About Initiative

Initiative

The 2012 Hispanic Voice is a non-partisan initiative aimed to help Hispanics in America understand the responsibility of our voice and the resurgence of our authentic identity in business and society in order to cultivate sustainable economic prosperity in America.

Our goal is to facilitate an agenda that cultivates fresh perspectives on how Hispanics, government and business can change their stories to begin working closer with one another for a better America.

Initiative Goals & Objectives

Define an agenda for Hispanics in America to help us better understand why we must play a more active and influential role in the reinvention of America.
Educate the Rest of America about the Hispanic community and the value we represent as leaders and citizens to help renew foundational values, cultivate economic growth and reclaim America's global competitiveness.
Encourage Hispanics in America to formally engage will other minority communities to find common purpose through our immigrant perspective.
Empower Hispanics in America to own their vote by recognizing that our voice matters to potentially influence the future of America. Increase Latino voter turnout by helping them understand that their vote has value and that it greatly matters.

About Glenn Llopis

Glenn Llopis (pronounced 'yō-pēs) is a second generation Cuban-American. He is a business consultant that focuses on bringing business transformation through the immigrant perspective on business leadership to Fortune 500 companies. Founder of the Center for Hispanic Leadership Glenn is the author of Earning Serendipity, 4 Skills for Creating and Sustaining Good Fortune in Your Work and The Six Reasons Why Hispanic Leadership Will Save America's Corporations. He speaks frequently on issues concerning the global workplace, Hispanic Leadership, helping employees find new purpose, innovation, and maintaining ethical leadership.

The son of Cuban immigrants who were victims of Castro's revolution, Glenn combines an immigrant's perspective, and a UCLA education, with fast-tracked years at the Gallo Wine Company, Norway Seafoods, and Sunkist were he became the youngest executive in the company's 100-year history. Since his days in Corporate America, Glenn has parlayed his executive and organizational experience into successful innovative business ventures.

Glenn is a contributing leadership writer for Forbes, Huffington Post and Aol Latino. He is also a Board member for the University of Southern California Society and Business Lab and is a regular Renaissance Weekend participant. Learn more about Glenn at: www.GlennLlopisGroup.com


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