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Dennis deLeon Sustainable Leadership Institute
Latinos in the Deep South
Latinos in the deep South logo Erik Valera
evalera@latinoaids.org
Program Director

The Dennis deLeon Sustainable Leadership Institute

Named after Dennis deLeon, former president of the Commission and a tireless advocate on behalf of Latinos, people of color, LGBT and other marginalized populations, The Dennis Deleon Sustainable Leadership Institute is a space for emerging community leaders to enhance and develop leadership skills in order to impact HIV/AIDS local, state and federal health policy affecting Latinos in the Deep South.


1st Cohort: 2011
In its first year, the Dennis Deleon Sustainable Leadership Institute took place from April to September 2011 and focused on leaders in the states of North Carolina, South Carolina and Louisiana.

1st Cohort: 2012
In its second year, the Dennis Deleon Sustainable Leadership Institute will take place from March to September 2012 and focused on leaders in the states of Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, and Tennessee. [CLICK HERE FOR CURRENT INSTITUTE]

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