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     2011 LULAC National Convention & Exposition

          82ND ANNUAL LULAC NATIONAL CONVENTION & EXPOSITION
                                              June 27—July 2, 2011
                                          Duke Energy Convention Center
                                                 Cincinnati, OH

The League of United Latin American Citizens invites you to participate in the 82nd Annual LULAC National
Convention & Exposition in Cincinnati, OH from June 27 through July 2, 2011. As the premier Hispanic
convention, the LULAC National Convention draws over 20,000 participants each year including the top leaders
from government, business, and the Hispanic community.

Make History: The LULAC Convention is an exciting, history-making convention, because it convenes the
national delegates of LULAC to discuss issues, set policies, and elect the organization’s national leaders. For this
reason, the LULAC Convention makes news and is covered by national and local media. It is the only convention
in which participants representing Hispanic communities from across the country determine the positions and
strategies of a national Hispanic organization.

Reach out to Hispanic America: The LULAC Convention is also well attended by major corporations who
recognize the importance of reaching out to national Hispanic leaders and influential community members directly.
There are opportunities to sponsor workshops and events, to showcase products and recruit Hispanic professionals
in the convention exhibit hall. In addition, all proceeds support the dedicated work of LULAC to improve the
quality of life for Hispanic Americans.

Federal Training Institute: The LULAC Convention hosts the LULAC Federal Training Institute (FTI), an
intensive and structured career development program for government and public sector employees. In partnership
with the OPM Management Development Center and the Graduate School, USDA, the Federal Training Institute
offers workshops and plenary sessions that enable mid and senior level government employees to enhance their
leadership skills and develop the Executive Core Qualifications required for entry to the Senior Executive Service.

FTI Youth and Collegiate Federal Careers Exploration Forum: A free fun-filled daylong event to showcase
career and employment opportunities in forensic science, aviation and aeronautics, criminal justice intelligence
available to middle, high school, college and university students. Expert presenters provide animated interactive
sessions that introduce students to resume writing, computer links, student programs, scholarships and internships

Career Fair: Emerging career opportunities, top companies, live interviews. Whether you are an employer looking
for top talent or a professional looking for your next job, you will want to attend the LULAC Career Fair. This three
day event features great jobs from over 250 top companies and federal agencies that are ready to hire.

College Fair: Your path to a higher education starts at the LULAC College Fair. More than 30 representatives from top
notch colleges and universities are anxious to talk with you about postsecondary opportunities at their institutions.

Youth Conference: The convention also hosts the LULAC Youth Conference—a three-day event for Hispanic youth,
featuring workshops and panel discussions education, career opportunities, community service and leadership.

Young Adults Conference: The Young Adult Conference features four-days of leadership development and policy
workshops for college students and young professionals.

About LULAC: Founded in 1929, the League of United Latin American Citizens is the nation’s oldest and largest
Hispanic organization. With thousands of members organized into more than 700 LULAC Councils in virtually every
state of the nation and in Puerto Rico, LULAC has tremendous outreach into the Hispanic community. With a rich history
of advocacy in civil rights, education, economic development, immigration and equal opportunity, LULAC is uniquely
positioned to lead the Hispanic community into the next millennium.

For More Information: For convention information and registration, contact the LULAC National Office at (202)
833-6130 or visit our website at: www.LULAC.org. Please join LULAC at the 2011 LULAC National Convention
and Exposition in Duke Energy Convention Center in Cincinnati, OH as we celebrate 82 years of service to the
Hispanic community.



               Cincinnati, OH • June 27—July 2, 2011
        2011 LULAC National Convention & Exposition

INFORMATION                          AGENDA
CONVENTION LOCATION                  Monday, June 27
                                     1 to 5 pm            Registration
Duke Energy Convention               8 to 5 pm            Federal Agency Pre-Conference Meeting
Center                               6 pm to 8 pm         Opening Reception
525 Elm Street
Cincinnati, OH 45202
513.419.7300                         Tuesday, June 28
                                     7 am to 12, 2 to 5   Registration
CONVENTION HOTELS                    9 am to 11:30 am     LULAC Federal Training Institute
Cancellations must be made one       Noon to 1:45 pm      Diversity Luncheon*
month prior to arrival to avoid      2 pm to 4:30 pm      LULAC Federal Training Institute
first night charges.                 5:30 to 7:30 pm      Federal Training Institute Reception*
Headquarters Hotel                   Wednesday, June 29
Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza
                                     7 to 12, 2 to 5  Registration
35 West Fifth Street
Cincinnati, OH 45202                 9 am to 11:30 am Federal Training Institute
$115.00-Single/Double                10 am to 11 am   Ribbon-cutting Ceremony and Exposition Opening
Tel: (513) 421-9100                  10 am to 5 pm    Exposition and Job Fair Open
Fax: (513) 421-4291                  Noon to 1:45 pm  Partnership Luncheon
Cut-off date: 6/1/2011               2 pm to 2:30 pm  National Assembly—Committee Assignments
www.cincinnati.hilton.com            2 pm to 4:30 pm  Federal Training Institute
                                     2:30 pm to 5 pm  Concurrent Seminars
Hyatt Regency Cincinnati
151 West 5th Street                  7 pm to 10 pm    Cincinnati Celebration
Cincinnati, OH 45202                 Thursday, June 30
$115.00-Single/Double
Tel: (513) 579-1234                  7 to 12, 2 to 5      Registration
Fax: (513) 354-4079                  7:30 am to 9 am      Armed Forces Awards Breakfast
www.cincinnati.hyatt.com             9 am to noon         Concurrent Seminars
                                     10 am to 7 pm        Exposition and Job Fair Open
Air Transportation: The              Noon to 2 pm         Unity Luncheon
following airlines will offer        2 pm to 5 pm         Concurrent Seminars
special discounts to our attendees
                                     6 pm to 8 pm         Youth Awards Banquet
American Airlines                    8:30 to 11:30 pm     Concierto de la Gente
Discount code: 3861BP                Friday, July 1
(800) 433-1790
www.aa.com                           7 to 12, 2 to 5      Registration
                                     7:30 am to 9 am      LNESC Breakfast
Continental                          9 am to noon         Concurrent Seminars
Offer Code: ZJNB638260               10 am to 4 pm        Exposition and Job Fair Open
(800) 468-7022                       9 am to 4 pm         Youth/Collegiate Career Forum
www.continental.com                  Noon to 2 pm         Women’s Luncheon
                                     2:30 pm to 4:30 pm   LULAC National Assembly Reconvenes
Delta
Offer Code: By Phone Only            6 pm to 7 pm         Presidential Reception
NM6BR                                7 pm to 11 pm        Presidential Awards Banquet
(800) 328-1111
                                     Saturday, July 2
Southwest Airlines                   8 am to 5 pm         LULAC National Assembly & Elections
(800) 435-9792                       7 pm to 9 pm         President’s Celebration
www.southwest.com




                  Cincinnati, OH • June 27—July 2, 2011
     2011 LULAC National Convention & Exposition

                                               REGISTRATION
Pre-registration forms will be accepted through June 1, 2011. After June 1, participants must register on-site.
Print or type the requested information below as you would like it to appear on your name badge:

Name _______________________________________________________________________________________

Title ________________________________________________________________________________________

Company/Agency _________________________________________________ Council # ____________________

Address ______________________________________________________________________________________

City _______________________________________ State ______________________ Zip _________________

Work Phone ________________________________ Home Phone _____________________________________

Fax _______________________________________ Email ___________________________________________
Check the appropriate box(es). Voting members should check delegate, alternate or their office.
General                    LULAC Council*          LULAC Officer†                               Youth*
 Guest                     Member                 District Director                           Member
 Federal Training Inst.  Delegate                      State Director                            Delegate
 Sponsor                 Alternate                     National Officer                          Alternate
 Exhibitor              (For Members Only)              Past National Officer
 Media                  *Must enter Council #          †Must enter position in Title line.

Registration Packages                                                Individual Tickets
 Youth Members (Wed-Sat)                        $150                 Registration                               $20
 LULAC Young Adult/Senior (ID required)         $250                 Tuesday Diversity Luncheon                 $60
 LULAC Members (Wed-Sat)                        $275                 Wednesday Partnership Luncheon             $60
 Non-members (Wed-Sat)                          $375                 Wednesday Cincinnati Celebration           $75
 FTI—Federal Training Institute (Mon-Sat)       $475                 Thursday Armed Forces Breakfast            $30
 Corporate Attendees (Tue-Sat)                  $550                 Thursday Unity Luncheon                    $60
                                                                      Thursday Youth Awards Banquet              $75
Early Bird Discount! Individuals purchasing full registrations
will receive a $25 discount if they pay in full by 5/15/11.           Thursday Concierto de la Gente             $30
FTI and Corporate packages include registration, seminars,            Friday Women’s Luncheon                    $60
meals, and all events (6 days). Youth, member & non-
member packages include registration and all seminars,
                                                                      Fri. Presidential Reception & Banquet      $90
meals and events from Wednesday lunch through
Saturday. Packages do not include Friday Breakfast.
Cancellation/Refund Policy: Cancellations will be accepted in writing through June 1, 2011; After June 1, 2011,
registrations are non-refund-able. Refunds will be issued after the convention. Corporate & FTI participants must
purchase the full package. Please advise us by May 15th if you require special accommodations.

Total _____________ Credit Card #___________________________________ Expiration Date _______________

 MasterCard  Visa  American Express               Signature___________________________________________
Payment can be made by cash, check or major credit card. For pre-        LULAC Fiscal Office
registration, mail completed registration form along with check payable  201 East Main, Suite 605
to 2011 LULAC National Convention or credit card information to          El Paso, TX 79901
the address on the right. Credit card orders accepted by fax. There is a (915) 577-0726, FAX (915) 577-0914
$25.00 handling fee for all returned checks. Federal agencies use DUNS   Email: cmunoz@lulac.org
#789553372 “LULAC Institute, Inc.” DBA LULAC National Convention

               Cincinnati, OH • June 27—July 2, 2011
     2011 LULAC National Convention & Exposition


                                           FEATURED EVENTS
Monday June 27       Opening Reception: Kick off event is full of excitement as we preview a week-long convention full of
6 pm to 8 pm         important speakers, workshops, and panels.
Attendance: 500      Minimum Sponsorship Level: $10,000.

Tuesday, June 28     Diversity Luncheon: Celebrates the importance of diversity in the workplace featuring distinguished
12 pm to 2 pm        representatives from Corporate America and the federal government.
Attendance: 700      Minimum Sponsorship Level: $20,000.

5:30 pm to 7:30 pm   Federal Training Institute Reception: Recognizes federal employees who contributed to the mission of
Attendance: 600      the FTI. Minimum Sponsorship Level: $10,000.

Wed., June 29        Partnership Luncheon: Highlights LULAC’s corporate and government partnerships. This is the perfect
Noon to 2 pm         forum to promote your initiatives with LULAC.
Attendance: 1000     Minimum Sponsorship Level: $25,000.

7 pm to 10 pm        Cincinnati Celebration: Hosted by local LULAC councils, this banquet highlights state and local leaders,
Attendance: 900      while supporting local LULAC programs.
                     Minimum Sponsorship Level: $25,000.

Thur., June 30       Unity Luncheon: Promotes unity among Hispanics and other communities in the United States. Speakers
Noon to 2 pm         focus on working together to make America stronger.
Attendance: 1000     Minimum Sponsorship Level: $35,000.

6 pm to 8 pm         Youth Awards Banquet: Emphasizes LULAC Youth programs and features an elegant awards
Attendance: 800      presentation for LULAC’s young future leaders.
                     Minimum Sponsorship Level: $25,000.

8 pm to 10 pm        Concierto de la Gente: LULAC’s Concert for the People features top Latino entertainment in an event
Attend: 5000         that is open to the public and free of charge.
                     Minimum Sponsorship Level: $20,000.

Friday, July 1       LNESC Breakfast: Hosted by the LULAC National Educational Service Centers, this event celebrates
7:30 am to 9 am      LULAC’s educational programs.
Attendance: 400      Minimum Sponsorship Level: $10,000.

Noon to 2 pm         Women’s Hall of Fame Luncheon: Focuses on the contributions made by Latinas to the U.S. and features
Attendance: 800      the induction of 5 women into the LULAC Women’s Hall of Fame.
                     Minimum Sponsorship Level: $25,000.

6 pm to 7 pm         Presidential Reception: Kicks off the main and best attended evening of the convention. This black tie
Attendance: 900      event features Hispanic leaders from throughout the U.S.
                     Minimum Sponsorship Level: $25,000.

7 pm to 9 pm         Presidential Awards Banquet and Ball: This magnificent black-tie event highlights individuals who have
9 pm to 11 pm        given outstanding service to the Hispanic community throughout the year. Top national leaders deliver
Attendance: 1200     keynote address.
                     Minimum Sponsorship Level: $50,000.




                  Cincinnati, OH • June 27—July 2, 2011
        2011 LULAC National Convention & Exposition

SPONSORSHIP PACKAGES
Sponsoring an event or workshop at the LULAC Convention is an ideal way to reach out to national Hispanic
leaders and influential community members. Sponsors of the 2011 LULAC National Convention will be recognized
at all sponsored events and listed in all promotional material, including the convention program. The following
packages are offered at the levels indicated.

Presenting Sponsor—$150,000+
Title sponsorship of the LULAC National Convention is limited to one partner and includes double the diamond
level sponsorship benefits in addition to having the your company’s name and logo included in the convention
marketing materials (for example the 2011 LULAC National Convention presented by...). The Presenting Sponsor
will also have a speaking opportunity during the conference and a customized sponsorship marketing plan tailored
to your needs.

Diamond—$75,000+
    •    Convention Diamond Sponsor
    •    Company Representative Introduced as Convention Diamond Sponsor at the Presidential Awards Gala
    •    Twelve 10'x10' Exhibit Spaces
    •    Two Reserved Tables for 10 at sponsored event
    •    One Reserved Table for 10 at each Luncheon upon request
    •    One Minute Commercial Video Spot to be played during the Presidential Awards Gala
    •    One Page Letter with Picture of Corporate Official in Convention Program
    •    One Convention Program Back Cover (subject to availability) or Two Full-Page Color Ads
    •    One Full-Page Color Ad in the LULAC News
    •    Attendance at Selected VIP Functions
    •    Twelve Full Corporate Registration Packages
    •    Main Web Link
    •    Database of registered attendees for marketing purposes
    •    Signage Through-out the Convention

Presidential—$50,000+
    •    Convention Sponsor
    •    Company representative introduced as convention sponsor at the Presidential Awards Gala
    •    Eight 10'x10' Exhibit Spaces
    •    Two Reserved Tables for 10 at sponsored event
    •    Two Reserved Tables for 10 at each Luncheon upon request
    •    30 Seconds Commercial Video Spot to be played during the Presidential Awards Gala
    •    One Page Letter with Picture of Corporate Official in Convention Program
    •    One Convention Program Back Cover (subject to availability) or Two Full-Page Color Ads
    •    Attendance at Selected VIP Functions
    •    Eight Full Corporate Registration Packages
    •    Main Web Link
    •    Signage Through-out the Convention

Judicial—$35,000+
    •    Co-Sponsor of One Event
    •    Company representative introduced as Event Co-sponsor
    •    Six 10'x10' Exhibit Spaces
    •    One Reserved Table for 10 at Sponsored Function
    •    Full-Page Color Ad in Convention Program-Premium Placement
    •    Attendance at Selected VIP Functions
    •    Six Complimentary Corporate Registration Packages
    •    Web Link
    •    Logo prominently displayed at Sponsored Function




              Cincinnati, OH • June 27—July 2, 2011
       2011 LULAC National Convention & Exposition


SPONSORSHIP PACKAGES CONTINUED

Senatorial—$25,000+
   •    Co-Sponsor of One Event
   •    Company representative introduced as Event Co-sponsor
   •    Four 10'x10' Exhibit Spaces
   •    One Reserved Table for 10 at Sponsored Function
   •    Full-Page Color Ad in Convention Program and web link
   •    Attendance at Selected VIP Functions
   •    Four Full Corporate Registration Packages
   •    Logo prominently displayed at Sponsored Function

Congressional—$20,000+
   •    Company introduced as Event Co-sponsor
   •    Three 10'x10' Exhibit Spaces
   •    One Reserved Table for 10 at Sponsored Function
   •    Full-Page Color Ad in Convention Program and web link
   •    Three Full Corporate Registration Packages and Attendance at Selected VIP Functions
   •    Logo prominently displayed at Sponsored Function

Patriot—$15,000+
   •    Company introduced as Event Co-sponsor
   •    Two 10'x10' Exhibit Spaces
   •    One Reserved Table for 10 at Sponsored Function
   •    Full-Page Color Ad in Convention Program and web link
   •    Two Full Corporate Registration Packages and Attendance at Selected VIP Functions
   •    Logo displayed at Sponsored Function

Patron—$10,000+
   •    One 10'x10' Exhibit Space
   •    Half-Page Color Ad in Convention Program and Web Link
   •    One Full Corporate Registration Package

ADDITIONAL SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES               IN-KIND SERVICES
   •     Federal Training Institute         20,000
   •     Sponsor/VIP Lounge                 20,000 Printing
   •     Youth Leadership Conference        20,000 Commemorative poster, promotional brochure.
   •     Young Adults Leadership Conference 20,000
   •     Hispanic Health Fair               20,000 Communication Equipment
   •     Registration Bags                  20,000 Walkie-talkie radios, cellular phones, fax machines.
   •     Commemorative T-shirts             20,000
   •     Convention Program Book            15,000 On-Site Office
   •     Convention Badges                  15,000 Computers, printers, photocopy machines.
   •     Shuttle Transportation             15,000
   •     Town Hall Sponsorships             10,000 Ground Transportation
   •     Lapel Pins                         10,000 Shuttle service, rental vehicles.
   •     Convention Poster                  10,000
   •     Convention Marketing Circular      10,000 Air Transportation
   •     Conference Web Site                10,000 Complimentary tickets for speakers and VIPs.
   •     Pocket Agenda                       5,000
   •     Workshops                          35,000 Promotional Advertisements
   •     Press Room                          3,000 Advertisement placements to promote convention.
   •     Panelist/Speaker sponsorship       10,000
SPONSORSHIP AGREEMENT: Please print or type the requested information below as it should appear
in the convention program and name badge:


             Cincinnati, OH • June 27—July 2, 2011
    2011 LULAC National Convention & Exposition

Name _____________________________________ Title _____________________________________________

Corporation/Agency ____________________________________________________________________________

Address ______________________________________________________________________________________

City _______________________________________ State ______________________ Zip _________________

Telephone                            Fax ____________________         E-Mail ___________________________

Select sponsorship level below. Enter the event you wish to sponsor: __________________________________

    Presenting—$150,000: Title sponsorship of the LULAC National Convention is limited to one partner and
     includes double the diamond level sponsorship benefits in addition to having the your company’s name and
     logo included in the convention marketing materials.

    Diamond—$75,000: Convention Diamond Sponsor; Twelve Exhibit Spaces; Two Reserved Tables for 10;
     Video Spot; One Page Letter with Picture of Corporate Official; One Convention Program Back Cover
     (subject to availability) or Two Full-Page Color Ads; One Page Ad in LULAC News; Attendance at Selected
     VIP Functions; Twelve Full Registrations; Main Web Link; Signage Throughout the Convention

    Presidential—$50,000: Convention Sponsor; Eight Exhibit Spaces; Two Reserved Tables for 10; Video
     Spot; One Page Letter with Picture of Corporate Official in Convention Program; One Convention Program
     Back Cover (subject to availability) or Two Full-Page Color Ads; Attendance at Selected VIP Functions;
     Eight Full Registrations; Main Web Link; Signage Throughout the Convention

    Judicial—$35,000: Co-Sponsor of One Event; Comment Opportunity at Sponsored Event, Six Exhibit
     Spaces; One Reserved Table for 10 at Sponsored Function; Full-Page Color Ad in Convention Program;
     Attendance at Selected VIP Functions; Six Full Registrations; Web Link; Logo Displayed at Function

    Senatorial—$25,000: Co-Sponsor of One Event; Comment Opportunity at Sponsored Event, Four Exhibit
     Spaces; One Reserved Table for 10 at Sponsored Function; Full-Page Color Ad in Convention Program;
     Attendance at Selected VIP Functions; Four Full Registrations; Web Link; Logo Displayed at Function

    Congressional—$20,000: Co-Sponsor of One Event; Comment Opportunity at Sponsored Event, Three
     Exhibit Spaces; One Reserved Table for 10 at Sponsored Function; Full-Page Color Ad; Attendance at
     Selected VIP Functions; Three Full Registrations; Web Link; Logo Displayed at Function

    Patriot—$15,000: Co-Sponsor of One Event; Comment Opportunity at Sponsored Event, Two Exhibit
     Spaces; One Reserved Table for 10 at Sponsored Function; Full-Page Black & White Ad in Convention
     Program; Two Full Registrations; Web Link; Logo Displayed at Function

    Patron I—$10,000: Co-Sponsorship of Event; One Exhibit Space; Half-Page Black & White Ad in
     Convention Program; Web Link; One Full Registration

_____________________________________________________________                _____________________________
Signature of Authorized Representative                                        Date

Mail this agreement and check to:                     Make check payable to: 2011 LULAC National
LULAC National Office                                 Convention. For more information about sponsorship
2000 L Street, NW, Suite 610                          packages, advertisements and exhibits, call (202) 833-
Washington, DC 20036                                  6130 or email: SPerez@LULAC.org or visit our
(202) 833-6130 FAX (202) 833-6135                     website at: www.LULAC.org. Federal agencies use DUNS
                                                      #789553372 “LULAC Institute, Inc.” DBA LULAC National
                                                      Convention




             Cincinnati, OH • June 27—July 2, 2011
      2011 LULAC National Convention & Exposition

                                              ADVERTISING AGREEMENT
The 2011 LULAC National Convention Program provides an excellent opportunity for placing recruitment and
community relations advertisements highlighting your corporate contributions to the Hispanic community. Over
7,000 copies will be distributed.

Please print or type the requested information below to advertise in the convention program:

Name _____________________________________ Title _____________________________________________

Corporation/Agency ____________________________________________________________________________

Representing Agency ___________________________________________________________________________

Address ______________________________________________________________________________________

City _______________________________________ State ______________________ Zip _________________

Telephone                                       Fax                                     Email

Please indicate choices below (trim sizes shown):
 Full Page Color (8.5"x11") ..................................................... $2,500
 Half Page Color (8.5"x5.5") ................................................... $1,250
 Quarter Page Color (4.25"x5.5") ............................................... $750
 Inside Covers—Full Page—Color only .................................. $3,500
 Back Cover—Full Page—Color only ..................................... $4,000
Notes:
1). Program dimensions are 8.5” x 11”. No charge for bleed, but provide 1/8" bleed area all around. Live area is
    1/4" less than trim all around.
2). Preferred material: PDF digital material which can be sent to the address below or emailed to
    SPerez@LULAC.org. We also accept color slick with film negatives, right side reading, emulsion side down.
    Four-color ads require a color proof or color key with color separation provided right side reading, emulsion
    side down, 175 line screen.
3). Ad material returned only upon request.
4). No cancellations after closing date of June 1, 2011.
5). The publisher and LULAC shall be under no liability for errors made by the advertiser or loss by reason of any
    errors arising out of publication.
Mail this agreement and payment to the LULAC Washington Office. Mail the camera ready ad to address listed
below. Publisher reserves the right to assign all advertising space. All prices are net and non-commissionable.
This agreement, artwork, and payment must be received by June 1, 2011.

 ____________________________________________________________                                   _____________________________
Signature of Authorized Representative                                                           Date
Make checks payable to the 2011 LULAC National Convention and                               LULAC National Office
mail to the LULAC National Office. Credit card orders accepted by                           2000 L Street, NW, Suite 610
fax. For more information, contact Silvia Perez-Rathell at (202) 833-                       Washington, DC 20036
6130 or visit our website at: www.LULAC.org. Federal agencies use                           (202) 833-6130 FAX (202) 833-6135
DUNS #789553372 “LULAC Institute, Inc.” DBA LULAC National
Convention

Total _____________ Credit Card #___________________________________ Expiration Date _______________

 MasterCard  Visa  American Express                           Signature___________________________________________


                  Cincinnati, OH • June 27—July 2, 2011
     2011 LULAC National Convention & Exposition

                       JUNE 29-JULY 1, 2011 EXHIBITOR AGREEMENT
The LULAC Convention Exposition is the premier venue for showcasing products and services to the Hispanic
community and recruiting employees. Open to the general public, more than 20,000 participants attend the
exposition each year. Please print or type the requested information below to exhibit:

Name _____________________________________ Title _____________________________________________

Corporation/Agency ____________________________________________________________________________

Representing Agency ___________________________________________________________________________

Address ______________________________________________________________________________________

City _______________________________________ State ______________________ Zip _________________

Phone ________________________ Fax __________________________Email ___________________________

Please indicate your choices below and fax to 202-833-6135:
______ Number of spaces requested (10'x 10'). Exhibit dimensions _________________Space #_________
______ Yes, I need the standard exhibitor’s equipment package consisting of an 8' high back drape,
       3' high side rails, one six foot table, two chairs, waste basket and an I.D. sign.
______ No, I do not need the standard exhibitor’s package.

Please circle the desired plaza:       Corporate       Government Career Fair         Non-Profit      College

        2011 LULAC EXPOSITION HOURS                    Notes: All exhibitors receive one complimentary registration per
                                                       space purchase, and a listing in the convention program. Full
Wed, June 29      Thu, June 30     Fri, July 1         payment is requested with this signed agreement. The LULAC
10am-5pm          10am-7pm         9am-4pm             Convention coordinators reserve the right to establish whatever rules
                                                       may be required to guarantee the safety and appearance of the
Move-in begins at 8 am on June 29.                     convention and the exhibit area. The exhibit area is not carpeted.
Move-out begins after 4 pm on July 1                   Electric and internet connections are not included in the cost per
                                                       space indicated below:
Contact: Hargrove Inc. for your decorating &
shipping needs                                         Agreement Forms Received              Before May 15, 2011       After
                                                       Corporate (10' x 10')                          $2,500           $3,000
One Hargrove Drive, Lanham, MD 20706
                                                       Government, Career Fair (10' x 10')            $2,000           $2,500
Phone: 301-306-4627 Fax: 301-731-5438
                                                       Non-Profit, College Fair (10' x 10')           $1,500           $2,000
customerservice@hargroveinc.com

Mail this form & payment to the address below. Exhibit registration cut-off is May 15, 2011.

 ____________________________________________________________                  _____________________________
Signature of Authorized Representative                                          Date

Make checks payable to the 2011 LULAC National Convention and mail              LULAC National Office
to the LULAC National Office. Credit card orders accepted by fax or Email:      2000 L Street, NW, Suite 610
mmarsans@lulac.org for more information or visit our website at:                Washington, DC 20036
www.LULAC.org. Federal agencies use DUNS #789553372 “LULAC Institute, Inc.”     (202) 833-6130 FAX (202) 833-6135
DBA LULAC National Convention


Total _____________ Credit Card #___________________________________ Expiration Date _______________

 MasterCard  Visa  American Express             Signature___________________________________________



               Cincinnati, OH • June 27—July 2, 2011
    2011 LULAC National Convention & Exposition

                             PARTICIPANT DEMOGRAPHICS

The League of United Latin American Citizens is proud to say that the LULAC National

Convention draws over 20,000 attendees to this event annually. People varying from age 18 to

70 are drawn to our convention because of the various avenues of opportunity. The college and

job fair, corporate, government, health and housing plazas located in the exhibit area of our

convention receive the most attendance. Below is the approximate break down of attendance by

age and gender, in most cases gender is split 50/50. Race: 85% of attendees are Hispanic, with

6% being Anglo, 8% African American and 1% other.




                                               25% job
                                               seekers
                                                18-35




                                   35% of attendees ages 36-50 are
                                   professionals interested in policy
                                     and civil rights workshops as
                                     well as attending the Federal
                                           Training Institute




                                        40% LULAC Delegates
                                split evenly between men and women




            Cincinnati, OH • June 27—July 2, 2011
    2011 LULAC National Convention & Exposition

                                     SPONSOR CHECKLIST

 Agreement Form: Please sign and fax to Silvia Perez-Rathell at (202) 833-6135 as soon as
   possible.
 Payment: Make checks payable to 2011 LULAC National Convention and send by 6/1/11.
               Federal agencies use DUNS #789553372 “LULAC Institute, Inc.” DBA LULAC National Convention

 Exhibit: Please complete and send exhibit agreement by 6/1/11.
 Advertisement for Convention Program: Send advertising form and artwork or disk by
   6/15/11 or fax advertising form and email artwork to LJOlmos@LULAC.org.
 Registration Forms: Please send or fax completed pre-registration forms to
   VTrasmonte@LULAC.org by 6/1/11.
 Registration Giveaways: If you wish to include giveaways in our registration bags please
   send 3,000 pieces so that they arrive before May 16, 2011 to:
   LULAC National Convention              Please note that this is not the address to
   Show Management Materials              send materials for your exhibit booth.
   REGISTRATION AREA                      Instructions for sending these materials will
   HARGROVE, INC.                         be included in your exhibitor kit.
   Your Company Name
   One Hargrove Drive
   Lanham, MD 20706
   301-306-9000 Fax: 301-306-
   9318

 Sponsored Function Premiums: If you wish to include premiums for your sponsored event
   please send 900 Premium Items to the address above marking your company name and
   sponsored event clearly on the packages in place of Show Management Materials. Please
   note that we do not allow flyers and brochures to be distributed on the tables or chairs of our
   meal events. Brochures and information flyers may be included in registration bags and are
   reserved for Sponsors and Partners ONLY.
 Company Logo, Banner or Video: If you are sponsoring a function in the ballroom at the
   convention center, LULAC can project your logo on screen if you email an Encapsulated
   PostScript (EPS) version of it to Jorge Trasmonte, LULAC Director of Technology, at
   JTrasmonte@LULAC.org. If you are sponsoring an event outside the ballroom, please send a
   banner by June 1, 2011 to Mario Marsans, LULAC Coordinator of Special Projects, at the
   above address with your company name and sponsored event clearly indicated on the
   package. If you are showing a commercial video spot during the Presidential Awards Gala,
   please mail a DVD copy to Mario Marsans at the LULAC National Office by June 1, 2011.
 Corporate Representative: Please contact Silvia Perez-Rathell at (202) 833-6130 or by
   email at SPerez@LULAC.org to confirm the representative who will give sponsor remarks
   for your chosen event by 6/1/11. Please provide the name and title of the person accepting
   the recognition at the event and also a point of contact with email and cell phone number.


            Cincinnati, OH • June 27—July 2, 2011
    2011 LULAC National Convention & Exposition

 Corporate Alliance Meeting: Please contact David Perez at (202) 833-6130 or by email at
   DPerez@lulac.org to confirm your attendance for the LULAC Corporate Alliance meeting
   from 2 pm to 4 pm on Thursday, June 23, 2011.

 Hotel Reservations: Please make your hotel reservations as soon as possible—we expect our
   block to fill up quickly:
   Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza
   35 West Fifth Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202
   $115.00-Single/Double
   Tel: (513) 421-9100
   Fax: (513) 421-4291
   Cut-off date: 6/1/2011, www.cincinnati.hilton.com

   Hyatt Regency Cincinnati
   151 West 5th Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202
   $115.00-Single/Double
   Tel: (513) 579-1234
   Fax: (513) 354-4079
   Cut-off date: 6/1/2011, www.cincinnati.hyatt.com
 Air Transportation: The following airlines will offer special discounts to our attendees:
   American Airlines
   Discount code: 3861BP
   (800) 433-1790
   www.aa.com

   Continental
   Offer Code: ZJNB638260
   (800) 468-7022
   www.continental.com

   Delta
   Offer Code By Phone Only: NM6BR
   1-800-328-1111

    Southwest Airlines
   (800) 435-9792
   www.southwest.com
 Convention Services Company: Please contact for all your expo needs:
   Hargrove Inc.
   One Hargrove Drive,
   Lanham, MD 20706
   Phone: 301-306-4627 • Fax: 301-731-5438
   customerservice@hargroveinc.com



            Cincinnati, OH • June 27—July 2, 2011
About LuLac          Convention        Conference & Gala   Programs   Partnerships   Building Fund
              Legislative Conference
              & Gala
            The League of United Latin American Citizens
         and its Corporate Alliance cordially invite you to attend
                         The Fourteenth Annual

            LULAC National Legislative
            Conference & Awards Gala
Celebrating Legislative Service to the Hispanic Community

                            JW Marriott
                       1331 Pennsylvania Ave.
                       Washington, DC 20004
                          Tel. 202-393-2000

                       February 9 to 10, 2011
      Legislative Conference and Awards Gala Brief Schedule

    Wednesday, February 9, 2011             Thursday, February 10, 2011
      9 am to 12 pm Issue Panels            9 am to 3 pm LULAC Board &
  12 pm to 1:30 pm Policy Luncheon           Members Capitol Hill Visits
1:45 pm to 3:15 pm Advocacy Training
                                              Awards Gala - Black Tie Event
                                                   6 pm Cocktails
                                                    7 pm Awards
                                                    8 pm Dinner




            For more information, please call (202) 833-6130
          The League of United Latin American Citizens
       and its Corporate Alliance cordially invite you to attend
                      The Fourteenth Annual

LULAC National Legislative Awards Gala
Celebrating Legislative Service to the Hispanic Community
                              Honoring:

        Richard Lugar, U.S. Senator for Indiana
Pedro Pierluisi, Resident Commissioner for Puerto Rico
   Trey Martinez Fischer, Texas State Representative

                         J.W. Marriott Hotel
                   1331 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
                           Washington, DC

                   Thursday, February 10, 2011

                          6:00 pm Cocktails
                           7:00 pm Awards
                           8:00 pm Dinner

         For more information, please call (202) 833-6130

                              Black Tie
               The League of United Latin American Citizens
         and its Corporate Alliance cordially invite you to attend the

      2011 LULAC Legislative Conference
                               J.W. Marriott Hotel
                         1331 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
                                 Washington, DC

                        Wednesday, February 9, 2011

                                  Policy Briefings

9:30 am – 10:30 am   2011: What's in Store for Hispanic Students?

10:45 am – 11:45 am Addressing Poor Health Outcomes in Latino Children

12:00 pm – 1:30 pm Luncheon: Improving Latino Broadband Access

2:00 pm – 4:00 pm    Effective Latino Advocacy Strategies


                        Thursday, February 10, 2011
10:00 am – 3:00 pm Advocacy Appointments on Capitol Hill

6:00 pm – 9:00 pm    LULAC Awards Gala
         LULAC National Legislative
         Conference & Awards Gala
                              2010 SPONSORS
                                   DIAMOND
                                    AT&T
                             Comcast Corporation
                                 ExxonMobil
                             Ford Motor Company
               National Cable & Telecommunications Association
                         Verizon Communications Inc.


                                   PLATINUM
                                   Amgen
                                   Google
                       Toyota Motor North America, Inc
                        Univision Communications Inc.


            GOLD                                          GOLD
    The Coca-Cola Company                     National Education Association
BlueCross BlueShield Association              The Procter & Gamble Company
       Home Box Office                          Sprint Nextel Corporation
          MillerCoors




            SILVER                                       BRONZE
       Bank of America                        American Federation of Teachers
    McDonald's Corporation                           Internships.com
      TracFone Wireless                          MasterCard Worldwide
                                                          SEIU
                                                       Telemundo
                                                     Tyson Foods, Inc
  2011 LULAC National Legislative Conference & Awards Gala
The LULAC National Legislative Conference and Awards Gala highlights critical
legislative issues affecting Hispanic Americans and recognizes key leaders who have
served the Hispanic community well. At this years’ Conference LULAC will present its
policy issues to our council members and will present awards to three distinguished
elected officials at our fourteenth gala, which will occur February 9 to 10, 2011 in
Washington, DC. We will also celebrate the 82nd anniversary of LULAC, which was
formed on February 17, 1929.

Proceeds from the LULAC National Legislative Conference and Awards Gala support
the important work of the LULAC National Office. This includes LULAC’s policy and
legislative advocacy, as well as its organizing of Hispanic communities through the
creation of LULAC councils throughout the United States. Contributions to the
legislative gala are not tax deductible as a charitable contribution, but may be deductible
as a business expense.

                                    ABOUT LULAC
With over 850 councils across the United States and Puerto Rico, the League of United
Latin American Citizens is the largest and oldest Hispanic Organization in the United
States. LULAC’s goal is to advance the economic condition, educational attainment,
political influence, health and civil rights of Hispanic Americans through community-
based programs operated by LULAC councils nationwide. The organization involves and
serves all Hispanic nationality groups.

                       THE LULAC CORPORATE ALLIANCE
The LULAC Corporate Alliance, an advisory board of Fortune 500 companies, fosters
stronger partnerships between Corporate America and the Hispanic community and
provides advice and assistance to the LULAC organization. Corporations participating in
the Alliance work with LULAC in developing national and community-based programs
to address the needs of the Hispanic community and to ensure that the nation’s future
work force obtains the necessary education and skills to keep America productive.
  2011 LULAC National Legislative Conference & Awards Gala
                                   SPONSORSHIP PACKAGES
DIAMOND—$25,000
   • Two Reserved VIP tables for ten, premier placement, highlighting company name
   • Sponsorship of the general pre-gala reception
   • Six tickets for pre-gala VIP reception
   • Company representative introduced as Diamond Sponsor to provide brief remarks
   • Company logo prominently displayed throughout evening
   • Company recognition in the event program
   • Company logo highlighted on legislative gala web site

PLATINUM—$15,000
   • One Reserved VIP table for ten, premier placement, highlighting company name
   • Four tickets for pre-gala VIP reception
   • Company representative introduced as Platinum sponsor to provide brief remarks
   • Company logo prominently displayed throughout evening
   • Company recognition in the event program
   • Company logo highlighted on legislative gala web site

GOLD—$10,000
   • One Reserved VIP table for ten, premium placement, highlighting company name
   • Two tickets for pre-gala VIP reception
   • Company representative recognized as gold sponsor of the event
   • Company logo prominently displayed during event
   • Company recognition in the event program
   • Company logo highlighted on legislative gala web site

SILVER—$6,000
    • One Reserved table for ten, prominent placement, highlighting company name
    • Company name prominently displayed during event
    • Company recognition in the event program
    • Company name listed on legislative gala web site

BRONZE—$3,000
   • One Reserved table for ten highlighting company name
   • Company name displayed during event
   • Company recognition in the event program
   • Company name listed on legislative gala web site

INDIVIDUAL TICKETS— $250
LULAC MEMBERS— $100

      Contributions to the legislative conference & awards gala are not tax deductible as a charitable
                        Contribution, but may be deductible as a business expense.
      2011 LULAC National Legislative Conference & Awards Gala
                                   SPONSORSHIP AGREEMENT
Please print or type the requested information below to confirm sponsorship.

Name __________________________________ Title __________________________________

Company ______________________________________________________________________

Address _______________________________________________________________________

City ___________________________________ State___________________ Zip ___________

Telephone ______________________________ Fax___________________________________

Please indicate choices below: Contributions to the Legislative Conference & Awards Gala are
not tax deductible as a charitable contribution but may be deductible as a business expense.

 Diamond Sponsor ................$25,000.
 Platinum Sponsor ................$15,000.
 Gold Sponsor .......................$10,000.
 Silver Sponsor......................$6,000.
 Bronze Sponsor ...................$3,000.
 Individual Ticket .................Please reserve______ticket(s) at $250 per ticket.
 LULAC Members ...............Please reserve______ticket(s) at $100 per ticket.
Make check, payable to LULAC Legislative Conference & Awards Gala or charge my credit
card:
                    Visa  Mastercard  American Express
Account No: _____________________________________ Exp Date _____________________


Signature                                                                     Date

Please send agreement to (for payment information please see the sponsor check list below):
LULAC National Office • 2000 L Street, NW, Suite 610 • Washington, DC 20036
For questions or additional opportunities please call Silvia Perez-Rathell at 202-833-6130 or email:
sperez@LULAC.org, or visit our website at www.LULAC.org
            The League of United Latin American Citizens
         and its Corporate Alliance cordially invite you to attend
                         The Fourteenth Annual

            LULAC National Legislative
            Conference & Awards Gala
Celebrating Legislative Service to the Hispanic Community

                            JW Marriott
                       1331 Pennsylvania Ave.
                       Washington, DC 20004
                          Tel. 202-393-2000

                       February 9 to 10, 2011
      Legislative Conference and Awards Gala Brief Schedule

    Wednesday, February 9, 2011             Thursday, February 10, 2011
      9 am to 12 pm Issue Panels            9 am to 3 pm LULAC Board &
  12 pm to 1:30 pm Policy Luncheon           Members Capitol Hill Visits
1:45 pm to 3:15 pm Advocacy Training
                                              Awards Gala - Black Tie Event
                                                   6 pm Cocktails
                                                    7 pm Awards
                                                    8 pm Dinner




            For more information, please call (202) 833-6130
  2011 LULAC National Legislative Conference & Awards Gala
                               SPONSOR CHECKLIST


 Agreement Form: Please sign and fax to Silvia Perez-Rathell at (202) 833-6135 by 1/09/11.


 Payment:      Make checks payable to the League of United Latin American Citizens and send
   it to the LULAC Fiscal Office, 201 East Main, Suite 605, El Paso, TX 79901. The LULAC
   Tax ID number is 74-6090399.


 Awards Gala Giveaways: As a Diamond or Platinum sponsor, your company has the
   opportunity to provide a Premium Item to be placed on Tables at the Dinner. If you would
   like to include a Premium Item from your company, please notify Mario Marsans at (202)
   833-6130 no later than January 23, 2011. All Items must be received no later than January
   26, 2011.

              LULAC National Office
              ATTN: Gala Giveaways
              2000 L Street, NW, Suite 610
              Washington, DC 20036


 Company Logo:       As in the past, LULAC will project sponsor logos at the Awards Gala via
   video projection. If your company’s logo has changed recently or if you are a new LULAC
   sponsor, please send us a copy of your logo on disk or via e-mail JTrasmonte@LULAC.org.
   We prefer Encapsulated PostScript (EPS) or Adobe Illustrator formats if available.

 List: Please email or fax a list of the guests who will be sitting at your table (up to ten)
 Guest
   by January 12, 2011. If you have any tickets you will not be using or if you would like for
   LULAC to place VIPs at your table, please contact Maritza Bosques at (202) 833-6130 or
   MBosques@LULAC.org.


 Corporate Alliance Meeting: The LULAC Corporate Alliance meeting will take place
   February 10th, 2011, Thursday morning. Please contact David Perez at
   DPerez@LULAC.org to R.S.V.P., for location, and additional information.
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                                                                                                                     Conference & Gala
                                                                                                                    Programs
                                                                                                                    Partnerships
    civic       Economic    Education   Health   Housing   Immigration   Leadership   Public Service   Technology
Participation Empowerment


                                                                                                                    Building Fund
                                 LULAC PROGRAM INITIATIVES

                                     INVESTMENT MENU 2011

        LULAC Leadership Initiative: The LULAC Leadership Initiative is an ambitious project to
        revitalize Hispanic neighborhoods from within by creating a nationwide network of innovative
        grassroots service programs in over 880 Hispanic communities served by LULAC Councils.
The project will identify best practices, publish a model program guide, and provide organization and
training through ten regional offices. Annual budget: $4,000,000.

          LULAC Convention: The annual LULAC National Convention convenes the LULAC
          membership in a week-long event consisting of workshops, exhibits, banquets, the election
          of LULAC’s national officers, and a general assembly to set the organization’s priorities and
establish its positions on issues of critical concern to the Hispanic community. Topics at the
convention include education, women’s issues, employment, federal workshops, leadership, health,
small business development, and corporate relations. Annual budget: $2,000,000.

        LULAC National Legislative Conference and Awards Gala: The LULAC National
        Legislative Conference and Awards Gala brings together members of the U.S. Congress, the
        LULAC membership, business leaders, and community advocates in Washington, D.C.
        during February or March. This two-day policy conference, advocacy visits with Members of
Congress and Federal agency heads, and formal banquet highlights national policy issues that are
having an impact on the Hispanic community. Annual budget: $500,000.

           LULAC Technology Centers: This network of 60 community technology centers provides
           free broadband access and computer-related training to students, parents, and low income
           individuals. The emphasis is to empower those without access to the internet by providing
that access and training them on using computers and the internet to do school work, college and
financial aid searches, job training, job-searches, managing money, English language courses, and
citizenship preparation courses. You may sponsor a particular number of centers with your company’s
branding. Annual budget: $1,000,000; Per site cost: $60,000 depending on level of services
sponsored.

          LULAC Parent Involvement Initiative: The LULAC National Office works with local
          LULAC councils to host Education Reform & Advocacy seminars throughout the United
          States. LULAC develops field teams, of parent and community advocates, and the expertise
gained from the training sessions builds the knowledge base of these field teams to better advocate for
access to equitable education at the local, state, and federal levels. LULAC’s seasoned Education
Policy team also leads education reform in the Washington, D.C. Policy community and co-chairs the
Hispanic Education Coalition. Annual budget: $250,000.

LULAC’s ¡Adelante! America Youth Leadership Program: This leadership development program
for underserved youth encourages participants to conduct community service projects, meet with
positive role models and explore alternatives to violence and crime. The program works with Latino
youth to cultivate optimism, build resilience, and improve academic skills with the goal of successful
high school completion. Currently programs operate during the school year at with LULAC councils
and community center partners in Antioch and San Benito County, CA; Tucson, AZ; Orlando, FL;
South Bend, IN; Holland, MI; and Toledo, OH. ¡Adelante! America programs are being conducted at
the following LULAC National Educational Service Centers (LNESC) locations in East Los Angeles,



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CA; Pueblo, CO; Chicago, IL; Philadelphia, PA; and El Paso and San Antonio, Texas. Annual budget:
$500,000.

          LULAC National Housing Services: The LULAC Housing initiative raises the level of
          understanding and awareness regarding housing issues. LULAC promotes home ownership
          and foreclosure awareness among Hispanic Americans and advocates for more responsive
housing legislation and regulations with the regard to the Hispanic community. LULAC conducts
bilingual homeownership and foreclosure prevention and intervention seminars to educate Latino
homeowners. Annual budget: $850,000.

          LULAC Financial Literacy Project: This project provides training to Hispanic consumers
          about how to manage their finances and make prudent purchasing decisions. The project
          develops model training programs for helping members of the fastest growing consumer
market to make wise financial decisions. LULAC utilizes a variety of bilingual training material and
webinar training programs to equip local grassroots leaders with the tools needed to execute the
financial literacy workshops in their communities. Annual budget: $120,000.

          Latinos Living Healthy: The LULAC National Office advocates for policies and legislation,
          training, and public health education programs that improve the physical, behavioral, and
          mental health and well-being of Hispanics in the United States and Puerto Rico. LULAC has
partnered with leading national Latino organizations in the Latinos United for Health Care campaign
to advocate for significant reform that increases access to affordable, quality health coverage for all
and makes significant progress in eliminating health disparities. LULAC’s health initiatives focus on
health issues that affect Hispanics in higher percentages than the general population including
insurance, prescription drugs, diabetes, heart disease, cancer, asthma, and AIDS. LULAC’s awareness
programs and community health festivals educate Latino communities on health and wellness, promote
physical activity and fitness, and feature health screenings. Annual budget: $250,000.

           Immigration & Citizenship: The immigration and citizenship program assists individuals
           applying for U.S citizenship to complete their applications and to place them in citizenship
           classes. The program utilizes an 800 number for interested individuals to call for assistance
           and referral. The program also works closely with LULAC councils throughout the country
to provide outreach to the immigrant community and set up citizenship and English classes when
needed. Annual budget: $250,000.

          LULAC Democracy Initiative: LULAC’s civic engagement initiative seeks to grow the
          understanding of the long-term connection between positive public policy, civic participation,
          and voting on Latino communities through issues advocacy thereby strengthening democratic
participation in the United States. Civic engagement programs include: English language instruction,
civic literacy courses, non-partisan voter registration efforts, and civic participation training.
Participants are encouraged to volunteer in their local communities and dialogue about the successes
and challenges in their cities to develop community-centric solutions to address community needs. A
series of issue-based and educational workshops equip participants with comprehensive advocacy
training, skills to engage their local, state, and national elected officials and interact with the media in
order to increase their capacity as effective advocates for underserved Latino communities. Annual
budget: $700,000.


U.S. Census Program: LULAC recognizes the importance of the 2010 Census and is working with
the Census Bureau to encourage all Latino/a residents to participate. In the 2008 election cycle,
LULAC members mobilized 50,000 Latinos throughout the United States in our historic voter

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registration and get-out-the-vote campaigns. The LULAC National Office collaborates with our 850
councils and 57 community-based non-profit partners to host informational workshops, to offer
technical assistance to our local partners, and to provide walk-in support about the 2010 Census. We
also connect local community members with regional Census Bureau offices, organize “how to fill out
the census form” workshops and convene large-scale events to galvanize our community around the
2010 Census. True to our long tradition of collaboration, LULAC is a National Partner in the Ya Es
Hora: ¡Hágase Contar! campaign and is an official National Partner of the U.S. Census Bureau.
Annual budget: $150,000.

      Civil Rights Initiative: The National LULAC Civil Rights initiative raises the level of
      understanding and awareness regarding civil rights issues in education, housing, immigration,
      voting rights, employment, contracting, and lending opportunities. The LULAC Civil Rights
      project utilizes the LULAC Civil Rights Manual to host civil rights symposia which convene
LULAC members, Hispanic civil right leaders, scholars, community members, government
representatives and corporate representatives to develop strategies that advance the civil rights of
Hispanic Americans. Annual budget: $150,000.

Workforce Anti-Discrimination Education Campaign: LULAC conducts outreach and education
workshops aimed at educating employers, potential victims of discrimination, and the general public
about their rights and responsibilities under the Immigration and Nationality Act’s anti-discrimination
and employer sanctions provisions. LULAC feels that it is vital that the Latino community knows the
laws that protect all work authorized individuals from national origin discrimination, unfair
documentary practices relating to the employment eligibility verification process, and from employer
retaliation. Annual budget: $60,000.

          LULAC Youth and Young Adult Leadership Programs: LULAC Youth and Young Adult
          councils are provided with a model curriculum that equips middle school, high school, college
          students and young professionals with the leadership and career development skills to become
          America’s next leaders. The curriculum tailored to each group emphasizes community
service, issue-based education, advocacy training, and skills to excel in education and career arenas.
Top LULAC youth from across the country are selected and sponsored by LULAC Adult councils to
attended one of three annual conferences—the Leadership Academy in Albuquerque, the LULAC
Washington Youth Leadership Seminar in Washington, DC or the LULAC National Youth
Convention. Annual budget: $250,000.

LULAC Summer Youth Leadership Conference: In partnership with the University of New Mexico
and the U.S. Department of Energy, the LULAC Leadership Conference is a high school summer
leadership camp that focuses on preparing young Latino students from across the United States as
leaders for the future. Over two weeks, 50 students participate in educational events, seminars, and
field trips investigating a selected group topic that students will write research reports and deliver final
presentations. The program exposes students to college academic and social life and the program’s
application process equips students with the skills need to applying for a higher education degree.
Annual budget: $250,000

LULAC Youth & Young Adult Mural Projects: Each year in various cities throughout the United
States, local middle and high school students, community role models from local high schools,
colleges, universities, and LULAC Youth and Young Adult members work in a collaborate effort to
paint four mural projects depicting positive images of Latino youth with messages of empowerment,
education, and striving for success. Such art education projects become vehicles for team building,
leadership development, and peer advising. The murals projects inspire local community members and


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are an excellent membership outreach opportunity for LULAC Youth and Young Adults councils.
Annual budget: $60,000.

Environmental Sustainability and Green Jobs Training: LULAC offers award-winning youth
leadership development and advocacy training conferences focused on the important issues involving
energy security and environmental sustainability. Additionally, LULAC has positioned its network of
700 councils and 57 community technology centers to forge partnerships for workforce training and
placement in high growth and emerging industries, such as energy efficiency, renewable energy &
health care. LULAC’s strategy includes recruitment, placement, and a national PSA campaign in
collaboration with local and national partners. Annual budget: $1,000,000.

             Public Service: LULAC’s Hispanic representation programs seek to increase the number
             of Hispanics serving in appointed and career positions within the Federal government at all
             levels. LULAC has developed partnerships with the Federal Government to encourage
increased recruitment, hiring and promotion of Hispanics in the public sector. LULAC’s signature
Federal Training Institute (FTI) at the annual LULAC National Convention is an intensive and
structured career development program for government and public sector employees. In partnership
with the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) Development Center and the USDA Graduate
School, the Federal Training Institute offers workshops and plenary sessions that enable mid- and
senior level government employees to enhance their leadership skills and develop the Executive Core
Qualifications required for entry to the Senior Executive Service. Each Friday of the week-long
convention, the FTI Youth and Collegiate Federal Careers Exploration Forum offers a free fun-
filled, day-long event that showcases Federal career and employment opportunities available to high
school, college and university students. Annual budget: $200,000

LULAC’s 55+ Initiatives: At the National Office, LULAC strongly advocates for programs and
legislation to protect the quality of life of Latino seniors, for fair cost housing, transportation for those
with special needs, in homecare, employment opportunities, and the reduction of elderly abuse and
fraud. LULAC seeks a reduction of costly prescription drugs and a streamlining of Medicare
prescription drug coverage. At the local level, LULAC programs like Project Amistad, partner with
social service programs for the elderly and adults with disabilities to combat abuse, neglect, and
exploitation as well as to provide escort and transportation services primarily to and from medical
appointments. Additionally, LULAC offers educational seminars and advice on healthy living,
retirement planning, and financial education in local communities across the country. Annual budget:
$150,000.

LULAC’s Latina Leadership Initiative empowers women from underserved Latino communities
across the United States and Puerto Rico to raise their consciousness and enhance their ability to
become leaders. The cutting edge culturally appropriate leadership development curriculum
incorporates self-awareness, community service, social interaction, faith, cultural awareness, and
advocacy training to improve the community well-being. Specific modules focus on issues such as
health, education, “Beyond Budgeting - Investing in Your Financial Future,” career advancement
skills, and domestic violence issues. The adaptable curriculum being developed is designed to be
applicable in a variety of venues, including a 1-2 hours webinars, a day-long training, as well as
modules that can be taught over a series of weeks. LULAC’s Leadership program enhances the
continued training and learning opportunities that are offered to our volunteer members, community
leaders, and non-profit partners. Annual budget: $150,000

Women’s Conference: The LULAC Women’s conference brings together women from across the
country to develop leadership and employment programs for Hispanic women. The conference


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features workshops on conducting a job search, opportunities in higher education, advocacy training
and Hispanic women’s health issues. Annual budget: $250,000.

LULAC National Veterans Initiative: LULAC offers many opportunities to connect with Latino
veterans with our local councils or at our special events throughout the year. In particular at the
LULAC National Convention a series of plenary meal events and opportunities to sponsor veterans
workshops exist. These special events address issues of critical importance to U.S. veterans and their
families. You can expect to hear from high-ranking government officials, political leaders, government
experts, local elected officials, and respected business and community leaders. You can sponsor a
seminars or workshop featuring expert panelists addressing the issues that affect our veterans the most,
including access to benefits, education and employment opportunities, entrepreneurship and
healthcare. Special plenary Veterans and Armed Services breakfast can be sponsored, which honor our
nation’s bravest heroes. Annual budget: $250,000

LULAC News: LULAC publishes a semi-monthly magazine to keep the LULAC membership
informed of the organization’s activities and to highlight the successes of the organization. In addition,
the LULAC NEWS carries national and regional information about issues of importance to the
Hispanic community. The magazine is mailed to all LULAC members and to other influential
individuals. The cost of production is financed through advertisements placed in the publication.
Annual budget: $150,000.

National Office—Washington, DC: LULAC has established a permanent national office in
Washington, D.C. with a full time staff. This office coordinates implementation of LULAC's
programs, impacts policy and legislation at the national level, and handles the day to day
administration of the national organization. The staff also compiles issue briefs to keep the LULAC
membership informed of important national legislative and policy initiatives. Annual budget:
$1,784,620.

Executive Office—San Antonio, TX: The LULAC Executive Office houses the LULAC National
President and staff. This office coordinates the National President's agenda, handles meetings, and
coordinates LULAC activities. Annual budget: $785,000.

LULAC State Offices—Austin, TX; Sacramento, CA: The LULAC state offices advocate for the
Hispanic community at the state level and handle constituency requests within the state. Our goal is to
establish offices in LULAC’s six geographical regions in order to expand our direct service programs
offered. Annual budget: $250,000 each.




                                                 —5—
                                        LNESC Programs


Educational Centers: The LULAC National Educational Service Centers seventeen-site network
of counseling centers assists eligible youth to continue in and graduate from high schools and
enroll in institutions of higher learning. On an annual basis, LNESC enrolls over 18,000 youth
into its comprehensive educational programs and provides assistance to approximately 5% of all
Hispanic students enrolling in college. Total yearly budget: $5 million. Per center start-up cost:
$250,000.

LNESC MODEL Programs: MODEL stands for Mentoring Opens Doors for Emerging Leaders,
and that is this programs mission. The program serves students in fourth through eighth grade by
matching them with a volunteer mentor who they meet with on a weekly basis. The mentees also
receive tutoring, life skills workshops, and field trip opportunities after school throughout the
week. The MODEL program currently serves 700 students in seven different cities: San Francisco,
Pomona, Houston, Dallas, Kansas City, Colorado Springs, and Puerto Rico. Total yearly budget:
$2.8 million. Per center start-up cost: $200,000.

LNESC Upward Bound Programs: The goals of Upward Bound center around college
preparedness. The program serves ninth and tenth graders that are classified as low-income or
potential first-generation college students. The academic year component consists of instruction at
the school site and a local community college while the summer component is a six-week summer
camp at a local college campus. The program is administered in Albuquerque, Dallas, Houston,
Miami, San Antonio, Corpus Christi, and Puerto Rico. Total yearly budget: $1.7 million. Per
center start-up cost: $200,000.

LULAC National Scholarship Fund: Managed and administered by LNESC, this scholarship
program recognizes and rewards student achievement in the Hispanic community by awarding
approximately a million dollars in scholarships each year. The program matches funds raised
locally by LULAC councils with corporate dollars raised by LNESC to increase the impact of the
scholarships. LNESC is able to increase the amount of money given in the name of sponsors by
140%. In 2004, 75 LULAC councils, representing 51 cities in 15 states, and 18 national
corporations participated in the LNSF effort. Over the past 28 years, over $18 million dollars has
been awarded to almost 28,000 students. Total yearly budget: $1,000,000. LNESC welcomes
sponsors at all levels!

Hispanic Leadership Opportunity Program: The LNESC Hispanic Leadership Opportunity
Program develops the leadership skills of Hispanic youth through the observation and analysis of
social, economic, and political issues and the leaders who deal with those issues. In addition, the
program engages the participants in a leadership project within their own community. The
program currently operates in the following 6 cities Los Angeles, Chicago, Houston, Pueblo,
Miami, and El Paso. Total yearly budget for all sites: $200,000. Per site cost: $12,000. LNESC
can work with funders to establish new sites and to fund individual sites in line with funders
strategic markets.




                                              —6—
LULAC Washington Youth Leadership Seminar: Administered by LNESC, the LULAC
Washington Youth Leadership Seminar is designed to provide students with an understanding of
how our government works and to explore the current issues we face as a nation. Each October, 50
outstanding Hispanic high school juniors and seniors are selected to attend a three-day educational
seminar in Washington, D.C. The seminar includes meetings with senators and congressional
representatives, White House officials, corporate executives and other Washington professionals,
and a tour of the city. Total yearly budget: $35,000.

Young Readers: The Young Readers program encourages children to make reading a life-long
habit. Twenty-five- thirty Kindergarten, first, and second graders meet twice weekly during the
entire academic year. Reading sessions are enhanced by field trips. Games, treats and prizes help
turn an educational experience into a fun activity kids look forward to week after week. LNESC
will implement the Young Readers program in approximately 30 cities in 2010. Total yearly
budget: $300,000. Per site cost: $12,000. LNESC can work with funders to establish new sites and
to fund individual sites in line with funder’s strategic markets.

Science Corps: The Science Corps program is designed to encourage Hispanic middle school
students to increase their interest in the fields of mathematics and science. Twenty middle school
students meet weekly during the school year with a science facilitator who involves them in
entertaining science oriented activities, takes them on field trips to interesting places where they
can see science in action, and exposes them to role models in scientific fields. Each month has one
of the branches of science as its theme. In addition, the science facilitator helps the students to
sponsor science related events at their school. LNESC has implemented the Science Corps
program in 6 cities across the U.S.. Total yearly budget: $150,000. Per site cost: $15,000. LNESC
can work with funders to establish new sites and to fund individual sites in line with funder’s
strategic markets.




                                              —7—
             LULAC Empower Hispanic America with Technology Initiative


The League of United Latin American Citizens is on the vanguard of closing the Digital Divide in
the Latino community. In 2004, LULAC launched the Empower Hispanic America with
Technology (EHAT) initiative with the support of a $1 million grant from the AT&T to establish
23 technology centers in Hispanic communities in 13 states. In 2006, a $1.5 million grant from the
AT&T Foundation expanded the EHAT network to establish 34 new community technology
centers in underserved Latino communities. Today, LULAC empowers over 200,000 Latinos a
year to advance their education, careers and quality of life through the network of 60 community
technology centers in 27 states.

The LULAC community technology center grants provide state-of-the-art computer equipment,
software and high-speed Internet access as well as instruction on computer to students and parents,
with an emphasis on services to first-generation American Hispanic and low income individuals.
Each technology center is equipped with at least 10 networked computers, broadband access, a
wireless access point, a laser printer, an LCD projector for the instructor, online technology
curriculum, onsite set-up and technology support. Training programs provide Internet access to do
school work, financial aid searches, job training, job searches, money management, English
language courses, and online citizenship, résumé, college application and GED preparation.
LULAC technology labs are housed in LULAC National Educational Service Center (LNESC)
sites, SER-Jobs for Progress centers, and in partner Latino-serving community-based
organizations.

Monthly capacity building calls with the community-based organizations hosting LULAC
computer labs facilities the sharing of best practices and collaboration for direct service program
delivery, LULAC’s hallmark advocacy work, funding announcements and other opportunities to
collaborate with LULAC’s nationwide network of 880 councils and 135,000 volunteer members.
As network members CBOs receive registration packages to participate in additional training at
LULAC’s annual LULAC’s National Convention each summer.

The continued operation of LULAC’s current network of 60 community technology centers and
newest technology programs are supported by over $2 million in grants from key corporate
partners such as, Time Warner Cable, Comcast Foundation, The Procter & Gamble Company,
AT&T Foundation and Broadband for America, as well as by the U.S. Department of Commerce’s
Broadband Technology Opportunities Program (BTOP).

LULAC’s most recent phase of EHAT launched in 2009 with a particular focus on providing
services to the 63% of Spanish-dominant Latinos who do not have access to broadband in their
homes. LULAC’s newest targeted programs incorporate technology into English courses for
recent immigrant Latinas, offer advanced technology training and emphasize community service
for high school students to encourage family members to “get connected,” and expanded
technology services into new emerging Latino communities like North Carolina. Along with
leading national civil rights organizations, LULAC founded the Broadband Opportunities
Coalition engage in a major Public Service Announcement campaign to highlighting the economic
and personal advancement that can be realized by underserved communities embracing 21st
Century technology.


                                              —8—
                                   LULAC NATIONAL EDUCATIONAL SERVICE CENTERS, INC.
                                              Richard Roybal, Executive Director
                                     2000 L St., NW, Suite 610 • Washington, DC 20036
                                        TEL: (202) 835-9646 • FAX: (202) 835-9685
                                                       Rev. 01.06.2011

CALIFORNIA                                    NEW MEXICO                          TEXAS continued
Maria Vanegas, Director                       John Moya, Director                 Ray de los Santos, Director
5339 E. Olympic Blvd.                         Upward Bound Program                Upward Bound Program
Los Ángeles, CA 90022-5147                    500 Second St., NW                  1107 W. Jefferson Blvd
Bus:     (323) 838-0091                       Albuquerque, NM 87102               Dallas, TX 75208
Fax:     (323) 838-0094                       Bus:    (505) 243-3787              Bus:     (214) 941-8800
Cell:    (626) 221-5675                       Fax:    (505) 243-7850              Fax:     (214) 941-8802
ixtacalco@aol.com                             Cell:   (505) 400-9902              Cell:    (214) 476-0848
                                              jmoya@lnesc.org                     rsantos@lnesc.org
COLORADO
Steve Garcia, Director                        PENNSYLVANIA                        Otis Gray
829 North Circle Dr., Suite 101               Jessica Rivera-Zelaya, Director     MODEL Mentoring Program
Colorado Springs, CO 80909-5008               Upward Bound Program                345 S. Edgefield Ave.
Bus:    (719) 637-0037                        2501 Kensington Ave. Suite 110      Dallas, TX 75208-5930
Fax:    (719) 637-0038                        Philadelphia, PA 19125              Bus:     (214) 943-2528
Cell:   (719) 930-5517                        Bus:     (215) 423-4811             Fax:     (214) 943-3298
Lnescsg@aol.com                               Fax:     (215) 423-4819             ogray@lnesc.org
                                              Cell:    (240) 602-1820
Pueblo Office                                 riveraj_us@yahoo.com                Cesar Garcia, Director
720 N. Main St., Suite 205                                                        9101 Butternut
Pueblo, CO 81003                              PUERTO RICO                         El Paso, Texas 79907
Bus & Fax: (719) 542-6628                     Zaida Vázquez, Director             Bus:        (915) 859-0700
                                              Upward Bound Program                Fax:        (915) 859-0738
FLORIDA                                       Calle Maceo #29                     Cell:       (915) 256-7962
Dulce Diaz-Vega, Director                     Bayamón, PR 00961                   cesgar66@yahoo.com
Upward Bound Program                          Bus:    (787) 785-8080/31
14750 SW 26th Street, Suite 201               Fax:    (787) 786-6933              Orlando Blancas, Director
Miami, FL 33185                               Cell:   (787) 467-2354              Upward Bound Program
Bus:    (305) 554-8566                        vazquez_zaida@hotmail.com           6800 Park Ten Suite 113 N.
Fax:    (305) 554-8567                                                            San Antonio, TX 78213
Cell:   (305) 389-8934                        Idalis Pérez, Director              Bus: (210) 226-2772
Nicksduranie16@aol.com                        Calle Maceo #29                     Fax: (210) 738-8484
                                              Bayamón, PR 00961                   Cell: (210) 392-0390
ILLINOIS                                      PO Box 55163 Station Num 1          O_blancas@yahoo.com
Maria Dolores Diaz                            Bayamón, PR 00960
Program Coordinator                           Bus:     (787) 740-0925             Jesus Roque, Program Coordinator
4355 W 26th Street, Suite 2                   Fax:     (787) 786-6933             Texas Workforce Commission
Chicago, IL 60623                             Cell:    (787) 466-0187             4200 Boston Avenue
Bus:    (773) 542-0066                        ida_perez@yahoo.com                 Lubbock, TX 79413
Fax:    (773) 542-0091                                                            Bus:    (806) 788-1858
Ldiaz@lnesc.org                               TEXAS                               Fax:    (806) 788-1083
                                              Feliberto Valdez, Director          Cell:   (360) 339-2644
MISSOURI                                      Upward Bound Program                jroque@lnesc.org
Michael Macias, Director                      400 Mann St., Suite 513
148 N. Topping Avenue                         Corpus Christi, TX 78401-2047
Kansas City, MO 64123                         Bus:     (361) 883-5134
Bus:    (816) 241-3780, ext. 214              Fax:     (361) 883-8749
Fax:    (816) 241-6625                        Cell:    (361) 549-3000
Cell:   (816) 695-4954                        fvaldez@lnesc.org
Mike.macias@lnesc-kc.org
                                              Rose Ann Blanco, Director
                                              3522 Polk Street, Suite 104
                                              Houston, TX 77003
                                              Bus:     (713) 236-0620
                                              Fax:     (713) 236-0670
                                              Cell:    (713) 416-3414
                                              blancorose@yahoo.com
                   EMPOWER HISPANIC AMERICA WITH TECHNOLOGY
                 LULAC TECHNOLOGY CENTERS – EXECUTIVE DIRECTORS

ARIZONA                       Marvin Andrade, Executive      (305) 968-9763
Luz Sarmina,                  Director                       www.lnesc.org
President & CEO               CARECEN
Valle del Sol, Inc.           2845 West 7th Street           Marytza Sanz, President
4117 N 17th Street            Los Angeles, CA 90005          Latino Leadership
Phoenix, AZ 85016             (213) 385-7800                 1010 Executive Center Drive,
(602) 248-8101                www.carecen-la.org             Suite 100,
www.valledelsol.com                                          Orlando, FL 32803
                              COLORADO                       (407) 895-0801
ARKANSAS                      Steve Garcia, Director         www.latino-leadership.org
Patricia Collins, Director    LNESC Colorado Spring
Danville Adult Education      829 North Circle Drive # 101   ILLINOIS
Center                        Colorado Springs, CO 80909     Ann R. Alvarez, President
1501 East 8th Street          (719) 637-0037                 Casa Central
Danville, AR 72833            www.lnesc.org                  1343 N. California, 3rd Fl.
(479) 968-5244                                               Chicago, IL 60622
                              Gabriel Sandoval,              (773) 645-2300
Cesar Compadre, Executive     Coordinator                    www.casacentral.org
Director                      LNESC Pueblo
La Casa Health Network        720 N. Main St. Suite 205      Daniel P. Loftus, Executive
6911 Geyer Springs Rd.        Pueblo, CO 81003               Director
Little Rock, AR 72209         (719) 542-6628                 Poder Learning Center
(501) 993-4972                www.lnesc.org                  1637 S. Allport St.
                                                             Chicago, IL 60608
CALIFORNIA                    CONNECTICUT                    (312) 226-2002
Maria Vanegas, Director       Maria Harlow,                  www.poderc.org
LNESC Pomona                  Executive Director
360 East Holt Avenue          Connecticut Association for    Michelle Rafferty, Director
Pomona, CA 91767              United Spanish Action, Inc.    Central States SER-Jobs for
(909) 623-0588                284 Washington Street          Progress
www.lnesc.org                 Wallingford, CT 06492          3948 W. 26th, # 212
                              (203) 265-5866                 Chicago, IL 60623
Edward Acevedo,               www.scowinc.org                (773) 542-9030
Coordinator                                                  www.centralstatesser.org
LNESC Los Angeles             Yanil Teron
5339 E.Olympic Blvd.          Connecticut Puerto Rican       Rosa Reyes-Prosen,
Los Angeles, CA 90022         Forum                          Executive Director
(323) 838-0091                95 Park Street, 2nd Floor      SER-Jobs for Progress of
www.lnesc.org                 Hartford, CT 06106             Lake County, Illinois
                              (860) 247-3227                 204 N. Genesee St., #220
Jeff Feinman                  www.ctpuertoricanforum.org     Waukegan, IL 60085
Executive Director                                           (847) 336-1004
Mission Graduates             Mary Sanders,                  www.serlake.org
3040 16th St.                 Director
San Francisco, CA 94103       Spanish Speaking               Dolores Diaz, Program
(415) 333-1114                Center/CAUSA                   Coordinator
www.lnesc.org                 29 Cedar St.                   LNESC Chicago
                              New Britain, CT 06051          4355 West 26th Street, Suite 2
Yvonne R. Gutierrez,          (860) 224-2651                 Chicago, IL 60623
Executive Director            www.spanishspeakingcenter.     (773) 542-0066
El Concilio del Condado de    org                            www.lnesc.org
Ventura
301 South C St.               FLORIDA                        Juan Salgado, Director
Oxnard, CA 93030              Dulce Diaz-Vega, Director      Instituto del Progreso Latino
(805) 486-9777                LNESC Miami                    2570 S. Blue Island Ave.
www.elconcilio1.vpweb.com     Calusa Elementary School       Chicago, IL 60608
                              9580 West Calusa Club Drive    (773) 890-0055
                              Miami, FL 33186                www.idpl.org
INDIANA                        148 N. Topping Ave.           Bronx, NY 10457
Rebecca Ruvalcaba,             Kansas City, MO 64123         (212) 564-6880
Executive Director             (816) 581-5683                www.nyaspira.org
La Casa de Amistad             www.lnesc.org
746 South Meade                                              NORTH CAROLINA
South Bend, IN 46619           NEBRASKA                      Jess George
(574) 233-2120                 Marien Ruiz, Executive        Executive Director
www.lacasadeamistad.org        Director                      Latin American Coalition
                               El Centro de Las Americas     4938 Central Ave
IOWA                           2615 O Street, Suite D        Charlotte, NC 28205
Ms. Cindy More                 Lincoln, NE 68510             (704) 531-3848
YWCA Blackhawk County          (402) 474-3950                www.latinamericancoalition.
(El Centro Latino              www.elcentrodelasamericas.o   org
Americano)                     rg
425 Lafayette                                                OHIO
Waterloo, IA 50703             NEVADA                        Giovanna Alvarez
(319)234-7589                  Priscilla Rocha, Director     Director
                               HABLE                         Su Casa Hispanic Center
                               3801 E. Washington Ave.       7036 Fairpark Avenue,
KANSAS                         Las Vegas, NV 89110           Cincinnati, OH 45216
Richard E. Lopez, CEO          (702) 855-8000                (513) 761-1588
SER-Corporation of Kansas                                    www.catholiccharitiesswo.or
1020 N. Main, Suite D          NEW JERSEY                    g/SuCasa/
Wichita, KS 67203              Rosalina (Wendy) Melendez,
(316) 264-5372                 Director                      Josue Vicente
www.sercorp.com                La Casa de Don Pedro          Executive Director
                               39 Broadway, 2nd Floor        Ohio Hispanic Coalition
MASSACHUSETTS                  Newark, NJ 07104              3556 Sullivant Ave, # 107
Janet Collazo, Executive       (973) 481-4568                Columbus, OH 43204
Director                       www.lacasanwk.org             (614) 840-9934
La Alianza Hispana             NEW MEXICO                    www.ohiohispaniccoalition.o
409 Dudley Street              John Moya, Director           rg
Roxbury, MA 02119              LNESC Albuquerque
(617) 427-7175                                               Mary Isa Garayua, Director
                               500 Second St, NW, # 500      OCCHA, Inc.
www.laalianza.org              Albuquerque, NM 87102         3660 Shirley Road
MICHIGAN                       (505) 243-3787                Youngstown, OH 44502
Roberto Jara, Executive        www.lnesc.org                 (330) 781-1808
Director                       Pete D. Salazar, President    www.youngstownoccha.org
Latin Americans United for     SER de New Mexico
Progress                                                     Ingrid Angel, Director
                               ABE/GED Program               El Barrio/ WSEM
96 W. 15th Street, Suite 102   6900 Gonzales Rd SW
Holland, MI 49423                                            5209 Detroit Ave.
                               Albuquerque NM 87105          Cleveland, OH 44102
(616) 392-5058
www.laup.org                                                 (216) 281-0109
                               Alex A. Martinez, Executive   www.wsem.org
Eva Dewaelsche, President      Director
SER Metro-Detroit              SER Santa Fe                  Rosa Caskey
9301 Michigan Ave.             2516 Cerrillos Road           El Puente Prog. Supervisor
Detroit, MI 48210              Santa Fe, NM 87505            Hispanic Catholic Ministry
(313) 846-2240                 (505) 473-0428                Office (North)
www.sermetro.org               www.ser-national.org          Archdiocese of Cincinnati
                               NEW YORK                      2725 E 5th St.
MISSOURI                                                     Dayton OH 45403
Michael Macias, Director       Hector Gesualdo, Director
                               ASPIRA of New York.           (937) 258-1309
LNESC Kansas City                                            OKLAHOMA
                               647 E 180th Street
Maria Reyes, Director           Rose Ann Blanco, Director     Salt Lake City, UT 84115
YWCA Intercultural Service      LNESC Houston                 (801) 521-4473
Center                          3522 Polk Street, Suite 103   www.cdlfu.org
1535 S. Memorial, # 108         Houston, TX 77003
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74112           (713) 236-0620                VIRGINIA
(918) 663-0377                  www.lnesc.org                 Cristina Schoendorf, CEO
wwwywcatulsa.org                                              Progreso Hispano Inc.
                                Choco Gonzalez Meza           4100 Mohawk Lane
PENNSYLVANIA                    President                     Alexandria, VA 22309
Jessica Rivera-Zelaya,          American Sunrise              (703) 799-8830
Director                        2007 W Commerce               www.elprogresohispano.com
LNESC Philadelphia              San Antonio, TX 78207
2501 Kensington Ave. #111       (210) 212-2227                WASHINGTON DC
Philadelphia, PA 19125          www.americansunrise-sa.org    Lori M. Kaplan, Executive
(215) 423-4811                                                Director
www.lnesc.org                   Orlando Blancas, Director     Latin American Youth Center
                                LNESC San Antonio             1419 Columbia Rd. NW
Lupe Pearce, President          6800 Parkten Suite 113 N.     Washington, DC 20009
Hispanic American               San Antonio, TX 78213         (202) 319-2225
Organization, Inc.              (210) 226-2772                www.layc-dc.org
462 Walnut Street               www.lnesc.org
Allentown, PA 18102                                           Judy Diaz, Interim Executive
(610) 435-5334                  Fil Valdez, Director          Director
www.hao-lv.org                  LNESC Corpus Christi          Neighbors' Consejo
                                400 Mann St., Suite 513       3118 16th Street NW
TEXAS                           Corpus Christi, TX 78401      Washington, DC 20010
Joel Loya, Executive Director   (361) 883-5134                (202) 234-6855
Abilene Child Centered          www.lnesc.org                 www.neighborsconsejo.org
Educational Support Services
2102 Ambler Avenue              Ray de los Santos, Director   WISCONSIN
Abilene, TX 79603               LNESC Dallas                  Anselmo Villarreal,
(325) 670-9727                  345 S. Edgefield Ave.         Executive Director
                                Dallas, TX 75208              La Casa de Esperanza, Inc.
Cesar Garcia, Director          (214) 943-2528                410 Arcadian Avenue
LNESC El Paso                   www.lnesc.org                 Waukesha, WI 53186
9101 Butternut                                                (262) 547-0887
El Paso, Texas 79901            UTAH                          www.lacasadeesperanza.org
(915) 533-4463                  Gonzalo Palza, CEO
www.lnesc.org                   Centro de la Familia
                                3780 South West Temple




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                                                              To advance the economic
                                                               condition, educational
                                                           attainment, political influence,
                                                           housing, health and civil rights
                                                               of Hispanic Americans.
     Advancing the Latino Community

          League of United Latin American Citizens            League of United Latin American Citizens




The Voice of the Latino Community
  Created in 1929
  135,000 volunteer members
  880 councils across the US
  Inclusive of all Hispanic Ethnic groups
  Headquartered in Washington, DC
  17 Offices in 10 states
  48 Employment Training Centers
  28 Housing Projects                                                                                    Puerto Rico

  60 Technology Centers




                                                     80 year legacy of success
                                                       Desegregated the Southwest.
                                                       Created “Little Schools of the 400”—the model
                                                       for Head Start.
                                                       Provided counseling services to more than
                                                       500,000 secondary school students.
                                                       Awarded $30 million in scholarships.
                                                       Created MALDEF, SER Jobs for Progress & LNESC.
                                                       Served over 150,000 people through the LULAC
                                                       technology centers.
                                                              League of United Latin American Citizens




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     Improving the Quality of Life for Latinos                                                                                      The explosive growth of the US Hispanic
          Lower the dropout rate and raise the college                                                                              population has created the fastest growing
          graduation rate of our youth.                                                                                             market in our nation’s history.
          Increase our economic empowerment and                                                                                     Latinos make up 15.4% of the U.S. Population
          employment opportunities.                                                                                                 and their purchasing power is expected to
                                                                                                                                    exceed $1.3 trillion by 2015.
          Provide access to affordable housing and raise
          Hispanic homeownership rates.                                                                                             Corporate outreach to the Hispanic community
                                                                                                                                    undervalues our market share creating unique
          Assist immigrants with integrating into U.S.                                                                              opportunities for forward looking companies.
          society and becoming citizens.
                                                                                                                                    The exponential growth of Latino political
          Strengthen our political power and                                                                                        power will benefit companies who have
          provide leadership development.                                                                                           strong ties to our community.




    Latinos will comprise 25% of the US pop. by 2050                                                                              Latino buying power will reach 1.4 trillion by 2013
                                                                                                         102.6                                                                                               1400
                                                                                                                                    In billions of dollars                                      1240
                                                                                               87.6
                              Population in millions                                                                                                                              1100
                                                                                   73.0                                                                              951
                                                                       59.7
                                                           47.8
                                               35.3                                                                                                     490
                                   22.4
                       14.6
            9.6                                                                                                                           212

          1970        1980        1990         2000       2010* 2020* 2030* 2040* 2050*
                                                                                                                                         1990       2000            2008           2009          2011         2013
                        Census                                                 Projections
                                                                                                                                                          Actual                                     Projections
                                                                  *Projected Population as of July 1
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 1970, 1980, 1990, and 2000 Decennial Censuses; Population Projections, July 1, 2010 to July 1, 2050
                                                                                                                                                        Source: Selig Center for Economic Growth, 2009




    40% of Latinos do not have a high school degree                                                                               Fewer than half of Latinos own their own homes
           (Population 25 years and older)
                                               84.6                                                                                 80           74.9
                    83.5
                                                                                                                                    70
                                                                                                                                                                     59.1
                                                                           58.7                        61.7                         60
                                                                                                                                                                                         48.9              47.5
                                                                                                                                    50
                                                                                                                                    40
                           27.9                        26.2         24.5                       23.3
                                                                                                                                    30
                                                                                  11.5                        13.1
             6.7                         6.3                                                                                        20
                                                                                                                                    10
              Total: Male                Total: Female               Hispanic: Male             Hispanic: Female
                                                                                                                                     0
                                                                                                                                                White              Asian             Hispanic            Black
              Less than 9th grade              High school or more             Bachelor's degree or more
                           Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2006 American Community Survey                                                                                Pew Hispanic Center




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40% of Latinos are first generation immigrants

         87.5
                                                                               Today, we look forward to
                     60.0                                                  discussing how your company can
                                                            40.0             partner with us to achieve our
                                                                            mission and contribute to your
                                               12.5                             company’s bottom line.

            Native                                Foreign Born
                          Total          Hispanic
                                                                               League of United Latin American Citizens
         Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2006 American Community Survey




                                                                      Expanding the Spirit of Community Service
                                                                        To mobilize our nationwide network of 17
     An ambitious initiative to revitalize                              regional offices, 60 technology centers and 880
     Latino neighborhoods from within                                   LULAC Councils by developing & implementing
     by creating innovative grass roots                                 innovative grass-roots programs serving Latino
                                                                        communities across the country.
       programs in over 700 Hispanic
                                                                        To create and enhance volunteer-led programs
       communities served by LULAC                                      in Hispanic neighborhoods that will enable
                  Councils.                                             Latino communities to help themselves.
                                                                        To identify best practices and publish
                                                                        program guides for Latino volunteers.
          League of United Latin American Citizens                             League of United Latin American Citizens




Opening the doors of opportunity                                      LNESC Programs
  LULAC National Scholarship Fund                                       LULAC National Educational Service Centers
  ¡Adelante! America Leadership Development                             Young Readers
  Parent Involvement Initiative                                         Science Corps
  LULAC Youth and Young Adults                                          Washington Youth Leadership Seminar
  New Mexico University Leadership Program                              Hispanic Leadership Opportunity Program
  Youth & Young Adult Mural Projects                                    Mentoring Opens Doors for Emerging Leaders
  National Education Summit                                             Upward Bound


          League of United Latin American Citizens                             League of United Latin American Citizens




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Employment & Financial Security                     Engaging Latinos in our Democracy
  Financial Literacy Project                          Immigration and Citizenship Initiative
  LULAC Housing Services                              English Plus Language Classes
  LULAC Technology Centers                            The Democracy Project
  Employment Training & Career Services               Civil Rights Project
  Workforce Anti-Discrimination Education             Latinos Living Healthy
  Environmental Sustainability & Green Jobs           Hagase Contar: Census Outreach
  Federal Training Institute                          Create the Good: 50 Plus Initiative
  LULAC Career Fairs                                  LULAC Website 3.0
                                                      LULAC News
         League of United Latin American Citizens            League of United Latin American Citizens




Outreach, Recruitment & Engagement                    We are seeking multi-year contribution
  LULAC National Convention & Exposition              commitments from visionary corporate partners
                                                      to underwrite the LULAC Leadership Initiative.
  LULAC Legislative Conference & Gala
                                                      LULAC will develop a custom proposal that
  LULAC Women's Conference                            includes support for a program or programs that
  LULAC Veterans Summit                               meet your corporate priorities.
  LULAC Radiothon/Telethon                            Your support is critical to the success of this
  State & District Conventions                        initiative…without your support the Hispanic
  LULAC Cultural Heritage Events                      community will remain underserved and your
                                                      company may not obtain the outreach to
                                                      Latinos that it needs to stay competitive.
         League of United Latin American Citizens            League of United Latin American Citizens




      Please join us in establishing the
      LULAC Leadership Initiative and
      making a real difference for the
             Latino community.

        Contact the LULAC National Office at
         (202) 833-6130 or www.lulac.org
               for more information
         League of United Latin American Citizens




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LULAC NEWS
2011 Rate Card
Advertising Rates

4 Color                1X          2X         3X         6X       Size
Full Page            3,000       2,900       2,800      2,700       8.5" x 11"

Inside Covers
Color Full Page      4,500       4,350      4,200       4,050      8.5" x 11"

Back Cover
Color Full Page      5,000       4,800      4,600       4,400      8.5" x 11"

Half Page             1,275      1,235       1,200      1,165       8.5" x 5.5"
Quarter Page           750        735         720        705        4.25" x 5.5"

The LULAC News is a full-color magazine. However, we will print black and white ads upon
request.

Issued:                                                       Circulation:
Quarterly beginning with January/February issue               34,000

Closing Dates
Issue                             Ad Materials               Coverage
January/February                  December 15                LULAC Week, Gala, Legislative
June/July                         June 15                    Pre-Convention
September/October                 August 15                  Post-Convention
November/December                 October 15                 Holiday Issue

Mechanical Specifications
Binding: Saddle Stitch, Trim Size: 8.5" x 11"

Notes
1). No charge for bleed, but provide 1/8" bleed area all around on all negatives or separations.
2). Preferred material: Black and white ad slick with film negatives, right side reading, emulsion
    side down. Four-color ads require a color proof or color key with color separation provided
    right side reading, emulsion side down, 133 line screen. Live area is 1/4" less than trim all
    around. We do accept digital material which can be sent to the address below or emailed to:
    CONTACT PENDING.
3). Ad material returned only upon request.
4). No cancellations after closing date.
5). The publisher and LULAC shall be under no liability for errors made by the advertiser or loss
    by reason of any errors arising out of publication.
6). Full page article - 600 words, Half page article - 400 words, Quarter page article - 200 words.

Publisher reserves the right to assign all advertising space. All prices include 15% agency
commission.

Materials
Send materials to:
Editor
LULAC News
2000 L Street, NW, Suite 610
Washington, DC 20036
(202) 833-6130 FAX (202) 833-6135
About LuLac   Convention   Conference & Gala   Programs       Partnerships   Building Fund
                                               Partnerships
LEAGUE OF UNITED LATIN AMERICAN CITIZENS

                           2011 LULAC PARTNER PROGRAM
LULAC is offering a partnership program designed to highlight and recognize its strongest corporate
partners. The LULAC Partner Program 2011 provides a package of sponsorships for LULAC’s premiere
events and programs at a considerable savings and with additional value-added opportunities not available
to other sponsors. By becoming a Platinum, Gold, or Silver Partner, your company can receive year-
round recognition for its support of LULAC activities with one convenient contribution. The 2011
LULAC Partner Program includes the following sponsorships:

LULAC National Convention & Exposition: One of the premier Hispanic conventions held in the
United States, the LULAC National Convention draws over 20,000 people each year including the top
leaders from government, business, and the Hispanic community. The partner program includes three
levels of convention sponsorship, which are detailed in our convention information package.

LULAC Legislative Conference: The LULAC Legislative Conference includes a Policy Summit and
Gala, which highlight critical legislative issues affecting Hispanic Americans and recognizes key leaders
who have served the Hispanic community well. The partner program includes four levels of legislative
conference sponsorship, which are detailed in our legislative conference information package.

LULAC News: LULAC publishes a quarterly magazine to keep the LULAC membership informed of the
organization’s activities and national and regional information about issues of importance to the Hispanic
community. The partner program includes two ad packages, which are detailed on the LULAC News
2011 rate card.

LULAC Corporate Alliance: The LULAC Corporate Alliance fosters partnerships between
corporations, the Hispanic community and LULAC. The Alliance promotes economic development
initiatives as well as provides advice and assistance to the LULAC organization. Corporations
participating in the Alliance work with LULAC in developing national and community-based programs to
address the needs of the Hispanic community and work toward ensuring that the nation’s future
workforce obtains the necessary education and skills to keep America productive.

LULAC Universal Partner Badge: The LULAC Universal Partner Badge is a custom made name
badge that will admit the bearer to any LULAC National event free of charge throughout the year.
Available in platinum, gold, or silver, the partner badge is exclusive to LULAC Partners and ensures VIP
treatment at LULAC events and by LULAC members nationwide.

LULAC Web Link: LULAC Partners will have their company’s web site linked highlighted on
LULAC’s web site through an interactive link that features the partner’s company logos grouped by
partner level.

Partner Reception: LULAC Partners are invited to a reception with the LULAC National Board and
LULAC life members to take place on Thursday evening of the LULAC National Convention. This
reception provides LULAC Partners with the opportunity to network with LULAC's top leadership.

Partner Plaque: LULAC partners will be prominently displayed on a plaque at the LULAC National
Office for all visitors to view.




                         PARTNER PROGRAM 2011
LEAGUE OF UNITED LATIN AMERICAN CITIZENS

                             2011 LULAC PARTNER PROGRAM
Event Program               Platinum Partner              Gold Partner                  Silver Partner
                            $100,000                      $75,000                       $50,000
2011 LULAC National         Presidential Sponsorship      Judicial Sponsorship          Senatorial Sponsorship
Convention & Exposition     $50,000 Value                 $35,000 Value                 $25,000 Value
2011 Legislative            Diamond Sponsor               Gold Sponsorship              Silver Sponsorship
Conference                  $25,000 Value                 $10,000 Value                 $6,000 Value
LULAC News                  Full Page Color Ad in six     Full Page Color Ad in six     Half Page B&W Ad in six
Published 4 times in Year   issues                        issues                        issues
2011                        $18,000 Value                 $18,000 Value                 $7,650 Value
Corporate Alliance          Platinum Membership           Gold Membership               Silver Membership
Membership                  $20,000 Value                 $15,000 Value                 $10,000 Value
LULAC Universal Partner     3 Platinum Partner            2 Gold Partner                1 Silver Partner
Badge                       Name Badges                   Name Badges                   Name Badges
                            $6,000 Value                  $4,000 Value                  $2,000 Value
LULAC Web Link with         Platinum Link                 Gold Link                     Silver Link
Corporate Logo              $3,000 Value                  $3,000 Value                  $3,000 Value
Partner Only Reception at   Partner Reception             Partner Reception             Partner Reception
Convention with Board &     $1,000 Value                  $1,000 Value                  $1,000 Value
Life Members
Partner Plaque at LULAC     Platinum listing              Gold listing                  Silver listing
National Office             $3,000 Value                  $2,000 Value                  $1,000 Value
Total Value                                    $126,000                       $88,000                       $55,650
Actual Cost                                    $100,000                       $75,000                       $50,000
Savings                                20%—$26,000                    15%—13,000                         10%—5,650

Payment: One portion of the partner's contribution will be allocated to the LULAC National Office a 501(c)(4)
organization. The other portion of the partner's contribution will be allocated to the LULAC Institute a 501(c)(3)
organization. Contributions to the LULAC Institute are tax deductible. Contributions to LULAC National are not
tax deductible as a charitable contribution but may be deductible as a business expense. Below is the breakdown for
each partnership level. Please make separate payments to the LULAC National and the LULAC Institute.

Partner Contribution                Platinum Partner                  Gold Partner                  Silver Partner
Allocation                                  $100,000                       $75,000                         $50,000
LULAC National                                  $32,000                       $22,000                       $17,350
LULAC Institute                                 $68,000                       $53,000                       $32,650

PARTNER AGREEMENT:                   Sign up my company for the following partnership package:

Partner Level:                  Platinum                      Gold                             Silver

Name ___________________________________ Company __________________________________________

_____________________________________________________________                    _____________________________
Signature of Authorized Representative                                            Date

Mail this agreement and check to:                         Make check payable to: LULAC National. For more
LULAC National Office                                     information about sponsorship packages,
2000 L Street, NW, Suite 610                              advertisements and exhibits, call (202) 833-6130 or
Washington, DC 20036                                      visit our website at: www.LULAC.org.


                            PARTNER PROGRAM 2011
     2011 LULAC National Women’s Conference

                2011 LULAC NATIONAL WOMEN’S CONFERENCE
                           Friday, April 8 and Saturday, April 9, 2011
                                        Chicago, Illinois


LULAC is proud to request your presence and sponsorship at our annual National
Women’s Conference to be held April 8th and 9th at the beautiful Chicago, IL.

The theme for the 2011 conference is “Agents of Change … Making a World of
Difference”. We are doing so in the areas of business, education, and political
empowerment. Now is the time to highlight the important accomplishments of women
who have progressed in their areas of expertise and have them share their experiences
with our participants.

The mission of the LULAC National Women’s Conference has always been to engage
women from across this country to raise their consciousness and enhance their ability to
become leaders. We are very proud of the success this conference has achieved due to the
commitment of the Women’s Commission and the generosity of our corporate partners.

Our surveys reflect that women continue to learn from the experience of being a part of
the LULAC network and the conference also increases their knowledge as consumers of
products offered by our corporate partners.

Latinas are getting elected to top positions in national, state, and local elections. As we
celebrate our 82nd anniversary fighting for civil rights, Latinas have made tremendous
strides in holding positions of influence within American society. I am honored to be
serving as National Vice President for Women.

Your participation is key as women’s purchasing power increases and your company’s
support is important in our quest to continue empowering women through our educational
forums.

We are looking forward to your positive consideration of our proposal. Attached you will
find our participation levels.

Sincerely,

Regla González
National Vice-President for Women


For More Information: For conference information and registration, contact the LULAC Women’s
Commission at 617.710.9088. or LULAC Fiscal Officer Carolina Muñoz 915.577.0726.




                  Chicago, IL • April 8—9, 2011
        2011 LULAC National Women’s Conference

INFORMATION                       PRELIMINARY AGENDA
Headquarters Hotel                THURSDAY, APRIL 7
Hyatt Regency McCormick Place     2:00 pm to 5:00 pm     Conference Committee Work Group Meeting
2233 South Martin L. King Drive
Chicago, Illinois 60616           6:00 pm to 8:00 pm     Reception
Reservations: (888) 421-1442
Cut-off date: 3/26/11             Friday, April 8
                                  12:00 pm to 4:00 pm    Silent Auction
                                  12:00 pm to 4:00 pm    Early Registration, 1st. Floor
Air Transportation
                                  4:00 pm                Exhibits Set-up
Southwest Airlines
(800) 435-9792                    7:00 pm to 9:00 pm     VIP Reception
www.southwest.com
                                  Saturday, April 9
American Airlines                  7:30 am to 8:30 am    Registration, 1st. Floor
(800) 433-1790
www.aa.com                        7:00 am to 8:30 am     Breakfast and Recognition of Community Leaders
                                                         Non Traditional Jobs
                                  7:00 am to 4:00 pm     Exhibits and Silent Charity Auction

                                  8:30 am to 8:45 am     Conference Launching and Official Welcome
                                  8:50 am to 10:50 am    Workshops
                                  10:20 am to 10:30 am   Break

                                  10:30 am to 12:10 pm   Workshops
                                  12:10 pm to 12:30 pm   Silent Charity Auction
                                  12:30 pm to 2:00 pm    Women’s Recognition Luncheon and
                                                         Salute to Corporate Sponsors
                                  2:10 pm to 3:40 pm     Workshops

                                  7:00 pm to midnight    Taste of Chicago Reception




                     Chicago, IL • April 8—9, 2011
     2011 LULAC National Women’s Conference

                                            REGISTRATION
                          PLEASE COMPLETE ONE FORM PER PERSON ATTENDING

You are invited to attend the LULAC National Women's Conference sponsored by the LULAC National
Women's Commission and chaired by LULAC National Vice President for Women, Regla Gonzalez. The
LULAC National Women's Conference provides professional development workshops and seminars
targeted to the needs of Latinas, and also highlight the contributions that Latinas have made to this country.
This year's conference will feature workshops on Education, Health, Human Trafficking, Women in
Business, Women in the Military, and the Modern Man. Print or type the requested information below as
you would like it to appear on your name badge. Please complete a form for each person attending and
submit prior to March 26, 2011.

Name _______________________________________________________________________________________

Title ________________________________________________________________________________________

Company/Agency _________________________________________________ Council # ____________________

Address _____________________________________________________________________________________

City ______________________________________ State _______________________ Zip ________________

Work Phone _________________________________ Home Phone _____________________________________

Fax ________________________________________ Email __________________________________________
Check the appropriate box(es).

Registration Packages
(Reception/Breakfast/Luncheon/Workshops/Exhibits)
 LULAC Member                             $100
 Non-Member                                 200
 Student (I.D.) required                     75




Total ____________ Credit Card # ___________________________________ Expiration Date _______________

 MasterCard  Visa  American Express              Signature ____________________________________________


Payment can be made by cash, check, or major credit card. Credit card         LULAC Fiscal Office
orders accepted by fax. There is a $25.00 handling fee for all returned       2011 National Women’s Conference
checks.                                                                       201 East Main, Suite 605
                                                                              El Paso, TX 79901
                                                                              (915) 577-0726, FAX (915) 577-0914

Questions? Contact: Regla Gonzalez, LULAC National VP for Women at reglag@aol.com or
Carolina Munoz, LULAC Fiscal Officer at (915) 577-0726 fax: (915) 577-0914. Toll Free number:
(866) 577-0726 E-mail: cmunoz@lulac.org




                    Chicago, IL • April 8—9, 2011
     2011 LULAC National Women’s Conference

                                    SPONSORSHIP PACKAGES
As the nation’s largest and oldest Hispanic Civil Rights organization, with its rich history and advocacy for
education, civil rights, economic attainment, and workforce development LULAC has a proven track
record in its quest to reach out to the communities it serves throughout the United States, Hawaii, and
Puerto Rico. The continued training and learning opportunities that are offered to our volunteer members
and community leaders at our annual conference are vital in order to provide the much needed services to
those in need. Our expected attendance is over 500 participants.

Please review our participatory menu of opportunities and registration forms by which you may support
this very important event. As a project of the LULAC Institute, a 501(c)3 organization, all contributions to
the conference are tax deductible. For additional information, please contact our National Fiscal Officer
Ms. Carolina Munoz at 866-577-0726 or by e-mail at cmunoz@lulac.org. The following packages are
offered at the levels indicated.

Diamond Level—$30,000+
Priority Seating at Five Tables of 10, Recognition of Corporate Sponsor at the Luncheon, Full Page Color
Ad in Program Book, Logo on LULAC website, VIP Meet and Greet Hospitality Photo-Op, and five
corporate representatives at Welcome Reception.

Emerald Level—$25,000+
Priority Seating at Four Tables of 10, Recognition of Corporate Sponsor at the Luncheon, Full Page Black
and White Ad, Logo on LULAC website, VIP Meet and Greet, Hospitality Photo-Op, and four corporate
representatives at Welcome Reception.

Ruby Level—$20,000+
Seating at Three Tables of 10, Recognition of Corporate Sponsor at the Luncheon, Full Page Black &
White Ad in Program Book, Logo on LULAC website, A VIP Meet and Greet Hospitality Photo-Op, and
four corporate representatives at Welcome Reception.

Pearl Level—$15,000+
Two Tables of 10 at the Luncheon, Recognition of Corporate Sponsor at the Luncheon, ½ page black and
white Ad in Program, Book, Logo on LULAC website, and four corporate representatives at Welcome
Reception.

Sapphire Level- $10,000+
This level entitles the Sponsor to One Table of 10, Recognition of Corporate Sponsor at the Luncheon, ½
page black and white Ad in Program book, Logo on LULAC website, and two corporate representatives at
Welcome Reception.


ADDITIONAL OPPORTUNITIES

   Cost of archiving/recording Conference
   Scholarships for Youth and Young Adult Women’s attendance
   Silent Auction Items
   Commemorative Conference Bags w/Company Logo




                    Chicago, IL • April 8—9, 2011
     2011 LULAC National Women’s Conference

SPONSORSHIP AGREEMENT: Please print or type the requested information below as it
should appear in the conference program and name badge:

Name _________________________________ Title ________________________________________

Corporation/Agency ____________________________________________________________________

Address ______________________________________________________________________________

City ___________________________________ State ____________________ Zip _______________

Telephone                           Fax __________________     E-Mail ________________________

Select sponsorship level below. Enter the event you wish to sponsor: __________________________

    Diamond Sponsor—$30,000: This level entitles the Sponsor to priority Seating at Five
     Tables of 10 and Recognition of Corporate Sponsor at the Luncheon, Full Page Color Ad in
     Program Book, Logo on LULAC website, a VIP Meet and Greet Hospitality Photo-Op, and
     five corporate representatives at Welcome Reception.

    Emerald Sponsor—$25,000: This level entitles the Sponsor to priority Seating at Four
     Tables of 10 and Recognition of Corporate Sponsor at the Luncheon, Full Page Black and
     White Ad, Logo on LULAC website, a VIP Meet and Greet Hospitality Photo-Op, and four
     corporate representatives at Welcome Reception.

    Ruby Sponsor—$20,000: This level entitles the Sponsor to priority Seating at Three
     Tables of 10 and Recognition of Corporate Sponsor at the Luncheon, Full Page Black &
     White Ad in Program Book, Logo on LULAC website, a VIP Meet and Greet Hospitality
     Photo-Op, and 4 corporate representatives at Welcome Reception.

    Pearl Sponsor—$15,000: This level entitles the Sponsor to Two Tables of 10 at the
     Luncheon, Recognition of Corporate Sponsor at the Luncheon, ½ page black and white Ad
     in Program Book, Logo on LULAC website, and 4 corporate representatives at Welcome
     Reception.
    Sapphire Sponsor—$10,000: This level entitles the Sponsor to One Table of 10 and
     Recognition of Corporate Sponsor at the Luncheon, ½ page black and white Ad in Program
     book, Logo on LULAC website, and two corporate representatives at Welcome Reception.



____________________________________________________________         ____________________________
Signature of Authorized Representative                               Date

Mail this agreement and check to:
LULAC National Fiscal Office
2011 National Women’s Conference
201 East Main, Suite 605
El Paso, Texas 79901
(915) 577-0726 FAX (915) 577-0914




                  Chicago, IL • April 8—9, 2011
       2011 LULAC National Women’s Conference

                                          ADVERTISING AGREEMENT
The League of United Latin American Citizens 2011 National Women's Conference welcomes you to
advertise in the Program. To advertise in our Program Brochure, please return the form below and indicate
the advertising firm handling your account. We encourage your consideration and welcome your support.

Please print or type the requested information below to advertise in the conference program:

Name _____________________________________ Title ____________________________________________

Corporation/Agency ___________________________________________________________________________

Representing Agency___________________________________________________________________________

Address _____________________________________________________________________________________

City ______________________________________ State _______________________ Zip ________________

Telephone                                       Fax                                         Email



Please indicate choices below (trim sizes shown):
 Full Page Color (back page) .....................................................$1,500
 Full Page Color (inside front) ...................................................$1,500
 Full Page Black & White .........................................................$1,000
 Half Page Black & White ..........................................................$500

Notes:
1). Preferred material: PDF digital material which can be sent to the address below or emailed to
    Luis Briones at luisbriones@lulac.org
2). Ad material returned only upon request.
3). The publisher and LULAC shall be under no liability for errors made by the advertiser or loss by
    reason of any errors arising out of publication.
Mail this agreement and payment to the LULAC Fiscal Office. Publisher reserves the right to assign all
advertising space. All prices are net and non-commissionable. DEADLINE: MARCH 13, 2011

____________________________________________________________                                        ____________________________
Signature of Authorized Representative                                                              Date
Make checks payable to LULAC Institute and mail to the LULAC                                   LULAC Fiscal Office
Fiscal Office. Credit card orders accepted by fax. For more                                    2011 National Women’s Conference
information, contact Carolina Munoz at (915) 577-0726 or visit our                             201 East Main, Suite 605
website at: www.LULAC.org.                                                                     El Paso, Texas 79901
                                                                                               (915) 577-0726 FAX (915) 577-0914

Total ____________ Credit Card # ___________________________________ Expiration Date _______________

 MasterCard  Visa  American Express                         Signature ____________________________________________




                         Chicago, IL • April 8—9, 2011
     2011 LULAC National Women’s Conference

                        APRIL 8-9, 2011 EXHIBITOR AGREEMENT
The League of United Latin American Citizens welcomes you to exhibit at the 2011 National Women's
Conference. Exhibit Set up Friday 6:00 pm Open Saturday from 7:30 am to 2:00 pm:

Name _____________________________________ Title ____________________________________________

Corporation/Agency ___________________________________________________________________________

Representing Agency___________________________________________________________________________

Address _____________________________________________________________________________________

City ______________________________________ State _______________________ Zip ________________

Phone _________________________ Fax _________________________ Email __________________________

Payment in full of $600 per space is required with this Agreement. Purchase orders for State/Federal
Agencies will be accepted and payment must be made upon receipt of invoice. NOTE: Space assignments
are based upon the order in which companies or agencies become Exhibitors. Preference will be given to
major corporate sponsors, per agreement. Exhibitors receive a listing in the Program Book, an I.D. Sign, a
Table and Two Chairs, Name Tags (please provide names), 2 tickets to the Welcome Reception on Friday,
2 tickets to the breakfast and 2 tickets to the Luncheon on Saturday.

Indicate amount of Spaces Required. _______.

 “The exhibitor assumes the entire responsibility and liability for losses, damages, and claims arising out of
exhibitor’s activities on the Hotel premises and will indemnify, defend, and hold harmless the Hotel, its
owners, and its management company, as well as their respective agents, servants, and employees from any
and all such losses, damages and claims”. LULAC Exposition Coordinators reserve the right to establish
rules that may be required to guarantee the safety and appearance of the conference exhibit area.

Mail the form & payment to the address below.

____________________________________________________________                      ____________________________
Signature of Authorized Representative                                            Date

Make checks payable to LULAC Institute and mail to the LULAC Fiscal                LULAC Fiscal Office
Office. Credit card orders accepted by fax. For more information, contact          2011 National Women’s Conference
Carolina Munoz at (915) 577-0726 or visit our website at:                          201 East Main, Suite 605
www.LULAC.org.                                                                     El Paso, Texas 79901
                                                                                   (915) 577-0726 FAX (915) 577-0914

Total ____________ Credit Card # ___________________________________ Expiration Date _______________

 MasterCard  Visa  American Express              Signature ____________________________________________




                    Chicago, IL • April 8—9, 2011
                          LULAC CORPORATE ALLIANCE
                                       Mission

The mission of the LULAC Corporate Alliance is to establish and foster partnerships
between corporations, the Hispanic community and LULAC. The Alliance will promote
economic development initiatives as well as provide advice and assistance to the LULAC
organization. Corporations participating in the Alliance will work with LULAC in
developing national and community-based programs to address the needs of the Hispanic
community and will work toward ensuring that the nation’s future workforce obtains the
necessary education and skills to keep America productive.

                                      Objective

To support the strategies, goals, and mission of LULAC and advocate on its behalf

                                      Structure

Officers: Chair, Vice Chair—Finance, Vice Chair—Public Relations, Vice Chair—
Strategic Planning, and Vice Chair— Policy. Terms of office are for two years. These
officers act as the LULAC Corporate Alliance Executive Committee, which is
empowered to make decisions for the group, if the need arises. Three Corporate Alliance
members serve on the LULAC Institute Board with staggered three-year terms.

Membership: Corporate partners of LULAC may select one representative who is
empowered to make financial decisions and other commitments to serve on the board. If
a company’s principal member is unavailable, an associate may sit in for the
representative, but such occurrences should be infrequent.

Meetings: The Corporate Alliance meets three times a year. Meetings last approximately
two hours and are held in conjunction with major Hispanic events. 1) One day after the
LULAC National Legislative Awards Gala in February or March in Washington, DC; 2)
On Thursday during the LULAC National Convention; and 3) During the week of the
Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute Public Policy Conference during September in
Washington, DC.

Contributions: While there are no set dues for Corporate Alliance membership, the goal
is for members to contribute a combined total of at least $20,000 per year to LULAC or
LNESC programs.
                          LULAC CORPORATE ALLIANCE
                                      Committees

1. Strategic Planning Committee: established to help LULAC with our strategic
   planning process. Vice Chair of Strategic Planning works closely with Chair and
   assumes Chair’s responsibilities whenever Chair not available.

2. Finance Committee: helps to ensure and enhance the financial stability of LULAC,
   through corporate sponsorships, Foundation grants, endowments and other means of
   revenue generation.

3. Media/Public Relations Committee: works to ensure LULAC is recognized as a
   premier national Hispanic organization, and its messages are clearly and strongly
   delivered to all external groups including corporations, government agencies and the
   general public. Our goal here must be one of greater national awareness and
   recognition of LULAC and the work it does.

4. Policy Committee: facilitates an official process for corporate partners to bring
   policy and legislative concerns to the LULAC National Office; educates Corporate
   Alliance members on LULAC’s policy making process, monitors resolutions passed
   at the National Convention and informs corporate members about this process.
                                           LULAC CORPORATE ALLIANCE
                                                 Membership Roster 2-7-11

Mr. John Hoel                              Vice President, Corporate Relations   U.S. Public Affairs & Policy
VP, Federal Government Affairs             Diageo North America                  Pfizer Inc.
Altria Group, Inc.                         Miami, Florida                        New York , NY
Washington, DC
                                           Mr. Leonard James, III                Ms. Felisa Insignares
Mr. Juan Rios                              Corporate Policy Advisor              Multicultural External Relations
Manager, U.S. Hispanic National            Exxon Mobil Corporation               The Procter & Gamble Company
Organizations                              Houston, TX                           Cincinnati, OH
American Airlines
Fort Worth, TX                             Ms. Lynn Quigley                      Mr. Brian K. Hall
                                           Manager, Community Relations          Supplier Diversity/Diversity Outreach
Mr. Howard Moon                            Ford Motor Company Fund &             Specialist
Director, Global Government Affairs        Community Services                    Shell Oil Company
Amgen                                      Dearborn, MI                          Houston, TX
Washington, DC
                                           Mr. Lee Godown                        Ms. Christine Ortega
Ms. Margarita Flores                       Director, Federal Affairs             Southwest Airlines
Anheuser-Busch, Inc.                       General Motors Company                Corporate Community Affairs
Sr. Director, Community Relations          Washington, DC                        San Antonio, TX
San Antonio, TX
                                           Mr. Brad Shaw                         Mr. Jon G. Muñoz
Ms. Norelie Garcia                         SVP, Corporate Communications &       Vice Chair Strategic Planning
Associate Vice President, Public Affairs   External Affairs                      Senior Manager, Inclusion & Diversity,
AT&T, Services Inc.                        The Home Depot                        Corporate Responsibility
Washington, D.C.                           Atlanta, GA                           Sprint Nextel Corporation
                                                                                 Reston, VA
Ms. Angelina Ornelas                       Mr. Peter Villegas
Vice Chair Finance                         JPMorgan Chase & Co.                  Mr. Fernando R. Laguarda, Esq.
Bank of America Home Loans                 Los Angeles, CA                       Vice President, External Affairs and
Pasadena, CA                                                                     Policy Counselor
                                           Mr. Gus Viaño                         Time Warner Cable
Mr. Tom Leibensperger                      Director of Diversity & Inclusion     Washington, DC
Director, Advocacy, Office of Policy and   McDonald's Corporation
Representation                             Oak Brook, IL                         Ms. Nora Venegas
BlueCross BlueShield Association                                                 Director, Federal Governmental Relations
Washington, DC                             Mr. Alex Lee Franco                   Tyson Foods Inc.
                                           Mead Johnson Nutrition                Washington, DC
Ms. Andrea Marquez                         Region State Government Affairs
Mgr. of Diversity & Multicultural          Manager                               Ms. Ivelisse Estrada
Relations                                  Southern and Western States           Senior Vice President, Corporate and
Burger King Corporation                    Sacramento, CA                        Community Relations
Miami, FL                                                                        Univision Communications Inc.
                                           Mr. Jose Ruano                        Los Angeles, CA
Mr. Rudy Beserra                           Manager Multicultural Relations
Vice President                             MillerCoors                           Mr. Emilio Gonzalez
The Coca Cola Company                      Milwaukee, WI                         LCA Chair, Ex Officio Member of each
Atlanta, GA                                                                      LCA Committee
                                           Ms. Nilda Gumbs                       VP, Public Policy & Strategic Alliance
Ms. Susan Gonzales                         Senior Director, State & Local        Verizon
Susan Gonzales                             Government Affairs                    Washington, DC
Vice President, Comcast Foundation         National Cable & Telecommunications
Senior Director, Federal and External      Association                           Mr. Roger Guzman
Affairs, Comcast                           Washington, DC                        Senior Manager of Hispanic Markets
Washington, DC                                                                   Walmart
                                           Ms. Ivette Fernandez                  Bentonville, AR
                                           Director, Advocacy & Professional
Ms. Virginia Sanchez                       Relations, NE Region                  Mr. Efrain G. Fuentes
Director, Diversity Programs                                                              Mr. Victor G. Cabral
The Walt Disney Company                       Mr. Richard Abraham Rugnao                  Cabral Group
Burbank, CA                                   Vice Chair Public Relations                 Arlington, Virginia
                                              Public Affairs Sr. Manager, Government
Mr. Mario Hernandez                           Relations & Global Diversity
Director of Public Affairs                    Yum! Brands, Inc.
Western Union                                 Louisville, KY
Englewood, CO




                                            LULAC CORPORATE ALLIANCE
                                                 Leadership and Committees 2-7-11



Mr. Emilio Gonzalez
LCA Chair, Ex Officio Member of each LCA Committee
VP, Public Policy & Strategic Alliance                             MEDIA/PUBLIC RELATIONS COMMITTEE works to ensure
Verizon                                                            LULAC is recognized as a premier national Hispanic organization,
                                                                   and its messages are clearly and strongly delivered to all external
Mrs. Margaret Moran                                                groups.
LULAC National President
San Antonio, TX                                                    Mr. Richard Abraham Rugnao
                                                                   Vice Chair Public Relations
Mr. Brent A. Wilkes                                                Yum! Brands, Inc.
Ex Officio Member of each LCA Committee
LULAC National Executive Director                                  Ms. Susan Gonzales
Washington, DC                                                     Susan Gonzales
                                                                   Comcast

STRATEGIC PLANNING COMMITTEE Established to help                   Mr. Jose Ruano
LULAC with our strategic planning process.                         MillerCoors

Mr. Jon G. Muñoz
Vice Chair Strategic Planning                                      POLICY COMMITTEE facilitates an official process for corporate
Sprint Nextel Corporation                                          partners to bring policy and legislative concerns to the LULAC
                                                                   National Office. Educates Corporate Alliance members on
                                                                   LULAC’s policy making process. Monitors resolutions passed at
Mr. Gus Viaño
                                                                   the National Convention and informs corporate members about this
McDonald's Corporation
                                                                   process.
Mr. Jose Ruano
                                                                   Mr. Fernando R. Laguarda, Esq.
MillerCoors
                                                                   Vice Chair Policy
                                                                   Time Warner Cable
Mr. Mario Hernandez
Western Union
                                                                   Ms. Virginia Sanchez
                                                                   Diageo North America
FINANCE COMMITTEE helps to ensure and enhance the
financial stability of LULAC, through corporate sponsorships,      Mr. Alex Lee Franco
Foundation grants, endowments and other means of revenue           Mead Johnson Nutrition
generation.
                                                                   Mr. Jon G. Muñoz
Ms. Angelina Ornelas                                               Sprint Nextel Corporation
Vice Chair Finance
Bank of America Home Loans                                         Mr. Roger Guzman
                                                                   Walmart
Mr. Peter Villegas
JPMorgan Chase & Co.
       LULAC Institute, Executive Committee and National Board Meetings

                             SPONSORSHIP PACKAGES
Sponsoring an executive board meeting for LULAC is an ideal way to reach out to
national Hispanic leaders and influential community members. Sponsors of the LULAC
National board meetings will be recognized at the sponsored event and be listed in all
promotional material. The following packages are offered at the levels indicated.


Platinum Sponsor---$20,000+
    Recognized Premier sponsor for a LULAC Board meeting
    Opportunity to provide full remarks at sponsored meeting (15-20min)
    Sponsor visibility and recognition in meeting marketing materials
    Opportunity to distribute promotional materials at sponsored meeting
    Date and location to be mutually agreed.
    Industry sponsorship exclusivity during meeting


Gold Sponsors---$10,000+
    Recognized sponsor for the LULAC Board meeting
    Opportunity to provide brief remarks at sponsored meeting (3-5min)
    Sponsor visibility and recognition in meeting marketing materials
    Opportunity to distribute promotional materials at sponsored meeting

2010-2011 LULAC Board Meetings

September 30 – October 2: LULAC National & Institute Board Meetings and LULAC
Advocacy Days – Washington, DC

December 3-4: LULAC Executive Committee & Institute Board Meetings – San
Antonio, TX

February 11-12: LULAC National & Institute Board Meetings in conjunction with the
LULAC National Legislative Conference from Feb 9-10th – Washington, DC

April 7-8: LULAC Executive Committee & Institute Board Meetings in conjunction with
the LULAC National Women's Conference – Chicago, IL
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Food-and-beverage functions:

    Continental breakfast for 15 on Friday at 8 am
    Lunch for 25 on Friday at 12 pm
    Continental breakfast for 20 on Saturday at 8 am
    Lunch for 25 on Saturday at 12 pm

Preferred mode of response: e-mail response to: BWilkes@lulac.org

LULAC Contacts:

Margaret Moran, National President
4100 Piedras Dr. East, Ste. 140
San Antonio, TX 78228
(210) 733-5454
(210) 733-5460 Fax
MMoran@LULAC.org

Brent A. Wilkes
National Executive Director
League of United Latin American Citizens
2000 L Street, NW, Suite 610
Washington, DC 20036
(202) 833-6130
FAX (202) 833-6135
www.LULAC.org

Carolina Muñoz
LULAC Fiscal Officer
201 East Main, Suite 605
El Paso, TX 79901
BUS: (915) 577-0726
FAX: (915) 577-0914
CMunoz@lulac.org
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                                                          Building Fund
        The LULAC National Building Fund Campaign


                            THE LULAC NATIONAL BUILDING FUND
The LULAC National Office has entered one of the most exciting times
in our 82-year history: the acquisition of our first national headquarters
in Washington, DC. LULAC’s new national headquarters will be housed
on the 10th floor of 1430 K Street, NW, in our nation’s capital. This new
building, currently under construction, is an office condominium that
offers striking architectural features in close proximity to the White
House and minutes away from federal agencies and Capitol Hill. Just
one block from the metro, the building offers flexible, column-free, floor
plans, state-of-the-art security, a fiber optics network, and high ceilings.

The campaign to fund the acquisition and build-out of the 10th floor of
1430 K Street is an ambitious one. Our goal is to raise $3,545,000 to
purchase the 6,508 square foot floor and 3 parking spaces, build out the
space, and outfit the office with furniture and equipment. The LULAC
National Headquarters in Washington, DC, will house up to 32 full-time
staff who will manage the operation of LULAC’s community service
programs, advocate for national policies and legislation beneficial to
Latinos, and handle the day-to-day administration of LULAC National
and the LULAC National Educational Service Centers.

The Case: LULAC improves the quality of life in over 700 Latino
communities throughout the United States by organizing and
encouraging Hispanic Americans to volunteer their time, effort and
resources to help others less fortunate than themselves. To do this well
requires a strong national operation that develops cutting-edge programs
and advocates for policies and legislation which respond to the Latino
community’s unique needs and challenges. The purchase of a permanent
national headquarters in Washington, DC will provide LULAC with
enough space to double its national staff, strengthen its ability to deliver
                                                                               LULAC’s Future National Headquarters
model programs throughout the country, and engage Hispanic                     at 1430 K Street, NW, Washington, DC.
Americans in the legislative discussions that will affect their future.

The Need: To raise $3,545,000 to purchase the 10th floor of 1430 K Street, NW, Washington, DC an office
condominium currently under construction.

The Impact: By investing in a permanent national headquarters in Washington, DC, LULAC will ensure that the
voice of the Latino community will be heard in our nation’s capital and that the fastest growing community in the
United States will have a seat at the table where our laws are made and carried out. A permanent national
headquarters will allow the oldest and largest Hispanic membership organization in the country to grow our national
staff and strengthen our presence in Washington. Finally, investment in a national headquarters building just steps
from the White House will ensure that LULAC can continue its historic mission and embrace the future with the
stability and resources it needs to succeed.

Your support of the LULAC National Building Fund will help LULAC achieve its 82-year mission of advancing the
economic condition, educational attainment, housing, political influence, health and civil rights of the Hispanic
population of the United States. With your support, LULAC will continue to improve the quality of life for Latinos
throughout the country for decades to come. Help LULAC achieve its dream of owning its National Headquarters in
Washington, DC, with a gift of cash, services, or time. Please contact Brent Wilkes to arrange for a presentation.

Brent Wilkes                                                  Contributions to the LULAC National Building Fund
LULAC National Executive Director                             are tax deductible contributions to a 501(c)3 nonprofit
2000 L Street, NW, Suite 610, Washington, DC 20036            organization.
(202) 833-6130; BWilkes@LULAC.org



                  1430 K Street, NW • Washington, DC
       The LULAC National Building Fund Campaign


                                     BUILDING FUND BENEFITS
Become part of LULAC history! Contribute now to help LULAC
acquire a permanent national headquarters in Washington, DC. LULAC
offers multiple ways for you to get involved in our building fund
campaign, including several levels of giving and naming opportunities.
Donors will receive name recognition in the designated areas and listings
on a display at the main entrance and on the LULAC web site.

The LULAC National Headquarters in Washington, DC, will house up
to 32 full time staff who will manage the operation of LULAC’s
education, employment, technology, health, immigration, housing and
consumer education programs; advocate for national policies and
legislation beneficial to Latinos; and handle the day-to-day
administration of LULAC National and the LULAC National
Educational Service Centers.

                     LEVELS OF GIVING
Contributions to the LULAC Building Fund Campaign can be spread out
up to five years beginning in 2011 or 2012 to ease the impact on your       LULAC’s Future National Headquarters
philanthropy budget while receiving full recognition benefits this year.
Founding Partner—$1,000,000 +
        Office entrance plaque identifying your company/foundation as the founding partner
        Founding Partner listing on the building fund sponsors display in the reception area
        Founding Partner listing on the LULAC National Headquarters Building Fund web page
        Founding Partner speaking opportunity at the grand opening of the LULAC National Headquarters
        Two years of full page advertisements in the LULAC News
        Framed color portrait of the LULAC National Headquarters Building

Legacy Partner—$500,000 +
        Legacy Partner listing on the building fund sponsors display in the reception area
        Legacy Partner listing on the LULAC National Headquarters Building Fund web page
        Legacy Partner speaking opportunity at grand opening of the LULAC National Headquarters
        One year of full page advertisements in the LULAC News
        Framed color portrait of the LULAC National Headquarters Building

Vanguard Partner—$250,000 +
        Vanguard Partner listing on the building fund sponsors display in the reception area
        Vanguard Partner listing on the LULAC National Headquarters Building Fund web page
        Vanguard Partner speaking opportunity at grand opening of the LULAC National Headquarters
        Three full page advertisements in the LULAC News
        Framed color portrait of the LULAC National Headquarters Building

President’s Circle—$100,000 +
        President’s Circle listing on the building fund sponsors display in the reception area
        President’s Circle listing on the LULAC National Headquarters Building Fund web page
        Presidential invitation to the grand opening of the LULAC National Headquarters
        One full page advertisement in the LULAC News
        Framed color portrait of the LULAC National Headquarters Building




                 1430 K Street, NW • Washington, DC
       The LULAC National Building Fund Campaign


Underwriter—$50,000 +
        Underwriter listing on the building fund sponsors display in the reception area
        Underwriter listing on the LULAC National Headquarters Building Fund web page
        Invitation to the grand opening of the LULAC National Headquarters
        Framed color portrait of the LULAC National Headquarters Building

Benefactor—$25,000 +
        Benefactor listing on the building fund sponsors display in the reception area
        Benefactor listing on the LULAC National Headquarters Building Fund web page
        Invitation to the grand opening of the LULAC National Headquarters
        Color portrait of the LULAC National Headquarters Building

Patron—$10,000 +
        Patron listing on the building fund sponsors display in the reception area
        Patron listing on the LULAC National Headquarters Building Fund web page
        Invitation to the grand opening of the LULAC National Headquarters

For a complete presentation or more information on giving opportunities to the LULAC National Building Fund
please contact:

Brent Wilkes
LULAC National Executive Director
2000 L Street, NW, Suite 610
Washington, DC 20036
(202) 833-6130
BWilkes@LULAC.org

Contributions to the LULAC National Building Fund are 501(c)3 tax deductible contributions.




                1430 K Street, NW • Washington, DC
        The LULAC National Building Fund Campaign

                                        NAMING OPPORTUNITIES
Ensure lasting recognition of your company’s
generosity by taking advantage of limited naming
opportunities at the LULAC National
Headquarters. Each naming opportunity is limited
to one corporation and will be awarded to the first
company to commit to the appropriate level.

Named sponsors also receive all the appropriate
benefits of their giving level providing added
value to your company. Contributions to the
LULAC Building Fund Campaign can be spread
out up to five years beginning in 2011 or 2012 to
ease the impact on your philanthropy budget while
receiving full recognition benefits this year.

Become part of LULAC history! Contribute now
to help LULAC acquire its permanent national
headquarters in Washington, DC.                            Lobby of the LULAC National Headquarters Building



LULAC National Headquarters Named Founding Partner—$1,000,000 +
Exclusive naming rights to the new LULAC National Headquarters housed on the 10th floor of 1430 K Street, NW
in Washington, DC. This new building currently under construction offers striking architectural features in close
proximity to the White House and minutes away from Federal Agencies and Capitol Hill.

Conference Room—$500,000 +                                 Community Service Suite—$250,000 +
This state of the art conference room located in the       Housing LULAC’s program staff, the community
center front of the office will be the focal point of      service suite serves as the management center for
LULAC meetings in Washington.                              LULAC’s national volunteer-based programs.

Reception Area—$500,000 +                                  LNESC Suite—$250,000 +
The first room visitors will see upon entering the         The LNESC suite will house the national staff of the
LULAC National Headquarters, the reception area is the     LULAC National Educational Service Centers,
gateway from the elevators to all other meeting space in   LULAC’s educational arm.
the office.
                                                           Additional Suites—$100,000 + each
Executive Suite—$250,000 +                                          Economic Empowerment Suite
Housing the LULAC National President and the                        Financial Services Suite
LULAC National Executive Director, this office suite is             Health Suite
where LULAC decisions are made.                                     Housing Suite
                                                                    Membership Suite
Policy Suite—$250,000 +                                             Special Events Suite
Housing LULAC’s Policy and Legislation department,                  Technology Suite
the policy suite is the focal point of LULAC advocacy
and research efforts.

For a complete presentation or more information on naming opportunities at the LULAC National Headquarters
please contact:

Brent Wilkes                                               Contributions to the LULAC National Building Fund
LULAC National Executive Director                          are tax deductible contributions to a 501(c)3 nonprofit
2000 L Street, NW, Suite 610                               organization.
Washington, DC 20036
(202) 833-6130; BWilkes@LULAC.org


                 1430 K Street, NW • Washington, DC
       The LULAC National Building Fund Campaign

             LULAC NATIONAL BUILDING FUND COMMITMENT FORM

Name _____________________________________ Title_____________________________________________

Corporation___________________________________________________________________________________

Address______________________________________________________________________________________

City _______________________________________ State ______________________ Zip _________________

Telephone                             Fax ____________________    E-Mail ___________________________


    Yes, my company/foundation will commit $_________________ to the LULAC National

    Building Fund to be paid out over ________ years beginning in 200____.


LEVELS OF GIVING:                                   NAMING OPPORTUNITIES:
    Founding Partner—$1,000,000 +                       Named Founding Partner—$1,000,000 +

    Legacy Partner—$500,000 +                           Conference Room—$500,000 +

    Vanguard Partner—$250,000 +                         Reception Area—$500,000 +

    President’s Circle—$100,000 +                       Executive Suite—$250,000 +

    Underwriter—$50,000 +                               Policy Suite—$250,000 +
    Benefactor—$25,000 +                                Community Service Suite—$250,000 +

    Patron—$10,000 +                                    LNESC Suite—$250,000 +
                                                        Other Named Suite—$100,000 +

                                                    Name: ________________________________


_____________________________________________________________ _____________________________
Signature of Authorized Representative                           Date

Please forward this commitment form to:

Brent Wilkes                                         Contributions to the LULAC National Building Fund
LULAC National Executive Director                    are tax deductible contributions to a 501(c)3 nonprofit
2000 L Street, NW, Suite 610                         organization.
Washington, DC 20036
(202) 833-6130; FAX (202) 833-6135
BWilkes@LULAC.org


                1430 K Street, NW • Washington, DC
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LEAGUE OF UNITED LATIN AMERICAN CITIZENS




                     League of United Latin American Citizens
                                          2000 L Street, NW, Suite 610
                                             Washington, DC 20036
                                   Tel: (202) 833-6130 • Fax: (202) 833-6135
                                        Web Address: www.LULAC.org

Principal Officials:
Margaret Moran, National President                Brent A. Wilkes, National Executive Director
4100 Piedras Dr. East, Ste. 140                   2000 L St., NW, Suite 610
San Antonio, TX 78228                             Washington, D.C. 20036
(210) 733-5454                                    (202) 833-6130
(210) 733-5460 Fax                                (202) 833-6135 Fax
MMoran@LULAC.org                                  BWilkes@LULAC.org

Established: 1929

With approximately 135,000 members throughout the United States and Puerto Rico, LULAC is the largest and
oldest Hispanic membership organization in the United States. LULAC advances the economic condition,
educational attainment, political influence, housing, health and civil rights of Hispanic Americans through
community-based programs operating at more than 880 LULAC councils nationwide. The organization involves
and serves all Hispanic nationality groups.

Historically, LULAC has focused heavily on education, civil rights, and employment for Hispanics. LULAC
councils provide more than a million dollars in scholarships to Hispanic students each year, conduct citizenship
and voter registration drives, develop low income housing units, conduct youth leadership training programs, and
seek to empower the Hispanic community at the local, state and national level.

In addition, the LULAC National Educational Service Centers, LULAC’s educational arm, provides counseling
services to more than 18,000 Hispanic students per year at fifteen regional centers. SER Jobs for Progress,
LULAC’s employment arm, provides job skills and literacy training to the Hispanic community through more
than forty-eight employment training centers located throughout the United States. LULAC’s Empower Hispanic
America with Technology initiative created a network of 60 community technology centers to provide free high
speed internet access and computer-related training to students, parents, and low income individuals. The LULAC
Corporate Alliance, an advisory board of Fortune 500 companies, fosters stronger partnerships between Corporate
America and the Hispanic community.

Major Publications
The LULAC News—published quarterly
Weekly LULAC National Update—available by email
Special Events
LULAC National Legislative Conference and Gala, Washington, DC—February 9-10, 2011
LULAC National Women’s Conference, Chicago, IL —April 8-9, 2011
LULAC National Conference for the Elderly, San Juan, Puerto Rico—March 4-5, 2011
LULAC National Convention & Exposition
Duke Energy Convention Center in Cincinnati, OH—June 27-July 2, 2011
Disney Coronado Springs Resort, Orlando, FL—June 25-30, 2012
El Paso Texas—Summer 2013




LEAGUE OF UNITED LATIN AMERICAN CITIZENS
                                LULAC NATIONAL OFFICERS ROSTER 2010-2011        Rev: 1/21/2011-4:13pm
                                 NATIONAL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

NATIONAL PRESIDENT                                  NATIONAL EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Margaret Moran                                      Brent A. Wilkes
San Antonio, TX 78228                               Washington, DC 20036

IMMEDIATE PAST NATIONAL PRESIDENT
Rosa Rosales                                        NATIONAL FISCAL OFFICER
San Antonio, TX 78204                               Carolina Muñoz
                                                    El Paso, TX 79901

NATIONAL YOUTH PRESIDENT
Aaron Mann                                          CHIEF OF STAFF
San Antonio, TX 78218                               Mike Lopez
                                                    San Antonio, Texas 78230
NATIONAL TREASURER
Roger C. Rocha                                      NATIONAL SECRETARY
Laredo, TX 78040                                    Connie Martinez
                                                    Tucson, AZ 85713
NATIONAL VICE PRESIDENT FOR WOMEN
Regla Gonzalez                                      NATIONAL CHAPLAIN
Roslindale, MA 02131                                Toula Politis Lugo
                                                    West Roxbury, MA 02132

NATIONAL VICE PRESIDENT FOR YOUTH
Berta Urteaga                                       NATIONAL PARLIAMENTARIAN
Lake Jackson, TX 77566                              Patricia Roybal Caballero
                                                    Albuquerque, NM 87121
NATIONAL VICE PRESIDENT FOR YOUNG ADULTS
Manuel Rendon                                       SENIOR POLICY ADVISOR to NATIONAL PRESIDENT
Frisco, TX 75035                                    Elsie Valdes
                                                    Vega Baja, PR 00693
NATIONAL VICE PRESIDENT FOR THE ELDERLY
Rolando Gonzalez                                    NAT’L SPECIAL ASSISTANT FOR DEVELOPMENT
                                                    Cynthia T. Molina
Laredo, TX 78041
                                                    Addison, TX 75001
NATIONAL VICE PRESIDENT NORTHEAST
                                                    LULAC NATIONAL HISTORIAN
Esther Degraves-Aguiñaga
                                                    Luis Nuño Briones
Chelsea, MA 02150
                                                    Dallas, TX 75354
NATIONAL VICE PRESIDENT SOUTHEAST                   LNESC
Juan Carlos Lizardi                                 Richard Roybal, Ex. Dir.
Bayamon, PR 00956                                   Washington, DC 20036
NATIONAL VICE PRESIDENT SOUTHWEST
Sylvia L. Gonzales
Houston, TX 77064

NATIONAL VICE PRESIDENT MIDWEST
Maggie Rivera
Crystal Lake, IL 60014

NATIONAL VICE PRESIDENT FARWEST
Mickie Solorio Luna
Hollister, CA 95024


                NON-VOTING MEMBERS

NATIONAL LEGAL ADVISOR
Manuel Escobar, Esq.
San Antonio, TX 78212

GENERAL COUNSEL
Ray Velarde, Esq.
El Paso, TX 79902


CO-COUNSEL
Luis Roberto Vera, Jr., Esq.
San Antonio, TX 78205-2260
                                      STATE DIRECTORS BY GEOGRAPHICAL REGIONS

I. SOUTHWEST REGION (V.P. Sylvia Gonzalez)                          IV. SOUTHEAST REGION (V.P. Juan Carlos Lizardi)

ARKANSAS                                                            FLORIDA
José R. Gómez                                                       Jose A. Fernandez
Rogers, AR                                                          Orlando, FL

COLORADO                                                            GEORGIA
Tom Duran                                                           Art Bedard
Pueblo West, CO                                                     Tucker, GA

NEW MEXICO                                                          PUERTO RICO
Ralph Arellanes                                                     Ivonne Quiñones Lanzo
Albuquerque, NM                                                     Hato Rey, PR

TEXAS
Joey Cardenas III                                                   State(s) With No State Director: Alabama, Kentucky, Mississippi, South
                                                                    Carolina, Tennessee, North Carolina
Louise, TX
                                                                    V. NORTHWEST REGION (V.P. - Open)
                                                                    State(s) With No State Director: Washington, Montana, Oregon, Idaho,
State(s) With No State Director: Louisiana, Oklahoma
                                                                    Wyoming, Alaska
II. MIDWEST REGION (V.P. Maggie Rivera)
                                                                    VI. NORTHEAST REGION (V.P. Esther Degraves-Aguiñaga)
ILLINOIS
                                                                    MAINE
Rose Mary Bombela-Tobias
                                                                    Jose “Joey” Lopez
Chicago, IL
                                                                    LULAC of Maine
INDIANA                                                             Lewiston, Maine
Debra Gonzalez
Valparaiso, IN                                                      MASSACHUSETTS
                                                                    Cesar Martinez
IOWA                                                                Boston, MA
Gilbert Sierra
Davenport, IA                                                       MARYLAND
                                                                    Rose Satz
                                                                    Aberdeen, MD
KANSAS
Elias L. Garcia                                                     NEW YORK
Topeka, KS                                                          Ralina Cardona
                                                                    Mott Haven, NY
OHIO
                                                                    VIRGINIA
Jason Riveiro
                                                                    Samuel McTyre
Cincinnati, OH
                                                                    Arlington, VA
WISCONSIN
                                                                    WASHINGTON, DC
Darryl D. Morin
                                                                    Ada Peña
Franklin, WI
                                                                    Washington, DC
State(s) With No State Director: Michigan, Missouri, Nebraska, N.
Dakota, S. Dakota                                                   State(s) With No State Director: Connecticut, Delaware, New Hampshire,
                                                                    New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, West Virginia
III. FAR WEST REGION (V.P. Mickie Solorio Luna)

ARIZONA
Ana Valenzuela Estrada
Tucson, AZ

CALIFORNIA
Benny Diaz
Garden Grove, CA

UTAH
Antonella Romero Packard
Saratoga Springs, UT
State(s) With No State Director: Hawaii, Nevada
                      NATIONAL STAFF

LULAC NATIONAL OFFICE                                 LULAC FISCAL OFFICE
2000 L St, NW, Ste. 610 BUS: (202) 833-6130           201 East Main, Suite 605      BUS: (915) 577-0726
Washington, DC 20036    FAX: (202) 833-6135           El Paso, TX 79901             FAX: (915) 577-0914
www.LULAC.org           TF: (877) LULAC-01                                          TF: (866) 577-0726

Brent Wilkes                   CEL: (202) 365-0851    Carolina Muñoz                CEL: (915) 203-2796
National Executive Director    BWilkes@LULAC.org      Chief Financial Officer       CMunoz@LULAC.org

Maritza Bosques                CEL: (202) 365-4053    Lupe Morales
Executive Assistant            MBosques@LULAC.org     Membership Director           GMorales@LULAC.org

Jorge Trasmonte                CEL: (202) 834-3844    Sandra Caraveo                CEL: (915) 497-1660
Director of Technology         JTrasmonte@LULAC.org   Fiscal Assistant              SCaraveo@lulac.org

David Perez                    CEL: (202) 246-1138    NATIONAL PRESIDENT’S OFFICE
Director of Development        DPerez@LULAC.org       4100 Piedras Dr. East, Ste. 140 BUS: (210) 733-5454
                                                      San Antonio, TX 78228           FAX: (210) 733-5460
Elizabeth Garcia               CEL: (202) 487-8451                                    TF: (800) LULAC-10
Director, National Programs    EGarcia@LULAC.org
                                                      Amy Zingery                   CEL: 210-643-6246
Iris Chavez                  CEL: (202) 365-5140      Executive Assistant           AZingery@LULAC.org
Education Policy Coordinator IChavez@LULAC.org
                                                      Loretta McAtee                LMcAtee@LULAC.org
Mario Marsans                  CEL: (202) 553-9908    Administrative Assistant
Director of Special Projects   MMarsans@LULAC.org

Amanda Lee Keammerer           CEL: (202) 423-8013                   PAST NATIONAL PRESIDENTS
Community Relations Manager AKeammerer@LULAC.org
                                                      Ruben Bonilla                   Dr. Jose Maldonado
Maria Mercedes Olivieri       CEL: (202) 423-8852
                                                      Corpus Christi, TX              San Antonio, TX
Director of Federal Relations MOlivieri@LULAC.org
                                                      Tony Bonilla                    Eduardo Morga
Silvia Perez-Rathell          CEL: (202) 487-4055
                                                      Corpus Christi, TX              Huntington Beach, CA
Director, Corporate Relations SPerez@LULAC.org

Liliana Rañón               CEL: (202) 365-0983       William Bonilla                 Oscar Moran
Health & Nutrition Advocate LRanon@LULAC.org          Corpus Christi, TX              San Antonio, TX 78201

Raquel Mata                    RMata@LULAC.org                                        Eduardo Peña
Development Specialist                                Rick Dovalina                   701 Pennsylvania NW
                                                      Houston, Texas                  Washington, DC
Ulises Gonzalez                CEL: (202) 567-0004
Program Coordinator            UGonzalez@LULAC.org    Hector M. Flores
                                                      Duncanville, TX                 Belen Robles
Dahida Vega                    CEL: (202) 696-5143                                    El Paso, TX
Program Coordinator            DVega@LULAC.org        Manuel Gonzalez
                                                      Waco, TX                        Pete Villa
Vanessa Trasmonte              VTrasmonte@LULAC.org                                   Bellingham, WA
Special Projects Fellow

Andrew Valent                  AValent@LULAC.org
Education Policy Fellow

(Open)
Director, Communications
                             LULAC INSTITUTE
                           Board of Directors Roster
                                    10/2/09



NATIONAL PRESIDENT        NATIONAL VICE                   NON-VOTING MEMBERS
Mrs. Margaret Moran       PRESIDENT NORTHEAST
San Antonio, TX           Ms. Esther Degraves             EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
                          Aguiñaga                        Mr. Brent Wilkes
IMMEDIATE PAST            Chelsea, MA                     National Executive Director
NATIONAL PRESIDENT                                        LULAC National Office
Mrs. Rosa Rosales         NATIONAL VICE                   Washington, DC
San Antonio, TX           PRESIDENT SOUTHEAST
                          Mr. Juan Carlos Lizardi         NATIONAL FISCAL
NATIONAL TREASURER        Bayamon, PR                     OFFICER
Mr. Roger C. Rocha                                        Mrs. Carolina Muñoz
Laredo, TX                Ms. Nora Venegas                El Paso, TX
                          Director, Federal
NATIONAL VICE             Governmental Relations          LEGAL ADVISOR
PRESIDENT FARWEST         Tyson Foods Inc.                Mr. Manuel Escobar, Esq.
Ms. Mickie Solorio Luna   Washington, DC                  San Antonio, TX
Hollister, CA
                          Mr. Emilio Gonzalez             ASSISTANT SECRETARY
NATIONAL VICE             Vice President, Public Policy   Ms. Connie Martinez
PRESIDENT SOUTHWEST       & Strategic Alliance            Tucson, AZ
Ms. Sylvia L. Gonzales    Verizon
Houston, TX               Washington, DC

NATIONAL VICE             Mr. Jon G. Muñoz
PRESIDENT MIDWEST         Senior Manager, Inclusion &
Ms. Maggie Rivera         Diversity, Corporate
Crystal Lake, IL          Responsibility
                          Sprint Nextel Corporation
                          Reston, VA
                LULAC National Educational Service Centers, Inc. Board of Directors
                                Richard Roybal, Executive Director
                                       Board of Directors
                                         Executive Officers


   Rosa Rosales                     Ana Valenzuela Estrada              Janey Camacho
   Chairwoman                       Finance Committee Chair             Resource Committee Chair
   San Antonio, TX                  Tucson, AZ                          Manager, Consumer & Hispanic
                                                                        Affairs
   Margaret Moran                                                       7-Eleven, Inc.
   Vice Chair                       Juan Carlos Lizardi                 One Arts Plaza
   San Antonio, TX                  Board Secretary                     Dallas, TX
                                    Programs Committee Chair
   Roman Palomares                  Bayamon, PR
   Personnel Committee Chair                                            Silvia Gonzales
   Fort Worth, TX                                                       Education Committee Chair
                                                                        Houston, TX




                                                 Officers


Rudy M. Beserra           Magda Irizarry              Rolando Gonzalez            Haydee Rivera
The Coca Cola Company     Verizon Communications      VP Elderly                  1780 c/San Alejandro
Atlanta, GA               Office of Workplace         Laredo, TX                  San Juan, PR
                          Culture,
Evette Torres             Diversity & Compliance
Workforce Development     Baskin Ridge, NJ            Mickie Luna                 Adrian Rodriguez
Specialist                                            Hollister, CA               Plano, TX
Houston, Texas            Sara Barrientos
                          Lynn, MA                    Aaron Mann                  Berta Urteaga
Felisa Insignares                                     National Youth President    Lake Jackson, TX
Procter & Gamble                                      San Antonio, TX
Multicultural External    Joey Cardenas III
Relations                 Louise, TX                  Manuel Rendon               Blanca Vargas
Cincinnati, OH                                        VP Young Adults             Cicero, IL
                                                      Frisco, TX
                                                                                  Effective: 10/01/2010
                          Regla Gonzalez
                          VP for Women                Jason Riveiro
                          Roslindale, MA              Cincinnati, OH
LULAC Policy Making Process
                                                     LULAC National Board of Directors

                                                                                   LULAC
                                                                                   National
                                                                                  President,
                                                                                    Board
                                                                                    Chair




 Immediate      National    National    Regional &          Past        State      National    General     National     Fiscal     Chief of   Secretary*    Parlia-
Past National    Youth      Treasurer     Special         National    Directors     Legal      Counsel*    Executive   Officer*     Staff*                 mentarian*
  President     President                Emphasis        Presidents                Advisor*                Director*
                                           Vice
                                        Presidents
                                                         (may vote
                                                           when
                                                          present)



The National Board of Directors executes the mandates of the National Assembly and administers the League in the interim between
National Conventions. * denotes non-voting members.


                                                LULAC National Executive Committee
                                                                        LULAC National President,
                                                                             Board Chair



 Immediate Past National President                   National Youth President                     National Treasurer              Regional & Special Emphasis Vice
                                                                                                                                             Presidents



The Executive Committee shall execute the mandates of the National Board of Directors, administer the League and establish policy
in the interim between meetings of the National Board of Directors.
                                                           Elected Officers

                                                     LULAC National Assembly
                                                   (LULAC National Board of Directors,
                                                             District Directors,
                                                   Certified Delegations of the Councils)




 National    National     National    National     National      National      National     National   National    National    National
 President    VP for       VP for      VP for      Treasurer       VP            VP           VP         VP          VP           VP
             Women         Youth      Young                     Southwest      Midwest      Farwest    Southeast   Northeast   Northwest
                                       Adults


The LULAC National Assembly is the supreme authority of the League and is composed of the members of the National Board of Directors,
the District Directors, and the Certified Delegations of the Councils. The National Assembly convenes annually at the LULAC National
Convention and elects the officers displayed in the organizational chart above, who are voting members of the National Board and members
of the Executive Committee.

                                                        Appointed Officers

                                                               LULAC
                                                               National
                                                               President


 Legal Advisor              General              Chief of Staff              Secretary           Parliamentarian           Chaplain
   Secretary                Council


The National President nominates the positions listed above subject to confirmation by the National Executive committee. These individuals
are non-voting members of the National Board.
                                 Purview of Advocacy and Policy Issues
                                                        LULAC National Office

                              VP for Women                                                VP for the Northeast

                               VP for Youth                                               VP for the Southeast

                           VP for Young Adults                                           VP for the Southwest

                             VP for the Elderly                                          VP for the Northwest

                            VP for the Midwest                                             VP for the Farwest

                                                              State Directors

                                                            District Directors

                                                             Local Councils




Advocacy and policy issues at the national level are under the purview of the LULAC National Office as directed by the LULAC
National Board. Regional and special emphasis issues are under the purview of each Vice President. LULAC State offices handle state
issues, district-wide issues are under the purview of the District offices and local issues are handled by the Local LULAC Councils. If
a conflict arises between a LULAC national partner and a local LULAC entity, the LULC National Office will serve as an
intermediary to resolve any disputes.
LULAC Structure




LULAC Institute Organizational Chart
                          LULAC National



Service     Advocacy       Membership      Communications     Resources



LNESC         Policy         Councils       LULAC News        Convention



  SER      Civil Rights     Associate         Web Site           Gala



Programs   Constituency     Organizing          Email         Corporate



  FTI        Federal        Direct Mail        Media          Foundation



National    Corporate         Events       National Update    Government



 Local      Research      Emerging Areas        PSAs            Fiscal



            Litigation       Services      Editorial Boards
The Mission of the League of United Latin American Citizens
is to advance the economic condition, educational attainment,
political influence, housing, health and civil rights of the
Hispanic population of the United States.

				
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