LNC Strategic Partners

The Latino Networks Coalition Board has established strategic partnerships and collaborates on various innovative programs with select leaders including:

  • Jose Calderon – President of Hispanic Federation
  • Dr. Frank Sanchez, PhD – President of Rhode Island College
  • Cid Wilson – CEO of Hispanic Association of Corporate Responsibility (HACR)
  • Charlie Garcia – CEO of Association of Latino Professionals for America (ALPFA)
  • Orlando Camargo – President of ALPFA New York
  • Rudy Martinez – CEO of iHispano
  • Ali Curi – President of Hispanic Professionals Networking Group (HPNG)
  • Mariela Dabbah –  CEO & Founder of Red Shoe Movement
  • Beth Marmolejos – President of National Association of Hispanic MBAs (NSHMBA) of New York
  • Don Perez – Executive Director JPMorgan Chase and Founder of JPMC Adelante
  • Monica & Miguel Mancebo – Founders of Selective Corporate Internship Program (SCIP)
  • Edward Montenegro – President of Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE)
  • Dr. Robert Rodriguez, PhD – President of Robert Rodriguez Consulting Services (Diversity & BRG Best Practices)
  • Alberto Flores – Former Deloitte Diversity Leader, LNC Co-Founder
  • Kaplan Mobray – Award-winning author, thought leader, career coach and motivational speaker
  • Alejandro Garcia-Amaya & Astrid Amaya – Artists of the Americas (AOTA)
  • Eduardo Vilaro – CEO & Artistic Director of Ballet Hispanico
  • Javier & Robin Dzul – Founders of Dzul Dance

LNC Board Co-Chairs

  • Jessica K. Asencio – Founder (JPMorgan Chase)
  • Alicia Garcia – Founder (Thomson Reuters)

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