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AZUL – Arizona United Latinos Affiliate Group

Welcome to AZUL!

Our vibrant community dedicated to advancing Latino nonprofit and philanthropic leadership! AZUL stands for AZ United Latinos. Our group is a passionate gathering of individuals committed to empowering and promoting the growth of Latino leaders across various nonprofit and philanthropic fields. Whether you are a seasoned professional, an aspiring leader, or someone who simply wants to be part of a supportive network, you’ll find a home here.

Our Mission

Fueled by the belief that diversity strengthens leadership, our mission is to create a platform where Latinos can thrive in their nonprofit and philanthropic professional journeys. We aim to foster a culture of collaboration, mentorship, and advocacy, enabling our members to reach new heights in their careers and positively impact their communities.

What We Offer

Virtual and in-person opportunities for networking, education, and community engagement.

Why Join Us

By joining our group, you become part of a dynamic community that celebrates diversity, values inclusivity, and recognizes the unique strengths that Latino leaders bring to the table. Together, we strive to break barriers, overcome challenges, and create a future where Latino leadership is not just acknowledged but celebrated.

All Are Welcome

We welcome individuals from all backgrounds who share our passion for advancing Latino leadership in the nonprofit and philanthropic sectors. Whether you are Latino or an ally, your unique perspective adds richness to our collective experience.

Contact

We will regularly be seeking speakers, trainers, and sponsors to keep our content current and our members engaged. If you are interested in sharing your expertise or have any inquiry questions, please contact our AZUL Program Coordinator: Sabrina Lobato-Gonzales at sabrinalg@azimpactforgood.org.

Join us on this exciting journey of growth, empowerment, and celebration of Latino nonprofit and philanthropic leadership! #AZUL  #LatinosInNonprofits