Our members look toward being future leaders while empowering others to succeed.
- LLA Manor ISD Chapters visited the Texas State Capital. They are pictured with Texas State Rep. Eddie Rodriguez.
- Manor ISD Board of Trustees and Superintendents receiving an award from LLA.
- LLA Manor ISD Chapters visited Texas A & M Univeristy. They are pictured with Dr. Musoma, Professor, Mr. Gonzalez, Recruiter and Mr. Zaldivar, Student from the Mays Business School.
- Dr. Musoma, Texas A & M University Mays Business School and LLA Advisory Board Member, Cadet Corporal V. Bahena, TAMU Corps of Cadet and LLA Alumni, Mr. Gonzales, Texas A & M University Mays Business School and Javier Hernandez, LLA Founder
- LLA Manor HS Lead Coordinator pictured with Cadet Bahena, LLA Alumi and Texas A &M Corps of Cadets member.
- Austin Police Chief Art Acevedo visits with members of the Manor HS Chapter
- LLA members and Kdchi take a moment from wrapping gifts for a picture.
- LLA Men Representing
- LLA Manor HS Chapter members with LLA Alumni and University of Texas at Austin Longhorn Ms. Sarmiento
- LLA Manor HS Chapter members volunteering at the Oswaldo "AB" Cantu Pan American Recreation Center Thanksgiving Celebration in Austin
- LLA Manor HS Chapter pose with a speaker from the 10th Annual Latino Leadership Sumitt at the University of Texas at Austin.
Who We Are?
Latino Leaders of America (LLA) is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit, charitable organization established in Texas. The LLA organization focuses on empowering Latinos to become high school graduates, college graduates, professionals and community leaders.
Latinas are the fastest growing group of female school-aged youth with an alarming 42% dropout rate, which is the highest in the U.S. A recent publication entitled, "Listening to Latinas", illustrated that although Latinas have high aspirations for the future, they often face many barriers to gain role models and confidence in their abilities to succeed.
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LLA Luncheon Ceremony
On May 10, 2013 LLA held a Luncheon Ceremony to recognize Manor ISD, Texas A & M University and the Travis County Sheriff’s Office for their commitment and dedication to LLA since its inception.
Please, watch the following video on the left that was shown at the ceremony.
“I have been a member since my Junior year. During my tenure as a member I have been exposed to so much that it has given me the confidence to be a succesful Latina.”
Veronica Bahena, Cadet Corporal
Texas A & M University Corps of Cadets