Monica Lozano

Chair, Latinos and Society Program, The Aspen Institute

Monica Lozano is chair of the Aspen Institute Latinos and Society Program, which is dedicated to increasing awareness of the role Hispanics will play in the United States’ long-term prosperity. From 2010 to January 2016, she was chairman and CEO of the parent company of La Opinión, a leading Spanish-language daily newspaper, where she led the transition of the business into a multimedia content provider. Lozano joined La Opinión in 1985 and became publisher and CEO in 2004. She is chair of the University of California Board of Regents and the Weingart Foundation and serves on the boards of the Rockefeller Foundation, Bank of America, and Target Corporation.

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As Latino Americans emerge as the majority minority and the new mainstream, representing 18 percent of the US... See more
The economic prosperity of the United States of tomorrow depends in large part on how we invest in human capital today... See more
There have long been two notions of what it means to be American: one is civic and colorblind, found in our... See more