The U.S. is undergoing a demographic shift. People of Latino origin are now the second largest ethnic group in the nation. According to the Pew Hispanic Center, Hispanics will become 29% of the U.S. population by 2060.
The U.S. Latino Leadership Fellowship brings together talented and emerging leaders who are committed agents of transformation in U.S. Latino and other underserved communities. U.S. Latino Leadership Fellows have addressed disparities in their communities through efforts in public policy, education, economic development, health care, immigration, social entrepreneurship, and a variety of other fields.
The U.S. Latino Leadership Fellowship is a game-changing opportunity for practitioners, scholars, and activists ready to lead the transformation of U.S. Latino and other underserved communities.
U.S. Latino Leadership fellows are leaders who:
Create sustainable change in underserved communities by leveraging community assets
Inspire new ideas and innovative change in local and national programs and policies
Build cross-sector partnerships and collaborations
We need talented people driven to tackle immense challenges regardless of the odds. We need emerging leaderswho want to develop and enhance their ability to create necessary and sustainable change. We need you.
The Center for Public Leadership acknowledges the generosity of the
William R. Kenan, Jr. Charitable Trust and the Coca-Cola Foundation for their support of the U.S. Latino Leadership Fellowship.