Latino Leaders Network to Host "Your Story Matters" Virtual Cafecito with Activist and The Latinx House Co-Founder Mónica Ramírez
The Facebook LIVE event includes a panel discussion with Latino and Afro-Latinx recent graduates discussing the importance of sharing stories of obstacles overcome to achieve success.
Special remarks by 17-year-old philanthropist Anika Alexa Ortiz; Musical performance by Las Cafeteras.
WASHINGTON - Oct. 5, 2020 - PRLog -- During Hispanic Heritage Month, the Latino Leaders Network, a non-profit organization dedicated to "Bringing Leaders Together," will host "Your Story Matters," a new initiative encouraging Latino youth to share their personal stories of obstacles overcome so others may benefit. This online event, hosted by Chairman Mickey Ibarra, will include a panel of Latino and Afro-Latinx recent graduates on the importance of uplifting the personal stories of young Latinx leaders in America.
Jayna Donayre, Director of Communications and Events at the Ibarra Strategy Group, will serve as the moderator. The event includes a musical performance by Las Cafeteras and special guest remarks by young emerging activist and philanthropist Anika Alexa Ortiz. The event will be live streamed on Facebook, Periscope, and YouTube.
The Latino Leaders Network launched a new digital platform to amplify the voices of young Latinx leaders to highlight the importance of sharing our personal stories of obstacles overcome to achieve success as a way to inspire others.
The event will reach a national audience, including elected officials, policy makers, corporate executives, opinion leaders, community activists, industry experts, and political insiders.
The Latino Leaders Network "Your Voice Matters" initiative aims to inspire the next generation of leaders to share their personal stories so others may benefit.
About Latino Leaders Network
The Latino Leaders Network is dedicated to "Bringing Leaders Together" to establish relationships, build unity, and share our personal stories. Mickey Ibarra, Founder and Chairman, served as Assistant to the President and Director of Intergovernmental Affairs at the White House for President Clinton.