Latina Equal Pay Day Is November 20th

Empowering Latinx Professionals and Entrepreneurs with Access.

 

“Latinas are among the most adversely affected by the gender pay gap. They are are paid just 54 cents for every dollar earned by white, non-Hispanic men.

Labor Council for Latin American Advancement 2019 Report on Latina Workers in the Nation

 

The “Latinx Effect”

The growing importance of hispanic americans in the U .S. Economy is attracting increasing attention from economists and other analysts. Latinos are growing as a proportion of the workforce, and the latino population is younger, more likely to be employed and, by many measures, more entrepreneurial than the population overall. Prior studies have assembled a broad array of data and analysis to demonstrate the importance of latinos to America’s current and future prosperity – a phenomenon sometimes referred to as the “Latinx Effect.”

 

Workshop Format

Our programming will move beyond traditional panel discussions, as we will be offering workshops hosted at different venue- sponsored locations (2 consecutive workshops per venue) throughout New York City. Hosting partners and sponsors represent Fortune 500 companies, government agencies, non-profit organizations and start-up tech businesses. The Summit will close with a centralized Networking Reception for registered attendees at Cedric’s at The Shed at Hudson Yards.

 

Workshop Areas

  • FinTech
  • Regulatory/Due Diligence
  • Government Contracts
  • MWBE Certification
  • SBA Certification
  • WBENC Certification
  • Professional Development
  • C-Suite Development
  • Diversity & Inclusion
  • Cryptocurrency
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Cybersecurity
  • Access to Capital
  • Public Speaking
  • Supplier Diversity Pipeline
  • Financial Health
  • Health & Wellness

WORKSHOPS

Workshop timeframes: Part I: 1:00-3:00 p.m. and Part II: 3:15-5:00 p.m.

LinkedIn HQ

350 5th Ave.
  • Part I: “Rock Your Brand” with Carla Martinez-Cuevas and “Creating Storytelling Magic” with Yai Vargas Founder/CEO of The Latinista
  • Part II: “Confident Public Speaking” Minue Yoshida, Author and Public Speaking Coach

Barclays HQ ​

745 7th Avenue
  • Part I: “Sustainability, Diversity & Inclusion & Impacts to Our Communities”
  • Part II: “Building Connectivity in Supplier Diversity for 2020”

AARP-NY

750 Third Avenue
  • Parts I and II: Parts I and II: “Living Longer, Living Smarter ” by Maggie Castro, Associate State Director, Hispanic Outreach – Aging and planning together; bring a parent, an abuela or any family member or friend, as we are never too young or too mature to plan for our futures!

RISE FinTech

750 Third Avenue
  • Part I: “Design Thinking to Business Development” – a customer-centered process that both startups and large corporations use to prototype and develop their products and branding.
  • Part II: ““2020 Latinx Venture Capital Lead Plan” offers an inside look on what you need to know about available asset classes and emerging trends, strategies on partnerships, and how to close deals with investors, social impact drivers, angel investors, and others in the investment community. Speakers: Cheryl Campos, Principal at Republic.

Barclays HQ

745 7th Avenue
  • Parts I & II – C-suite Development – “What is your value proposition?” by Bill Ehrhardt, CEO Group Chair, Vistage Worldwide
    *By invitation only

These are just a few of the amazing workshops and partners featured at #LatinxSummitNYC!

On National Latina Equal Pay Day,  November 20, 2019,

Craft Your Roadmap for Success in 2020!