– WHAT’S NEW –
“In response to the growing communication rift between the residents of Denver and the officers who protect them… students convene to discuss possible solutions for uniting their community in the midst of an uncertain political environment, interviewing various leaders in the community who offer suggestions for bridging the gap that exists between officers and the communities they serve.”
Community Discussion #4
June 15th 5:30 – 8:00 PM
FREE Event | FREE Meal
Congratulations to our newest Executive Director,
Most recently serving as our talented Program Manager, Alonso brings a wealth of dedication and experience to her new position, and we look forward to continuing our work under her guidance and leadership. She will be the youngest Executive Director in CLLARO’s impressive 50+ year history.
“I’m thrilled to lead CLLARO into its next phase. With a strategic vision that honors our deep historic roots in Colorado while embracing our core values, we will continue our work of improving the lives of Latinos in Colorado for another 50 years,” Alonso said.
Welcome to the Colorado Latino
Leadership, Advocacy & Research
CLLARO, established in 1964, is a Latino-serving nonprofit organization whose mission is to empower Latinos through leadership development, advocacy, and research to strengthen Colorado in order to realize a vision of a Colorado where Latinos are achieving their fullest potential.
What Does CLLARO Do?
We develop Latino/a student leaders through our CLLARO Capitol Fellowship Program who learn about the legislative process and provide insightful policy analyses.
CLLARO’s Policy & Research Committee creates research projects based on Capitol Fellowship policy analysis in order to develop data-driven policy recommendations.
CLLARO’s research informs our advocacy training programming, ensuring that community leaders can use their own voice and advocate for their communities.
Policy Advocacy Focus Areas
Health and the Social Determinants of Health
Issues Affecting Colorado’s Aging Population