Harvard Latino Alumni Alliance

Mission Statement

The mission of the Harvard Latino Alumni Alliance (HLAA) is to develop a network and sense of community among current and future Harvard alumni who self-identify as Latina/o and reside or work in the United States, to increase Latino representation throughout the University and to encourage Latino alumni involvement in University alumni activities and affairs.

Goals

Promote, build, and maintain a national network of Harvard Latino alumni;

Enhance the visibility and promote the advancement of Harvard Latino alumni;

Develop a sense of community among Latino alumni, faculty, staff, and students;

Encourage alumni involvement in University affairs that affect Latinos;

Facilitate alumni engagement with undergraduate and graduate Latino student communities through mentoring, community building, and other volunteer activities;

Assist the University in the recruitment and retention of Latino candidates for undergraduate and graduate programs, as well as tenured faculty and administrative positions; and

Increase institutional attention to academic study, research, and policy matters impacting the Latino population of the United States.​

Mission Statement

The mission of the Harvard Latino Alumni Alliance (HLAA) is to develop a network and sense of community among current and future Harvard alumni who self-identify as Latina/o and reside or work in the United States, to increase Latino representation throughout the University and to encourage Latino alumni involvement in University alumni activities and affairs.

Goals

Promote, build, and maintain a national network of Harvard Latino alumni;

Enhance the visibility and promote the advancement of Harvard Latino alumni;

Develop a sense of community among Latino alumni, faculty, staff, and students;

Encourage alumni involvement in University affairs that affect Latinos;

Facilitate alumni engagement with undergraduate and graduate Latino student communities through mentoring, community building, and other volunteer activities;

Assist the University in the recruitment and retention of Latino candidates for undergraduate and graduate programs, as well as tenured faculty and administrative positions; and

Increase institutional attention to academic study, research, and policy matters impacting the Latino population of the United States.​

Events

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