More information about the rescheduled event will be available in the coming weeks.
Ongoing social unrest and persistent economic stagnation have dominated the political landscape in Latin America over recent months. With growing inequality and weakening democracy, discontentment among Latin America’s people is only on the rise.
Against this challenging backdrop, there’s a huge opportunity to unite the private sector, civil society organizations, governments, and other critical actors to work together to create a more prosperous outlook for the continent.
Concordia and Georgetown University’s Latin America Leadership Program (LALP) will convene emerging leaders, scholars, and social innovators, alongside private sector leaders and government officials, in Washington D.C. to share insights on the current socio-economic and geopolitical outlook in the Americas at large.
Featured speakers include Luis Alberto Moreno, President of the Inter-American Development Bank, and Lorenzo A. Mendoza, CEO of Empresas Polar, among others, who will spark conversations around:
About the Latin America Leadership Program:
Based in the Office of the Vice President for Global Engagement, Georgetown University’s LALP designs innovative education programs that connect and empower a new generation of socially responsible, innovative, and ethical leaders, active in the public and private sectors and civil society in order to create long-lasting and positive impact in Latin America. LALP aims to create deeper links between Georgetown University and the Latin American region in the pursuit of the university’s mission of teaching and service to the common good.