The Hispanic Leadership Network
An initiative of the American Action Network, is a sustained effort to engage the Hispanic Community on center-right issues that will restore opportunity and prosperity in America. HLN held its inaugural conference in January 2011 with co-chairs Governor Jeb Bush, former Secretary of Commerce Carlos Gutierrez and over 600 Hispanic leaders from across the country. HLN is building on the momentum from this event through a national grassroots and communications effort.
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HLN works and strategizes with Hispanic leaders across the country to issue conservative policy recommendations based on solid research that will support the advancement of the Hispanic community in education, jobs and small business, homeownership, family values and immigration.
HLN is building a network of Hispanic community, business, religious and educational leaders at the national, state and local levels; providing a home for Hispanic advocates and a clear voice that is heard at all levels of government from Sacramento to Washington, D.C. HLN brings the most important issues of the day to the Hispanic community and brings the opinions of the Hispanic community to policy makers.
National Advisory Committee Members
Rudy Beserra, VP of Latin Affairs at Coca-Cola
Governor Jeb Bush, Florida
Congressman Francisco “Quico” Canseco, (TX-23)
Jovita Carranza, former SBA Deputy Administrator & VP of Air Operations for UPS
Congressman Mario Diaz-Balart, (FL-21)
Governor Luis Fortuño, Puerto Rico
Alberto Gonzales, former U.S. Attorney General
Carlos Gutiérrez, former U.S. Secretary of Commerce
Congressman Raúl Labrador, (ID-1)
Rosario Marin, former U.S. Treasurer
Senator Mel Martinez, Florida
Mario Rodriguez, Chairman of Hispanic 100
Governor Brian Sandoval, Nevada
Massey Villarreal, CEO Precision Task Group, Inc.
Executive Director: Jennifer Sevilla Korn
Jennifer S. Korn is Executive Director of the Hispanic Leadership Network. Ms. Korn has 18 years of experience as a conservative strategist. Previously, Ms. Korn served in the George W. Bush Administration as Director of Hispanic and Women’s Affairs in the White House, as well as Senior Advisor to the Attorney General at the U.S. Department of Justice. Prior to her public service, Ms. Korn was National Hispanic Director and Southwest Coalitions Director on President Bush’s 2004 re-election campaign. As such, she developed and supervised the implementation of the strategy that resulted in President Bush receiving 44% of the Hispanic vote. Ms. Korn was born in East Los Angeles and is the first in her family to attend college. She is a military spouse.