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The Chicago City Council Latino Caucus is made up of 13 Aldermen/Alderwomen who represent various diverse communities in the City of Chicago. 

Membership in the CCCLC is not limited to City Council Members  of Latino heritage, but rather is inclusive of aldermen/alderwomen whose population majority is Latino. 

This dynamic and diverse group of leaders provide the insight, direction and optimism needed to pursue its overall mission of representing the best interests of the Latino community.

The CCCLC strives to promote transformational policies and initiatives that positively impact and provide equity for all of Chicago’s diverse and culturally rich LatinX communities

The CCCLC believes in engaging and mobilizing the next generation of leaders from all industries. 

The Chicago Latino Caucus Foundation was founded to serve as a vehicle for improving access to higher education by way of scholarships, internships, and mentoring opportunities for Chicago’s Latino youth.

As a result, in 2019 the Chicago Latino Caucus Foundation launched it’s exclusive Leadership Academy to create a much needed talent pipeline to fulfill leadership gaps in both the public and private sectors. 

Loreta Ivette Trevino-Rivera, IHCC’s Senior Director, Business Development & Strategy, is a proud fellow of the CLCF Leadership Academy Class of 2020

Today’s virtual Graduation may not be the traditional celebration, however that will not stop us from celebrating. 

The Illinois Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (IHCC) is very proud of Ivette for her hard work and dedication to continue to serve our hispanic business community. 

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