Support Latino Biz: How These Mayors are Leading the Way September 14, 2021, 3:40pm EDT September 14, 2021, 3:40pm EDT
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September 14 is “Support Latino Business Day of Action” -- a community day of action and national movement for allies to join forces and celebrate the significant economic contributions of Latino/x-owned businesses make, the jobs they help create, and the positive impact they bring to our community.

Join SBA at a roundtable with Mayors who signed official proclamations recognizing and encouraging support for our Latino/x-owned businesses that are the backbone of our local economy.

About the Presenter(s)

 Regina  Romero

Mayor Romero is a proud graduate of the University of Arizona and holds a post-graduate certificate from the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. In 2007, Regina became the first woman to represent Tucson’s Ward 1 on the Tucson City Council.

Mayor of Tucson
 Steve  Adler

Steve Adler was elected Austin's 52nd Mayor in December 2014, and looks forward to doing big things to improve the quality of life for everyone in Austin.

Mayor of Austin
 Lori E. Lightfoot

Since assuming office following her historic election, Mayor Lightfoot has undertaken an ambitious agenda of expanding opportunity and inclusive economic growth across Chicago’s neighborhoods and communities.

Mayor of Chicago
 Eric  Garcetti

Eric Garcetti is a fourth-generation Angeleno and the 42nd Mayor of Los Angeles. Born and raised in the San Fernando Valley. Mayor Garcetti’s life has been shaped by a deep commitment to the core values of justice, dignity, and equality for all people.

Mayor of Los Angeles

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Support Latino Biz: How These Mayors are Leading the Way