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Wednesday, April 6 • 1:45pm - 3:10pm
The Latino Brand in Disarray Town Hall

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55 million strong yet absent in key debates of our time. While other minority groups have at least one strong leader that represents the community as a whole, Latinos lack such leadership. In this session, a group of panelists will take a critical look at the Latino Brand and address viable options on how to resolve the lack of leadership, attempting to identify the next Cesar Chavez. Time for Q&A will be set aside at the end of the session.

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Eduardo Caballero

Chairman, Caballero Television
Eduardo Caballero is a broadcast pioneer with over 40 years of experience in Spanish-language radio and television. | Mr. Caballero, is a native of Sagua de Tánamo, Cuba. Graduated from the University of Havana’s School of Diplomatic Relations in 1953 and, in 1956, from the University José Martí (Havana), with a Doctorate in Law. | He began his career in Spanish broadcasting in 1962, the first Hispanic to hold the... Read More →
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Cathy Hackl

Emmy-nominated broadcaster
Cathy Hackl is a Costa Rican-American,  Emmy-nominated broadcaster turned public relations professional & social media strategist. She is helping brands from across the globe with their Periscope and live streaming strategy through her consulting business, Globally Social. Hackl is the co-creator of Live Video Campus™ and the former director of Periscope Community Summit. She was recognized by Onalytica as one of 2015's top 50... Read More →
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Juan Carlos Lopez

Anchor and Senior Correspondent, CNN en Español
Juan Carlos López is Anchor and Senior Correspondent for CNN en Español in Washington D.C. López has collaborated as a reporter for CNN since 1993. He anchors Directo USA, a daily show that airs from 6-7pm ET from Monday to Friday. Directo USA covers the headlines generating the most interest in the U.S., with in-depth interviews and analysis on how they will affect viewers throughout the Americas.  In addition... Read More →
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Janet Murgia

President and CEO, National Council of La Raza
As someone who has experienced the promise of the American Dream firsthand, Janet Murguía has devoted her career in public service to opening the door to that dream to millions of American families. Now, as a key figure among this generation of leaders in the Latino community, she continues this mission as President and CEO of the National Council of La Raza (NCLR), the largest national Hispanic civil rights and advocacy organization... Read More →
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Alex Nogales

President & CEO, National Hispanic Media Coalition (NHMC)
Elected President of the NHMC in the late nineties, Alex Nogales has tirelessly advocated for the Latino community. Under Nogales’ leadership, the NHMC has filed over fifty petitions to deny broadcast licenses with the Federal Communication Commission (FCC).  As leader of one of the more visible organizations under the umbrella of the National Latino Media Council (NLMC), for which NHMC acts as secretariat and staff, Alex was... Read More →
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Jorge Plasencia

República, Co-founder, chairman and CEO
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Manny Ruiz

CEO and Founder, Hispanicize

Wednesday April 6, 2016 1:45pm - 3:10pm
Grand Ballroom

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