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Reconocimiento a 100 Mujeres Lideres D.C

22 agosto 2019

Reconocimiento para 100 mujeres líderes latinas

Washington, DC - Para celebrar el Mes de la Herencia Hispana, la organización El Poder de Ser Mujer organizará un evento que reconoce a 100 mujeres líderes latinas en el área metropolitana de Washington DC. Se llevará a cabo en el Centro Cívico en Silver Spring, Maryland, el miércoles 11 de septiembre de 2019 a las 6 p.m.
Reconoceremos a las mujeres que han enriquecido a la comunidad latina a través de su liderazgo y logros. Reconoceremos a las mujeres que, día tras día, a través de diferentes áreas de trabajo, innovan, crean y lideran, sirviendo como ejemplos y motivación para los demás.
El Poder de Ser Mujer es una organización 501 (c) (3) sin fines de lucro dedicada a empoderar a las mujeres inmigrantes latinas y sus familias en Maryland, Washington DC y Virginia, ayudándolas a desarrollar todo su potencial y talento a través de programas de educación práctica. y empoderamiento personal e inspiración.

Premios Especiales por liderazgo extraordinario:

  • Rosalia Fajardo -Founder Multicultural Family and Education Center
  • Kristi C. Whitfield -Director, District of Columbia Department of Small and Local Business Development
  Political Leaders :
  • Nancy Navarro - President, Montgomery County Council
  • Elizabeth Guzman - Member of the Virginia House of Delegates
  • Ana Sol Gutierrez - Former Member of the Maryland House of Delegates
  • Marice Morales - Founder of her Woman -owned Law
  • Joseline Peña-Melnyk - Maryland State Delegate, District 21
  • Deni Taveras Prince George's County Council Member
  • Rocio Treminio Lopez - Mayor, Brentwood
  • Jackie Reyes-Yanes Executive Director, Mayor's Office on Latino Affairs
  • Celina Benitez - City of Mount Rainier, MD Councilmember
  • Karla Silvestre - Director of Community Engagement, Montgomery College
Educational Leaders:
  • Taina A. Compagnet - International Welcome Center School Counselor Anne Arundel County
  • Daniela Perez - Community Outreach Assistant, Prince Georges County Public Schools
  • Guadalupe Silva-Krause - Parent liaison at Alexandria City Public Schools
  • Aleida Blandon Getchius - Parent liaison, Fairfax County Public Schools VA
  • Diana Avellaneda - Small Business Development Leader
  • Maria Garcia - School Counselor, Montgomery County
Arte Leaders in Arts & Culture:
  • Sandra Granobles - Music Teacher, Marie Reed Elementary School, Washington DC
  • Alexandra Arata - Artist
  • Dayan Aldana - Singer and Founder, CAN Centro de Artes para Niños
  • Marta Sanchez -Singer
  • Sofia Pellegrino - Founder Pellegrino Productions 
Leaders of Non-Profit Organizations :
  • Sindy M. Benavides - Chief Executive Officer, LULAC
  • Lupi Quinteros-Grady - President and CEO, Latin American Youth Center (LAYC)
  • Walkiria Pool -Founder, Centro de Apoyo Familiar
  • Angela Neira - Director of Small Business Lending, Life Asset
  • Monica Guerrero Vazquez - Executive Director, Centro SOL Baltimore
  • Dilcia Molina - Gender & Health Program Manager, La Clínica del Pueblo
  • Dinorah Olmos - Founding Executive Director, Latino Education Advancement Fund
  • Cristina Caballero - President & CEO, Dialogue on Diversity
  • Emma Núñez - Founder & President, Caobas Foundation
Business Leaders :
  • Dendry Aguilar - CEO, Centro de Habla Hispana
  • Veronica Cool - CEO, Cool & Associates LLC
  • Lilian Castillo Harris - CEO, Workplace Management Group Ltd.
  • Rosibel Arbaiza - Owner, Golden Scissors Beauty Salon
  • Evelyn Brooks - Owner, Evelyn Brooks Designs
  • Caro Campbell - Owner, CMMA Associates, LLC
  • Zuraya Tapia-Hadley - Manager of Public Policy, Facebook
  • Ariana Flores - Vice President & Regional Multicultural Banking Officer, BB&T Bank
  • Laura Languidey Farina - Regional Latino Market Manager, New York Life
  • Maria Martinez - Chief Strategy Officer, Project Enhancement Corporation
  • Yasmin Portillo - Founder, Yasmin Insurance Agency LLC
  • Marisol Madrid - Senior Agent, New York Life
  • Corina Morga / President - Greater Baltimore Regional Chapter
  • Mirna Girón - Owner, Girón’s Limousine Service
  • Karla Hernandez - Founder Health and Beauty for Life 
  • Eloisa Guzman - Founder Sirenita Restaurant 
Institutional Leaders:
  • Gloria Lissette Nalvarte Simoni de Isasi -Consul of Peru in Washington DC
  • Alicia Falwowski - Consul of Argentina in Washington DC
  • Mariana Diaz Nagore - Deputy Consul of Mexico in Washington DC
  • Susan Ostria Milan - Consul of Uruguay in Washington DC
  • Erika Salamanca Dueñas - Consul General of Colombia in Washington DC
  • Adriana Lee - Hispanic Community Services Specialist, City of Annapolis, Maryland
  • Katina Rojas Joy - Latino Affairs Liaison, Prince George’s County, Maryland
  • Lorena Rivera - Director of Hispanic Affairs , Maryland
  • Barbara Ebel - Regional Labor Exchange Administrator, State of Maryland
Leaders in Health and Wellness :
  • Paulina Escobar - Founder, VIVA Wellness Solutions
  • Claudia Campos Galván - Chief Programs Officer and Mental Health Director, Nueva Vida
  • Jenny Osoria - Founder, DanzaTone Fitness
  • Veronica Duran - Latino Community Outreach Representative,Baltimore City Cancer Program, University of Maryland
Leaders in Media :
  • Sara Suarez - Director for the Northeast, Entravision Communications
  • Tsitsiki Felix - Television Host, Univision
  • Kenia Basilis - Journalist & CEO, Basilis Empire
  • Arely Perez - Promotions Coordinator, Univision Washington DC
  • Nelly Carrion - Founder, Washington Hispanic Newspaper
  • Betty Valdes - Host Que Pasa Program, Montgomery Municipal Cable
  • Silvana Quiroz-Zalles - Executive Director, Zoom Latino
  • Rosy Demontesinos - Journalist, Sin Limites
  • Milagros Meléndez-Vela - Journalist
Community Leaders:
  • Ambar Pinto - Co-Founder, Dreamers of Virginia
  • Milen Soto Zambrano - Founder, Mujeres del Sur
  • Milagros Rivera Flores - Founder, Mujer Fuerza y Coraje
  • Brendaliz Citron - Founder, Canastas de Amor
  • Lenka Mendoza - Community Activist
  • Carmen Hernandez - Community Leader
  • Leni Gonzalez - Community Leader, Activist
  • Antonia Peña - Organizer, National Domestic Workers Alliance
  • Antonia Turcios - Community Leader
  • Lucia Islas Mendoza - Community Leader
Executives Leaders:
  • Nicole Quiroga - President, Greater Washington Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
  • Marcie Castaneda - Community Manager, Maryland Department of Housing & Community Development
  • Maria Rodriguez - Founder,MPR Business Solutions, LLC
  • Elfy Amaya - Founder, Amaya Group Services
  • Teresa Ramírez PhD - Program Manager, Federation of Societies for Experimental Biology
Emerging Entrepreneurs:
  • Teresita Cardona - Founder, Cardona Networking
  • Jimena Schmiedl - Owner, Beauty Fashion by Jimena
  • Lia Michel - Founder, Gravity Cafe Catering LLC
  • Maira Ruiz Luengas - Owner Maira’s Professional Cleaning Services
  • Tania Pimentel - Tania Siles - Founders.T & T Multiservices LLC
  • Blanca de Leon - Owner Hair N Things Salon
  • Karla Reyes - Founder RB Party Decorations 
Leaders in Community Relations :
  • Mayra Bayonet - Senior Legislative Aide for Outreach,Montgomery County Council, Maryland
  • Nydia I. Ocasio - Community Outreach and Engagement Specialist, Department of Parks and Recreation, Prince George’s County, Maryland
  • Blanca Vasquez - Regional Coordinator, Virginia Department of Health
  • Blanca Kling - Hispanic Liaison, Montgomery County Police Department, Maryland 
  • Virginia Santiago - Retention & Data Validation Specialist, Employ Prince George's, Inc., Maryland
  • Vilma Aracely Sandoval-Sall -  Program Coordinator /Prince George's County Memorial Library System
  • Claudia Marín - Special Programs Coordinator, Employ Prince George’s Inc., Maryland
  • Maria Ingrid Torres - Community Resource Coordinator, Primary ,Care Coalition, Montgomery County, Maryland. 
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Marisol Madrid - Agente Seguros New York Life

Katherine Solorzano - Chris Lane & Associates Inc

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