Latinx Leaders Spotlighted
Latinx Leaders Nominated for Awards
Small Businesses Supported
of the population in MA
strong in MA by 2035
of the USA workforce will be Latinx by 2030
of senior executives are Hispanic/Latina women.
We plan to change that.
Latinx-owned businesses in Massachusetts
in annual revenue generated
hours of bilingual and culturally responsive support and mentorship
of our business partners stabilized/became profitable
businesses developed capital readiness/digital transformation plans
wealth-building jobs created and stabilized
Massachusetts has the 10th largest population of Latinx voters in the nation.
are registered to vote
a young Latino turns 18
Latinx lawmakers in Massachusetts (up from six in 2018)
Amplify LatinX commissioned the largest ever Latino focused poll on civic engagement and economic prosperity in Massachusetts. The historic survey found:
don’t have time to register to vote/tried to & couldn’t
believe voting fellow Latinos into political office is very/somewhat important
strongly agree with canceling student loan debt
strongly support helping families pay for childcare with government subsidies