Battling Systemic Racism: How Boards Can Have a Positive Impact - Part 2

Inside Americas Boardrooms
In Part 2 of our series on systemic racism, we discuss diversity and inclusion of the Latino/Hispanic community. Why does the largest ethnic minority in the US have such poor representation among corporate boards and leadership teams?

In this episode, Esther Aguilera, President & CEO of the Latino Corporate Directors Association (LCDA), and Roel Campos, Board Member with Regional Management Corp. and LCDA Chairman, discuss challenges for Latino/Hispanic professionals amid a broader landscape of systemic racism.

  • Why is the Latino/Hispanic population so underrepresented in the boardroom?
  • How is Latin/Hispanic racism similar or different from Afro-American or Asian?
  • What should boards be doing to change the status quo?

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