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Latino Speakers Bureau

Working to uplift diverse Latino voices from across the country and ensure
accurate representation across the public and private sectors.


Founder & Executive Director, Project Pulso

Liz Rebecca Alarcón

Liz Rebecca Alarcón is a social entrepreneur and political analyst. She's the Founder & Executive Director of Pulso, an outlet that shares Latino history you didn't learn in school and commentary you won't find anywhere else. Liz's writing and commentary on Latin America and Latinos in the U.S. has been featured on MSNBC, USA Today, Time Magazine, Newsweek, The Atlantic, The Miami Herald & El Nuevo Herald, among others. She's a former Fulbright Scholar to Costa Rica and an alum of the University of Miami and the School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University.  Liz Rebecca lives in Miami with her husband, Julián, their daughter, Eva, and unnecessarily large dog, Papriko.

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VP of Communications, NextGen America

Antonio Arellano

Antonio Arellano is a modern civil rights leader, currently serving as the Vice President of Communications at NextGen America, the country's largest youth voting mobilization organization. Antonio oversees the implementation of a national strategy to increase the progressive power of young Americans in politics, advancing the organization's priority issues including economic equity, climate justice, and voting rights.


Executive Director, Inclusive Action for the City

Rudy Espinoza

Rudy Espinoza is the Executive Director of Inclusive Action for the City, a community development organization designing innovations to responsibly revitalize low-income, urban areas. At Inclusive Action, he leads advocacy efforts in support of the working poor and microfinance programs that support microentrepreneurs.

Rudy specializes in designing economic development initiatives in low-income communities, researching the informal economy, building private/nonprofit partnerships, and training the working poor to participate in the socioeconomic revitalization of their neighborhoods.


President, The Children’s Partnership

Mayra E. Alvarez, MHA

Mayra E. Alvarez, MHA, is President of The Children’s Partnership, a nonprofit advocacy

organization working to advance child health equity by ensuring all children have the resources and opportunities they need to grow up healthy and thrive. In 2021, she was named by President Biden to the COVID-19 Health Equity Task Force. In 2023, she was nominated by California Governor Gavin Newsom to serve on the Covered California Board of Directors, and in 2019, to serve on the Early Childhood Policy Council. Since 2017, Ms. Alvarez has served on the California Mental Health Services Oversight and Accountability Commission (MHSOAC), nominated by Attorney General Rob Bonta in 2021 and previously by then-Attorney General

Xavier Becerra in 2017.


Executive Director, Good Neighbor Settlement House

Astrid Dominguez

Astrid Dominguez is a Brownsville native and resident, first-generation immigrant and fronteriza.  She is the current Executive Director of Good Neighbor Settlement House, a multi service non-profit dedicated to serve community members in need, particularly unsheltered people, low-income residents, and migrants.

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