Our Class of 2017 ELLAs have graduated!

Posted on Jul 28, 2017 in News

This past Saturday, elected officials, community leaders, family members, Latina Coalition founders and membership came together to commemorate the dedication, hard work, and passion of 11 incredible women. Congratulations to our Engaged Latina Leadership Activist (ELLA) program graduates! What set this years graduation apart from the rest? – Our first-ever corporate sponsor for graduation – […]

2017 Annual Sisterhood Brunch

Posted on May 16, 2017 in Events, News

Sun, June 4, 2017 9:30 AM – 1:00 PM PDT The Westin San Jose Hotel 302 South Market Street San Jose, CA 95113 Early Bird $65 General $750 ELLA $55 Amiga Table Sponsor $750 Community Advocate $1,500 LCSV Ambassador $3,000 Sponsorship Details & Register Here! Celebrate with us as we host our annual Sisterhood Brunch […]

Latina Coalition’s 2016 Voting Guide

Posted on Oct 17, 2016 in News

The Latina vote is more important in this election year than ever before. With initiatives on the ballot affecting housing, transportation access, education, health, and countless other issues of importance to our families, it is critical for us to stand together for the issues that will most directly affect our community. The Latina Coalition Board […]

Latina Coalition of Silicon Valley Names Teresa Alvarado as the “2016 Sisterhood Award” Recipient

Posted on Aug 25, 2016 in News

San Jose, Calif., June 23, 2016 – Latina Coalition of Silicon Valley is pleased to announce Teresa Alvarado as the 2016 Sisterhood Award recipient. The Sisterhood Award is presented annually to honor the commitment and contributions made to Latina Coalition. The award will be presented at Latina Coalition’s Sisterhood Brunch on Sunday, June 26. Teresa’s vision, […]

Kicking off the ELLA 2016 Class!

Posted on Mar 13, 2016 in ELLA, News

Each year, Engaged Latina Leadership Program (ELLA) participants, partake in a 3-day intensive working retreat where they have the opportunity to disconnect, recharge and grow. Some of the highlights from the retreat include the Conocimiento, which gave the ELLAs an opportunity to be vulnerable and get to know each other. On Saturday, March 27 Teresa Alvarado discussed how Latina Coalition […]

Announcing: Partnership with Lean In Latinas!

Posted on Jan 24, 2016 in News

What is Lean In Latinas? The mission of Lean In Latinas is to provide a platform of encouragement and support for Latinas in the workplace to achieve higher levels of performance. Discussions provide confidence building, idea exchange, and inspiration. Recently, a colleague asked me if the Lean in Latinas circle was exclusive to Latinas and […]

Press Release: Latina Coalition celebrates 16 years at annual Sisterhood Brunch Fundraiser

Posted on Jul 9, 2015 in News

Latina Coalition celebrates 16 years at annual Sisterhood Brunch Fundraiser With great pride and an outpouring of community support, on Sunday, June 14, 2015, Latina Coalition celebrated 16 years in the community at the annual Sisterhood Brunch Fundraiser at the St. Claire Hotel in Downtown San Jose. This year’s brunch brought in over 100 guests […]

Language of Leadership Workshop Presented by Stanford’s Clayman Institute for Gender Research

Posted on Jun 28, 2015 in Events, News

Latina Coalition Silicon Valley is honored to present Language of Leadership, a professional development workshop offered by Stanford’s Clayman Institute and the Center for the Advancement of Women’s Leadership—where their mission is to offers talks and workshops with an aim to empower women, engage men and create effective organizations. The workshop focuses on helping women understand how language can shape perceptions of leadership.  […]

Event Recap: Membership Appreciation Mixer

Posted on Mar 26, 2015 in Events, News

On Wednesday, March 11, we invited our membership to the Capital Club to celebrate with us and we were overjoyed with the amazing turnout of members (and we were so happy to welcome so many new members!) A huge thank you goes out to all those that attended, as well as KQED for being our […]