Who We Are
The Federal Interagency Working Group on Hispanic Prosperity (FIWG) consists of senior officials from various federal agencies and offices working together to strengthen the link between the federal government and the Hispanic community. The FWIG consist of a senior official from the White House Domestic Policy Council, the Office of American Innovation, the Office of Public Liaison, and each agency that develops or implements policies relating to Hispanic American prosperity. Each participating agency appoints a representative to serve on the FWIG.
What We Do
The FIWG collaborates regarding resources and opportunities available across the Federal Government to increase educational and economic opportunities for Hispanic Americans. The Working Group shall also serve as a channel for communication between the Initiative and other agencies.
- To align federal activities with the educational and economic opportunities priorities of the administration, from pre-K to postsecondary education and beyond
- To ensure federal investments, programs, and opportunities focused on education and economic opportunities are effectively shared to the Hispanic community
- To share effective practices, programs, and models that are improving the educational and economic opportunities outcomes for Hispanics
The FIWG consist of the following federal agencies: