Former President Clinton will address Hispanic real estate leaders at the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals' convention in Los Angeles in October, it was announced today.
The 2012 NAHREP Membership & Industry Leaders National Convention will be held at the JW Marriott at LA Live, Oct. 6-9. It is the largest forum for Hispanics who work in the housing and real estate industry, according to a news release.
Clinton, 42nd president of the U.S., is founder of the William J. Clinton Foundation, whose mission is to "strengthen the capacity of people throughout the world to meet the challenges of global interdependence." The foundation focuses on health security; economic empowerment; leadership development and citizen service; and racial, ethnic and religious reconciliation.
"We are thrilled to have President Clinton be a centerpiece of our 2012 program," said Carmen Mercado, president of the nonpartisan, 20,000-member association. "His perspective as a global leader will inspire our members and raise the caliber of our entire program."
Clinton will appear at the association's general session on Oct. 8. It marks the first time a U.S. president has attended the meeting with Hispanic real estate leaders.
The NAHREP Membership & Industry Leaders National Convention is held annually in the fall and attracts industry experts, corporate executives, nonprofit leaders and Latino real estate practitioners who work in all segments of the housing industry. The event is in its 12th year.
For more information about the convention, go to: http://www.nahrep.org/convention/.
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