CAA’s Bruno del Granado Named To Board Of The Aspen Institute Latinos & Society Program


The newest members named to the Advisory Board of the Aspen Institute Latinos and Society Program (Aspen Latinos) include CAA’s Bruno del Granado, who serves as the Head of the agency’s global Latin Music touring group and represents artists including Ricky Martin, Gloria Estefan, Luis Fonsi and Becky G.

Hector Mujica, Head of Economic Opportunity for the Americas at and Juan Otero, Senior Vice President of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion at Comcast Corporation, are the other new Advisory Board members.

The Latinos and Society Program was founded in 2015 by the global nonprofit organization the Aspen Institute  “to identify and promote solutions that foster greater opportunity for American Latinos, and enable a more prosperous, inclusive America,” according to a May 31 announcement. Aspen Latinos aims to support “Latino growth and resiliency for the benefit of all Americans.”  

“It is truly an honor to be part of the Board of the Aspen Institute Latinos & Society Program. It’s an exciting time for our people – Latin culture is loved and admired globally, and I look forward to contributing to help grow the Latinos & Society Program alongside professionals I have admired for many years,” Bruno del Granado said in a statement.

His clients also include RESIDENTE (René), Danna Paola, and Isabela Merced, among many others. Del Granado is based in the Miami office and worked across CAA to create opportunities in the multicultural marketplace. 

“One of our greatest strengths at Aspen Latinos is our Advisory Board, which brings profound industry knowledge, robust connections and a shared passion for economic development,” said Gaddi Vasquez, Chair of Aspen Latinos. “Our newest members truly embody these traits and have established themselves as trailblazers at the intersection of technology, and DEI. We greatly look forward to a successful collaboration in the years ahead.”