Encouraging Latinas to Rise to Their Full Potential!
Latinas now have a platform where they can learn, be heard, grow, 
build a network and be motivated to Rise Up!  

Created to help Latinas banish self-doubt and break self-imposed barriers, Proud To Be Latina is a personal and professional development network that educates, empowers and encourages Latinas to rise to their full potential.

From providing a forum where Latinas can connect, to offering strategies for personal and professional advancement, Proud To Be Latina offers knowledge-based programs to help Latinas reach the highest levels of success and make an impact in their organizations and communities. 

Dynamic Programs With Impact
We bring together top industry thought leaders, trailblazers, corporate executives and trained professionals, who provide insight, facilitate robust workshops and offer poignant, relevant and impactful discussion on the prominent topics affecting Latinas. Our programs are held monthly, quarterly and yearly, in person and virtually, offering our community of professionals top leadership & development training and the opportunity to build A Network That Matters. 

Consistent Programming Via Multiple Platforms
We equip Latinas with the robust tools necessary to take their careers, businesses and lives to the next level by delivering consistent programming, throughout the year, virtually and in person via a variety of platforms. 

Our multiple platforms afford participants, sponsors and partners various opportunities for engagement and the benefit of complementing diversity initiatives, leadership training and professional development efforts. 

View Program Details and Offerings Below or Download Our Brochure Here.
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We bring together top industry leaders and inspiring women for a one day conference dedicated to helping Latinas achieve their personal and professional aspirations. 

Conferences revolve around a specific theme and are held yearly in New York City.
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Poignant, relevant, virtual, yet intimate monthly conference calls designed to provide Latinas with robust tools for personal and professional growth. 

Calls are held throughout the year on the first Monday each month.
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A unique platform where Latinas can expand and strengthen their network, meet other like-minded leaders from various industries and engage in robust discussions.

Events are held quarterly in New York City and are hosted by supporting sponsors.
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Sponsored.  Supported. Featured.*
Empowerment & Leadership Conference
The
EmPower Hour

EmPowered
Latinas Connect
*Past & Present
The Eighth Annual Latina 
Empowerment
and Leadership
Conference
June 4, 2018
New York City
Registration Opens 
December 1, 2017
The EmPower Hour
with Angelica Alam
Join Us Virtually On
Monday, December 4, 2017
For A Discussion On
Designing Your Next
Eventbrite - The EmPower Hour With Angelica Alam

Access Empowerment, Workshops, Conferences, Content and More!
Available December 1st - Subscribe Here Today!
An action-oriented platform facilitated by subject matter experts who help participants gain or strengthen personal and professional skills. 

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Embrace the opportunity to strengthen your network, tap into unlimited resources and guidance, support others on their journey, or collaborate and partner with others in your field, all while being encouraged and empowered. 

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A publication that celebrates the
multi-dimensional Latina. The publication draws from the experience of established leaders through interviews and conversations in an effort to create a platform for sharing, learning and growing.

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Community
Membership
Latina Executive
Magazine
Personal Elevation
Workshops
Eventbrite - The EmPower Hour With John Leguizamo
Saturday
December 16, 2017
Elevation Workshop
Vision Board Party





Register Here.
The EmPower Hour
with John Leguizamo
Wednesday, January 10, 2018
For A Discussion On
Understanding Latinos' Contributions To Society