The National Latino Leadership Alliance

Upcoming Events

3-Part Virtual Training Series

June 5th, 12th, and 19th (1pm CT to 4pm CT)

Learn about  and how to implement the

5 Core Elements of the LIDERAMOS Program Model

A three-part training series will be offered in June for anyone interested in learning about the LIDERAMOS Latino Leadership Model. Participants will be introduced to the five core elements of the program model, the value and purpose of culturally-driven leadership, the key attributes of a learning environment, and be guided in community-centered program design. Please let us know if you are interested in participating. 

To support LIDERAMOS programming, we request a $100 suggested registration fee. No one will be denied the opportunity to participate.

Upon full attendance, participants will receive a LIDERAMOS Latino Leadership Modeling Certificate of Completion.

For more information and any questions, please send an email:




Latino Community Leadership Workshop

We will learn and discuss why Latino culturally-driven leadership is important and how to imagine a Latino Leadership Program in your community:

-What’s your “Why” personally?

-Why does your community need leadership? Why does your community need a Latino community leadership program

-What is the vision for your community?

-Who defines?

-Why is your program relevant to that vision?

Two Dates to Choose From – Click Your Preferred Date to Register

March 21st Evening Session

March 23rd Daytime Session

Trainer: LIDERAMOS Executive Director, Angela Mictlanxochitl Anderson Guerrero, PhD

Latina Driven Leadership: Latina Leaders of Kern County

Insight and advice from a Latina Leaders of Kern County, a Latina leadership program with a 25 year herstory.  Learn about their program advancing young professionals and community leaders strengths and successes. We welcome Gabriela Gonzales and Norma Rojas from Bakersfield, CA who will share how their passions and visions have impacted Latinas. Listen to the possibilities and strategies of a volunteer initiative over time and what is at stake to plant the seeds of a financially supported program leadership.

Facilitated by LIDERAMOS Executive Director

Angela Mictlanxochitl Anderson Guerrero, PhD


ELLAS & Leadership Through the Lens of Racial Healing

January 17th is the National Day of Racial Healing in the United States. LIDERAMOS is proud that our affiliate leadership program ELLAS in Kalamazoo, MI is leading training pedagogies for Latinas to thrive as anti-racist change agents in Southwest Michigan. Join us on Thursday, January 26th and learn from their Coordinator, Elizabeth Garcia about their leadership approach and strategies to implement racial healing into your program and self-development. 

Facilitated by LIDERAMOS Executive Director

Angela Mictlanxochitl Anderson Guerrero, PhD


2022 Community Leadership Reflections

Join an end of year meditation reflecting on stories of Latino leadership accomplishments and challenges in the US and in our communities. We have come a long way in 2022 after rising from the aftermath and continued struggles of the pandemic and so many of our communities in recovery. Our National Symposium revealed remarkable events and communities rising to the challenges presented to them. Let’s celebrate our bravery and begin to envision for the next year!

Facilitated by LIDERAMOS Executive Director

Angela Mictlanxochitl Anderson Guerrero, PhD


Our 4th Annual National Symposium, Re(membering) Comunidad: The Corazón of Latino/a/x Leadership was a phenomenal success! Immense gratitude to the 100 community leaders who left home to learn and to grow with one another. Our stories carry testimonies and evidence of leadership rooted in our relationships to place, our cultures, our families, and how we each make up the weaving/tejido of the United States and our homelands. 

We want to thank our sponsors who make this work and initiative possible. The W.K. Kellogg Foundation has been instrumental in our formation and providing the stability it takes to build a reputable national organization. American Express investment in leadership will not go forgotten. 

The pandemic has been a telling tale of who you can count on. The San Antonio Area Foundation and the National Association for Latino Community Asset Builders were patient and waited til we could host our gathering this year in San Antonio. We are incredibly thankful and we know your investment will be paid forward in the memories and lessons grown with so many leaders in and out of San Antonio.

Queering Latinx Leadership


Latinx Queer community stories and experiences are leadership triumphs for self-determination and livelihood. Susy Zepeda, author of Queering Mesoamerican Diasporas: Remembering Xicana Indígena Ancestries, and Pablo Alvarez, an advocate and scholar of unearthing and archiving stories of the impact of AIDS in Los Angeles will share how the Latinx Queer leadership is making a difference in our communities.


Wednesday, September 21st

3:00 pm CT/ 4:00pm ET

    Hispanic Heritage Month Kick-Off


    Mary Ann Gomez Orta, Coach and President & CEO Congressional Hispanic Leadership Institute (CHLI) offers a master class that will highlight how Latinos can uplift their life and work experiences from Marshall Goldsmith’s book, “The Earned Life: Lose Regret, Choose Fulfillment.” How we frame our stories and how we imagine our leadership is pivotal to our future achievements!



    Monday, September 12th

    4:00 pm CT/ 5:00 pm ET