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At the heart of our work lies a restless passion to communicate with Latinos and women in the 21st century — and it’s that same energy that drives our success.
Our team’s government experience spans decades and we understand the intricacies of government contracting. Certified by the SBA as an 8(a) firm, we maintain rigorous standards for our work product and deliverables.
Lorena Chambers is the only Latina, and one of only two women, to have produced broadcast commercials for a U.S. presidential campaign. At Chambers Lopez Strategies LLC she develops integrated social marketing and political strategies to assist her clients in communicating effectively with consumers and voters in both general and ethnic markets.
As mentioned in the NYTimes, Washington Post, and BuzzFeed, CLS’s advertising spots on behalf of Terry McAuliffe were key in electing him the next governor of Virginia in November 2013. In the 2012 election cycle, the CLS team’s advertising in battleground states for Priorities USA, SEIU, and People For the American Way helped deliver 71% of Latino voters and re-elect President Barack Obama.
In 2008, Chambers led the only advertising campaign targeting Hispanic voters to help elect President Obama, while also creating the Hispanic media for Mark Warner’s successful U.S. Senate campaign in Virginia. As one of the media consultants for the 2004 Kerry-Edwards presidential campaign and the Democratic National Committee (DNC), Chambers oversaw and implemented a multi-million dollar national media strategy and program.
A graduate of UCLA and the University of Michigan, Chambers focused her graduate studies on the intersection of Latino history and feminist theory, and taught in the Department of History and in the Women’s Studies Department at the University of Michigan. She has consulted on messaging campaigns in Austria, the Dominican Republic, and Venezuela in addition to those in the United States, and has presented at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University and has appeared on CNN en Español, Univision, Telemundo, and Destination Casa Blanca with Ray Suarez. She is an AIPAC member and sits on the Board and Executive Committee of the American Association of Political Consultants.
Ambassador Luis C.deBaca has achieved legislative and policy success in a time of political gridlock. He is a proven diplomat and manager who has negotiated law enforcement, labor, and human rights advances and managed multi-million dollar grant portfolios combating modern slavery and sexual abuse. One of the country’s most decorated Federal Prosecutors, he built his litigation record into policy, transforming US anti-trafficking efforts and including voices of victims, workers, and advocacy community in decision-making. He is working to ensure exploitation-free supply chains and financial flows, and to establish information-sharing that makes communities, college campuses, and industry safer. Ambassador C.deBaca retired from federal service in 2017. He is a 2017-2018 Soros Fellow, focusing on international human rights issues. He serves as Senior Advisor for Justice Initiatives for the Grace Farms Foundation, and is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.