The Association of Hispanic and Latin American Students (AHLAS) is proud to announce the first ever Hispanic-Latin-American Conference at Yale School of Management. The theme of the conference is: Leading Through Uncertainty-What the U.S. can learn from Latin America.
Home to the second largest Spanish-speaking
population, the United States shares many important linkages with Latin America. Today, both regions face a paradox: tremendous growth opportunities in the face of increasing uncertainty. In this inaugural conference, attendees will engage with experts and practitioners in fields ranging from government to finance. The aim of the conference is to shed light on the conditions that are currently affecting both regions and highlight the opportunities and strategies that exist to navigate through challenges while still delivering value to various stakeholders.
The conference will consists of panels and lectures on the following topics:
*Governance: Latin America as a Model for Achieving Economic Growth under Uncertainty
*Immigration: How the Evolving Immigration Landscape Impacts Hispanic-Americans
*Education: Bridging the Achievement Gap to Drive Economic Prosperity
*Investment and Venture Capital: Factors that Drive Investment Decisions in LatAm
*Entrepreneurship: The Rapidly Growing Entrepreneurial Ecosystem Across LatAm
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