Eighteenth Annual Hispanic Law Conference: The Role of the HIspanic Community in Legal, Economic, Educational and Social Issues

This expert panel composed of distinguished Hispanic lawyers, educators, entrepreneurs and activists will share success stories in the context of issues which have had a significant impact on the Hispanic population and society at large over the last 18 years. Additionally, this panel will explore initiatives to overcome current challenges and ensure future success for the Hispanic community in the 21st century. Welcome Remarks: Claudio Grossman, Dean, Washington College of Law Juan Sempertegui ‘07, President, Hispanic Bar Association of Washington; Director of Licensing, State of Maryland's Division of Financial Regulation Moderator: Marcela Salazar, Principal, The Raben Group Panelist: Jose Aristimuno, Founder, “Latino Giant” Allison Kokkoros, President and CEO, Carlos Rosario International Public Charter School Angela Franco, President and CEO, Greater Washington Hispanic Chamber of Commerce The Honorable Yolanda Curtin, Judge, Harford County Circuit Court Claudio Sanchez, Correspondent, Education, National Desk, National Public Radio (NPR)