Latina Action Day

Conference History

      

Once a year, HOPE convenes 400 Latina leaders from all regions of California in Sacramento for an annual public policy issues conference, Latina Action Day Sacramento.  This one day conference is designed to facilitate dialogue between corporate and community Latina leaders and elected officials on public policies affecting Latinas in California.  Through townhalls, public hearings, and workshops, HOPE presents up to date information, analysis, and access to decision makers on critical issues such as access to healthcare, higher education, and the California State budget. 

The 21st Annual Latina Action Day Sacramento conference will happen on Tuesday, May 12, 2015 at the Sheraton Grand Hotel in Sacramento.

Participants from throughout California convene in Sacramento during the peak of legislative session and just a few weeks prior to the Governor's May Revision of the state budget.  The timing of the conference allows participants to express their opinions and priorities to our state's elected officials during a critical decision-making window.

The conference concludes with the inspiring Celebrating Latina Leadership Reception, during which HOPE honors and celebrates the contributions of our Latina elected officials in the California Legislature and our Latinas serving in the Gubernatorial Administration.

Latina Action Day Sacramento garners consistent support from the California Latino Legislative Caucus, the Latino Republican Caucus, the Governor and his Administration.

For more information on Latina Action Day, contact:
Mayra Rojas
Conferences & Events Manager
213-833-1996
mrojas@latinas.org