Alexandra Oliver-Dávila, Executive Director, has been serving at Sociedad Latina since 1999. During her 20+ year tenure, she has transformed Sociedad Latina into a cutting-edge, data-driven, creative youth development organization. Under her leadership, Sociedad Latina has increased and diversified its budget, expanded board membership, grown the number of youth and families it works with, and enhanced programming. Alex has previously served as the Chair of the Boston Public School Committee, a trustee of Emmanuel College, a board member of the Coalition of Schools of Educating Boys of Color (COSEBOC), and a committee member of the Greater Boston Latino Network (GBLN). In recognition for her hard work and dedication to the Latino community in Boston, Alex has received a number of honors and recognition over the years. In 2018 and 2021, she was selected by The Partnership to participate in the Next Generation Executive Leadership Program and was named one of Boston’s “100 Most Influential People of Color” by Get Konnected. She has been honored several times on El Planeta’s Powermeter “100 Most Powerful People for Massachusetts’ Latinos”. Alex holds a Bachelor’s Degree from Emmanuel College, and a Master’s Degree in Public Policy from Tufts University.