Aracely Muñoz is the director of corporate partnerships at Children's Health and an award-winning leader in the philanthropy space
Argelia Martinez is dedicated to creating positive spaces for Latine culture to thrive
Awilda Jiménez is a Human Resources expert with nearly 10 years working in the building materials industry.
A Colombian-Italian journalist with a background in pop culture, fashion, entertainment, and travel, Cata Balzano has written for the Miami Herald, Billboard, Variety, Telemundo, and other top media outlets.
Carlos E. “Charlie” Martinez retired from the Air Force Reserve after more than thirty-four years of combined active and reserve duty
Diana Maldonado is passionate about helping more women decode the process of running for office—and succeeding when they get there
Puerto Rican born, Edra Soto is an interdisciplinary artist and codirector of the outdoor project space the Franklin. Soto has been awarded the Efroymson Contemporary Arts Fellowship, the Illinois Arts Council Agency Fellowship, the inaugural Foundwork Artist Prize, and the Joan Mitchell Foundation Painters & Sculptors Grant, among others.
Fabiana Lacerca-Allen is a leader in developing and implementing global compliance programs within Fortune 100 companies
Gary Acosta is the cofounder and CEO of the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals (NAHREP) as well as the cofounder of L'ATTITUDE
Ilhiana is an Executive & Leadership Transformation Strategy Coach, a DEI Consultant, a Hispanic advocate, a Bestselling Author, and an international motivational speaker.
Israel Muñoz is passionate about supporting Latinx entrepreneurs and inclusive economic growth
Javier Saade is the founder and managing partner of Impact Master Holdings and a venture partner at Fenway Summer Ventures
Jeannette Ferran Astorga is the executive vice president of corporate affairs and communications and the chief sustainability officer at Zoetis
Jeannette Ceja is an award-winning bilingual travel journalist, television host, travel advisor, global public speaker, and the CEO of Jet Set with Jeannette
Jeff Marquez works with business, government, and nonprofit leaders who want to lead as their better self, build winning teams, and succeed sustainably
Jenny Castro has a bachelor’s degree in law and justice from Central Washington University. She is a freelance writer and journalist, and her work has been featured in Latina Style, Chicano Life, Live From The Southside, Seattle Refined, and the University of Washington-Tacoma
The CEO and founder of Ad Astra Media LLC, José Morey, MD is considered the world’s first intergalactic doctor
A published author and seasoned HR leader, Kevin Salcido is currently a vice president and the chief human resources officer at Arizona State University
Lyanne Alfaro is an award-winning journalist, producer, and strategist covering what's next in the world of business as well as the intersection of money and culture through her newsletter and podcast, Moneda Moves.
Marcela Miguel Berland and Frank Gómez are leaders at strategic communications firm Latin Insights
Maria Fernanda Reyes is a third-generation farmer from Mexico as well as a leader in regulatory tech, entrepreneurship, nonprofits, and advocacy
Mario Xavier Carrasco is the cofounder and principal of ThinkNow, an award-winning cross-cultural research technology company
Marta Newhart is an accomplished Fortune 500 executive known for driving marketing, brand, and communications strategies that deliver bottom line results
Norlan Hernández Blandón is the director of the Jesse Miranda Center for Hispanic Leadership at Vanguard University
Oriana Branon is an expert in communications and external engagement for both B2B and B2C companies in highly regulated industries
Patricia Arboleda is a certified executive and leadership coach and the founder of Arboleda Coaching
Raquel Tamez is the chief inclusion and engagement officer at global consulting firm Charles River Associates
Ruben Navarrette is a syndicated columnist with the Washington Post Writers Group, author of A Darker Shade of Crimson: Odyssey of a Harvard Chicago, and founder/CEO of the Navarrette Sonic Podcast Network: What America Sounds Like.
Salomon Chiquiar-Rabinovich specializes in business immigration and is of counsel at Moreno Law in Boston
Vanessa Karel is the founder of Greether, a travel start-up helping women travel safer
Ximena N. Beltran Quan Kiu is an insightful storyteller—specifically in the exploration of her Latinidad—with more than 200 bylines in publications such as The New York Times, CNN, Food & Wine, Harper's Bazaar, and other top tier media outlets. As a Mexican-Chinese immigrant, Ximena is bicultural and fluent in Spanish. She splits her time between Chicago, Albuquerque, and Mexico City.