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Dear Yale Latino Alums:

The Honor of Your Presence is Requested

By The National Board of the

Yale Latino Alumni Association

And The YLAA of the Tri-State Area

As they host,

The NYC Latino Road Show:

A Grand Party with a Purpose.


Thursday, April 29, 2010

At the law offices of Day Pitney, LLP

7 Times Square 20th Floor

(@ Broadway, between 41st & 42nd Streets)

6:00 8:30 PM

(R.S.V.P. is required)


April marks the one year anniversary of the first-ever, Yale Latino Alumni Reunion.  Please join us to relive, or experience for the first time, the power and the beauty of that weekend, as well as to learn of what has transpired since.

Come reconnect with old friends, make new ones, enjoy unique cultural entertainment, and learn of the achievements of the YLAA and its local affiliate, the Yale Latino Alumni Association of the Tri-State Area.  But most importantly come help determine the future priorities and goals of these organizations and consider why and how to get involved. 


We look forward to seeing there.

Suggested Contribution of $20.00 will be requested at the door



In addition to having great time together, its extremely important that you be there, so as to:

·       Learn of the many developments and prospective plans of both organizations;

·       Help direct the future goals and efforts of the organizations, including the creation of greater, more tangible personal and professional benefits to all of us, as Latino alumni;

·       Demonstrate to the World, including Yale itself and ourselves, that a formidable Latino alumni presence exists throughout the New York/Tri-State area that is interested in collaborating to building a strong and effective alumni network both locally, as well as across the nation;

·       Explore how Latino alumni might be interested in making Yale a more Latino-friendly institution;

·       Learn how to elect the first Latino to the Board of the Yale Corporation.


This is not a celebration you should miss, and one that can only hope to meet its potential with your presence and participation.  Beverages and light refreshments will be served.

Suggested Contribution of $20.00 will be requested at the door to help offset the significant costs of this event, (we hope to enable you to drink and eat that a couple of times during the evening); and so we hope that you will give what you can, comfortably. 


Please join us that Thursday evening.


For planning purposes, as well as building security, your R.S.V.P. is required.  In order to accomplish this, simply send an e-mail to:


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Give us your name, e-mail address, and telephone number, along with your intentions of joining us, or not; a simple YES, I will be in attendance, or NO, I cannot attend will suffice.  If you are unable to attend, but would like to be kept informed of future meetings and/or developments, advise us accordingly. 


We hope to see you then.  Best Wishes y palante.






National Board

Of Directors


Executive Committee

Eva Blanco, 93

Co-Chair (California)


Orlando Rivera, 77

Co-Chair (New York)


Anna Maria Quintana, 97

Treasurer (California)


Miream Sierra, 82

Secretary (Florida)




Melvyn Colon, 77



Carlos DeJesus 79



Felicia Escobar 99

(District of Columbia)


David Gonzalez, 79

(New York)


Francisco Leal, 83



Diana Méndez, 00



Edgardo Ramos, 82



Graciela Trilla, 79

(New Hampshire)


Alejandra Velázquez, 02



Student Representatives


Diandra Fermin, 12



Evelyn N. López, 11