Momentum is Building—Leadership for Latino Student Success in 2017

As we prepare for 2017, we recognize that American needs strong and committed leaders who recognize Latino students as tremendous assets for our nation and vital to our shared future success.

Excelencia in Education is proud to work with these leaders:

Geisha Williams, CEO, Pacific Gas and Electric

The first and only Latina to be appointed CEO of a Fortune 200 Company assumed her new role on November 14. PG&E is a supporter of Examples of Excelencia. Learn more about Geisha Williams.

Eloy Oakley, Chancellor, California Community College System

A long-time partner of Excelencia in Education and one of our Presidents for Latino Student Success, Oakley takes the helm of America’s largest system of higher education on December 16. Learn about his plans for making social justice part of his agenda.

Senator-elect Catherine Cortez Masto (Nevada)

When Cortez Masto takes office on January 3, 2017, she will become the first Latina United States Senator in history. Meet a new leader in the Senate.

Presidents for Latino Student Success

These college and university presidents and chancellors have committed to increasing Latino student success within their institutions and across the country. Meet them.

Momentum is Building. Be a part of it.