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Georgetown University’s Latin America Leadership Program (LALP) aims to educate, connect, and inspire 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. 


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GCG Journal, Volume 16, Number 2

Read the latest issue of Georgetown University's journal of Globalization, Competitiveness, and Governability (GCG) about the effects of globalization on the competitiveness and governability of businesses and countries in Latin America. Authors and readers can access the site through this website or at

ILG 2022: Call for Applications NOW OPEN

Applications are now open for the 9th edition of Georgetown University's Innovation and Leadership in Government Program, ILG 2022. An annual leadership development program for public and government managers and representatives from multilateral and social organizations with experience working in public initiatives. 

Georgetown Americas Table: In Conversation with GCL Impact Award Winners

The Georgetown Americas Table monthly interview series elevates the voices of creative leaders across the region—a mix of established and emergent change-makers wrestling with political, economic, and social problems and optimistic about the future. In this episode, Muni Jensen interviews GCL Impact Award winners Allison Silva (Bolivia), Kenneth Gent (Chile), and Jenifer Colpas (Colombia) to explore their diverse leadership and impact stories across Latin America.