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Latina Leadership Network of the California Community Colleges INDIVIDUAL MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION
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The Latina Leadership Network (LLN) is the first Latina nonprofit organization within the California Community College System. The organization was founded in June 1987 when Olga Arenivar, Betty Cotton, Cecilia Alvarado Custer and Irma Alvarez convened a conference to develop Latina leadership in the California Community Colleges and to increase the number of Latinas throughout the system.
Classified staff, faculty, administrators, trustees, students; provide for voting privileges.
Nonvoting memberships for individuals, organizations, and corporations that support the Latina Leadership Network’s purpose and goals.
The Latina Leadership Network Madrina Award was developed to honor those Latinas who have given their time, energy, expertise and leadership to the LLN and to other Latinas within the California Community Colleges system and/or Latino community.
The Latina Leadership Network of the California Community Colleges is committed to the philosophy of equal opportunity/equal access in all its activities. Thus, we are firmly committed to a policy of nondiscrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin, ancestry, religion, creed, sex, pregnancy, age, disability, marital status, medical condition, sexual orientation, or veteran status in our activities. All members shall be treated with respect and enjoy all the rights and privileges of the Network.
The LLN Esperanza Newsletter keeps members informed on current issues, upcoming events, and regional activities. LLN Members can submit articles for consideration by the LLN Executive Board by submitting an email to
The LLN Listserver
The Listserv provides up-to-date information on current educational issues, job listings, and upcoming events. To subscribe, go to website, click on Membership and follow instructions. Membership is not required to subscribe. Please submit all posting for approval to:
Offical LLN Website
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