Leith Anderson, President of the NAE issued a statement identifying the NHCLC as the official sister organization of the NAE. The Hispanic NAE or the NHCLC as the organization is typically known is working to diversify the leadership and representative ethos of the NAE to include more people of color and truly reflect a Kingdom Culture The National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference (NHCLC) is the National Hispanic Association of Evangelicals. The NHCLC is committed to serve approximately 15 Million Evangelical/Born Again Christians in issues that pertain to the family, immigration, economic mobility, education, political empowerment, and societal transformation. As the Sister organization of the National Association of Evangelicals, the largest Evangelical organization in America, the NHCLC serves and facilitates a representative voice for the Latino NAE churches and denominations in addition to non affiliated networks, congregations and members. Statement: The National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference, a sister organization of the National Association of Evangelicals, serves and represents Hispanic churches and connects them to other evangelical churches in America and beyond. NHCLC leads Hispanic congregations and denominations through fellowship, networking, partnerships, public advocacy and more.