The Summit will convene Hispanic/Latinx leaders from across the United States and U.S. territories working in health and human service organizations, faith-based communities, health policy professionals, community stakeholders, health departments and government agencies.
A policy-focused Summit on HIV, Viral Hepatitis, Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs), Stigma, and other health disparities as they impact Hispanic/Latinx communities. The purpose of the National Summit is to establish a National Hispanic/Latinx Health Agenda and implementation plan.
|Monday, March 2nd – Tuesday, March 3rd, 2020
Capital Hilton, 1001 16th Street NW, Washington, D.C., 20036
Who is encouraged to attend the Summit?
Leaders in public health, health policy, elected and appointed officials, researchers on health care, faith leaders, and health and human service sector professionals.
Book your hotel room:
Please take advantage of our discounted rooms at the Capitol Hilton. Book your stay online at: https://book.passkey.com/go/latinoaids.
- For summit information please contact Rosy Mota
- For sponsorship contact Natasha Quirch
- For the Summit’s Program and for more information visit www.hispanicnet.org
Summit Organizer: The Hispanic/Latinx Health Leadership Network
The National Hispanic/Latinx Health Leadership Network is a collaborative of health community leaders. The main activity of the network is the organizing process to develop a national health policy agenda; the second activity is the organizing process for a national Hispanic/Latinx Health Leadership Summit in March 2020. The Latino Commission on AIDS is facilitating this process with a national steering committee and planning committee to be proactive of our health needs and aspirations.