Latino Leadership & Local Economy
Latino leadership has shaped the history of Dallas and continues to move our city forward. From business to politics to art, the talents of Latino leaders have brought progress and growth to every sector of our economy and beautifully enriched our culture.
It is only more important that strong leaders continue to emerge from our Latino communities and share their gifts with our city as we enter a new chapter in our development. Despite being the fastest growing population in Dallas, Latinos remain underrepresented in leadership positions and continue to face challenges to upward mobility. Education and economic opportunity are central to progress.
Join us as local leaders and agents of change share wisdom from their own lives and illuminate how they see Latino leadership developing in Dallas. We will hear from:
Dr. Michael Hinojosa, Superintendent of Dallas Independent School District
Don Perez, VP of Global Real Estate Business Resiliency for JPMorgan Chase and Chairman of the Board of Directors for The Greater Dallas Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
Miguel Solis, Dallas ISD Trustee and President of the Latino Center for Leadership Development
Monica Lira Bravo, Owner and Managing Attorney at Lira Bravo Law, PLLC and Trustee at Dallas County Community College District
This event is hosted at Mercado369 in Oak Cliff, a gallery offering a unique cultural experience through its handpicked textiles, art, sculpture, and jewelry from artisans across Latin America.
Don’t miss the opportunity to explore new opportunities for social impact in North Texas. Purchase your ticket now to guarantee your seat. Seating is limited.
Thursday, August 30, 2018
11:30am – 1:00pm
Mercado369 in Oak Cliff
For more information, please reach out to us at email@example.com
The Social Innovation Luncheon Series (SILS) is hosted five times a year, presented by Social Venture Partners Dallas and partnering organizations. Each year the series connects innovators and leaders from every sector and features new methods for challenging the status quo. Each event features a presentation from at least one leading social innovator, highlights a local non-profit related to the speaker’s big idea, and lunch with over 100 of Dallas’ brightest minds and biggest hearts.
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