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Thank You For Making Our Inaugural Forum on the Latino Community Event a Success!

LLC Event GraphicWith about 160 community, local government and community based organization leaders and representatives gathered together to learn from each other how to better serve the growing Latino community, the inaugural A Forum on the Latino Community, Challenges on Serving a Growing Latino Population in Placer County was everything we could have hoped for.

Thank you to everyone who participated and special thanks to our panelists and Quetzal Award winners.

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Click here to see more event photos.

Many thanks to our Title Sponsor, Wells Fargo, for helping make this event a reality.

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The Latino Leadership Council

The Latino Leadership Council (LLC) is a 501(c)3 organization dedicated to advancing the wellness and leadership capacity of Latino populations in Northern California.

We do this by providing education, advocacy, cultural proficiency, and capacity building to Latino communities and public and private partners.

Our membership is comprised of individuals who provide a multitude of services to the underserved Spanish-speaking populations through agencies, non-profits, faith-based organizations, businesses and grass roots initiatives.

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Refer an Individual or Family

If you have an individual or family who would benefit from the services offered by the Latino Leadership Council, simply use the online referral form or our fill out and email us this PDF referral form to let us know. We will contact them directly, assess their needs and connect them to the right services.

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