The Latino Victory Project is a left-of-center nonprofit advocacy group. It is one of three affiliated Latino Victory organizations co-founded by actress Eva Longoria and political activist Henry R. Munoz III that advocates for progressive policies and priorities in the Latino community. The Latino Victory Project works in tandem with the Latino Victory Foundation, a 501(c)(3) affiliate, and the Latino Victory Fund, an affiliated PAC.
The Project is directed by its four board members, a national committee, and its interim president.
Board chair Luis A. Miranda Jr. is the founder of the MirRam Group, a left-of-center political consulting firm that has worked for the Senate campaigns of Chuck Schumer (D-CA), Hillary Clinton (D-NY), and Kirsten Gillibrand. 
The Latino Victory Project is also led by interim president Melissa Mark-Viverito who assumed the position after former president Cristobal Alex stepped down in March 2019 to work in an unknown capacity on Joe Biden’s 2019 presidential campaign.   Mark-Viverito has previously served two terms on the New York City Council.