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Latina Orgs and Resources

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Resource NameDescription
HISPANIC BUSINESSA variety of business services such as career placement, recruitment services, business research, surveys and advertising.
HispanicSMB.comThe premier online community for the 1.6 million Hispanic-owned small and medium sized businesses in the United States.
Latin Business AssociationProviding innovative programs and services that enhance the success, growth and advancement of Latino businesses, and the community.
Latin Business TodayProvide an unprecedented array of resources specific to today's enterprising Latinos/as.
LATINA Style MagazineThis interactive business development program brings together Latina business owners with key corporations and government agencies that provide the goods and services needed by these outstanding entrepreneurs.
MANAA National Latina Organization empowering Latinas through leadership development, community service, and advocacy.
Minority and Women Business Enterprises (MWBE)A nationwide Minority and Women Business Development Program which educates, mentors, and leverages the capabilities of minority and women business enterprises to maximize profitability and sustainability.
National Hispana Leadership InstituteEnhances and helps develop leadership abilities among Hispanic women whose commitment, contribution and dedication helps ensure a vibrant and sustainable future for the United States. Helps improve services provided to Hispanic communities by local, state and national organizations.
National Hispanic Business Women AssociationA non-profit organization in Orange County, California. NHBWA’s purpose is to empower and encourage women and business owners to develop and increase their business through educational seminars and speakers, by offering mutual support, the sharing of information, business referrals and networking.
National Latina Business Women AssociationPromotes, develops and supports the rapid growth of Latina business owners, professionals and their families.
The Hispanic Entrepreneurs Toolbox100 Networking Resources, Guides and Links.
The U.S. Directory of Latina-Owned BusinessesOperated by the Hispanic Business Women’s Alliance (HBWA). HBWA has been in the business of helping Latina owned businesses grow their companies.
Wise Latinas LinkedWise Latinas Linked (WLL) brings together Latinas in the virtual world. Their list of Latino organizations provides resources on Economic Independence, educational goals, & leadership development.