Lautaro “Lot” Diaz

Vice President, Housing and Financial Empowerment


Community development; real estate financing and development; consumer financial services and mortgage lending and servicing; public/private partnerships for homeownership programs; housing counseling program management and training; structure and operations of community development corporations; technical assistance provision for local housing nonprofits


Master’s degree, urban planning, University of California at Los Angeles; bachelor’s degree, international relations, California State University at Northridge

Current Position

Community development programs, development and implementation; technical assistance coordination to UnidosUS (formerly National Council of La Raza) Affiliates in the areas of developing and financing real estate projects and developing homeownership programs; and developing single family real estate development and alternative financial services programs nationally.

Previous Position(s)

Director of Community Development, Mile High United Way in Denver, Colorado; Multifamily Sales Coordinator, Resolution Trust Corporation; Community Development Director, Chicanos Por La Causa, Tucson, Arizona