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About LALP

Georgetown University’s Latin America Leadership Program (LALP) aims to educate, connect, and empower Latin American emergent leaders to create a long-lasting and positive impact in the region in the pursuit of the university’s mission of teaching and service for the common good. 


Panelists of the webinar Rebuilding Latin America from the Inside

Rebuilding Latin America From the Inside Event

The COVID-19 crisis has affected the world in unprecedented ways for more than one year, stretching thin the resources of both the public and private sectors and exposing the long-standing tensions and growing edges of political and economic models. Latin America, in particular, has seen much of its…

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LALP 2019-2020 Annual Report

This 2019-2020 annual report of Georgetown University's Latin America Leadership Program (LALP) highlights LALP's continuous engagement with the region. The report offers a glimpse of our flagship and custom offerings, the impact of our alumni in the region, and the public dialogues that we co-hosted addressing key themes of governance and the rule of law, economic growth, and social and cultural inclusion that drive the university's engagement with Latin America.

Leading Education: Forming Leaders of Change

As part of its Custom Programs partnerships, LALP is collaborating with the Varkey Foundation (Argentina) and Leading Education for the first time to offer a program to young leaders between the ages of 20 and 35 dedicated to enacting changes in educational systems. This program combines theoretical training in fundamental disciplines of the educational sector with methodological tools to enable change through intervention in different work environments.