Mestiza Leadership International
Juana Bordas


Juana Bordas
Inspirational Speaker, Best Selling Multicultural Leadership Author of "Salsa, Soul, and Spirit" and "The Power of Latino Leadership"
President of MLI
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 Future 2014 Events:

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Podcast Interview - Latino Talk

October 28 Online Podcast

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Juana Bordas is interviewed by Ray Collazo, host of Latino Talk of Ray Podcast Network. He interviews her about her multicultural leadership experitice. Join leadership expert Juana Bordas on this interesting podcast.

The Rays Podcast Network is an online Podcast/Radio On-Demand & multi-media Platform dedicated to providing informative and entertaining content on the hottest topics impacting us from a Latino perspective.

Rays Podcast Network’s podcasts, live online radio shows, blogs, videos, social media content, products and services address personal development/leadership, career, culture, Latina empowerment, politics and sports.

Listen to the podcast here!

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Latino Policy Forum 2014 Annual Breakfast Speaker

October 28. Chicago, Illinois

Latino Policy Forum Banner

Join Juana Bordas award-winning author of The Power of Latino Leadership: Culture, Inclusion, and Contribution and Salsa, Soul and Spirit: Leadership for a Multicultural Age in a discussion on how Latinos are transforming America - with their inclusive values, political engagement, and entrepreneurial spirit.

Buy tickets online HERE.

The Latino Policy Forum is the only organization in the Chicago area that facilitates the involvement of Latinos at all levels of public decision-making. The Latino Policy Forum strives to improve education outcomes, advocate for affordable housing, promote just immigration policies, and engage diverse sectors of the community. It does this by conducting analysis to inform, influence, and lead, all with an understanding that advancing Latinos advances a shared future.

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Union University Board of Trustees Meeting

October 30 - Cincinnati, Ohio

Union University of Cincinnati Board of trustees

Juana Bordas will be joining Union Institute & University’s Board of Trustees Meeting.
Members are selected for their commitment to theUniversity’s purpose and mission.
They are active and involved participants in the governance of the institution, and committed to its growth and development.  The University Board of Trustees meets four times each year in January, April, July, and October.

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Adelante Fund 2014 Awards Gala

November 3. San Antonio, Texas

Adelante Fund

Juana Bordas, as a multicultural leadership expert, was invited to the 2014 Awards Gala.

The 2014 Awards Gala is the Grand Finale of the Leadership Institute & Recruitment Expo. It brings together the wonderful people who support our work, and gives us the opportunity to honor America’s top Hispanic college talent as they prepare to embark on their professional journeys.

This year, Adelante celebrates its 15th Anniversary as a non-profit organization. In this short period of time, we have partnered with 70 colleges and universities across the United States, served thousands of college students and their families through our National Leadership Institute, Regional Conferences, Parent Events, and awarded almost $2 million dollars in scholarships to date.  On a daily basis, Adelante continues to see life trajectories begin to change as the result of a conversation, a workshop, a scholarship, an internship, or a connection   all efforts to ensure the future success of tomorrow’s leaders.

Our Awards Gala gives us a chance to recognize guests who have played a critical role in making our work possible for the deserving Hispanic college students we serve. Without our sponsors and advocates, we wouldn’t be able to continue the important work we do.

Everyday, Adelante strives to ensure students have the resources, support and opportunities to graduate from college and become the best they can be.

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University of Illinois

November 5. Chicago, Illinois

Juana will present a multicultural leadership speech at the University of Illinois

  • UIC has a higher percentage of Latino and African American students than any Big 10 university. We rank 26th in MA degrees awarded to Latinos and African Americans.
  • One quarter of UIC undergraduate students identify themselves as Asian American.
  • UIC ranks among top U.S. medical schools in African American and Latino physicians.
  • Since 1989, UIC has doubled our African American, Latino, and Native American tenured and tenure-track faculty. Fourteen percent of faculty are Asian American/Pacific Islander.

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Latino Policy Forum Leadership Academy

November 12 - 14. Chicago, Illinois

Juana Bordas will be teaching at the Latino Policy Forum Leadership Program.

The Illinois Latino Nonprofit Leadership Academy is an intensive nine-month program consisting of leadership workshops, on-site consulting, mentoring, and coaching for individuals who work for Latino nonprofit organizations throughout Illinois. The Academy provides an opportunity for two individuals -an executive-level and an emerging leader - from up to 10 selected organizations to build personal and organizational leadership skills. Individual participants affiliated with Latino-serving nonprofits are invited to apply as well. Participants complete a series of three retreat sessions, receive one-on-one technical assistance and mentoring tailored to their organizations’ needs, and enjoy networking opportunities with an Academy alumni network of more than 80 local nonprofit leaders. The program runs August-May of each year; applications for year 7 will be accepted spring of 2015.


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