This grant provides funds to bolster the efforts of an established consortium of Hispanic Serving Institutions (HSIs), the Computing Alliance of Hispanic-Serving Institutions (CAHSI). CAHSI is dedicated to advancing Latina/o/x representation in computer science, a discipline lacking in diversity (by gender and race/ethnicity), especially at the graduate level. CAHSI pulls together more than 60 two- and four-year Hispanic Serving Institutions to learn from one another and to work with industry, non-profit, and other partners to raise computing degree attainment by Latina/o/x students. With much success behind them, CAHSI leadership is expanding its focus from undergraduate to graduate education pathways.Funds from this grant will support a series of activities designed to develop multilevel shared responsibility across the network, build multidimensional structures and cultivate a talent development mindset at CAHSI member institutions. Moreover, the project is poised to capitalize on a growing number of R1 (i.e., very high research productivity) HSIs, including through CAHSIâ€™s involvement in the Alliance of Hispanic Serving Research Universities (HSRU), whose goals are to double the number of Hispanic doctoral students and increase by 20% the number of Hispanic faculty in their universities by 2030.