About the Program
Tras la Perla is one of Carlos Vives' most successful not-for-profit initiatives that aims to revive and empower Pescaito, one of the most vulnerable neighborhoods in his native Colombian city of Santa Marta. Join us on Sept. 24.
Georgetown University's GCG quarterly journal features innovative proposals to help improve the competitiveness and governability of Ibero-American companies and countries in a globalized world. Read the latest issue here.
The GCL Alumni Network will celebrate their annual reunion in Antigua, Guatemala from October 29-31, 2018. This year's reunion is also open to ILG alumni. Program agenda will be announced shortly. Register here.
The ILG Alumni Network will celebrate their annual reunion at Georgetown University from September 26 to 28, 2018. This year's reunion is also open to interested GCL alumni. Program agenda will be announced shortly. Register here.
LALP executive director Professor Ernst opened the first edition of the Program of Global Impact Leadership (PLIG 2018), a project of GCL2017 alumnus from Uruguay and GCL Seal recipient Felipe Paullier.
LALP executive director Ricardo Ernst was invited by the Business Council of Latin America (CEAL) and the president of Honduras to address the council and discuss some of the governability challenges facing the region.
On April 26, 2018, Juan Sebastián Rozo Rengifo (ILG 2017 alum) was commissioned as minister of information and communication technologies (MINTIC) of Colombia. Previously, he served as vice-minister of connectivity and digitalization.
The Center for Latin American Studies and the Latin America Leadership Program were honored to welcome H.E. Ambassador Krishna Raj Urs, who shed light on U.S. policy and on his experiences as a U.S. diplomat in Peru.
President DeGioia awarded the Patrick Healy Award 2018 to LALP executive director Professor Ricardo Ernst during this year's John Carroll Weekend in Seattle on April 14, 2018. Congratulations and thank you, Professor Ernst, for your leadership!