Panel will address “Latinas Creating Jobs and Sustainable Futures”

August 31, 2022 (New York, NY)—Known Holdings, a new financial platform designed to power the growth of the BIPOC-owned (Black, Indigenous and people of color) economy, will be supporting the “Latinas Creating Jobs and Sustainable Futures” panel at Raizado, The Latinx House Festival. The Raizado Festival, in its first year, will celebrate and highlight the power, culture, and truth of the Latinx community within the United States and beyond, with the theme of “Cultivando Nuestro Futuro.” The panel on “Latinas Creating Jobs and Sustainable Futures” will be held today in Aspen, Colorado, at the historic Hotel Jerome.

“We’re proud to support The Latinx House in their inaugural event,” said Known co-founder Nathalie Molina Niño. “Our contributions are critical to an economy in which we and all communities of color thrive, and our stories point the way to a healthier and more sustainable future”.  In addition to the “Latinas Creating Jobs and Sustainable Futures” panel, the festival will include flash talks, panels, intimate lounges, art exhibitions, live music, a late-night party at the Hotel Jerome, film screenings, and more, uplifting some of the biggest names and up-and-coming voices in the Latinx community.

Sponsors of Raizado Festival include: Open Society Foundations, Ford Foundation, Marguerite Casey Foundation, P&G, Pop Culture Collaborative, Hotel Jerome, Luminate, The Schusterman Foundation, The Colorado Health Foundation, Warner Brothers Discovery, Netflix, Justice for Migrant Women, Way to Rise, Valiente Fund, Women’s Foundation California, Hispanics in Philanthropy, AARP, Planned Parenthood, Disney, Known Holdings, Hewlett Foundation, and Acura, the official vehicle of Raizado. 

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About Known Holdings
Known is a financial services platform providing an ecosystem of resources and expertise to bring scale and ownership to the economy powered by communities of color. Known will accelerate the growth of asset allocators, fund managers, and entrepreneurs from Black, Indigenous, Latinx, and other prioritized communities, focused on racial, social, and economic impa