Join United Latinx Fund (ULF) on Wednesday, May 30 from 5:00PM - 8:00PM at Casa 0101 in Boyle Heights for the next installment of our Salón Series.
Kick off Pride season with five influential LGBT Latinx business leaders as they discuss emerging opportunities in LA's diverse job markets and how the LGBT and Latinx communities can take advantage of the forthcoming growth.
- Javier Angulo - Senior Director, Community Relations, Walmart
- Bamby Salcedo - President & CEO, TransLatina Coalition
- Nancy Mejia - Writer and Story Editor, Vida (Starz Network)
- Ana Sheila Victorino - Serial Tech Innovator and Entrepreneur
- Tony Moraga - VP, Manager of Social Impact, BBVA
Vivian Romero is an entrepreneur, small business owner, and job creator with a 20 year career as a music industry professional, including creating and producing the theme song for the Emmy and Golden Globe winning television show The Shield. Vivian is also the first openly LGBTQ Councilmember of Montebello and first openly LGBTQ Mayor. As a elected official and through her charitable enterprises, Vivian has worked to address homelessness, anti-bullying, domestic violence, defending and advancing reproductive rights, environmentalism, public safety and gun violence, economic revitalization and job creation, affordable health care and access for all to free, high-quality education. Vivian delights to inspire others, as she has been inspired, to break historic barriers and pave the way for change and opportunity.
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Los Angeles, CA 90033
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