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Central Florida LCLAA Chapter Officers
Victor Sanchez (President)
304 Appaloosa Court Sanford FL 32773
(407) 924-1802
vjsanchez74@gmail.com


David Fernandez (Vice-President)
9973 Timber Oaks Court Orlando, Florida 32817
(407) 494-1572
davidafernandez@live.com


Mayra Uribe (Treasurer)
5319 Lake Jessamine Drive Orlando FL 32839
(407) 721-3433
mayrau2000@aol.com


Denise Diaz (Recorded Secretary)
231 East Colonial Drive Orlando FL 32801
(407) 451-2472
deediaz19@aol.com

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    President Address

    The Labor Council for Latin American Advancement is a 501( c) 3 non-profit that advances social, political, and economic justice for Hispanics throughout the Americans. LCLAA’s future reflects it’s more than 35 year history as an advocacy organization empowering Latino working families. Its policy platform and educational programs are based on a commitment to high standards in both the quality of the research that forms the foundation of its advocacy work and the estimated impact that changes in government policy will have on the welfare of the Latino Community. LCLAA’s work is based on a three-tiered approach promoting integration through community-building, leadership development, political empowerment and civic
    participation.

    Since its inception in 1972, LCLAA has been committed to bringing Labor, community leaders, political andpolicymakers together to forge an agenda of social change that not only benefits the Latino community, but the entire hemisphere. Because our unique position inside the house of Labor, LCLAA has been able to harness its training and discipline by organizing Hispanics both inside and outside of the labor movement. As we face a new era of demographic growth, the need of both the country and of the Hispanic community have broadened thus requiring a revitalized engagement that moves Latinos to become more deeply involved in policymaking and civic participation. LCLAA has unique capacity to not only increase the number of Latino voters and their civic engagement, but to also develop a pipeline of new leadership prepared to take tomorrow’s challenges.

    Through a combination of quality and objective policy research, pioneering solutions, and creative partnerships, LCLAA establishes new lines of problem-solving for government, Labor and society taking into account emerging trends and the unique need of burgeoning Hispanic demographics. LCLAA combines traditional organizing techniques with culturally-relevant approaches to bring together Latino leaders with labor, non-governmental organizations, and local political leadership. Using its educational programs and targeted training as a vehicle, LCLAA prepares the next generation of Latino labor, community, and political leaders.

    Since its inception, LCLAA changed the way we conduct campaigns and engage voters. Now, more than ever, we need to continue to build our strength so that we can continue to engage thousands of Latino volunteers to participate in activism, advocacy, and voter mobilization. In the election cycle, we have the chance t use our political muscle as a trusted messenger.