NLBWA 2012 1st Quarterly Outlook
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National Latina Business Women Association - Ntl

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  • 1. NLBWA 2012 1st Quarterly Outlook National Latina Business Women Association NLBWA’s mission is to promote, develop and support the rapid growth of Latina business owners and professionals. The national organization supports the development of chapters throughout the U.S., these chapters deliver programs and services enabling greater success for this critical, (read more) NLBWA Headquarters 1100 S. Flower St., Suite 300 Los Angeles, CA 90015 1.888-My-NLBWA CONNECT : • Website • LinkedIn • Facebook • Twitter View in Browser Share Subscribe In This Edition: National Board 2012 -2014 • National News - Partnerships • Chapter News - Partnerships - Testimonials National Presidents’ Message I am happy to report that NLBWAs’ 1st quarter is on target to meet our goals to expand our partnerships, alliances, and assets designed to strengthen the NLBWA membership benefits and value of our existing chapters’ business education programs. This will give our members more options to customize a sustainable plan for their continued professional growth and networking opportunities. NLBWAs’ mission to empower our Latina business community and the programs remains at the forefront of all of our initiatives. Our partnerships and alliances are designed to meet the needs of the growing Latina community, our families and that of corporate America. We plan on taking a holistic approach as we serve our communities to embrace our multidimensional facets of who we are as women. We are living in a new era of responsibility and in a time where we need to refocus on where our priorities lay as we move into this new millennium. Challenging times are upon us to keep our lives in balance in a time of economic uncertainty. When we invest in ourselves by making a commitment to become active participants of NLBWA chapter education programs, training, networking or volunteering to give to others is a gift and an investment in your future. Trust, integrity and NLBWAs’ desire to serve others makes me proud to be on this journey with all of you and for that, I thank you for joining us. NLBWA and its’ Foundation will create the infrastructure to provide a technologically driven viral national branding approach to deliver integrated and creative solutions to insure member success of empowering our Latinas and their families. Family, education, and brand relationships that empower and build our communities will be at the core of all initiatives. Learning to embrace and identify the synchronicity that are present in our everyday lives so that we are in alignment is why forming alliances with complimentary partnerships is key to building hope, energy, optimism and strength as we continue to deliver valuable resources to the lives that NLBWA touches. This year NLBWA expects to: • Investment in a diverse education knowledge base to enhance opportunities to build future leaders. • Social and economic empowerment through education, and professional development. • Alignments with key partnerships to maximize options. • Engagement based on intrinsic and cultural values in line with our philosophy and mission for our communities. • Bridge the gap between fragmented information and access to solutions to create a sustainable path for improvements in all facets of our lives. Take the time to think about what’s important to you and let’s work together. When someone extends their hand in support extend yours and bring someone else along with you. It’s through this belief and our actions that we take on a daily basis that will catapult NLBWAs’ ability to help and impact more lives in the years to come. Life is not that complicated, just “Do the Right Thing” a very simple philosophy. NLBWA can make a difference and NLBWA can leave things better than how we found them, this matters now more than ever. Keep the Faith, National Board of Directors 2012- 2014 Suzanna Sánchez National President Owner, Savvy Solutions Marianela Silva Irene Covarrubias Cecilia Mota Julia Sylva NationalVice President National Treasurer Immediate Past President Legal Council Financial Advisor MBA Taxation Manny Mota Foundation Law Office of Julia Sylva Merrill Lynch Owner, My CPA Irene Amalia Sanchez Board Member J. Paul Getty Museum Yolanda Mason Board Member CEO Coach Estrada Strategies Yolanda Padilla Board Member Sempra Laura Rojas Administrator / Notary Notary Seals on Wheels
  • 2. National News and Partnerships National Latina Business Women Association Women are half of the work force in the United States and over index well above men in strarting businessess. We advocate for resources and report on domestic policy on topics, such as business, education, health ane we also strongly support equal pay for equal work. There is a shift in our economy that requires skill sets that go beyond the theoretical. Our resourcefulness, creativity and passion brings an intangible asset that will continue to be an attribute that we bring to the table as women and as a new generation of leaders. The NLBWA National Board is working diligently at seeking opportunities for our chapter and their members to conitnue to grow and to embrace more opportunities, e.g. White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for Hispanics - Action Summit. NLBWA strives to provide the tools and support necessary to make an impact in the lives of the women that have chosen to take control of their lives to move forward and embrace this new era. NLBWA is pleased to announce the following partnerships for the women of NLBWA: • USC , Marshall School of Business • Pepperdine Gradiozo School of Business • Cal State Fullerton • IRS • Latina Style Magazine • ADP • Boys & Girls Club, Boyel Heights • Women Impacting Public Policy • Enterprising Women • CAHCC • USHCC • National Women’s Political Caucus- LA Metro • Sempra • WPO White House Inititative on Education Excellence for Hispanics. Stakeholder, Amalia Sanchez expressing her support for equal access to resources and the importance of higher education for all of our communities. The 10th Annual Enterprising Women Hall of Fame Awards Advocay Award - Sara Manzano-Diaz White House, Director of the U.S. Department of Labor Women’s Bureau Monica Smiley, Publisher of Enterprising Women, Suzanna Sanchez,NLBWA Pres., and Marylyn Johnson, Vice President, IBM. Suzanna Sanchez accepting on behalf of Ms.Sara Manzano-Diaz, Beth Harrison, Director Corporate Affairs Strategic Outreach & Engagement Walmart Corporate Recognition Award Jeanette Rankin Courage to Run Honoree Julia Sylva, accompanied by her husband and daugher. According to the US Conference of Majors, Julia was the 1st and youngest Latina Mayor in the US. Julia supports the empower- ment of women, particularly Latinas in the political arena. (Skirball Cutural Center) Powerhouse Latinas! Letty Velez, President/CEO Chicago Mini Bus Travel, Inc. NOKID HUNGRY “Share our Strength” Food Network with Pat Neely Marianela Silva, Nationl VP NLBWA (2nd rt) President Barack Obama USHCC - Washington DC Business Initiatives and Solutions
  • 3. ff Los Angeles Latina Business Women Association Los Angeles News and Partnerships Quarterly Highlights Completed Leadership Module III of IV – Board Development • Board of Directors / Recruitment • Active recruitment and training of BOD in 1st Qtr Events • 3rd Annual Business Management Academy Michele Ruiz, Etreprenueurial Expert and Public Speaker Facilitator & Social Media Marketing and Management: Media Image Public Relations On-Air Live Radio interviews: MEDIA OUTLET SPOKESPERSON W Radio 690AM Hispanos Ana Perez, NLBWA, Pres. Triunfadores con Gerardo Mirand W Radio 690AM Frente a Frente Ana Perez, NLBWA, Pres. con Jose Ronstadt General Market Presence KFWB News Talk 98 Money 101 With Bob McCormick and Michele Ruiz, Entrepreneurial Expert and Public Speaker Attendees of Latina Sytle Magazine 1st Lecture Series NWPC -LA Metro Sprint Mobile Winner Yamley Espinosa, presented by Desiree Portillo-Rabinov & Joanna Flores. Courtesey of Mr. Hector Galvan - Sprint. Ana Perez - NLBWA- LA Pres. Biviana, Videographer Cecilia Mota - NLBWA Past Pres. Partnerships • 1st Lecture Series at Mount St. Mary’s in partnership with NWPC Metro • Microsoft Office “Remote Working Technology” • HOPE Latina History Day • NAWBO-LAAwards Luncheon • Latina Style Business Series in Los Angeles Recognition and Appreciation of Service Activities • LA Business Journal Latino Business Awards – NLBWA-LA was a nominee in non-profit category 3rd Annual Business Management Academy Faciliatated by Michele Ruiz Entreprenueial Expert and Public Speaker Preparing - Photos/Head Shot Michele Ruiz & Becky Carrol Testimonial - Business Management Academy “I had the opportunity to be a part of the Los Angeles group headed by Ana Perez, NLBWA-LA President. I had never experienced such a poitive ambiance. The information, education, support, and advice provided by the board memebers and organizations has been amazing. The bonds with my fellow members has helped me grow and evolve as a woman; and a professional women, Thank You, Ruby Hernandez Financial Advisor Merril Lynch, Central, CA Up Coming NLBWA - Los Angeles Log on to: May 23rd The Elegence of Tequila Tasting” June 14th Connecting Women to Power Business Cafe June 28th Honoring Latinas in Business Awards 1100 S. Flower St., # 3300 Los Angeles, CA 90015 National Latina Business Women Association - Los Angeles, CA
  • 4. San Diego Latina Business Women Association San Diego News and Partnerships NLBWA San Diego Chapter contributes and reinvests in their local community by providing local events & educational programs. The programs are balanced to meet the needs of a diverse membership base aimed at empowering Latinas and their community. Norma Medina Catherine Arambula Sara Manzano-Diaz Linda Caballero Sotelo Director Membership Chair U.S. Department of NLBWA San Diego Pres. Labor, Dir. Women’s Bureau Board installation persided by Mayor Jerry Sanders Linda Caballero-Sotelo NLBWA San Diego President Anna Sauceda - ACS Group Fastest Growing Business of the Year Suzanna Sanchez - National NLBWA Pres. Roy Perez - Chairman CHCC Roy Perez - Chairman CAHCC mingling with members at chapter membership business mixer. San Diego membership welcoming team. P.O. Box 876 La Jolla, Ca 92038 National Latina Business Women Association - San Diego Next ChapterMembership Mixer:
  • 5. Orange County & Sacramento, CA, & Atlanta, GA NLBWA Orange County, Sacramento & Atlanta, GA News 21stCenturyMarketing: Thursday March 22 5:30 P.M. - 8:00 P.M. VIP RECEPTION Friday March 23 7:30 A.M. - 3:30 P.M. CONFERENCE Anaheim Marriott 700 West Convention Way Anaheim, CA HowtoGrowYourBusinessinToday’sWorld PRESENTING SPONSORS: SAVE THE DATE ABOUT THE CONFERENCE Designed especially for women business owners, this conference will address the unique challenges and issues related to marketing a business in today’s economy. Female entrepreneurs will hear from experts about how to survive and thrive in this economy. • Discover cutting-edge marketing techniques from renowned speakers; • Learn new trends in social media, global marketing, and government contracting; • Connect with top-notch, successful professionals and like-minded business owners; • Benefit from expertise on critical strategies for marketing a business; • Be inspired by local success stories; and • Profit from no-charge business counseling. For more information visit or call the Institute for Women Entrepreneurs at (714) 480-7455. HOSTED BY: Women Presidents’ Organization, Atlanta Annual Conference, “Change Deal with It” Inter Continental Buckhead, Atlanta, GA Gina Davis, Actress and Womens’ Rights Activist speaks to over 400 women owned and led companies from the U.S. If you were unable to attend, mark your calendars for next year: Dallas, TX , May 3, 2013 Laura Muratian Past President of Atlanta - NLBWA Advocating on behalf of Atlanta Members Christina Hernandez President Orange County- NLBWA March, 23, 2012 Anaheim, CA Partnerships: Kari Irwin-Director of Institute for Women Entrepreneurs Martha Ryan - SCORE Orange County Michelle Russillo - SCORE Orange County Sylvia Gutierrez - Small Business Administration For more information on all NLBWA Chapter activities please log on to or log on to individual chapter sites. NLBWA- Orange County Chapter “Find My Place in Life” Coming soon: The Business behind Nordstrom

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