Dallas, TX, March 21, 2019 --(PR.com
)-- Prospanica’s Dallas/Fort Worth Chapter announced the election of seven new officers to complete the board’s leadership cabinet. According to the DFW chapter President, Leonel DeLeon, the board’s strategic vision is to be the leading organization in the metroplex to provide a platform for Hispanic professionals to achieve their full educational, economic, and social potential.
Prospanica is a nationwide non-profit organization which has been advocating for Hispanic business professionals for over 30 years. Prospanica’s DFW Chapter regularly hosts activities, including networking functions, career advancement opportunities, professional development conferences, educational seminars, recruiting events with partner companies, and much more.
“It’s all about connecting, advancing, and thriving in our careers,” said Maria Gomez Albrecht, Vice President of Marketing for Prospanica DFW. “Besides the events, we also have several programs in full swing, such as the Prospanica Foundation Scholarship and the Empower Mentorship Program, which are designed to help students and professionals become change agents to advance the Hispanic community.”
“On behalf of the new board, we invite the public to join our professional networking mixer on March 28, 2019 at Fogo de Chão Brazilian Steakhouse in Plano (Legacy West) from 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM to learn more about Prospanica,” said DeLeon. Registration is open at http://bit.ly/2GDG7N3. “After that, the next function will be a recruiting event on April 25, sponsored by commercial real estate and investment firm, CBRE in downtown Dallas.” Visit https://bit.ly/2CclG61 for more information about Prospanica’s programs and upcoming chapter events.
Founded in 1988 as the National Society of Hispanic MBAs (NSHMBA), Prospanica is the association of Hispanic professionals with more than 46 Professional and University Chapters across the U.S. and Puerto Rico. Prospanica is dedicated to help professionals, entrepreneurs, and Fortune 500 partners build connections and career development to advance the Hispanic workforce. Prospanica also supports undergraduate and graduate business students, and it has awarded over $8 million in scholarships to impact the Hispanic community through education and leadership opportunities. Visit prospanica.org for more information.