About the Latin America Leadership Program

Georgetown University’s Latin America Leadership Program (LALP) aims to connect and empower a new generation of socially responsible, innovative, and ethical leaders, active in the public and private sectors and civil society, in order to create long-lasting and positive impact in Latin America. 


Panelists during OMNIA IV Conference

OMNIA IV Conference Event

The annual OMNIA Conference brings together Latin American student associations from different public policy schools in the United States.  OMNIA IV, event organized by the Latin American Policy Association (LAPA) of Georgetown University McCourt School of Public Policy, took place on April 5th and…

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Manuel Carranza presenting Lideroamerica at the Riggs Library

Lideroamerica, Lessons on Leadership in Latin America

GCL alum Manuel Carranza presented the book Lideroamerica, Lessons on Leadership in Latin America, a project by GCL 2018 alumni Bryan Avendaño  (Colombia), Gabriela Vallejo (Ecuador), Manuel Carranza (El Salvador), Alvaro Gonzalez (Venezuela).

GCG Journal, Volume 13, Number 1

Read the latest issue of the Journal of Globalization, Competitiveness and Governability, published by Georgetown University and Universia.

GCL 2019 Teams Compete in Microsoft Artificial Intelligence Challenge

In January 2019, Microsoft collaborated with the Georgetown University's Latin America Leadership Program (LALP) to offer the first Microsoft Artificial Intelligence (AI) Challenge during the thirteenth edition of LALP’s Global Competitiveness Leadership Program (GCL) in which 36 young leaders from Latin America and Spain competed to provide a technical solution for a global social problem.