Abigail Golden-Vazquez

Vice President and Executive Director, Latinos and Society Program, The Aspen Institute

Abigail Golden-Vázquez is vice president at the Aspen Institute and executive director of its Latinos and Society Program, whose goal is to improve understanding of the growing Latino community and increase awareness of its critical importance to the future of the United States. For eight years prior, she developed and managed the Institute’s geographical and topical leadership initiatives that comprise the Aspen Global Leadership Network. Golden-Vázquez joined the Aspen Institute from the German Marshall Fund, where she was director of external relations and a senior manager responsible for partnership development, congressional relations, and public outreach. She is a member of NationSwell and the ConPRmetidos board.

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As the US ceases to be a white majority country (a demographic milestone we’re expected to reach by 2020), how will we... See more
Latinos are America’s youngest and second-largest population, responsible for one of the most significant demographic... See more
Featured scholars: Angelica Perez-Litwin and Marco Davis. // One in four public school kindergarteners today are Latino... See more