Posted by Jodi Erickson on Oct 03, 2017

A few stories about immigrants, the status of various diverse communities in Minnesota, and the impact to the socio-economic progress of our state. Come hear about the challenges our region faces with major Racial Disparities and why it is an issue we should all care about and work on reducing. Join us for a few different perspectives on what is happening in our state and ideas on what we could all be doing to improve the conditions for all in the future.



Luis Moreno is an energetic Business and Community Leader with a lot of passion for Education and for Personal and Professional Development. He has over 16 years of business experience in 6 Fortune 500 companies. He has received multiple recognitions, including the "Distinguished Service Award" from Governor Dayton's Council on Martin Luther King Jr Holiday's for his contributions in the areas of race relations, justice, community service, education, and civil and human rights. He was included on the list of "Top National Champions of Diversity" by DiversityBusiness Magazine and in the "Top 100 Under 50 Executives and Emerging Leaders" by Diversity MBA Magazine. He has an MBA in Strategy and Marketing from the Carlson School, is a Public Policy Fellow from The Center for the Study of Politics and Governance in the Humphrey School of Public Affairs, and collaborates with the US Competitiveness Project and Shared Prosperity, as a a member of the Young American Leaders Program at Harvard Business School.