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Rep. Cesar Blanco Joins LatinoCLD as Vice President of Development and Strategic Partnerships

Rep. Cesar Blanco Joins LatinoCLD as Vice President of Development and Strategic Partnerships

Dallas, TX: The Latino Center for Leadership Development is proud to announce that Texas State Representative Cesar J. Blanco has joined the organization as Vice President of Development and

A Note on the 2016 Election Cycle

A Note on the 2016 Election Cycle

Friends,

The 2016 election cycle has concluded, a cycle that American history will deem one of the most divisive we have seen. The rhetoric used to paint certain communities was laced with vitrio

Highlights: Latinos and the 2016 Election

Highlights: Latinos and the 2016 Election

The Latino Center for Leadership Development-Southern Methodist University Tower Center Policy Institute is a partnership formed to identify and propose policy-focused solutions to the Latino

Meet the LatinoCLD’s 2016-2017 Leadership Academy Class!

Meet the LatinoCLD’s 2016-2017 Leadership Academy Class!

Leadership Academy Seeks to Train Promising Leaders Interested in Public Policy or Public Office

The Latino Center for Leadership Development (LatinoCLD), which seeks to create a pipeline of

Jorge Baldor Named as 2016 “Latino Advocate” by D CEO Magazine

Jorge Baldor Named as 2016 “Latino Advocate” by D CEO Magazine

LatinoCLD Founder Awarded for his Generosity and Influence in the Latino Business Community

Dallas, TX: As part of its 2016 Latino Business Awards, D CEO Magazine yesterday recognized LatinoCLD

Policy Forum: Latinos and the 2016 Election

Policy Forum: Latinos and the 2016 Election

You are cordially invited to join the LatinoCLD at our next Policy Forum: Latinos and the 2016 Election. Dr. Matt Barreto, Professor at UCLA and Co-Founder and Managing Partner of the polling and

Video: Leadership Academy: 2015-2016 Cohort

Video: Leadership Academy: 2015-2016 Cohort

A Message from Fellows in the Inaugural Class

The Latino Center for Leadership Development’s (LatinoCLD) Leadership Academy is an educational and leadership training program aimed at providing

Reuniting with Loved Ones

Reuniting with Loved Ones

Paul Quiñonez had these words to say on his blog:

“I left to the airport and was bound for Manzanillo, Colima: the city that I was born in. A few minutes later I was hugging both of my

Ending Stereotypes

Ending Stereotypes

Emma had these words to say on her blog:

“Upon reaching a defining monument of Tepito, we came across a mural that read “Mexico es el Tepito del mundo y Tepito es la sintesis de lo Mexicano.”

Dulce and her Family

Dulce and her Family

“I spent this past weekend with my family, and at this moment I have so many thoughts running through my head that I am finding it difficult to put into words. While I am happy to be heading back to