Updated: Dec 14, 2019
For Immediate Release December 12, 2019
Contact: Lucia Alonzo
Washington, D.C. – The Hispanic Lobbyists Association (HLA) is proud to announce that 21 HLA members are featured on the Hill’s Top Lobbyists 2019 list.
Corporate Jessica Herrera-Flanigan, Univision Communications Inc.
Cindy Jimenez-Turner, United Technologies
Corp.Rich Lopez, General Motors Co. Isaac Reyes, Target Corp. Norberto Salinas, Intel Corp. Susan Santana, AT&T Omar Vargas, 3M Marcela Urrutia-Zamora, Verizon Communications Inc.
Manuel Bonilla, American Society of Anesthesiologists
Hired Guns Cristina Antelo, Ferox StrategiesIngrid Duran and Catherine Pino, D&P Creative Strategies Omar Franco and Bert Gómez, Becker Noe Garcia, Signal Group Oscar Ramirez, Fulcrum Public Affairs Chuck Rocha, Solidarity Strategies Estuardo Rodríguez, The Raben Group Ivan Zapien, Hogan Lovells
Grassroots Susie Feliz, National Urban League
Liz Lopez, YWCA USA
The Hill’s annual Top Lobbyists list features the most distinguished and accomplished professionals from companies, nonprofits, trade associations, and lobbying firms who are on the front lines of the nation’s most consequential political and policy battles.
“We are proud of the HLA members receiving this prestigious recognition,” said Anais Carmona, HLA Vice President. “They have risen to the top of their fields and are representative of the talented Hispanic lobbyists and advocates who makeup our membership.”
Carmona went on to commend the Hill for showcasing lobbyists and advocates from diverse backgrounds but noted that more needs to be done to achieve full representation of Latinos in leadership roles in K Street and nonprofits.
To see The Hill’s full list of 2019 honorees, please click here.
ABOUT HLA 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.