The Alumni Society FAQs
The Alumni Society is a network of Latino executives who graduated from the country’s top universities. This network offers exclusive opportunities for growth and empowerment in the private sector, with the goal of advancing Latino leadership in corporate America.
Members must be Latino/a, work within mid- to senior-level leadership in the private sector, and have earned a bachelor, master or doctoral degree from one or more of the the following universities:
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
University of Chicago
University of Pennsylvania
Currently, membership is complimentary for those who meet the necessary criteria. We will be rolling out paid membership options in 2018.
Currently, we are focused on expanding our Latino membership base within the existing school partnerships we have established. Our organization was founded to solve the need of connecting Latino alumni who graduated from the most rigorous private universities and colleges. We aim to expand the network vertically to develop as many connections between members as possible.
In the future, we have plans to expand to other schools. If you would like to propose expanding to your school for future consideration, feel free to contact Sergio Fernández at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are an inclusive organization created to advance Latinos as a whole within our target demographic.
While we do have members who work in the public sector, the focus of our vision is devoted to private sector. All of our programming–events and communication–are focused on connecting Latinos who are working within the private sector.
We have a variety of media opportunities for members. We regularly highlight members in our Bulletin e-newsletter, on our membership portal, and via social media.
We intentionally removed “Latino” from our name because as our community continues to grow, Latinos will be the new majority, and not derivative of another culture.
The Alumn Society is not a nonprofit; it is a project that is owned by Guerreo LLC. We do have plans to establish a foundation geared towards scholarships for Latinos who are attending partnering schools.
The Alumni Society was established in 2014.