The Hispana Leadership Summit is a gathering of Latina professionals and entrepreneurs from around the country who will participate in an empowering selection of career building opportunities to sharpen their skills and expand networks. Registration for the three-day summit includes all meals, conference sessions, golf clinics and the iconic white group photo and All White Affair featuring the annual Latinas of Excellence Awards. For more information on this event visit: http://www.hispanaleadershipsummit.com.
The 7th Annual Hispana Leadership Summit is hosted by PODER Hispanic and Vanidades magazines, together with State Farm, and presented by AARP, Disney Park & Resorts, GSEA Fashion Group and Susan G. Komen as the official charity partner and Marketwire as the official newswire sponsor. Additional sponsors and partner organizations include Las Comadres, Latina Golfers Association, LATISM, LatinBiz, WebCityGirls, NCLR, Tous, Turnberry Isle Miami and UPS.
Hispana Leadership Summit on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HispanaLeadershipSummit
Hispana Leadership Summit on Twitter: https://twitter.com/HispanaLS2012 or @HispanaLS2012
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About Televisa Publishing + Digital
Televisa Publishing + Digital is a division of Grupo Televisa, the largest Spanish-language media company in the world. The 89 brands/130 distinct magazines of the company, most of them leaders in their categories, are distributed in 20 countries throughout the Western Hemisphere with an annual circulation of over 169 million. In addition, the company makes available all of Grupo Televisa's properties and talent via a comprehensive digital entertainment platform, including a portal, a social-networking site, a vertical music site, magazine web-sites and a mobile platform. For more information, go to www.televisapublishing.com.
Published by Televisa Publishing + Digital, Vanidades was the first Spanish-language magazine launched in the United States. For the past five decades, Vanidades has been a part of Hispanic women in her journey through the decades: from fashion and beauty, to health and travel, providing the information women need to be successful in an eloquent and relatable matter. Whether in exclusive interviews of icons in fashion, culture and entertainment or features geared to sophisticated women, Vanidades sets the tone and stage for trends and ideas important to Hispanic women. Sophisticated, elegant and experienced, Vanidades subtly incorporates everything the Hispanic woman is looking for. For more information, go to www.vanidades.com.
About PODER Hispanic
Published by Televisa Publishing + Digital, Poder Hispanic is a bi-monthly publication for Latinos in power -- and those who aspire to be. It was conceived as a vehicle to provide the Hispanic corporate and entrepreneurial communities with valuable and reliable information. As a leading business and lifestyle magazine, Poder Hispanic is written for a global audience of influential senior business executives, political decision-makers and entrepreneurs interested in current events in both politics and business. Poder Hispanic charts the ascent of Latinos in all realms of business, politics and entertainment, while also reporting on Hispanic lifestyles and trends. Poder Hispanic offers business news, profiles and exclusive interviews with high-ranking executives and political leaders, covering topics of great concern as well as exposing new issues impacting the world. For more information, go to www.poder360.com.
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