Congratulations Kevin-James Gonzalez and welcome to the NAHREP 10 Certified Trainer Program. On behalf of the Hispanic Wealth Project, I want to thank you for your exceptional dedication and commitment to the NAHREP 10 principles and to the Hispanic Wealth Project as a whole.Gerardo “Jerry” Ascencio | Chairman, Hispanic Wealth Project
As a Real Estate professional, Kevin-James Gonzalez tends to be an influencer within his community. He is successful, highly networked and overall considered a resource for his friends, family and clients. Being equipped in NAHREP’s network as a Certified Trainer, Kevin-James Gonzalez can now serve as a community leader that will have both the platform and the tools to drive NAHREP 10 forward.
Established in 2014, the Hispanic Wealth Project was born out of a desire to address the widening wealth gap experienced by Latinos in the wake of the housing crisis, when Hispanics lost two-thirds of their household wealth. The HWP identified that not only did the economic downturn leave Hispanics particularly vulnerable, but Latinos have historically lagged behind the general population in adopting wealth building activities, such as savings and investments. This was the impetus for the development of the NAHREP 10 principles: a road map toward economic prosperity and a fulfillment of our utmost potential as individuals and as a Latino community.
Being Part of the Solution
As a NAHREP 10 Certified Trainer, Kevin-James Gonzalez has taken on a critical role in closing the wealth gap experienced by our community by volunteering his time, sharing his passion and assisting others in the pursuit of economic prosperity and a fulfillment of our utmost potential. He is a leader, not only by example but by practice. The economic recession left Latinos particularly vulnerable, and while there has been progress made over the last decade, there is a still a lot of work to be done.
With the platform and tools provided by the NAHREP 10 Certified Trainer program, each and every trainer will make an outstanding contribution to the Hispanic Wealth Project’s goal of tripling median Hispanic household wealth and empowering our community at large.