Wednesday, June 6, 2012

National Hispanic Leadership Agenda's new leaders

National Hispanic Leadership Agenda Elects New Officers

The National Hispanic Leadership Agenda (NHLA), one of the leading coalitions of national Latino civil and service rights organizations, has just announced the election of its new Executive Committee:

Hector Sanchez, Labour Council for Latin American Advancements (LCLAA)

Vice Chair
Brent Wilkes, LULAC

Jessica Gonzalez, National Hispanic Media Coalition (NHMC)

Al Zapanta, United States-Mexico Chamber of Commerce (USMCOC)

Juan Andrade, US Hispanic Leadership Institute (USHLI)
Tom Saenz, Mexican-American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF)
Yanira Cruz, National Hispanic Council on Aging (NHCOA)

NHLA's mission calls for unity among Latinos around the country to provide the Hispanic community with greater visibility and a clearer, stronger influence in our country's affairs. NHLA brings together Hispanic leaders to establish policy priorities that address, and raise public awareness of, the major issues affecting the Latino community and the nation as a whole.

For further information
National Hispanic Leadership Agenda
1133 19th St NW, Suite 1035
Washington, DC 20036

Chris Espinosa

Estuardo Rodriguez

NHLA Members
ASPIRA Association, Inc.
Cuban American National Council
Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities
Hispanic Federation
Hispanic National Bar Association
Labor Council for Latin American Advancement
League of United Latin American Citizens
Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund
MANA, A National Latina Organization
National Association of Hispanic Federal Executives
National Association of Hispanic Publications
National Association of Latino Elected Officials
National Conference of Puerto Rican Women, Inc.
National Council of La Raza
National Hispanic Caucus of State Legislators
National Hispana Leadership Institute
National Hispanic Council on Aging
National Hispanic Environmental Council
National Hispanic Foundation for the Arts
National Hispanic Medical Association
National Hispanic Media Coalition
National IMAGE, Inc.
National Institute for Latino Policy
National Puerto Rican Coalition
Self-Reliance Foundation
SER Jobs for Progress-National
Southwest Voter Registration Education Project
United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
United States Hispanic Leadership Institute
United States-Mexico Chamber of Commerce

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