Advocacy. Leadership. System Transformation.

The Latino Leadership Council was founded on the principles of Advocacy, Leadership and Systemic Change and we keep these three “plates” spinning at all times.


Advocacy is in everything we do and because we walk alongside the families throughout their services, we model advocacy for them so they can become their family’s best advocate in the future.


We embrace leadership not only among program participants who find their voices and in so doing help others, but also with our Promotores who – with every family they case manage -- gain insights, sow compassion and develop organizational, communication and leadership skills that are integral to their careers as doctors, teachers, social workers or elected officials. 


And naturally, as Promotores interact with systems and agencies, they influence minds and we provide crucial support to ensure these changes will result in policy and systems transformation that will help our communities to thrive. 
 

We are proud of the grass-roots work we have done to support families and look forward to watching as they raise their voices, stand by their convictions and own their power.

Our Core Values

  •  Relationships: We build collaborative relationships based on trust and mutual respect 

  • Personal and Community Growth: We educate and advocate opportunities to continually grow and develop our skills and promote community wellness

  • Integrity: We do what we say we will do with honesty, transparency and accountability

  • Community Pride: We treat each other with dignity and cultivate a sense of cultural achievement to benefit the good of the community

  • Catalyst for Change: We continually challenge systems and communities to bring about changes in approaches, perceptions, behaviors and outcomes

  • Roots in the Community: We are entrenched in and engaged with the communities we serve to best reflect their needs  

Our Impact

FAQ's

Who do you serve? 
The Latino Leadership Council (LLC) is a 501(c)3 organization that provides a multitude of services to underserved Spanish-speaking populations. 
 

What services do you provide?

  • Assistance with accessing community resources

  • Referrals to other agencies and services

  • Prenatal and postnatal family support

  • Health screenings and vaccination clinics

  • Counseling and support groups

        - Parent Project

        - Superación Personal

        - Rincón de las Comadres

        - Mami y Yo

 

How are you funded?
The Latino Leadership Council is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. It receives no federal or state funding. Support comes from financial and in-kind donations or grants.

What items should I donate?

  • Bottled waters

  • Office supplies  printer paper, blue ink pens, notepads, etc.

  • Art supplies for children — crayons, washable markers, construction paper, etc.

  • Craft supplies — Beads, jewelry, yarn, etc.

  • Toiletries, household cleansers and disinfectants and other essential household items

  • $25 gift-cards for families — Target, Walmart, gas stations, etc.

 

Who can I contact to give donations to?
Elisa Herrera at (530) 333-3283 or Elisa@LatinoLeadershipCouncil.org
 

How do I volunteer?
Information on becoming a volunteer is located on the "Get Involved" page. All prospective volunteers must attend an orientation.

Staff and Board

Latino Leadership Council Staff

Executive Director, Elisa Herrera

Administrative Assistant, Esther Duarte 

Projects Assistant, Marina Beas

Promotora/Case Management Lead, Celina Salas 

Promotora, Maria Cordova 

Promotora, Nidia Russi

Promotora, Lucia Rodriguez

Promotor, Saul Flores

Promotora, Irene Botello

Promotora, Lissett Carrasquel

Promotora, Maria Uribe

Latino Leadership Council Board of Directors

President, Reyes Ortega, Ph.D. – Sierra College

Board Member, Rachel Guerrero, LCSW – Former Chief, Office of Multicultural Services, CA Department of Mental Health

Board Member, Jose Mejorado – AppleOne Roseville

Board Member, Edgar Ruiz, JD, MPA – The Council of State Governments West

Board Member, Renee Regacho-Anaclerio, Ph.D. – Retired, Assistant Superintendent, Placer County Office of Education

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Vice President, Herman Barahona – Placer County of Human Services: Programs Education & Outreach

Board Member, Lisa Aguilera Lawrenson, Ph.D. – American River College

Board Member, Ernesto Pineda – Retired, Gerard Group Data & Analytic Consulting

Board Member, Ana Gonzalez-Cifuentes

THANK YOU TO OUR PARTNERS

Mailing Address:

2945 Bell Road Suite 274, Auburn, CA 95603