The gap in representation is real for the Latinx community
Published: Friday, September 24, 2021
In this video, we welcome Sergio Ruiz Tello, a 2021 Class XVIII Senior Fellow. Sergio grew up in Mexico City and moved to San Francisco in 2010. He attended UC Berkeley where he majored in Business Administration with a minor in Public Policy. Today, he is a Senior Program Manager at Medallia - a customer experience management software platform.
In this chat, Sergio talks about the benefits of attending LBLA and how rewarding it was to have shared experiences among fellow Latinx professionals. While he acknowledges the reality of the lack of representation for our Latinx community in nonprofits across our region, Sergio has a renewed sense of energy after attending LBLA. To watch the full video click here.
The LBLA trains Latinx professionals on how to be successful board members of nonprofit organizations, click here to learn more. Leadership development programs like the LBLA, alongside our education excellence initiatives, are vital to advancing and improving the quality of life for the Latinx community in Silicon Valley.Consider joining us on Saturday, October 16th to celebrate the successes of our organization by attending the Hispanic Foundation Celebration. Show your support by purchasing your virtual seat today! Click here.
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