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Steve Adubato interviews President Montilla about the Biggest Issues Facing NJ’s Latino Population

Click here or on Image above to Watch Interview between Steve Adubato and Dr. Maria Teresa Montilla, LLANJ President. Maria Teresa Montilla, President of the Latino Leadership Alliance of NJ, discusses the biggest issues facing New Jersey’s Latino population and their efforts to engage the Latino community in public service. 11/1/16 #1915 Steve Adubato ON […]

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Registration Open for the Leadership Academy Class 2018

Dear Prospective Applicant, . Thank you for your interest in the Latino Leadership Academy (LALEA) Seminar. We feel that you will benefit from this 10-monthly sessions course as it is designed to simulate the intense nature of leadership. The LALEA has a proven track record of providing educational opportunities to enhance skills, knowledge, and abilities of emerging […]

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Seminar About the U.S. Two-Party System

Trenton, NJ (Saturday, December 10, 2016).– The Latino Leadership Academy (LALEA) held its seminar on US Two-Party System, on Saturday, December 10th at Rutgers School of Law – Center for Law & Justice, 123 Washington, Street Newark, NJ. The session included the history of the two-party system, the parties’ current structure, how the system works […]

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Latino Leadership Academy

Fellows of the Latino Leadership Academy  met on Saturday, December 10, 2016 at Rutgers School of Law. Trenton, NJ— In an unprecedented collaborative partnership, the Institute for Latino Studies (ILS) and the Latino Leadership Alliance of New Jersey (LLANJ) announce the launching of the Latino Leadership Academy, an intense 10-month course to train and develop […]

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Latinos and Presidential Elections 2016

Spanish Latinos and Presidential Elections 2016 by Dr. Maria Teresa Montilla President Printable copy: latinos-and-presidential-elections-2016 It matters not which party Latinos vote for Tuesday… November 5, 2016.— Hillary Clinton made history becoming the first woman to win a major party’s nomination; and is poised to make history, as she will likely become the first woman president of […]

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Fellows in DC

On Saturday, October 8, 2016, the Latino Leadership Alliance of New Jersey, the Institute for Latino Studies and the Dominican American National Roundtable joined efforts to host a free seminar about Values & Ethics in Public Service at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, DC. Led by seasoned public sector experts and practitioners, the seminar consisted […]

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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 […]

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Fellows Go to Washington For a Seminar on Values & Ethics in Public Service

LLANJ, ILS & DANR Collaborate to Make Seminar Happen On Saturday, October 8, 2016, the Latino Leadership Alliance of New Jersey, the Institute for Latino Studies and the Dominican American National Roundtable join efforts to host a free seminar about Values & Ethics in Public Service at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, DC. Led by seasoned public sector […]