FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Laura Morett to Participate in a Forum on Latino Issues hosted by the Latino Business Alliance
Salem – Laura Morett has accepted an invitation from the Latino Business Alliance to participate in their Forum on Latino Issues later this month. LBA’s objectives include:
• Improve access to economic and business education, programs, resources and services to Latino businesses;
• Provide education and cultural awareness to the general community on how to build successful, cooperative relationships with the Latino community;
• Provide education and skills training to the Latino community on entrepreneurship to help them to enter the professional world in order to reduce dependence on public assistance, foster self-esteem and combat community deterioration; and
• Improve the integration of the Latino community into the wider business community
With an estimated 8,000 Latinos living in HD20 Laura is committed to understanding and supporting the efforts of these constituents. This is evident in her outreach via social media and door to door efforts this season. Visit LauraParaOregon.com to learn more.
Upon the receipt of the invitation Laura said: “As the child of a Hawaiian native and wife of a Latino the challenge of learning a new culture and establishing a family unit is hard work, but it is obtainable when our community comes together to help. The work ethic and devotion to family of the Latino community is commendable, and I am honored to be part of the upcoming Forum on Latino Issues.”
The forum will be held on Wednesday, October 26 from 2:30-4 PM, location to be announced. Please visit www.LatinoBizAlliance.com for complete details.
Laura Morett is a lifetime Oregonian and lives in Salem with her husband Dan. They have three children and two grandchildren. Laura has worked in the legal field as well as help her husband manage their small business for 28 years – Morett Construction.