Leveraging Latinos: What the Research Tells Us and What You Can Do In the Next 30 Days to Attract, Retain, and Get the Most From Your Gente


Thursday, October 19

3:00 – 4:00 pm EST (via Zoom)

The U.S. Latino has almost doubled in the last 20 years – from 35 million Latinos in 2000 to more than 62 million in 2021. Latinos now stand as the largest contributor to U.S. population growth, accounting for 54%. By 2060, the Latino population is projected to increase to 111.2 million, or 28% of the U.S. population*. However, more than 67% of Hispanic workers are employed in service, construction, and production occupations, while only 8.7% of Hispanics hold jobs in management, business, and financial occupations**. We continue to be underrepresented in positions of power and underserved in professional development.

In this webinar, we will discuss the intricate weave of experiences, strengths, barriers, and challenges that uniquely position Hispanic Latino professionals in the corporate world nowadays.

We’ll share the latest findings on …

  • Cultural values and narratives that characterize the Latino community
  • How these values and narratives can clash with modern-day corporate values, hindering advancement
  • Strategies to foster a more inclusive and productive work environment for the Hispanic/Latino workforce

Join us for this fascinating, by-invitation-only, Executive Leadership Forum.



* Source: Data for 2000 are based on LPPI analysis of the 2000 Decennial Census 1% microdata from IPUMS USA, University of Minnesota, available online. Data for 2021 are based on the 2021 American Community Survey. Data for 2040 and 2060 are based on Census Bureau projections.
** https://blog.gitnux.com/hispanics-statistics/