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LCDA is a community of US Latinos at the highest levels of corporate leadership that are committed to paying it forward.

Our mission is to develop, support, and increase the number of US Latinos on corporate boards. LCDA's strategy to accelerate Latino placements on corporate boards is focused on three areas:

Tune In Above: LCDA CEO, Esther Aguilera; Baroness Helena Morrissey DBE, Founder, 30% Club and Chair, The Diversity Project; and Darren Walker, President, Ford Foundation and Partner, The Board Diversity Action Alliance talk to Bloomberg Senior Executive Editor David Merritt at the Bloomberg Equality Summit about diversifying corporate boardrooms. (Source: Bloomberg)

LCDA and partner, Morgan Stanley, are proud to celebrate our Latina members during Womens History Month and beyond!

The wealth of Latina talent both in the boardroom and at the C-level cannot be understated. We’re truly honored to recognize these remarkable women and the vital role they play in driving impact in business and community.

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Sac Bee: A new California law tells companies to diversify their boards. It isn’t working for Latinos

Latinos, who represent the state’s largest ethnic group, make up 2.3% of b...

SVBJ: Seats at the table

Data is clear that those of Hispanic descent are underrepresented on corporate b...

Bloomberg: U.S. Firms Quadruple Latino Board Hires in Slow Diversity Push

About 82 Latinos joined the boards of public companies between January and March...

Al DÍA Business: Changing the narrative: The fight to have more Latinos on corporate boards

Publicly-listed American companies have quadrupled the Latino representation on ...

SVBJ: U.S. companies named 82 Latinx people to their boards in Q1, a 331% year-over-year jump

U.S. companies added 82 Latinx board members between January and March — a...