Coors Light kicked off the Coors Light Change Makers Alumni Network to recognize its network of Latino trailblazers, share their accomplishments, enable peer mentorship, and strengthen the bond among all the líderes who have been impacting change in hundreds of communities in the U.S. and Puerto Rico.

As the largest and fastest-growing minority group, Latino representation and leadership are needed now more than ever.

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Mentorship is influential in leadership growth. Spending time with others with similar traits who can relate to shared experiences can result in organic, personal mentorship connections and strong, life-long friendships. Through the Coors Light Líderes Change Makers Alumni Network, we connect líderes who are fellow executives and rising Latino trailblazers to build a national network in a safe space to learn, relax and find unique contacts for future growth, while also offering an opportunity to chill in virtual happy hours.

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Many Latinos experience a unique set of barriers that limit success, including pay gap inequality, board conflict, and underrepresentation in leadership. We provide the Change Makers with a supply of culturally relevant information, resources, and best practices for continued success as leaders and professionals through periodic meetings throughout the year. Through access to leadership development, best practices, and discussions from subject matter experts, we aim to empower Change Makers with overcome barriers common to underrepresented communities.

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Breaking the glass ceiling is challenging, which is why we want to recognize and share the Change Makers’ accomplishments. In addition to being named a Coors Light Líder, we will further recognize our líderes as trailblazers through annual features, periodic blogs, and social media platforms that chronicle their continued success and leadership journey. Most importantly, we want the next generation to know everything is possible with Change Makers as their leaders and role models.