I was born in Colombia and raised in Charlotte; therefore, I self-identify as a Charlottean of Hispanic descent.
I interpret the Board's vision and provide guidance and support to staff and volunteers to fulfill the organizational mission.
Operations Manager & Accountant
I am from El Salvador and grew up in Raleigh, North Carolina. After attending Wingate University, I fell in love with Charlotte and decided to move to the Queen City.
I assist in interpreting and analyzing the financial information of the Latin American Coalition.
Development and Communications Coordinator
From Ecuadorian roots and Charlottean at heart since 2005.
Create meaningful relationships that will help our organization have a higher impact in NC.
Director of Advocacy & Civic Engagement
I am a native North Carolinian. I am a mix of small town roots and a global perspective.
I tell compelling stories about the needs in our community and the critical work that we do to address those needs.
Cultural Events Director
I am from Venezuela. I have been living in Charlotte since 1993 and I have been introducing Latino culture through music, art and food since then.
I organize cultural events that raise community awareness of Latino culture and I strive to make Charlotte a cooler, more diverse city.
Immigrant Welcome Center Manager
I am from Philadelphia, PA, where my family has lived for generations yet I have chosen North Carolina as my home.
I work to assist, educate and advocate for community members.
Worker Center Coordinator
I was born in Mexico in a very small town and moved to North Carolina at 6 years old. I came here with my family in 1992 and have lived in the Charlotte area where I attended UNCC.
I help to inform and connect Latinos with the resources available to them in the community and to organize el pueblo with long-term stability, civic, and economic participation in Charlotte.
Workforce Development Coordinator (AmeriCorps ACCESS Member)
I was born in the Central part of Mexico. The state of Guanajuato. The cradle of Mexican Independence. However, I have been in Iowa for the last 23 years of my life. Therefore, I am part of the ever changing landscape of the Midwest.
As an active member of the changing racial fabric of the next ‘America,’ I strive to actively showcase the wide array of positive contributions my community offers to our adoptive country.
Immigrant Welcome Center Coordinator
New York City born to immigrant Dominican parents. I love to travel to El Caribe as much as I can with my loved ones.
Growing up in a large urban city like NYC taught me to always push on no matter the obstacles. At "La Coalición" I strive to serve and empower my new community.
Director of Immigration Law Clinic
I'm from New Mexico and a daughter of Mexican immigrants, which shows in my love for El Tri, banda, and mariachi. I've lived in ten different places around the US and the world and have taken a little bit of each's culture for my own.
I am passionate about helping my community, and the way I do that is by helping people who qualify for some sort of immigration relief apply for and obtain it, allowing them to remain in this country, which many of them already call home, and which the rest soon will.
BIA Partially Accredited Representative
I am from Colombia and was born in a city that is 2,600 meters closer to the stars.
With my family, I came to the United States 7 years ago. Working for two years with Americorps awoke in me the passion to serve and help my community. I know that together, we can go far. My community needs people who want to help them and that's where I want to focus my work.
M. Stefania Hall
I was born in San Salvador, El Salvador and was brought to the states at age 6. I have been living in Charlotte for the past 9 years.
I help Legal Permanent Residents take the important step to become naturalize.