Save the Date for this Year’s “A Forum on the Latino Community”

LLC 2015 Event Save the Date Card FINAL

Executive Director Position Open

The Latino Leadership Council is looking for a new Executive Director. We need someone who is passionate about serving the Latino community; fully understands the nuances, challenges and opportunities of the Latino culture; can effectively manage a dynamic group of promotores; and can continue to move the LLC forward toward its organizational goals.

For more information, click here to see the job post.

2015 Quetzal Award Nominations Now Open

The Latino Leadership Council is currently accepting nominations for the 2015 Quetzal Awards. The Quetzal Awards seeks to thank and honor individuals and organizations who make a difference in the Latino community and serve as examples to others.

Visit the Quetzal Award page to learn more about the award and submit a nomination. quetzal

What We Do

The Latino Leadership Council helps struggling Latino families overcome challenges and helps them on their path to become self-sufficient, productive community members. We focus on the areas of health, education and youth development, partnering with other organizations and agencies to ensure that Latino community is being served in an effective, culturally appropriate manner. The video below highlights a few stories that are illustrative of the families whom we serve.

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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Our Kids, Our Responsibility

While meeting with RJUHSD a couple of weeks ago, something they said really surprised me and stuck with me. A large percentage of EL students are actually kids who were born in the United States or have lived here all their lives. They are not immigrants. They have lived all their lives here, speaking English. So how on earth is a life-long English-speaker considered an English Learner? … Continue Reading →