I'm inspired to provide opportunities for our American Latino
talent, in front and behind the camera.
On August 5 and 6, 2014, the New America Alliance convened in San Antonio, Texas, for its 2nd American Latino
Of the ten channels, two will be operated by American Latino
programmers and two will be owned in substantial part by American Latinos
IN THE MIDST of one of the longest federal shutdowns in history, the New America Alliance (NAA) stood committed once again to leading the process of Latino empowerment and wealth building by presenting the 13th Annual Wall Street Summit at the Waldorf-Astoria in New York City, convening American Latino
, corporate, public sector and community leaders.
The New America Alliance (NAA) is a 501(c)(6) organization of American Latino
business leaders committed to leading the process of Latino empowerment and wealth-building by expanding the forms of capital most crucial for economic advancement - economic capital, human capital and philanthropy.
24, the New America Alliance--along with HACR, NCLR, USHCC and NALEO--hosted the First American Latino
Summit at Miami Dade College in Downtown Miami.
Day two of the Summit featured a powerful line-up of speakers focused on the issues of economic and political empowerment of the American Latino
Board Initiative focuses on increasing the participation of American Latinos
on Fortune 1000 boards of directors.
publish about the trends and issues affecting American Latinos
I encourage all American Latinos
to view "ser Latino" as an advantage rather than a hurdle in achieving success in the financial sector.
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.
New America Alliance's 3rd Annual Wall Street Summit in New York City, October 21 - 24, 2003, will focus on expanding wealth building for American Latinos
, increasing access to private equity and venture capital for Latino businesses, promoting American Latino
presence on U.
During the 4th Annual Wall Street Summit, NAA presented the Distinguished Service Award to Illinois State Senator Antonio Munoz and Illinois State Teachers' Retirement System Executive Director Jon Bauman for demonstrating extraordinary leadership and commitment to advancing Latino business through financial investment and implementation of policies to ensure the inclusion of American Latinos
at all levels of the investment process.
NAA programs focus on increasing the access to capital markets and financing for Latino businesses, and on promoting the participation of and influence of American Latinos
on this nation's corporate boards, as well as expanding the participation and influence of American Latinos
in Federal and state financial institutions and investing in the higher education of American Latinos
in the fields of business and finance.
The Political Leadership Sessions are events of NAA's Spring Conference, where corporate and political leaders will strategize on increasing the presence of American Latinos
serving on corporate and pension boards in the U.