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Glenn Llopis

CEO and Founder, Center for Hispanic Leadership

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Being Courageous About Your Health Inspires Other Hispanics to do the Same

13/05/2020 06:00am | 9491 views

When it comes to accessing care more than one-fourth of Hispanic adults don’t have a place where they usually go when they’re sick or need advice about their health.

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What To Do When A Crisis Becomes Personal

23/03/2020 06:00am | 3046 views

COVID-19 is a global crisis that is impacting every single one of us – at various levels and degrees.  What makes this crisis different than most - is that it’s personal. Very personal. We are all experiencing the ramifications, many of which we would have never expected in our lives and that are out of our control.

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Companies Create Powerful Employer Brands By Doing These 4 Things Consistently

05/02/2018 06:00am | 6129 views

What often gets lost in discussions about job losses in some areas of the country is the massive competition for and a deficit of skilled workers in our country. According to Randstad’s 2016 Workplace Trends Guidecompanies struggle to fill jobs, especially with diverse executive talent and leadership positions. In fact, 75% of companies surveyed by Randstad said it takes them more time to find the right talent to fill positions than ever before and reported being 13% understaffed. These trends are expected to continue in 2017.

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Healthy Hispanic Living’s Culturally Fluent Content Creates Intimate Connections to Engage Latino Parents and Millennials

30/03/2016 07:11pm | 6772 views

The premise of Healthy Hispanic Living (HHL) is to serve as a platform to prepare U.S. leadership for the cultural demographic shift™. The goal is to develop a culturally-relevant content and communications platform to guide Hispanics to live healthier lives and also to pursue careers in healthcare. From family to physician and from research to cures, Hispanics need to play a more meaningful and purposeful role in the healthcare industry as well as other industries.

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Healing Tension Points Will Unlock the Hispanic Healthcare Opportunity

25/09/2015 06:00am | 9639 views

According to a Cancer Journal for Clinicians report cited by City of Hope in 2012, the leading cause of death in the U.S. Hispanic community is cancer – even though heart disease has held that distinction among all Americans since 1921. Earlier that same year, the American Diabetes Association revealed that young Latinos have the highest growth rate of diabetes of any group in the country.


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Glenn Llopis

CEO and Founder, Center for Hispanic Leadership

Glenn Llopis (pronounced ‘yō-pēs) is the Founder of the Center for Hispanic Leadership – a nationally recognized human capital and business development consultancy focused on issues regarding Hispanic talent and business growth strategies. He is the best-selling author of the book, Earning Serendipity and contributing writer to Harvard Business Review, Forbes, and Huffington Post.

The son of Cuban immigrants, Glenn is best known for promoting what he calls "the immigrant perspective” and is a popular voice on issues regarding the advancement of Hispanics in the United States. His writings, speaking engagements, and consulting assignments focus on leadership, career advancement, marketing, diversity management, entrepreneurship, and turn around operations.

Glenn’s thought leadership focuses on the idea that if people embrace the immigrant mentality, they will have a distinct advantage in business and in life by being able to see and seize previously unseen opportunities, and opportunities others don’t see at all. Llopis’ research has identified 6 natural characteristics that define this immigrant mentality.

Glenn is a UCLA graduate with fast-tracked years at the Gallo Wine Company and with Sunkist Juice Beverages and where he became the youngest senior executive in the company's 100-year history. Glenn and his organization are frequently featured on CNN, Fox News, Univision, ABC, NBC and CBS.