore HOW can we effectively address and solve these issues? What initiatives or ideas should we scale, start or stop?
John A. Quelch, Dean, University of Miami Herbert Business School
Cesar Pinzon, Vice President; Sales & Service Operations at American Family Insurance, American Family Insurance
Agostina Pechi, Managing Director, Goldman, Sachs & Co.
Mark Madrid, Associate Administrator, U.S. Small Business Administration.
Mike Perera, General Manager, IBM Technology Support Services
Moderator: Judit Arenas, Senior Director & Senior Adviser to the Founder & Chairman, APCO Worldwide

3:20 – 3:40 pm The Role of Technology and Philanthropy to Advance Education for Hispanics
Both investment into the community and advances in technology have unique opportunities for impact that will move the needle for the Hispanic community. How can we increase philanthropic investment into the community? And what is the role that technology can play in this agenda for progress? How can technology and philanthropy increase the pie for all?
Josue Estrada, Chief Operating Officer, Chan Zuckerberg Initiative
Ray Martinez, Co-Founder & President, EVERFi
Alvaro Celis, Board Member, HITEC
Moderator: Arabel Alva Rosales, President & CEO, AAR Tech

3:40 – 4:15 pm Goal 4: Quality Education
Based on the key issues within Goal 4, this will be a discussion with subject matter experts and innovators to explore HOW can we effectively address and solve these issues? What initiatives or ideas should we scale, start or stop?
Victor De La Paz, Chief Financial & Administrative Officer, Per Scholas
Joanie Gines, Vice President, World Wide Sales, Z Application & Platform Software, IBM
Nancy Sanchez, Executive Director, Kaplan Educational Foundation
Caryl Stern, Executive Director, Walton Family Foundation
Chymeka Olfonse, Regional Executive Director, BUILD NYC
Moderator: Damian Rivera, Chief Executive Officer, ALPFA

4:15 – 4:45 pm Goal 3: Good Health & Well-Being
Based on the key issues within Goal 3, this will be a discussion with subject matter experts and innovators to explore HOW can we effectively address and solve these issues? What initiatives or ideas should we scale, start or stop?
Dr. Mauricio Gonzalez, MD
Lisa Pino, Director, Office of Civil Rights, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)
Rob Bisceglie, Chief Executive Officer, Action for Healthy Kids
Dr. Kathleen Gallo, PHD, MBA, RN, FAAN, Executive Vice President and Chief Learning Officer, Northwell Health and Founding Dean, Hofstra Northwell School of Nursing and Physician Assistant Studies, Northwell Health and Hofstra University
Moderator: Fernando Gonzalez Salinas, Global Head of HR R&D, Robotics, Digital Solutions and External Innovation – MedTech, Johnson & Johnson Inc.

4:45-5:05 pm Closing the Representation Gap
Hispanics underindex in representation in senior positions, but also on corporate boards, in media, politics, and more! How can we close this gap across sectors and industries? Are there ways that we can learn from other industries to leapfrog efforts?
Catalina Vargas, Chief of Staff to the CEO, Bristol Myers Squibb
Esther Aguilera, CEO, LCDA
Cristina Antelo, CEO, Ferox Strategies
Moderator: Maria Isabel Cuba Santiago, Director Community Partnerships, Airbnb

5:05 – 5:10 pm Latina Empowerment in the Workplace
As the gap within the gap, Latinas represent incredibly untapped potential that are not given the chances and support systems they deserve. How can companies better support Latinas? How can Latinas harness their power to overcome the skyscraping barrier they face?
Yvette Pena, Vice President, Hispanic/ Latino Audience Strategy – Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, AARP

5:10 – 5:40 pm Goal 5: Gender Equality
Based on the key issues within Goal 5, this will be a discussion with subject matter experts and innovators to explore HOW can we effectively address and solve these issues? What initiatives or ideas should we scale, start or stop?
Allison Tummon Kamphuis, Vice President – Equality & Inclusion and Community Impact, Procter & Gamble
Beatriz Acevedo, CEO & Co-founder, SUMA Wealth
Sindy M. Benavides, CEO, LULAC
Ana Flores, Founder & CEO, #WeAllGrow Latina Network
Moderator: Nathalia Ortiz, Director, Natush Media

5:40- 5:55 pm Rapporteur Recap
Rapporteurs will recap the key actions identified for effective change from the conversations throughout the day. These key ‘HOWs’ will constitute the roadmap action plan for 2022 to advance the Hispanic community. The program will end with a symbolic moment of unified action from leadership in attendance.

5:55 – 6:00 pm Closing Remarks
Antonio Tijerino, CEO, Hispanic Heritage Foundation

6:00 – 8:00 pm Hispanic Leadership Summit Reception

Continuing at Sony Hall

Wednesday December 8th, 2021

Morning Session Format: In-person w/ livestream
Location: Sony Hall /235 W 46 Street, NY, NY)
Virtual Location: Socio Platform
Time: 10:00 – 1:00 pm EST

Afternoon Session Format: Virtual
Location: Socio Platform
Time: 3:00 – 6:00 pm EST

Mobilizing Corporate America – 76% of Hispanics feel they cannot be themselves in the workplace.

The final in-person session will delve into the third insight around HOW to support the community as employees, consumers, and community. How can we increase the confidence of the Hispanic community and ensure that corporate America does their part? These conversations will touch upon the importance and necessity of perception change, increased representation, and collaboration through a variety of perspectives within corporate America.

10:00 – 10:10 am Honoring Hispanic Star Hub Leaders

10:10 – 10:30 am Spotlight on Today’s Latinas: Champions of Change
At the crossroads of the reopening of the country and a pandemic that hit Latinas disproportionately hard, Claudia Romo Edelman sits down with Monica Gil, EVP Chief Administrative and Marketing Officer, NBCUniversal Telemundo to discuss how US Latinas– 31 million strong — are driving the country forward at this critical juncture. Together they’ll unpack findings of Telemundo’s recently released Latina Pulse survey, giving critical insight into how Latinas are feeling right now –including the way Latina’s are resilient, creating employment opportunities, striving for representation, and driving progress forward – and how corporate stakeholders can mobilize alongside Latinas in a shared path for progress.
Monica Gil, EVP, Chief Administrative and Marketing Officer, NBCUniversal Telemundo Enterprises
Claudia Romo Edelman, Founder, We Are All Human

10:30 – 11:00 am Reaching & Representing the Hispanic Consumer
The Hispanic consumer is slowly gaining well-deserved recognition for the impact and growth that they represent, across sector and industry – including sports! This conversation will explore how to effectively reach and accurately represent this growing consumer base as a win-win-win for all? HOW do we increase investment in marketing for Hispanics?
Marissa Solis, SVP – Global Brand and Consumer Marketing, National Football League
Pedro Lerma, Principal & Founder, LERMA
Ariana Stolarz, Accenture 
David Newman, Executive Vice President, Chief Marketing, Content & Communications Officer, New York Mets
Moderator: Jorge Ferraez, Publisher & President, Latino Leaders Magazine

11:00 – 11:25 am Hispanic Representation in Media
Join a special conversation with key Latino media voices to explore and better understand the experiences of these respected leaders in mainstream media. How can we continue to elevate Hispanics in the mainstream? Tune in to find out.
Maria Elena Salinas, Independent Journalist
Tom Llamas, Anchor & Senior National Correspondent, NBC News
Emma Carrasco, SVP of Corporate Affairs, NBCUniversal News Group
Moderator: Jorge Plasencia, Co-Founder, Chairman & CEO, Republica Havas

11:25am – 11:50 am ERG Impact: Enormous Representatives of Growth
Within companies, the Hispanic employee base has the ability to share unique perspectives for internal mechanisms of support and development, external understanding of Hispanic consumers and activating meaningful participation within the local community. These insights are integral for companies to better understand their employees as well as for business strategy. This conversation amongst active ERG leaders will explore HOW to make ERG’s strategic players for corporate America.
Pamela Mendoza, Program Manager, Workforce Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, Port Authority of New York/New Jersey
Illianna Acosta, Channel Sales Manager, Ad Tech Partners, LinkedIn; Global Co-Chair, Hispanics of LinkedIn Alliance (HOLA) Employee Resource Group
Rocio Serey, Global Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Engagement PartnerDow Jones & Company, Publisher of The Wall Street Journal

Jennifer Lopez Reed, Sr. Director Global Recruiting and Talent Acquisition, Eli Lilly
Moderator: Robert Rodriguez,PhD, President, DRR Advisors LLC

11:50 am – 12:10 pm The Key Role of Allies
Hispanic progress is progress for America and we have to start acting accordingly. As we always say, we don’t win until we all win but we have to start planning strategically. In this panel we will discuss the role of allies in developing platforms to properly address the obstacles that the Hispanic community face as well as learning from the best practices of other communities and models.
Kenneth Correa, Managing Director, Merrill Lynch
Monica Trasandes, Director of Spanish Language & Latinx Media and Representation, GLAAD
Prisca Bae, VP and Head of Partnerships, The Asian American Foundation (TAAF)
Moderator: Beth Brady, Chief Marketing Officer, Chief Outsiders

12:10 – 12:45 pm Hispanic Promise Workshop
A working session that will gather all ideas, agreements and commitments achieved during the in-person program.
Nadejda Casperson, Director, Employer Engagement, University of Chicago
Cristina Rodriguez, Deputy Director, Career Advancement, University of Chicago

12:45 – 1:00 pm Closing in-person session

Including all Latinos

As we validate the Hispanic community roadmap for 2022, we must ensure that the entire community, across the spectrum of age, gender, country of origin and more, are considered. These conversations will explore the intersectionality and variety of obstacles and contemplations faced by different cross sections of the community, to ensure all are effectively addressed and incorporated into the roadmap. The name of the game is inclusion

3:00 – 3:05 pm Welcome Back
Claudia Romo Edelman, Founder, We Are All Human

3:05 – 3:10 pm Keynote: A Unified Agenda for Progress
Secretary Henry Cisneros, Co-Founder & Chairman, American Triple I Partners and Siebert Williams Shank LLC

3:10 – 3:20 pm Inclusive Hispanic Values: Prominent from Infancy
The Institute of Learning & Brain Sciences found that babies already have the building blocks of generous social behavior, particularly from Hispanic/Latino children. How did these altruistic characteristics manifest in this research project? What can we learn from these insights? Tune in to find out.
Professor Andrew Meltzoff, Job and Gertrud Tamaki Endowed Chair; Co-Director, Institute for Learning & Brain Sciences (I-LABS); Professor of Psychology, University of Washington
Rodolfo Cortes Barragan, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Washington

3:20 – 3:25 pm Announcement of Hispanic Star Children’s Book Series
Jon Yaged, President, Macmillan Publishers
Mariel Dawson, Vice President Marketing, Macmillan Publishers

3:25 – 3:45 pm Elevating Latino Voices Across Platforms
A conversation with key leaders across content platforms and industries to share HOW to elevate Hispanic voices effectively, as well as highlight relevant plans or examples to shine a light on Hispanic Stars past and present.
Tony Marx, President, The New York Public Library
Antonio Lucio, Principal & Founder 5S, Executive Fellow at Yale School of Management, 5S Diversity
Gillian Tett, Chair of Editorial Board and Editor-at-large, US, Financial Times
Moderator: Claudia Romo Edelman, Founder, We Are All Human

3:45 – 3:55 PM [Video] Hispanic Sentiment: Labeling the Community
Lili Gil Valletta, CEO & Co-Founder, CIEN+

3:55 – 4:25 pm Powering Progress
While diving into a deeper understanding of the Hispanic community, it was clear that a core insight around a passion point for Latinos is the concept of ‘progress’. The desire to progress is fundamental to the Hispanic community. This learning became the cornerstone of strategic development to better engage with, support, elevate and reach the Hispanic community for Procter & Gamble, Alma and Hispanic Star, looking to be a force for good and a force for growth. Join us for a behind the scenes understanding of these insights and both the idea and creative process that brought to life a comprehensive purpose-driven campaign to the forefront of community engagement for this global powerhouse.
Luis Miguel Messianu, Founder, Creative Chairman, CEO, Alma
Sarah Murphy, Senior Director P&G Ventures, Procter & Gamble
Marc Villegas, Senior Brand Director, Brand Building Integrated Communication, Procter & Gamble Co.
Jeronimo Escudero, Senior Brand Director NA Oral Care, Procter and Gamble

4:25 – 4:35 PM Keynote: Iván ‘Pudge’ Rodríguez, Baseball Hall of Famer, Pudge 7 Winner LLC

4:35 – 4:55 PM Elevating Latinas as Executives and as Entrepreneurs
Entrepreneurs, hard workers, value-driven and family-oriented, Latinas are the key for success of the Hispanic community, and the country at large. Latinas create small businesses 6 times faster than any other group in America. Yet, Latinas are one of the lowest paid groups in the country, largely underrepresented and misrepresented in media, and relatively absent from key industries, like tech. How do we elevate Latinas and help them flourish? What can companies do to better support Latinas in career development and entrepreneurial ventures? What is the role allies play? This session will be discussing best practices for supporting the advancement of Latinas in the workplace and beyond.
Shelley Zalis, CEO, The Female Quotient
Joanna Peña-Bickley, Head of Research & Design, Alexa Devices, Amazon

4:55 – 5:25 pm Income Equality: Closing the Wage Gap [FT]
Women experience a gap in representation at the leadership level, a gap that is taken one step deeper when it comes to Latinas. Latinas face something known as a double pay gap, rooted in both gender and ethnicity. For every dollar that a non-Hispanic white man makes, a Latina earns just 57 cents. However, this gap is even wider if considering Latinas not accounted for in the survey measurement. Join this conversation as we discuss how to increase support and leadership representation of the gap within the gap. This discussion will examine the systemic barriers that continue to hold Latina women back and outline tactical ways to close the wage gap.
Maria Rios, President & CEO, Nation Waste, Inc.
Olga Camargo, CEO and Founder, FARO Associates LLC
Ana Ceppi, Senior Advisor, Hispanic, Edelman
Carol Silva Moralez, Founding President & CEO, Upskill NWA
Moderator: Jenn Ablan, US Assistant Managing Editor, Financial Times

5:25 – 5:30 pm Hispanic Star Hub Documentary Trailer

5:30 – 5:40 Keynote: David Gibbs, CEO, Yum! Brands

5:40 – 5:45 pm Closing Remarks
Claudia Romo Edelman, Founder, We Are All Human

COVID PROTOCOL & VENUE UPDATE

More Information

See a list of testing sites in NYC here, many of which are free. We will also have a small team on site to administer rapid tests for those unable to in advance. These tests will cost $80. We recommend arriving early if you will need one due to capacity and wait time.
Please bring your test results with you to the event so we can check everyone in as quickly as possible the day of the event

Due to updated COVID restrictions, the in-person location of the Hispanic Leadership summit has changed. The new location is Sony Hall (235 W 46th Street, NY, NY) 

We are looking forward to the chance to be together and have taken all measures from our side to ensure that you feel safe and comfortable. From ensuring effective ventilation and seating to assure social distancing, we look forward to a safe, healthy experience for all.

To further ensure the safety of others, we are requiring the following from you: All guests will be required to show proof of vaccination AND a negative COVID test (either PCR test with results within 72 hours OR a rapid test with results received no more than 24 hrs prior to the event). Additionally, we kindly ask that attendees wear a mask.

Thank you for your understanding and cooperation, familia.

SPONSORS

HLS
New York
December 2020
HLS
New York
December 2019
HLS
San Francisco
October 2019
HLS
Dallas
September 2019
HLS
Chicago
April 2019
HLS
New York
October 2018

WANT TO JOIN IN PERSON?

Due to COVID-19, in-person attendance is limited. If you’re interested in joining, please submit your information here to apply for a spot and we will be in touch.