Hispanic and Latino Network

Fostering meaningful relationships

Founded in 2006, the Hispanic and Latino Network (HLN) includes colleagues in our US and Canada offices who identify as Hispanic, Latino, or allies. Our mission is to create connections and foster relationships for colleagues across tenures, roles, and geographies.


active HLN members


HLN allies

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What we do

We support Hispanic and Latino colleagues as they join the firm, serve clients, grow, and create lasting and meaningful mentoring relationships and friendships.

To achieve this, we provide:

Recruiting: dedicated programing at the undergraduate (FYLA and SSBA programs), graduate (Inspire for MBA students and Diversity Connect for advanced professional degrees) and experienced hire level

Connectivity: virtual and in-office social gatherings, as well as large-scale events like our regional conference

Professional development: dedicated professional development support, mentorship, and sponsorship

Research and partnerships: large-scale research on topics like career development, diversity, and economic mobility, as well as partnerships with external groups to advance economic opportunity and equity

Our mission is to create connections, foster relationships across our firm, and partner with our clients and others in the community to drive more inclusive economic growth.

Lucy Pérez, Senior Partner, Boston Sponsor, Hispanic and Latino Network

Our Stories

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Meet Marianela, a senior implementation coach in Chicago.

– While no two days are the same –and that’s a good thing – Marianela has found consistent support and learning as a part of McKinsey Implementation in Chicago.
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Behind Roberto Uchoa’s work to fight hunger and strengthen food banks

– Meet a senior partner who helps food banks better serve their communities through analytics, reskilling, and more.
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Getting energy from the energy sector

– We sat down with Francisco, an associate in Stamford, to learn why such a diverse professional, who has a background in multilaterals, consulting and academia, finds his work at McKinsey in energy transition especially meaningful.
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A recruiting internship turns into a passion-fulfilling career

– After two months as a recruiting intern, Marta was offered a full-time position as a recruiter, a role enabling her to pursue her passion for contributing to diversity efforts.
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Meet Alex, an associate partner from the Minneapolis office

– Alex found friendship and mentorship in McKinsey’s Hispanic and Latino Network
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At our first Hispanic and Latino Economic Forum, leaders unite to focus on jobs

– More than 50 leaders from ten countries and multiple industries gathered in Washington, DC, to explore research and connect over shared experiences.

Featured Insight


What will it take to boost Latino economic power?

– McKinsey research reveals interventions that can help boost Latino participation in the US economy and strengthen the nation’s economic performance overall.

Our Hispanic and Latino recruiting efforts are ensuring that the Firm will continue to support clients, improve communities, and promote change by bringing the best talent, offering diverse perspectives, and building an inclusive pipeline of future leaders.

Rodolfo Maciel, Associate Partner, Chicago HLN MBA Recruiting lead, Hispanic and Latino Network
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Opportunities to meet us

McKinsey is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive environment. We offer talented individuals leadership opportunities at our firm.