About the Network

The Linking Latina Leaders Network (L3) came about as a result of, informal gatherings during annual conferences,  and ten years in the making. The Linking Latina Leaders is now in its second year informally and in its inaugural year as a national network. There are currently seventy-eight (78) members and lead school districts across the nation.in administrative and superintendent capacities.

The Purpose

The Linking Latina Leaders Network is more than just a gathering of colleagues. The Linking Latina Leaders Network is focused on their continuous leadership development and network of information sharing. Their leadership development is a fundamental concept to serve in the advancement of learning for all children, with an emphasis on Black and Brown youth. The Linking Latina Leadership Network will focus on current and relevant practices of book studies, guest speakers, and professional development opportunities. Every school district in  America faces common challenges. The work of the Linking Latina Leaders and their strategic Partner(s) is a critical component to the success of the advancement for the leaders of today and tomorrow. The partner(s) will collaboratively work shoulder-to-shoulder within the Linking Latina Leaders Network to create agendas, offer support with resources that partner(s) may have available.


Dr. Patricia Ordóñez-Feliciano

Principal; West Gate Elementary  School District of Palm Beach County, FL

Patricia Trejo

ALAS State Affiliate Secretary  FL-ALAS Board of Directors Administrative Program Planner for Hispanic/Latino Studies School District of Palm Beach County  

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