Cecilia Majors

Director of Marketing & Development


Cecilia Majors is a dynamic leader in Latino advocacy and educational excellence with over 9 years of experience. As the Director of Marketing and Development with LCDA, she is responsible for the strategic development and growth for the organization, whose mission is to increase the number of Latinos on corporate boards. She manages board governance, marketing, promotion and plays a key role in increasing membership.

In her former position, Cecilia was the Corporate Partnerships Manager at the Hispanic Association on Corporate Responsibility (HACR) where she managed corporate donors. She contributed to fundraising activities, outreach, cultivation and renewal of partnerships with sponsors and corporate membership.

Previously, Cecilia was the Associate Manager of College Programs at the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI). She graduated over 250 participants from the CHCI College Internship and Fellowship Programs. She placed interns in congressional offices and through coaching and mentoring, she oversaw their leadership development. In this role, Cecilia demonstrated a commitment and passion to advance educational opportunities for Latino youth.

After graduating from college, Cecilia interned for the National Hispana Leadership Institute (NHLI) and the Hispanic College Fund (HCF). She researched national Latino demographics, evaluated youth programs, maintained website updated, assisted in management of the college scholarship application process and provided marketing support. She served on the Planning Committee for the NHLI Annual Executive Leadership Training Conference and Mujer Awards.

Cecilia was a Founding Member of the Associate Board for the Latin American Youth Center (LAYC), where she provided leadership guidance and assisting with fundraising efforts. Cecilia completed NHLI’s Advancing Latina Leaders in Non-Profits Leadership Program where she received a certificate in non-Profit Management from Georgetown University.

She is currently enrolled at American University’s Kogod School of Business pursuing a Masters of Business Administration (MBA). Cecilia holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology and Latino Studies from New York University.

Cecilia embraces her Hispanic heritage from Ecuador and is a passionate advocate for advancing Hispanics in business, education and communities.

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