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Latino

(lah-tēn′ō)
1. Pert. to Latin-American language, culture, or ethnicity.
2. A person of Latin-American or Spanish-speaking ancestry.
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"We wanted to be very clear that this organization, built over the last 15 years, really belongs to a new generation of American Latino leaders," said Avila.
She has been profiled in publications including The American Latino Museum, The 2012 and 2013 Los Angeles African American Heritage Guide and Nick Knight's - SHOWstudio.
At each summit, an American Latino Agenda Report has been distributed to attendees, something Fernandez Haar calls a member's "marching orders."
American Latinos, the country's largest minority group, continue to be key to U.S.
The event coincided with the release of the American Latino Agenda Report, a collaborative 37-page document that provides findings and recommendations on such issues as education, immigration and access to capital.
The Summit continues to address critical issues facing the American Latino business community such as access to corporate and pension fund boards, greater allocation of private equity funding by major institutional investors, and investment in education and mentoring for American Latino students and entrepreneurs.
* Board Initiative focuses on increasing the participation of American Latinos on Fortune 1000 boards of directors.
The New America Alliance (NAA) is the premier organization dedicated to promoting leadership and success among American Latinos, and it does so through the sheer power of its membership.
Through its membership, which is mostly comprised of investment bankers, entrepreneurs and capital management executives, one can easily see where this dynamic and tireless group of Latinos is heading: to continue its mission to work for the advancement of the American Latino in the U.S.
New America Alliance (NAA) is organized on the principle that American Latino business leaders have the responsibility to lead the process of Latino empowerment and wealth-building by expanding the forms of capital most crucial for economic advancement--economic capital, political capital, human capital and the practice of philanthropy.
Los Tigres del Norte, the popular Norteno band, was among the honored for their extensive work towards the advancement of Latinos and the improvement of the quality of life in the American Latino community.
The landmark conference, held May 1-2, hosted CEOs from several of America's major corporations to strategize on how to tap into the burgeoning American Latino market, expand their consumer base and recruit talented Latino workers at the highest levels of their businesses.

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