DAY 3 WORKSHOPS & SPEAKERS

Networking Circles

12:00PM

Welcome from Planning Committee

12:30PM

Ballot 2020: The Youth Latinx Vote

12:30PM - 1:15PM

For the first time, Latinos are expected to be the largest racial/ethnic minority group in this upcoming election, roughly 13% of the electorate. With a distinctly young population, young Latinx voters will play a significant role. This session will take a closer look at the Youth Latinx vote and how you can exercise your political voice

Vanessa Spagnoli
Policy Director at HOPE

Wellness Break

1:15PM

YPS Presents: A Town Hall on Race | 1:30PM - 3:00PM

As a delayed racial reckoning sweeps the nation, systemic racism and racial inequities are thrust into the forefront of public discourse with stat sanctioned violence and a global pandemic that has disproportionately impacted Black, Indigenous People of Color as a backdrop. There is a bright light, young people are taking the lead and doing the work. This candid conversation will explore the role that race and gender identity play in health, education, the workplace, and civic life. We'll discuss the current state of affairs and how we can all contribute to the drafting of a new social contract that is equitable for all. 

Sofia Haq
Ambassador, United State of Women
Founder & President
Muslim Women Professionals
Janet Martinez
Co-Founder & Director of Programming,
Comunidades Indigenas en Liderazgo
Ashley McCollough
Accounting Manager,
Thorn
A Town Hall on Race will be moderated by the Young Professionals Summit Planning Committee

Closing

3:00PM

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