A prosperous Latino community will help maintain a prosperous America, said Moya. My book contains strategies and tactics for fostering Latino advancement.
Los Angeles (PRWEB) August 13, 2013
By 2040, more than one in four people in the USA between ages 16 to 64 will be Latino.
As the American population as a whole ages and birth rates decline, the growing Latino demographic will be an important factor that can stimulate the economy.
Author and business leader Steve Moya examines this shifting demographic and analyzes the contribution the Latino community will make to America’s future in his new book, “Great Potential: Latinos in a Changing America.”
“A prosperous Latino community will help maintain a prosperous America,” said Moya. “My book contains strategies and tactics for fostering Latino advancement.”
Moya breaks down the current state of the Latino community for readers through his exhaustive research. His framework for economic success requires consideration of America’s ongoing demographic change.
“The intersection of Latino and American advancement is an issue that affects all of us,” said Moya. “America’s future relies on good policy surrounding the Latino community.”
For more information, please visit http://www.greatpotentiallatinos.com/.
About the Author
Steve Moya is a Los Angeles native whose experience and background includes the corporate, entrepreneurial, public, and consulting fields. As a Latino, Moya has supported the community through involvement with Latino organizations in areas as diverse as political empowerment, literacy, policy research, the arts and many educational initiatives.