Frequently Asked Questions
Note: For general information, please contact Tracey Ordonez at Tracey@thelatinocoalition.com or 949.200.6844.
What is The Latino Coalition?
Who should join The Latino Coalition?
In addition to our incredible networking events, access to contracts, training and discounts on business goods and services, TLC members are represented in the halls of government and in the national media by an organization that operates under a clear philosophy: When it comes to small business, government’s role is to create the best possible environment for success.
For more information on joining TLC as a small-business member, please contact Tracey Ordonez at Tracey@thelatinocoalition.com or 949.200.6844.
If you are a corporate leader who would like to be part of the work we do, your opportunity is unique, but also urgent.
The only way for Hispanic entrepreneurs’ message to break through is with your help. The reality is that small-business owners do not have the time or the resources to engage in the influence and advocacy competition. They are simply too busy running their businesses, making payroll, and raising their families.
As a partner of The Latino Coalition, your company has a unique opportunity to turn up the volume on the voice of the most exciting economic sector in the U.S. today: Hispanic entrepreneurs.
For more information on joining TLC as a corporate partner, please contact Prisma Soto at email@example.com or (949) 200-6845.
Who is the Chairman of The Latino Coalition?
See Chairman Barreto’s full bio here.
To schedule a meeting with Mr. Barreto, please contact Tracey Ordonez at Tracey@thelatinocoalition.com or 949.200.6844.
What happens at TLC events?
In 2017 and 2018 alone, TLC events included speakers such as President Donald Trump, Vice President Mike Pence, Treasury Secretary Wilbur Ross, Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao, Labor Secretary Alex Acosta, SBA Administrator Linda McMahon, Congressmen Peter Roskam, Sean Duffy, Carlos Curbello, Mario Diaz Balart and Will Hurd.
TLC will hold three signature events in 2019:
I'm a business owner who wants to join The Latino Coalition; who should I contact?
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