FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 2019
Millenium Biltmore Hotel
506 S. Grand Ave. | Los Angeles, CA
The 28th Annual Latina History Day Conference was a sold out event gathering nearly 900 Latina leaders! Thank you to our wonderful Sponsors, Speakers, Panelists and Attendees for making it a successful event.
Latina History Day is the only conference in Los Angeles that is designed specifically to meet the needs of Latina professionals; offering resources, skill development, and networking opportunities to advance their careers. The conference, for which Latina History Day in California was created, draws approximately 1000 women each year to celebrate the historic and current achievements of Latinas.
This year's theme, BOLD INNOVATORS, recognizes the innovative contributions Latinas have made historically and the ones they continue to make today. Join us and be inspired by fellow Latina professionals and speakers who are leading the charge in their fields and creating bold innovations every day.
07:30 AM – 02:00 PM REGISTRATION
08:30 AM – 09:45 AM CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST
08:30 AM – 09:45 AM MORNING PROGRAM
10:00 AM – 11:05 AM CONCURRENT WORKSHOPS SESSION 1
11:10 AM – 12:15 PM CONCURRENT WORKSHOPS SESSION 2
12:30 PM – 02:20 PM LUNCH PROGRAM
02:30 PM – 05:00 PM COMADRE NETWORK
2019 PLANNING COMMITTEE
CHIEF OF STAFF TO LOS ANGELES
MAYOR ERIC GARCETTI
AIME E. BELTRAN
VP | DISTRICT MANAGER
LOS ANGELES COMMUNITY BANK
WELLS FARGO & COMPANY
Patricia Alarcon | University of Southern California
Wendy Estrada | Union Bank
Paola Fernandez | MPP Candidate at USC
Sarita Figueroa | SoCalGas
Cinthia Flores | CHIRLA
Yolanda Fuentes | Bert Corona High School
Amelia Herrera Robles | Blue Shield of California
Sonia Lopez | Compton Community College District
Sonnie Martinez | Office of Mayor Eric Garcetti
Amanda Mejia | Athens Services
Berta Montoya | Thrivent
Aida Rodriguez | Alliance College Ready
Josefina Salinas | Salinas Media & Communications
Maria del Socorro Sanchez | Wells Fargo
Catalina Santamaria | Disney
Nilza Serrano | Nilza Serrano & Associates
Glenda Silva | Los Angeles World Airports
Francesca Vega | CSUN
Lizzette Villegas | Long Beach City College
LATINA FUTURE HISTORY MAKERS
The Latina Future History Maker awards are presented in partnership with Estée Lauder to five Latina college students working to make an impact in their communities through involvement in activities/projects, advancing in an academic field, or pioneering groundbreaking research or inventions.
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.
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$22 Valet Parking at the Biltmore Hotel ($40.00 without validation)
$20 Self-Parking, Pershing Square flat rate
$13 Self-Parking, ABM Parking Services PacMutual, 523 W. 6th St (in by 9 am)