Leaders of today preparing leaders of tomorrow.

NExt Event

Lunch 'n' Learn Series

Presents

Phyllis Gutiérrez Kenney

Fmr. Washington State Representative

 

Monday,  August 7th, 2017

11:30 AM – 1:00 PM

11:30-Lunch and Networking, 12:00-Program starts

 

This event is free to all, please bring your own lunch!

 

Department of Labor & Industries Auditorium

7273 Linderson Way SW, Tumwater WA 98501-5414


For more information contact our leadership:

Juan Alaniz - Chair

Marlene White - Co-Chair

Washington State Latino Leadership Network

 

About Us

The Washington State Latino Leadership Network (LLN) is a group of state government employees who believe that through networking and professional development we strengthen our workforce and support succession planning.  We are passionate about creating a better future for the next generation.

Mission

To provide professional development of its members through networking, training, mentoring, and coaching opportunities.

Vision

Create a workforce that reflects the populations that we serve, at all levels of state government, in order to better serve the citizens of our state.

Membership

The Latino Leadership Network is an inclusive group open to all Latino state employees and interested parties. Everyone is welcome.

Leadership

The Latino Leadership Network is run by a chair and a co-chair who guide the work of the group under the direction of the executive sponsor.

Goals

  • Promote professional development and leadership opportunities of state employees through:
    • Sharing training and educational opportunities
    • Hosting training and networking events for LLN members and guests
  • Improve access to promotional opportunities by
    • Sharing employment announcements for state jobs
    • Mentoring and coaching members
  • Assist in the recruitment of well-qualified Latinos for state government positions
  • Represent the interests of the Latino community within our scope of work

Previous LLN Lunch 'n' Learn Series

Liquor and Cannabis Board Director, Rick Garza and Secretary of State, Kym Wyman