Friday at 9 AM – 3 PM
USF – McLaren Conference Center
2130 Fulton St, San Francisco, California 94117
The University of San Francisco’s Stakeholder Community Forum Series presents the 4th Annual Latinas in Leadership Conference on January 26, 2018. This conference spotlights the innovative leadership that inspires, supports, and develops the success of the Latina-identified and Chicana-identified community.
This year the theme of the conference is “Demystifying and Rewriting Myths.” The theme centers the challenging, breaking, and rewriting of cultural myths that impact the personal trajectories of Latina and Latinx people. We invite attendees to join us in rewriting how we envision ourselves as part of a collective community.
Latinas in Leadership centers the lived experiences and leadership of Latinx and Latina identified people. We recognize the experiences of systemic oppression of people with marginalized genders. The “x” in Latinx asserts that not everyone identifies within the gender binary. This allows us to collectively consider the struggle and resilience of those in our communities that identify as transgender, non-binary, and genderqueer.
If you have any questions, contact the Office of Diversity & Community Outreach at firstname.lastname@example.org or (415) 422-2821.
Latinas in Leadership 2018 has reached capacity. If you are interested in being kept on the waitlist, please email email@example.com
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This event is hosted by USF’s Diversity Engagement and Community Outreach Office, donations will be accepted to help offset the costs of this event specifically. We are asking for donations ($5, $10, $20 – a little more or a little less) if you are able to help. No one will be turned away from this event based on ability to donate.
Please register at the link provided.