• Home
  • Oregon Latinos in Local Government

About Oregon Latinos in Local Government

Oregon Latinos in Local Government (OLLG), a state chapter of the Local Government Hispanic Network, focuses on the advancement of Latine professionals in local government and the promotion of cultural awareness for local government employees who serve communities with a significant Latine population.

The mission of OLLG is threefold: to support the careers, professional development and leadership of Latines in local government; to inspire all local government professionals in Oregon to improve delivering culturally responsive services to Latine communities; and to increase public participation in local government within the Latine community.


Meet the OLLG Board of Directors

The OLLG is governed by a seven-member Board of Directors that are responsible for:

  • Setting policy for the OLLG.
  • Developing and approving revisions to the rules and bylaws.
  • Creating a plan for communications, membership development, programs and special events, and nominations and elections.
  • Approving an annual work plan and budget, included setting membership dues.
  • Providing ongoing guidance to assure the successful fulfillment of the OLLG's goals and objectives.

Upcoming Events

Café con Leche

Café con Leche is a quarterly informal virtual meeting that provides networking opportunities for Latines working in local government. This is an affinity space where we can connect with one another based on both shared and varied cultural identities and lived experiences. Come as you are! Feel free to join the conversation or just listen in.

Thursday, November 10 at 11 a.m. via Zoom.

Members will receive a calendar invite by email a couple of weeks before the event. If you’re interested in becoming a member of OLLG, contact Angela Speier at aspeier@orcities.org.


© Oregon City/County Management Association.  A State Affliliate of ICMA.

Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software