The Hispanic Lobbyists Association (HLA), a 501 (c)(6) organization, was founded in 2006. Its mission is to advance and empower Hispanic/Latino government relations and public affairs professionals by fostering mentorship and professional development opportunities. HLA strongly believes in the importance of diversifying the profession so that it reflects the changing face of America.

 

Membership is calendar year and open to all individuals who self-identify with or are committed to supporting the Hispanic/Latino community and who have professional responsibilities in the field of government relations and/or public affairs.

 

HLA’s members are talented advocates whose expertise and knowledge make for a more informed policy making process. They work in the private, public, and nonprofit sectors; serve as community relations, external affairs, government relations, policy, and public affairs advocates; and are experts in a broad range of issues, including cybersecurity, education, energy, financial services, healthcare, media, tax, technology, and telecommunications.

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Board of Directors

Executive Committee

The HLA Board of Directors consists of the Executive Committee (President, Vice-President, Secretary, and Treasurer) which start its two-year terms in January 2021. The Board of Directors also includes nine at-large members who serve one-year terms. All seats are elected by the membership.

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Susie Feliz

At-large board member

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Rosemary Garza

At-large board member

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Rich Lopez

At-large board member

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Norberto Salinas

At-large board member

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Patricia Tamez

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At-large board member

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Annais Carmona

President

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Lucia Alonzo

Vice President

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Amalia Chamorro

Secretary

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Angela Arboleda

Treasurer

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Lucia Alonzo

At-large board member

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Manuel Bonilla

At-large board member

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Maria Luisa Boyce

At-large board member

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Carissa Fana

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Frequently asked questions

Who Qualifies For The Study


People over the age of 18 with lingering symptoms after having COVID-19. Symptoms include, but are not limited to, chronic fatigue, difficulty breathing, brain fog, joint pain, muscle pain and headaches.




When Does The Study Start


The study recruits interested participants on a rolling basis. We are constantly seeking interested people.




Does It Cost Money To Participate


No. The study does not charge participants. Materials are provided for free.




How Long Is the Study


The intervention lasts up to twelve weeks with sessions being held either once or twice a week. Each session lasts approximately 1.5 - 2 hours.




Who Funded The Study


This study is funded internally through Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.




How Do I Find Out More Information


Contact the study team at 617-754-2882 or mindbodystudy@bidmc.harvard.edu. Please fill out the interest survey found on the homepage of this site.





Get Involved

HLA membership is calendar year (January 1st - December 31st), membership fee is $100, and members must be committed to supporting HLA’s mission and have professional responsibilities in the field of government relations or public affairs.