Convention Central: Latino Leaders Network

Join Mickey Ibarra, Chairman & Founder of the Latino Leaders Network for its preeminent must attend event during the Democratic National Convention --- convened since 2004 in Boston, 2008 in Denver and 2012 in Charlotte.

The country's most prominent Latino leaders will be gathering again during the Philadelphia convention on Tuesday afternoon for the 2016 Latino Leaders Network's Luncheon Series.

The Eagle Leadership Award will be presented to The Honorable Julian Castro, U.S. Secretary for Housing & Urban Development for his outstanding service to the Latino community and our country.

 

When:  Tuesday, 26th July, 2016
Time:   11:30am to 2:30pm
Where: The Crystal Tea Room
100 Penn Square East, Philadelphia

 

LLN Founder Mickey Ibarra & Honorable Julian Castro

Special Guests: Chairman Xavier Becerra, Honorable Antonio Villaraigosa, Chairwoman Linda Sanchez, Chairman Ben Ray Luan, Honorable Bill Richardson, Honorable Ken Salazar

 

Community Partner:  VotoLatino

Watch It Live:  YouTube/user/LatinoLeadersNetwork/live. #LLNPHL

 

The Latino Leaders Luncheon Series is a private event for invited guests and sponsors only. It is not an official DNCC Event. For more information, email Joel@LatinoLeadersNetwork.org

 

The latino community comprises over 17% of the US population and over 10% of the voting electorate

The Latino Leaders Network is dedicated to "Bringing
Leaders Together" to establish relationships, build unity,
and share their personal stories of obstacles overcome to achieve success.

Sponsors: Anheuser-Busch Foundation, NextGenClimate, GEICO, ComEd/PECO, and Southwest Airlines.

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