Aspen Institute Latinos and Society Program Adds Leaders from, Comcast, & CAA to Advisory Board

May 31, 2023

Hector Mujica, Juan Otero, and Bruno Del Granado Join Diverse Group of Cross-Sector Leaders Supporting Latino Growth & Resiliency for the Benefit of all Americans.   

Washington, D.C., May 31, 2023 — Hector Mujica, Head of Economic Opportunity for the Americas at, Juan Otero, Senior Vice President of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion at Comcast Corporation, and Bruno Del Granado, Head of global Latin Music touring group at Creative Artists Agency (CAA), are the newest Advisory Board members of the Aspen Institute Latinos and Society Program (Aspen Latinos), announced Domenika Lynch, Executive Director.  The group brings diverse backgrounds, networks, and skillsets to a Board already comprised of cross-sector luminaries across the U.S.

“One of our greatest strengths at Aspen Latinos is our Advisory Board, which brings profound industry knowledge, robust connections and a shared passion for economic development,” said Gaddi Vasquez, Chair of Aspen Latinos. “Our newest members truly embody these traits and have established themselves as trailblazers at the intersection of technology, and DEI. We greatly look forward to a successful collaboration in the years ahead.”

Bruno del Granado is Head of the global Latin Music touring group at leading entertainment and sports agency CAA and represents many of the most accomplished musicians working in Latin music, as well as actors, including Ricky Martin, Gloria Estefan, Luis Fonsi, Becky G, RESIDENTE (René), Danna Paola, and Isabela Merced, among many others. Based out of the Miami office, Del Granado works across the agency to help create opportunities in the multicultural marketplace.

“It is truly an honor to be part of the Board of the Aspen Institute Latinos & Society Program. It’s an exciting time for our people – Latin culture is loved and admired globally, and I look forward to contributing to help grow the Latinos & Society Program alongside professionals I have admired for many years.”

Juan Otero serves as Senior Vice President of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DE&I) for Comcast Corporation. In his role, he leads corporate DE&I initiatives across the enterprise, oversees DE&I governance policy issues, and manages the company’s external Corporate DE&I Advisory Committee.  He also provides strategic counsel around a variety of business issues including but not limited to workforce, procurement, community investment, and programming. Juan is currently co-chair of the Aspen Latino Digital Success Task Force and a Member of the Council of Foreign Relations.   

“Working on the Latino Digital Success Task Force throughout the past year has deepened my respect for Aspen Latino’s mission and to be named to the Board alongside incredible public and private sector leaders is a great honor,” said Juan Otero, Senior Vice President, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion at Comcast Corporation. “Through Project UP, Comcast’s comprehensive initiative to advance digital equity, we are helping to bridge the digital divide and build a future of unlimited possibilities. I look forward to building on these efforts to further promote digital skills and advance economic outcomes for Latino communities nationwide.”

Hector Mujica leads economic opportunity efforts across the Americas for —Google’s philanthropy. He also serves on Google’s Latino Leadership Council, where he helps to steward Google’s social impact ventures with the Latino community. Along with Juan Otero, Hector is co-chair of the Aspen Latino Digital Success Task Force, and under Hector’s stewardship, has supported Aspen Latinos digital inclusion research.  

“As a Venezuelan-American, the Latino experience is intertwined with my personal identity and the lens through which I engage with the world,” said Hector Mujica, Head of Economic Opportunity at “The Aspen Institute’s Latinos and Society program aims to elevate the complex and multifaceted Latino narrative, center the diversity of the Latino experience, and ensure that in the process we construct a more equitable and just society.  It is with great honor and deep humility that I enthusiastically join this Advisory Board to help advance these objectives.” 

The Aspen Institute founded the Latinos and Society Program in 2015 to identify and promote solutions that foster greater opportunity for American Latinos, and enable a more prosperous, inclusive America. Through proprietary research, partnerships with the private and public sector, high-level gatherings, and community-building initiatives, Aspen Latinos ignites Latino growth and resiliency for the benefit of all Americans.

Aspen Latinos Advisory Board members meet twice a year and provide important strategic support to the Latinos and Society Program to help further its mission.  They contribute by ensuring the Program is aligned with its stated mission and goals, as well as those of the Aspen Institute, and support the Program by attending our two signature events, the Latino Entrepreneurship Summit and the Economic State of Latinos in the US event with McKinsey & Company. Please visit our website for a full listing of our Aspen Latinos Advisory Board members.

Contact: Jon Purves
The Aspen Institute


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