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As part of Georgetown University's global engagement initiatives, LALP implements three flagship regionally focused executive education programs for Latin American and Caribbean leaders. LALP's flagship programs are the Global Competitiveness Leadership (GCL), designed for young emergent social impact leaders across all sectors, the Innovation and Leadership in Government (ILG) for mid-level public managers and other individuals working on public initiatives in the region, and the Global Business Executive Leadership (GBEL) for business executives working in the region. In addition to these flagship programs, LALP partners with external regional institutions to design and implement short-term distinct custom programs on campus and throughout the Latin American region.

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Global Competitiveness Leadership (GCL)

Founded in 2007, GCL is a one-of-a-kind leadership development program that awards scholarships to young Latin American leaders to participate in an experiential and intensive executive education program at Georgetown University.

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Innovation and Leadership in Government (ILG)

Every year, ILG brings Latin American public policymakers to Georgetown University to exchange ideas, best practices, and analyze some of the most pressing challenges facing the public sector in their respective government entities.


Global Business Executive Leadership (GBEL)

GBEL  is a cutting-edge and regionally-focused academic initiative designed to equip business executives in Latin America and the Caribbean with the knowledge, skills, and strategic insights needed to navigate the complex global business landscape.

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LALP Custom Programs

LALP partners with institutions, universities, and companies to design distinct programs based on their professional development needs and business objectives. These custom programs are implemented in Georgetown University and in Latin America.