Ibarra Strategy Group

Ibarra Strategy Group Ibarra Strategy Group is a leading government relations and public affairs firm. Celebrating 17 Years of Service.

Ibarra Strategy Group is a leading government and public affairs firm that specializes in advocacy services, intergovernmental affairs and Latino outreach. Our clients include Fortune 200 companies, prestigious national associations and non-profit organizations. The firm’s President and Founder, Mickey Ibarra, served as Assistant to the President and Director of Intergovernmental Affairs at the White House for President Clinton from 1997-2001. We have strong relationships with national leaders, state and local officials, Latino community leaders, and Members of Congress. The ISG team of seasoned experts, in collaboration with our strategic partners, provides clients with superior service for success.

Join UnidosUS tomorrow at 7:00 pm ET for a virtual town hall with President & CEO Janet Murguía, Mayor Eric Garcetti Tuc...
05/11/2020

Join UnidosUS tomorrow at 7:00 pm ET for a virtual town hall with President & CEO Janet Murguía, Mayor Eric Garcetti Tucson Mayor Regina Romero, and moderator Univision anchor Leon Krauze to discuss how they're helping their cities and our community in the face of COVID-19.

Register here: bit.ly/UnidosUSLatinoMayors

There are 280,000 undocumented essential healthcare workers on the frontlines fighting COVID-19 without benefits or acce...
04/28/2020

There are 280,000 undocumented essential healthcare workers on the frontlines fighting COVID-19 without benefits or access to free healthcare. Instead of leaving them behind, the Trump Admin needs to extend DACA work authorizations & deportation protections. #homeishere

Latinos must be counted during #2020Census. It's critical to ensure more federal resources to our communities.Fill it ou...
03/24/2020
2020 Census | United States Census Bureau

Latinos must be counted during #2020Census. It's critical to ensure more federal resources to our communities.

Fill it out:
☑️ By mail
☑️ Over the phone in English: 1-844-330-2020
☑️ On the phone in Spanish 1-844-468-2020
☑️ Online 👇🏾

Learn about the 2020 Census - how to respond, and why it matters. Shape your future. START HERE.

32 million Latinos are projected to be eligible to vote in November. 🗳️Meet the leaders trying to get them to the polls.
02/14/2020
Meet the Latinos Trying to Get Latinos to the Polls

32 million Latinos are projected to be eligible to vote in November. 🗳️

Meet the leaders trying to get them to the polls.

A projected 32 million Latinos will be able to head to the polls in November. The Democratic presidential campaigns are hoping to engage them.

While Latinos took center stage at Super Bowl, Hall of Fame snubs coach Tom Flores.Read Mickey Ibarra's op-ed published ...
02/03/2020
While Latinos took center stage at Super Bowl, Hall of Fame snubs coach Tom Flores | Opinion

While Latinos took center stage at Super Bowl, Hall of Fame snubs coach Tom Flores.

Read Mickey Ibarra's op-ed published today by Miami Herald.

While Jennifer Lopez and Shakira took center stage at the Super Bowl on Sunday, one of the all-time NFL greats, Coach Tom Flores — winner of four Super Bowl rings — was once again denied his rightful place in the Hall of Fame.

PBS, ISG client, is increasing the visibility of our Latino realities. Follow the lives of Latinos in their distinct pat...
01/29/2020
12 Latino & Latin American Docs We Can't Wait to See on PBS

PBS, ISG client, is increasing the visibility of our Latino realities. Follow the lives of Latinos in their distinct paths, everything from Latino veterans facing deportation to Latinos fighting for abortion rights at the border.

The world of public broadcasting has given us a steady stream of excellent Latino content. Just two weeks ago, PBS announced its collaboration with Latino Public Broadcasting that saw two new short films debut on the PBS streaming app, and last year, the network debuted the Raul Julia documentary, T...

May we spend this day reflecting, servicing, and celebrating how far we have come. There is still a lot more work to do,...
01/20/2020

May we spend this day reflecting, servicing, and celebrating how far we have come. There is still a lot more work to do, and the people will honor his legacy by continuing the fight 💙. Happy #MLKDay !

We are thrilled to welcome Sarah Orozco to the team! Sarah is the 23rd Hinckley Institute of Politics intern hosted at I...
01/06/2020

We are thrilled to welcome Sarah Orozco to the team! Sarah is the 23rd Hinckley Institute of Politics intern hosted at ISG. She is a first-gen college student from Salt Lake City, Utah. She attends the University of Utah where she is double majoring in Ethnic Studies & Gender Studies.

The Pushouts premieres at 10PM ET this Friday Dec 20 2019 on PBS, http://pbs.org, and the PBS Video App. The Pushouts is...
12/19/2019

The Pushouts premieres at 10PM ET this Friday Dec 20 2019 on PBS, http://pbs.org, and the PBS Video App.

The Pushouts is a documentary part of the VOICES series and highlights Victor Rios' fight against the School to Prison pipeline.

DACA recipients could soon practice law in Utah. Cc: former ISG intern, Ciriac Alvarez
12/10/2019
Undocumented ‘Dreamers’ could soon practice law in Utah

DACA recipients could soon practice law in Utah.

Cc: former ISG intern, Ciriac Alvarez

The Utah Supreme Court is moving toward making it possible for undocumented immigrants who have qualified for DREAM Act protection to apply for admission to the state bar, proposing a new rule Monday that would explicitly put the policy in place.

LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes opened its first-ever show dedicated to the work of a solo Latina Artists titled “Brown Belo...
11/26/2019
Visualizing Latino Populations Through Art

LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes opened its first-ever show dedicated to the work of a solo Latina Artists titled “Brown Belongings.” The featured artist, Linda Vallejo, hopes her pieces will help develop and continue the discussion on what it means to be Latino in the United States.

Tuesday: An exhibition at LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes explores questions of identity. Also: An update on the Cave fire, and a weed church.

Mickey Ibarra, a private at Fort Ord, California in 1970 salutes those who served this Veteran’s Day!
11/11/2019

Mickey Ibarra, a private at Fort Ord, California in 1970 salutes those who served this Veteran’s Day!

The University of Utah's J. Willard Marriott Library is home to the Mickey Ibarra Collection. We're glad that our founde...
11/06/2019

The University of Utah's J. Willard Marriott Library is home to the Mickey Ibarra Collection. We're glad that our founder was represented by past Ibarra Strategy Group interns Ciriac Alvarez and Valeria Jimenez at the Ski Archives annual fundraiser this week in Salt Lake City.

“PBS has an authentic local footprint in every part of this country and we intend to use it to knit the fabric of our co...
10/16/2019

“PBS has an authentic local footprint in every part of this country and we intend to use it to knit the fabric of our communities back together in every way possible and to be at service.” - Paula Kerger, President & CEO of PBS

Mickey Ibarra is proud to endorse Julián Castro for President of the United States.#Castro2020
10/14/2019

Mickey Ibarra is proud to endorse Julián Castro for President of the United States.

#Castro2020

08/21/2019

The Ibarra Strategy Group mourns the sudden loss of Albert Jacquez, a terrific advocate for the Latino community throughout his accomplished career in Washington, most recently at Unidos US, an ISG client. He will be missed but not forgotten.

"For years we have dreaded this day. What we saw Saturday in El Paso is directly connected to the continuing, hate-drive...
08/07/2019
Opinion | The El Paso Shooting Is the Violence Latinos Have Been Dreading

"For years we have dreaded this day. What we saw Saturday in El Paso is directly connected to the continuing, hate-driven rhetoric and policies coming out of the White House," writes Janet Murguía, president and CEO of ISG’s client UnidosUS.

This is what happens when our nation’s leader normalizes hate.

Check out Gabriela Villalobos' inspiring story and internship experience at the Ibarra Strategy Group in D.C. published ...
07/31/2019
Humans of the U: Gabriela Villalobos | @theU

Check out Gabriela Villalobos' inspiring story and internship experience at the Ibarra Strategy Group in D.C. published by The University of Utah's Humans of the U. 👏👏👏

“I will be the first one in my family to go to college but I’m proud to say that I will not be the last. My parents taught me the value of education from a very young age. When they were in their 20s, they worked long, hard days doing construction and housekeeping. Now I’m in my 20s and not only getting to study at the University of Utah but getting to take advantage of incredible opportunities such as internships with the Hinckley Institute of Politics.

I did my first internship with the Ibarra Strategy Group in Washington, D.C. They are also part of the Latino Leaders Network, and as a person of color who grew up in a large immigrant community with low socioeconomic status, the work was very personal and meaningful. I was able to honor and advocate for people who look and sound just like me. It was an amazing, humbling experience.

I plan to do two more internships with Hinckley before I graduate. After that, I want to go to law school and eventually practice immigration and international law and publish a book.

Having this privilege of going to school as a first-generation student is thanks to so many people who advocated for me to be here, so I’m motivated to ensure others with similar backgrounds have the same opportunities because our success is America’s success.”

—Gabriela Villalobos, a junior at the U, studying sociology and international studies

Humans of the U: Gabriela Villalobos Morgan Aguilarcommunications specialist, University of Utah Communications July 23, 2019 “I will be the first one in my family to go to college but I’m proud to say that I will not be the last. My parents taught me the value of education from a very young age...

Mariano Rivera and Edgar Martinez were inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame. This is the first time that two...
07/23/2019
Fans celebrate Rivera, Martinez inductions - La Vida Baseball

Mariano Rivera and Edgar Martinez were inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame. This is the first time that two Latinos have been inducted together!

COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. – With a large Puerto Rican flag flying a few feet away, Luis and Maritza Balmaceda waved their miniature Panamanian flags while a gentleman nearby wore a large Panamanian flag as a cape. Panamanian and Puerto Rican flags dotted the crowd at the Clark Sports Center on Sunday, giv...

ISG client PBS displays diversity with their new show, Molly of Denali – the first nationally distributed children’s ser...
07/17/2019
With ‘Molly of Denali,’ PBS Raises Its Bar for Inclusion

ISG client PBS displays diversity with their new show, Molly of Denali – the first nationally distributed children’s series with a Native American lead which involved 60 people of Native backgrounds in its creation 🥳🙌

Dozens of Alaska Native writers and advisers were recruited to help create the children’s series, one of the first to have a Native American lead.

Just 9% of Facebook employees are black or Latino, and less than 37% are female. Facebook will double its hiring of wome...
07/10/2019
Facebook says it wants to double hiring of black and Latino employees and women within 5 years - Silicon Valley Business Journal

Just 9% of Facebook employees are black or Latino, and less than 37% are female. Facebook will double its hiring of women, black and Latino employees within five years as an effort to reflect and better serve the people on their platforms.

Only 9 percent of Facebook employees are black or Latino, and less than 37 percent of its workforce is female, but the company announced plans this week to double its hiring of women and black and Latino employees over the next five years.

The Congressional Hispanic Caucus took members to visit two border patrol facilities in El Paso. They described the expe...
07/03/2019
'The system is still broken:' Lawmakers tour El Paso-area Border Patrol facilities

The Congressional Hispanic Caucus took members to visit two border patrol facilities in El Paso. They described the experience as horrifying and haunting and detailed the terrible and dehumanizing conditions. #AbolishICE

Hispanic caucus, U.S. representatives investigate immigrant detention conditions, including a Clint Border Patrol station where children are held

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07/03/2019
Latino Leaders Network

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We are proud to stand by LLN sponsor Bank of America's decision to “exit relationships” with companies that provide detention services at immigrant detention centers and private prisons.

Children should not be sentenced to life in prison for mistakes that were made while so young. Thank you Campaign for th...
06/27/2019

Children should not be sentenced to life in prison for mistakes that were made while so young. Thank you Campaign for the Fair Sentencing of Youth and Verizon for working towards ending the life sentencing of children.

Four migrant toddlers who were held in a border facility in Texas were hospitalized last week and their conditions remai...
06/24/2019
Four migrant toddlers hospitalized after time at US border facility: lawyers

Four migrant toddlers who were held in a border facility in Texas were hospitalized last week and their conditions remain unknown #TrumpCamps #AbolishICE

Immigration attorneys said four toddlers, all under the age of 3, were hospitalized last week after spending time at a U.S. Border Patrol facility in McAllen, Texas.

Kaytia values the resilience and strength encompassed in the immigration stories of her Eastern European and the Caribbe...
06/20/2019
Meet Kaytia King, Deputy Director of the I Stand with Immigrants Initiative and Partnerships at FWD.us

Kaytia values the resilience and strength encompassed in the immigration stories of her Eastern European and the Caribbean ancestors. She is a community organizer and Deputy Director at FWD.us. Read more about how her family history shaped her perspective and passion for cultural diversity and immigration reform in the U.S. #ImmigrantHeritageMonth #CelebrateImmigrants

Kaytia King is a long-time community organizer and a Deputy Director here at FWD.us. Read about how her upbringing shaped her understanding and passion for cultural diversity and better immigration reform.

ICE chief admits US doesn't have resources to deport "11 million people in a short period" despite Trump threats  #Aboli...
06/19/2019
ICE chief affirms Trump effort to remove undocumented immigrants

ICE chief admits US doesn't have resources to deport "11 million people in a short period" despite Trump threats #AbolishICE

Acting Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Director Mark Morgan said in an interview with The Hill Tuesday that his agency is committed to removing as many undocumented immigrants as it can with its available resources.

The New York State Senate passed the Green Light Bill to allow undocumented immigrants to obtain drivers licenses! This ...
06/18/2019
Driver’s Licenses for the Undocumented Are Approved in Win for Progressives

The New York State Senate passed the Green Light Bill to allow undocumented immigrants to obtain drivers licenses! This bill will grow the economy, make the roads safer, and take some fear away from undocumented communities! #GreenLightNY #HereToStay

The vote in the New York Legislature came after the issue had splintered Democrats, with suburban moderates objecting.

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Ibarra Strategy Group is a leading government and public affairs firm that specializes in advocacy services, intergovernmental affairs and Latino outreach.

ISG's President and Founder, Mickey Ibarra, served as Assistant to the President and Director of Intergovernmental Affairs at the White House for President Clinton from 1997-2001. We have strong relationships with national leaders, state and local officials, Latino community leaders, and Members of Congress.

Our clients include Fortune 200 companies, prestigious national associations and non-profit organizations. The ISG team of seasoned experts, in collaboration with our strategic partners, provides clients with superior service for success.

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