iOS app Android app

2012 Hispanic Voice Town Hall Tour

Latinos Must Begin to Respect and Trust One Another to Advance in America

Glenn Llopis | Posted 05.14.2012 | Latino Voices
Glenn Llopis

This is one example of why the Hispanic community is not advancing fast enough in America. We tend to silo ourselves rather than find ways to unite.

The 2012 Presidential Election Will be a Defining Moment for the Identity of Hispanics in America

Glenn Llopis | Posted 04.23.2012 | Latino Voices
Glenn Llopis

Hispanics are now voicing our opinions more powerfully than ever before as our concerns mount for the future of our children and our own well-being.

Why the Republican Primaries Are Like Your Workplace

Glenn Llopis | Posted 03.26.2012 | Latino Voices
Glenn Llopis

But survival mode takes over in more and more workplaces each day, as uncertainty looms and the future becomes unclear. What the candidates are doing one day will likely show up in your workplace the next.

Young Latinos are Ready to Lead their Local Communities to Build National Creditability

Glenn Llopis | Posted 03.20.2012 | Latino Voices
Glenn Llopis

Young Latinos are ready to take charge, and I couldn't be more excited. On January 11, I had the opportunity to launch the 2012 Hispanic Voice Town Hall Tour with an event in Santa Ana, California.

The Hispanic Identity Crisis Explains Why Hispanics Can't be Trusted

Glenn Llopis | Posted 03.18.2012 | Latino Voices
Glenn Llopis

The Hispanic community is in danger of losing its identity unless we give America reason to believe that we can trust ourselves and contribute to the revival of the US economy.

Hispanic Leadership in the Next Decade: We Must Unite to Have Sustainable Influence

Glenn Llopis | Posted 02.11.2012 | Latino Voices
Glenn Llopis

The successful recall of Russell Pearce in Arizona shows what a powerful political voice Hispanics can have when we work together.

The 2012 Election: The Hispanic's Defining Moment?

Glenn Llopis | Posted 02.03.2012 | Latino Voices
Glenn Llopis

It's time for Hispanics to develop a new enlightened form of leadership that embraces the survival, renewal and reinvention of America.