University of St. Francis Students Attend USHLI Conference

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University of St. Francis students attended the 31st Annual National Conference of the United States Hispanic Leadership Institute (USHLI) in Chicago, Feb. 13-16.
The event attracted leaders from more than 40 states and 1,000 affiliated groups and organizations to celebrate Hispanic heritage and empower communities.

The USHLI conference is the largest cross-generational Hispanic conference in the nation, attracting students, young professionals, career professionals and senior citizens. Conference participants come together to develop and/or strengthen their leadership skills and to grow as servant leaders.

The following USF students attended the USHLI conference:

Channahon – Shannon Patino
Chicago – Marcos Ayala, Melanie Fonseca, Valeria Martinez and Diana Trujillo
Crest Hill – Leslie Juarez
Evergreen Park – Medelia Garcia and Jason Julian
Glendale Heights – Maria Fernanda Quevedo
Glenview – Megha Patel
Joliet – Tanya Arias, Alex Campos, Estefani Gonzalez, Blanca Limon, Ricardo Magadan, Laura Munoz, Ulises Ornelas and Stephanie Rodriguez
Lynwood – Kristy Garcia
Romeoville – Melissa Bahena
Spring Valley – Miguel Aldana
Tinley Park – Princess Clemente
Beijing, China – Jiaxi Hou

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