College of Business Forms a Strategic Alliance With Latino Leadership Institute To Provide Graduate Tuition Benefits
Colorado State University’s College of Business is partnering with the Latino Leadership Institute (LLI), a Colorado-based organization developing Latino leaders and entrepreneurs by unlocking their full economic and social potential. The partnership provides a...
DEIB practitioners experience a sense of frustration and isolation, believing their work is crucial, yet doubting their organization’s full commitment.
Like many Latino leaders, Ignite graduate Lydia Lachino-Ramirez shares her professional expertise with her community, many of whom work in Hood River, Oregon’s large agricultural workforce.
With 29 years of experience as a psychologist, life coach, and athlete, I’m always exploring how I can deepen my understanding of the profound connections between discomfort, pain, stress, clarity, power, strength, and pride.
In her first contributed article for the Fast Company Executive Board, Joelle Martinez writes that bridging the opportunity gap and fostering the growth of the Latino economy isn’t just a moral imperative; it’s a sound business strategy.
Curious about Ignite, LLI’s leadership development program? Joelle Martinez and Tamara Vigil, Ignite graduate, sit down with Mile High Living at Denver7 to share why Ignite is part of the solution to closing the Latino leadership gap across sectors and industries.
Nearly 1,000 U.S. colleges and universities are designated as current or emerging Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSI). With 31% of the Latino population under the age of 18 and Latino enrollment in higher education surpassing the growth rate of any other ethnic identity or racial group, institutions of higher learning across the U.S. are preparing for future enrollment that is increasingly Latino.
"When we can ignite that in one person and understand what that ripple effect looks like, you begin to see the real impact of our work. I cherish the individual successes and this collective wave of change that we are working to start.” Read more here.
U.S. Latinos are the second fastest-growing racial-ethnic group in the country, and it is more important than ever to have access to accurate and reliable data about this population. Below, we share some key data about U.S. Latinos, covering a range of topics from...
Santo Alvarez steps into the hallways of CEC Early College at 6:45 a.m. where his daily, 12-hour sprint begins. Through careful planning, agile decision-making, and community connection, Santo forwards his personal mission to build success across generations.