“We’re pleased that the President of the United States will be joining our nation’s Latino leadership at this historic event,” said Sylvia R. Garcia, NALEO President. “With the changing demographics and the growing Latino population, this conference is an opportunity for the President to address key elected officials and leaders regarding the Administration’s efforts to address the unique issues and challenges facing the Latino community today.”
The address will occur during a three-day convention of nearly 1,000 Latino public officials working at all levels of government in communities across the nation. Conference participants will join political and policy leaders for panel discussions on education, health, financial empowerment, broadband adoption and the growing clout of Latino voters in American politics.
“Our Hispanic officials represent millions of Americans across the country,” said Juan C. Zapata, NALEO Educational Fund Chairman. “With so much at stake this year, the NALEO membership is eager to hear from the President about his priorities and the actions his administration has taken on behalf of Hispanics and all Americans.”
For information about the conference and registration, please visit the NALEO conference website at: http://www.naleo.org/
NALEO 29th Annual Conference
NALEO, the leadership organization of the nation's more than 6,000 Latino elected and appointed officials.
June 21 – 23, 2012
Friday, June 22
Fantasia Ballroom G and H
1:00 – 2:00 PM
Address by the President of the United States
President Barack H. Obama
Disney's Contemporary Resort
4600 North World Drive
Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830
Advance registration is required. To register, please contact Amanda Bosquez at email@example.com or by phone at (202) 546-2536 ext. 12.
Please be advised that members of the press MUST present credentials (including a photo ID) at the time of registration on-site in order to receive event materials and press passes.
The National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (NALEO) is the leadership organization of the nation's more than 6,000 Latino elected and appointed officials.