A Virtual California Public Policy Issues Conference
April 26, 27 & 28, 9:00am -10:45am PST
Join HOPE for our annual public policy issues conference: the virtual 27th Annual Latina Action Day®! We'll hold three online sessions over the course of three days bringing together some of California's top thought-leaders and experts to discuss issues affecting the Latina community.
Sandra Magaña Cuellar
Senior Manager of Government Affairs - Southern California for Charter Communications | Honorary HOPE Leadership Institute Alumna
Celinda M. Vázquez
Vice President of Public Affairs for Planned Parenthood Los Angeles | Commissioner of the California Commission on the Status of Women and Girls | Honorary HOPE Leadership Institute Alumna
ADULT REGISTRATION - $10 for all 3 Days
The ticket price is a donation in support of HOPE’s advocacy efforts and to cover the production costs of organizing this virtual event.
COLLEGE STUDENT - FREE
AFFILIATE GROUPS - $25 for 5 Individuals
HOPE® Affiliates include non-profit organizations, small businesses, or individual groups of people who come together to form a partnership with HOPE in support of Latinas. As a HOPE Affiliate, you will help support HOPE’s mission of empowering and advocating for the economic and political parity of Latinas while strengthening your own organization's network and brand! Affiliates receive discounted ticket pricing and other perks!
HOPE’s Latina Action Day® Policy Issues Conference Mobilizes Latinas from Across California to Ensure an Equitable Recovery From COVID-19
COVID-19 has disproportionately impacted the Latino community and women in California, and Latinas have borne the brunt of some of its most negative effects on both their health and economic standing, while simultaneously working on the frontlines of the pandemic. As California looks ahead to recovery from COVID-19, HOPE’s Latina Action Day conference hones in on some of the top issues impacting the wellbeing of Latinas including equitable economic recovery strategies, pathways to closing opportunity gaps in education, and increasing Latina representation in the state’s political offices. Built on the values of representation and advocacy, the three-day conference will convene thought leaders, decision-makers, and experts to discuss these important issues while centering the voices, experiences, and priorities of Latinas.
Latina Action Day is the only event of its kind in California that centers Latina experiences and priorities in policy discussions.