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6th Annual Women of ALPFA Power Breakfast:
Advancing Latina Leaders Through the Power of Influence
Thursday, October 24th
Villa Christina, 4000 Summit Blvd Atlanta, GA 3031
7:30AM to 10:00AM
Almost everyone identifies influence as a primary characteristic of a leader. Join our speakers at ALPFA’s 6th annual WOA power breakfast on Thursday, October 24th, as we discuss the importance of effective leadership through influence - and how to incorporate influencing techniques in your professional and personal interactions.
Our speakers will share their own experiences with you in the hope of inspiring Latinas and women to become stronger and better leaders. The program will be relevant to women at any level in their careers: students, mid-level professionals and senior executives. So don’t miss the opportunity to be inspired and learn from our esteemed speakers. Register today!
This Year's Women of ALPFA Moderator
Chief Diversity Officer and Director of the Office of Minority and Women Inclusion (OMWI) of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
Our Fall 2013 Women of ALPFA Panelists
Senior Vice President & Chief Tax Officer
Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.
Nuclear Financial Manager
Georgia Power Company
Director MassMutual Financial Group
Attendance is free for current ALPFA Members, $55 for non-members. Event includes breakfast and free parking
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When & Where
ALPFA (Association of Latino Professionals For America) is the longest standing Latino organization with 72,000+ members assembled in 43 professional and more than 150 student chapters across America. Our vision is to be the premier business organization for expanding opportunities for Latino leadership in the global market.
Today, ALPFA is well-positioned to assist Fortune 500 and Latino owned and operated companies to recruit, retain and develop professional Latino/Hispanic talent in every sector of the U.S. and global economy. We offer consumer insight, diverse procurement
- Maintaining a presence with both student and professional chapters across the nation
- Leveraging over 72,000 members nationally
- Hosting over 400 total combined annual events across chapters nationally
For more information on ALPFA or the Atlanta Chapter, visit: www.alpfa.org or atlanta.alpfa.org