Building Communities And Partnerships For A Stronger America
About The Latino Coalition of Mexico
In fulfillment of the policy of internationalization for the Latino Coalition as expressed by its Chairman Hector Barreto, the nonprofit Latino Coalition of Mexico (Coalición Latina, A.C.) was legally incorporated in Guadalajara, Jalisco Mexico, on Friday March 7 of 2008.
This will allow the Latino Coalition legal representation, presence and also permit a host of activities in Mexico as an accredited non-profit.
The objectives of the Coalición Latina, A.C. are similar to those of its U.S. mother organization which has as its “primary mission, on behalf of its members, closely monitor public policy at the federal, state and local levels to determine its impact on the Latino communities” in this case not only throughout the U.S. but in México also, and to engage in public education campaigns on both sides of the border when warranted in the interest of generating a better binational environment for the generation of understanding, cultural exchange and the promotion of prosperity through the facilitation of business opportunities with a positive social impact.
Signatories of the charter at the event were Hector V. Barreto, Chairman of the Latino Coalition in the United States, J. Humberto Famania, Daniel Barreto, Alfonso Galindo Rodriguez, Alejandro Aceves Vidrio and Jorge Olivares.
Board of Directors:
Advisor for International Affairs:
Director “Chapter Estado De México”
Tourism & Public Relations
News and Media
Jose Luis Romero Hicks