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Stellar Line-up of Speakers to be featured at HPNG's Latino Leadership Conference

NEW YORK, NY, - June 19, 2008. The Hispanic Professionals Networking Group's (HPNG) upcoming Latino Leadership Conference features a stellar lineup of speakers for the upcoming conference on July 1st. The conference is lead off by The Honorable Anna Escobedo Cabral, Treasurer of the United States.
HPNG's Latino Leadership Conference Speakers Line-up:

Opening Keynote Speaker: The Honorable Anna Escobedo Cabral, Treasurer of the United States

Lunch Keynote Speaker: Lt. General Ricardo S. Sanchez, United States Army (ret.)

Conference Chairman: Dr. Robert Rodriguez, Assistant Dean at the Graduate School of Management, Kaplan University

Other Speakers to be featured:

Robert Martinez, Manager of Diversity & Inclusion, Princeton University
Leslie Sanchez, CEO, Impacto Group & Author, Los Republicanos
Anthony Chan, Chief Economist, JPMorgan
Jenny Alonzo, Co-Founder, MioTV
Robert Abreu, Vice President, Global Leadership & Diversity, Goldman Sachs
Mary E. Medina, Executive Director, Greater New York Hospital Association
Hector Reyes, Vice President of Human Resources, Time Warner Cable
Lucia Ballas-Traynor, Sr. Vice President & General Manager, MTVTr3s

What: HPNG Latino Leadership Conference
Where: Yale Club of New York, 50 Vanderbilt Ave, New York, NY
When: Tuesday, July 1, 2008
How: Purchase Tickets $325; Register at Event Website
Link: Conference
website

About HPNG
The Hispanic Professionals Networking Group presents a first of its kind Leadership Conference for Hispanic Professionals, this upcoming July 1st. This one day conference will showcase the leadership styles, methods and practices of Latino leaders. Presentations will cover practical how-to advice along with innovative approaches to leadership development. The insight shared by speakers and their story will inform and inspire this new generation of leaders and demonstrate how leadership extends beyond the corporate world and their decisions will have an impact on the Latino community as a whole.




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