Leticia Latino

Neptuno USA, Corp.
Hollywood, FL

With over 20 years of experience in the telecom industry, Leticia Latino went from working for Merrill Lynch and Telecom Giant Nortel Networks to accepting the challenge of extending the legacy of establishing her family business in the U.S. back in 2002. Neptuno Group was originally founded by her father in 1972 in South America where they helped deploy some of the first Cellular Networks in the region and where they have built over 10,000 towers.

Leticia is a recipient of the Women in IoT award by Connected Magazine, Revolutionary CEO’s by Aspioneer and one of the 30 most influential Leaders in Tech by Insight Success. She currently serves as a full member of the Federal Communications Commission’s Broadband Development Advisory Committee (BDAC) and as the Chair of the Job Skills and Training Working Group. In addition, Leticia is a published author, public speaker, mentor to young women and a big advocate of nurturing “Human Connections” through her Back2Basics Podcast. 

Speaking Topics

  • 5G/IoT/Emerging Technologies
  • Collaborating with Educational Institutions
  • Communications Tower Construction
  • General Industry
  • Mentorship
  • Small Cells
  • Stealth/Concealment
  • Workforce Development
  • Women in the Workforce