Monday, September 11 | 11:30 a.m. until 1:00 p.m.
A Discussion with Mayors: Cities and the Quest for Equity in America
This discussion will focus on the role of cities as key drivers in the quest for equity in our society. Cities have long been staging areas for upward mobility, but could contribute even more if approached with intentionality and strategy. In an era in which the traditional Federal mission of addressing inequality is stalled and states are impeded by budget realities, it falls to local governments to address these important subjects. Cities are at the epicenter of so many dimensions of inequality issues: demographic changes, the new economy, education and training, spatial patterns, race and immigration, and concentrated poverty. What are current best practices in cities for promoting these objectives and what are future prospect for progress?
– The Honorable Henry Cisneros, Founder & Chairman, CityView; Chairman of the Executive Committee & Principal, Siebert Cisneros Shank; Former U.S. HUD Secretary and former Mayor of San Antonio, TX
– The Honorable Ron Nirenberg, Mayor of San Antonio, TX
Location: Atrium Hall
Tuesday, September 12 | 12:15 p.m. until 1:45 p.m.
Latino Influence in the Sports Industry Luncheon
The recent World Baseball Classic (WBC) brought to the mainstream an important fact about American sports: Latinos are influencing the business and culture of sports in many ways—as athletes who exhibit their culture proudly, passionate fans who drive television ratings, merchandise and ticket sales, and entrepreneurs who are seeking opportunities in the lucrative industry. Learn more about how Latinos continue to shape the sports industry during this lively luncheon.
Session Chair: Congressman Adriano Espalliat
– Jorge Castillo, Washington Post Baseball Reporter
– Eduardo Perez, ESPN
– Rodrigo Fernández, Managing Director of MLB Mexico Office
Location: Atrium Hall
Wednesday, September 13 | 11:30 a.m. until 1:30 p.m.
Leadership Awards Luncheon (By invitation only)
Join us as we recognize the outstanding accomplishments of Latino leaders. CHCI will honor CHCI Board of Director Rudy Beserra, Vice President for Latin Affairs at Coca Cola, with the CHCI Pioneer Award and honor Susan I. Santana, Assistant Vice President, Federal Relations for AT&T with the 2017 Medallion of Excellence for a Distinguished Alumnus.
– Congressman Joaquin Castro, Chair, Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute
– Keith McCoy, ExxonMobil, Senior Director, Federal Relations
– Adrian Molina, Co-Director of “Coco”, The Walt Disney Company
– Amilcar Guzman, National President, CHCI Alumni Association
– Rudy Beserra, Vice President for Latin Affairs, The Coca-Cola Corporation
– Susan I. Santana, Assistant Vice President, Federal Relations, AT&T
Location: Independence Ballroom A-D, Marriott Marquis
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