Liliana Gil, Inspiring and motivating Latinas for success, At LULAC Latina Leadership Award





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Published on Mar 27, 2011

Liliana Gil is honored by LULAC with the Latina Leadership Award at their annual National Women's Conference to be held April 3rd and 4th at the beautiful Hyatt Regency Hotel in Boston.

The theme for the conference is "Latina Achievers Changing the Nation". We are doing so in the areas of business, education, and political empowerment. Now is the time to highlight the important accomplishments of women who have progressed in their areas of expertise and have them share their experiences with our participants.

The mission of the LULAC National Women's Conference has always been to engage women from across this country to raise their consciousness and enhance their ability to become leaders. We are very proud of the success this conference has achieved due to the commitment of the Women's Commission and the generosity of our corporate partners.

Our surveys reflect that women continue to learn from the experience of being a part of the LULAC network and the conference also increases their knowledge as consumers of products offered by our corporate partners.

Latinas are getting elected to top positions in national, state, and local elections. This is the year that the women's vote will carry a lot of weight in the presidential elections. As we celebrate our 80th anniversary fighting for civil rights, Latinas have made tremendous strides in holding positions of influence within American society. I am honored to be serving as National Vice President for Women.

Your participation is key as women's purchasing power increases and your company's support is important in our quest to continue empowering women through our educational forums.

We are looking forward to your positive consideration of our proposal. Attached you will find our participation levels.


Regla González
National Vice-President for Women


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