LULAC National Committee on Innovation & Technology
Caroline Sanchez Crozier, CEO, and owner of CSC Consulting Group (Burr Ridge) launched the company 33 years ago. CSC’s Initial partner was Apple to support CPS educators with technology. Today, CSC is an experienced IT Service provider working with schools, nonprofits, and small businesses to manage their technology infrastructure with CISCO engineers. CPS continues as a major client. The long successful history in tech makes Caroline a 1% of women in STEM in the US, a Latina Entrepreneur who is often referred to as a “unicorn” for her out-of-the-box approach to her business and advocacy. A sought-after and well-respected source of knowledge and integrity, Caroline has dedicated significant time as an education advocate and board member, on a state and national level, with the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC), the oldest and largest civil rights national organization for Latinos. In 2019, she founded Latinx Digital Latinx Leaders Now, a non-profit organization for digital equity, which is the new civil rights, especially during Covid-19’s. Ms. Crozier is actively engaged in addressing the systemic inequities that have been exacerbated by the current pandemic. Caroline’s other board activities include CS4IL, and currently leads ISBE’s CS Strategic Plan, Equity and Advocacy Workgroup.
Thursday, March 17
12:15 PM EST
Technology & Innovation Luncheon: Broadband in America: The Impact to the Growing Latino Communities
Presented by: AT&T
Internet access is an essential asset needed in today’s world for accessing resources, economic opportunities, education and necessary services. This panel will focus the conversation on the importance of driving solutions to ensure all communities, including those in urban and rural areas, have access to affordable high speed internet access.