The Latino Leadership Alliance interviews first gubernatorial candidate  

He vowed to be a partner in advocating for Latino issues, and expressed willingness and good disposition to work closely with LLANJ in addressing priorities such as education, fair political representation, economic development and immigration. VIDEO Trenton, NJ.— The Latino Leadership Alliance of New Jersey (LLANJ), the oldest & largest state-wide organization advocating for the […]


NEXT LLANJ BOARD OF DELEGATES MEETING Saturday, January 21, 2017, 9:00AM Rutgers School of Law 123 Washington Street, Newark, NJ Public Session Individuals interested in addressing the Board of Delegates and candidates for public office seeking support from LLANJ should contact us via or Meeting will be videotaped for our records.

Fellows feel appreciative for rewarding experience in Washington, DC

Click Here to Watch Brief Video “The objective is to train and expose these emerging leaders to most aspects of leadership and prepare them for effective and independent public service,” noted Dr. Maria Teresa Montilla, LLANJ President. On Saturday, October 8, 2016, the Latino Leadership Alliance of New Jersey, the Institute for Latino Studies and […]

LLANJ Board of Delegates Trimestral Meeting at Fairleigh Dickinson University in Hackensack

Contact: Néstor Montilla, Sr. Chief Communications Officer 732-249-0400 LLANJ Board of Delegates Trimestral Meeting at Fairleigh Dickinson University in Hackensack RSVP HERE According to its Bylaws, the LLANJ Board of Delegates shall hold trimestral meetings in New Jersey. LLANJ will hold its Saturday, June 25, 2016 -10am meeting at Fairleigh Dickinson University 150 Kotte Place, […]

Lissette Lebron, Administrative Coordinator, welcomes Latino Leadership Academy Fellows to the first session

The Latino Leadership Academy (LALEA) kicked off to a powerful start last Saturday, June 11, 2016th. Following welcome remarks from Administrator Assistant Lissette Lebron and Program instructions by Director Nestor Montilla,Sr., the class engaged in an interactive informational leadership development session by Dr. Maria Teresa Montilla. Mayor Wilda Diaz, formerly welcomed LALEA fellows to the […]