Women’s History Month celebration gathers nationally recognized Latina leaders and influencers

“Latinas & Success: What It Takes to Make It in America will explore if the American Dream is still possible for Latinas and other minority women entrepreneurs, with national speakers and influencers sharing the obstacles and barriers they overcame to get to the top.


National Conversation Latina LeadersIn celebration of Women’s History Month, Latinas in Business Inc. announces main speakers for their 4th National Conversation with Latina Leaders to discuss “Latinas & Success: What It Takes to Make It in America.”

The virtual event will be held on Friday, March 25 from 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm EST – 9:00 am to 11:00 am PST on Zoom and live-streamed on Facebook. For free registration to this event visit The event is open to all entrepreneurs regardless of gender, race or ethnicity. 

Bibi Hidalgo, Associate Administrator, SBA Office of Government Contracting & Business Development (TBC), has been invited as Keynote Speaker. Hidalgo oversees and reviews procurement-related policies for small business contractors hoping to work with the Federal Government, including Woman-owned, Veteran-owned, Socially Disadvantaged, HUBZone, and 8(a) Minority Business Development Program small businesses.

Albania Rosario, founder and CEO of Fashion Designers of Latin America, has been confirmed as Celebrity Speaker. Originally from the Dominican Republic, she uprooted and moved to the New York City with her parents in 2000, and launched her initiative that has now an international reach to several countries in Latin America. 

Susana G Bauman, President and CEO of Latinas in Business Inc said, “Once the fastest demographics opening businesses in the USA, Latinas and other minority women have fallen behind during the pandemic. 

We are asking the question if the American Dream is still possible them, a long overdue discussion about opportunities, resources and funding discrimination, and what can be done to close that gap. We are gathering a successful lineup of national speakers to share their experiences with others.”

Join us and all supporting organizations in bringing real solutions to America’s backbone, small businesses, and especially minority women and Latina-owned businesses, their talent, innovation and their constant sense of purpose to support their communities. 

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