LBLA trains Latinos to volunteer their time in leadership roles as board members of nonprofits in our region. Nonprofit boards should reflect the community they serve and our LBLA addresses the leadership gap in order to better improve the needs of the Latino community in Silicon Valley.
Why is this important?
A study conducted by the Hispanic Foundation of Silicon Valley less than 3% of nonprofits in Silicon Valley have Latinos serving on their nonprofit board. While Latinos greatly under-report their volunteer activity, the LBLA program recruits, trains, and guides Latinos to maximize their impact.
What are the results?
In addition to recruiting, training, and guiding Latinos to maximize their impact as board members, we match them with boards of nonprofit organizations whose missions best match their personal interests.
• Over 360 Senior Fellows have graduated from LBLA
• 75% of graduates have been placed on nonprofit boards
Where do I sign up for LBLA?
Seeking to increase your community impact?
Are you interested in expanding your experiences by serving on a nonprofit Board of Directors?
Are you willing to commit to a program to learn how to be an effective Board Member?
If you answered yes to the above questions then please fill out our for by clicking below.
*Two academies are held throughout the year. One academy is held in Santa Clara County during February through May. The second academy is held in San Mateo County during July through September. Attendance is mandatory.*