AMA-USA 2023 Annual Conference: "Leading Through Civic Engagement"

Fri Jun 23 2023 at 11:00 am to Sat Jun 24 2023 at 06:30 pm

Mexican Cultural Institute | Washington

American Mexican Association
Publisher/HostAmerican Mexican Association
AMA-USA 2023 Annual  Conference: "Leading Through Civic Engagement"
Join us at the only national conference for and by leaders of Mexican origin in the U.S. to network and promote our vast contributions.
About this Event

AMA-USA is a national non-profit organization founded in 2018 by a group of Mexican American leaders across diverse sectors in the United States. Its mission is to connect communities of Mexican origin under one unified and collaborative network.

Our members are Mexican and Mexican American leaders as well as friends of Mexico, who are interested in empowering Mexican communities across the country. We work hard to disseminate information regarding the economic, social, and cultural contributions of Mexicans and people of Mexican origin who live in the United States, thereby promoting a positive image of our communities.

AMA-USA’s over 700 members include doctors, lawyers, businesspeople, deans, students, architects, community organizers, political strategists, and more. Together, we represent a growing community of over 40 million people whose purchasing power exceeds $800 billion dollars per year.

Join us for a full-day networking and leadership event to discuss the challenges, best practices, and significant contributions of Latinos, as well as learn how to best engage with the communities we proudly serve. The objective of this conference is twofold: 1) to provide a venue that brings together Mexican American leadership at the national level, and 2) to serve as a platform to promote our contributions to the country and share valuable information, tools, and resources for our member’s professional and leadership development.

We have an exciting agenda prepared. And will be discussing diverse topics such as:

  • Resources and tools for small businesses and civil society organizations
  • Transforming mass narratives around our communities
  • The importance of representation in politics, business, and leadership positions
  • Promoting healthy communities through mental health, environmental justice, and wealth creation
  • How to embrace and promote biculturalism
  • And much more!

Register soon because space is limited.


Event Venue & Nearby Stays

Mexican Cultural Institute, 2829 16th Street Northwest, Washington, United States


USD 30.00 to USD 250.00

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