Latino Corporate Directors Association (LCDA) and TPG Host Leading Companies and Directors at Sixth Annual Meeting
WASHINGTON, November 2, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The Association of Directors of Latino Companies (LCDA), created to raise awareness and drive change around the lack of representation of Latino / aces on boards of directors, will hold its sixth annual virtual meeting of ACLC board leaders: The Future of Governance – The Rise of ESG, and BoardReady Institute, kick off 3-4 November 2021. Hosted by TPG, one of the world’s leading alternative asset companies, this invitation-only event will bring together over 300 CEOs, directors, C-level executives and other thought leaders to discuss key board issues, in particular The business case for diversity and inclusion of the board.
“The work LCDA is doing to raise awareness and accelerate progress around diversity on the board of directors is critically important, and they have been an early partner in shaping our own approach to the subject,” said Jon winkelried, CEO of TPG, and Jim coulter, co-founder and executive chairman of TPG. “We are closely aligned with LCDA’s mission to make boards of directors more representative of America today and as a partner of more than 250 companies, we believe we are uniquely positioned to influence a positive change, especially with regard to DCI. We have participated in LCDA hosting events every year since 2017 and are proud to host this year the virtual board leaders meeting. “
For the sixth year since the inception of the annual convocation, the LCDA will host a unique peer learning and networking event designed for LCDA members who will be joined by our corporate, private equity and corporate partners. research.
Leading the discussion, the President and CEO of LCDA, Esther Aguilera, plans to build on the momentum of the organization next year: “We have made progress in advancing the needle. In 2022, we’ll double our efforts to make sure Latinos aren’t left behind and have a seat at the table. LCDA leads with talent, and our progress on board diversity will be enhanced by our strong and growing workforce of experienced directors and future executives.
The host of the event, TPG Co-founder and executive chairman, Jim coulter, and CEO, Jon winkelried, are guest speakers at the event. During a special conversation by the fireside, Rick hernandez – President, Inter-Con Security Systems; Chair, Mcdonalds Corp .; Director: Chevron Corp., will be recognized as Distinguished Director of the Year by LCDA. Other prominent speakers and panelists include:
- Oscar Munoz – Former CEO and Executive Chairman, United Airlines Holdings; Director: Archer Aviation, CBRE, Univision
- Jessica alba – Founder and Creative Director, The Honest Company
- Paul knopp, CEO, KPMG USA
- Aida Allvarez – Director: HP Inc, Fastly, Oportun, Stride Inc.
- Enrique Lorès – President and CEO, HP Inc .; Director: PayPal Holdings
- Fernando Aguirre – former Chairman, President and CEO, Chiquita Brands International, Inc .; Director: Barry Callebaut AG, CVS Health Corp., Synchrony Financial
- Richard edelman – CEO, Edelman
- Chip Bergh – President and CEO, Levi Strauss & Co .; Director: HP Inc.
- Aditya Bhave – Senior Global Economist, Merrill Lynch, Bank of America
- Hayden Brown – President and CEO, Upwork
- Adela Cepeda – Chair, Investors from Angeles; Director: BMO Financial Group, Pathway Funds, Mercer Funds, UBS Funds
- Tony Ibarguen – CEO and President, Quench United States; Administrator: Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia cream; Insight Enterprises, Inc.
- Guillermo Diaz – President, HITEC; CEO, Kloudspot; Director; Blue shield California
- Margo Georgiadis – Former CEO of Ancestry; Director: AppLovin Corp., Mcdonalds Corp.
- Raul Vazquez – CEO Oportun, Director: Intuit
“The LCDA convocation will highlight Latino corporate leadership, raise awareness and foster dialogue on the need to increase Latino representation in the boardroom. Latinos are the most under-represented racial or ethnic group in the boardroom. boardroom and LCDA’s mission is to nurture the abundant talent and business expertise that our community has to offer, ”said Roel Campos, chairman of the board of directors of the LCDA and former commissioner of the SEC.
“Diversity is an essential foundation for board excellence,” added Susan angel, Senior Advisor at KPMG’s Board Leadership Center; Member of the board of directors of the Latino Corporate Directors Educational Foundation (LCDEF). “KPMG’s Board Leadership Center is proud to support LCDA as it strives to improve the visibility of the value Latino directors currently add to corporate boards, as well as the extraordinarily strong pool of talent within. boards of directors.
For more information on LCDA and to learn more about corporate partnership opportunities, please visit www.latinocorporatedirectors.org
ABOUT THE LATIN COMPANY DIRECTORS ASSOCIATION
The Latino Corporate Directors Association (LCDA) is a leading national organization that promotes diversity at C-levels and the board of directors to maximize business success. LCDA serves as an advocate and resource for boards of directors, research firms, private equity and institutional investors interested in accessing exceptional Latin American talent. Our program areas focus on growing the supply of high caliber candidates for boards of directors and providing quality corporate governance programs for experienced and aspiring directors.
TPG is a leading global alternative asset company founded in San Francisco in 1992 with $ 108 billion in assets under management and investment and operational teams in 12 offices around the world. TPG invests in five multi-product platforms: Capital, Growth, Impact, Real Estate and Market Solutions. TPG aims to create dynamic products and options for its clients while instituting discipline and operational excellence in its investment strategy and portfolio performance. For more information visit www.tpg.com or @TPG on Twitter.
Contact: Monique Navarro, LCDA Director of Communications, (915)790-7788
SOURCE Association of Directors of Latino Companies