2009 Latina Trailblazer Event: Tonight NYC

Date: Thursday, June 18, 2009
Reception from 6:00 to 7:00 PM
Panel / Q & A from 7:00 to 9:30 PM

Location: Hunter College
SW Corner of 68th Street & Lexington Ave
New York, NY 10065

This event will commence with a networking reception followed by a moderated panel discussion.

The purpose of this event is to create a platform, to hear and experience current challenges and accomplishments that are and will affect Latin culture and the mainstream. The 2009 Latina Trailblazer Panelists will discuss trends in: Leadership, career, green Initiatives, business, politics, music, entertainment, the arts, health, entrepreneurship and workforce diversity.


— How to reinvent yourself during these tough economic times

— Insights into the influence of mainstream on Latin culture and Latin culture’s influence on the mainstream

— Green initiatives at work and home

— Networking tips

— Stress management

Panel members:

Councilwoman Julissa Ferrera – District 21

Judy Torres, On-Air Personality & Freestyle Artist – WKTU

Ada Rodriguez, Chief Marketing Officer – Health Plus

Shirley Rodriguez-Remenisky, President – 100 Hispanic Women

Jackie Bird, CEO – Redbean Society

Keynote Speaker:

April Hernandez, Actress and Inspirational Speaker

Event Sponsors: State Farm, CUNY, DTM Media Group (www.dtmmag.com), Cibao Meat, Health Plus, Dominican Tourism Board


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