ALPFAAssociation of Latino Professionals in Finance and Accounting
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Representatives from NABA, Latino advocacy group ALPFA, Pan-Asian professional business advocacy organization Ascend, and the Native American Finance Officers Association (NAFOA) are expected to participate.
This year's Latina Summit is part of ALPFA National's 10-City Tour to recognize the tenth year for the Women of ALPFA program.
In turn, Aquerrevere has been invited to be a general session panelist at ALPFA's 2011 Professional Leadership Summit, where he will speak on personal brand building and the importance of being involved in professional organizations like FEI and ALPFA.
12, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- ALPFA, the Association of Latino Professionals For America, the largest membership-based organization serving Latino professionals, students, and entrepreneurs, concluded its 43rd Annual Convention at the Hilton Midtown New York.
Our supply chains include, for example, representatives from ALPFA [Association of Latino Professionals in Finance and Accounting] and NABA [National Association of Black Accountants] and educators and others revolved with this issue.
This gathering of present and future leaders provides an important platform for talented and motivated Latino women and men to connect with one another and with leaders in their industry," said Gerald Hassell, Chairman and CEO of BNY Mellon and ALPFA Host Committee member.
No charge for UA faculty and staff, ALPFA members and U.
The awards were presented by associations and businesses that support Atlanta's financial community, including the Atlanta chapters of ACG and ALPFA, SAP and Business RadioX.
During 2015 ALPFA National Convention, Tatum and Randstad Professionals will host a workshop on branding in today's crowded job marketplace.
On August 8, 2011, half (50%) of ALPFA 2011 Annual Convention attendees passed Northwestern Mutual's Financial Matters Quiz, which tests people's knowledge of financial concepts and products.
She received scholarships from the Massachusetts Society of CPAs in 2014 and 2015, an ALPFA scholarship in 2014, and a KPMG scholarship in 2015.
A chief diversity officer at a Big Four accounting firm once told me, "If ALPFA [the Association of Latino Professionals in Finance and Accounting] can just help me retain my employees, I don't care if we don't hire any more.