"Cultivating Hispanic Leadership Conference 2017, a conference for leaders with a passion to lead with purpose."
Win a FREE Booth Space ($997 Value) this April 29th at The CHLC
2017. 

How to Win:

- Get your ticket to enter to participate.
"Cultivating Hispanic Leadership Conference 2017, a conference for leaders with a passion to lead with purpose."

Win a FREE Booth Space ($997 Value) to Be in Front of Hundreds of Business Owners this April 29th at
The CHLC 2017. 
How to Win:
- Get your ticket to enter to participate.
BONUS
After you Register, you Get a Chance to Win 2 Tickets for Carlos Vives Concert at the Fox Theatre on Friday, May 12 at 8 p.m
BONUS

After you Register, You Get a Chance to Win 2 Tickets for Carlos Vives Concert at the Fox Theatre on Friday, May 12 at 8 p.m.
Show Booth Benefits:
  •  Generate lucrative highly targeted business leads.
  •  Develop and strengthen your brand.
  •  Exposure to an audience that is likely to have an interest in your product or services. 
  •  Cost-Effective Networking and Advertising. 
  •  Close sales without causing resentment.
Show Booth Benefits:
  •  Generate lucrative highly targeted business leads.
  •  Develop and strengthen your brand.
  •  Exposure to an audience that is likely to have an               interest in your product or services. 
  •  Cost-Effective Networking and Advertising. 
  •  Close sales without causing resentment.
SPONSORS
SPONSORS
 During this Conference You'll Learn:
The 7  Elements of Leadership for a New Breed of Leader.
The power of a shared vision.
Networking & Lifelong Connections.
Hispanic Young Professionals & Entrepreneurs, or HYPE, is a division of the Georgia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce focusing on the development and empowerment of young Latinos in Georgia.
Our Mission
To connect, develop and empower young professionals and entrepreneurs through community, economic and leadership opportunities. 
Keynote Speaker
MICHAEL A. PITCHER
Michael A. Pitcher is the former president and CEO of LeasePlan USA, one of the largest fleet vehicle management companies in the U.S. Under Michael's leadership LeasePlan ranked among the nation's top workplaces every year since 2010.
 
According to his book, the seven elements — Laugh, Learn, Listen, Language, Lagniappe, Legacy, and Love — are essential for leaders to succeed. He says that while these elements should be common sense, they are not common practice. 
HYPE Panel
Leading with Purpose
Sergio Carlo
Sergio is a Dominican actor best known for his role as Carbo, in Andy García's movie The Lost City and as Manolo Tavarez, opposite Michelle Rodriguez in the film Trópico de Sangre.

He is also known as the co-host of Chevere Nights, a television entertainment news show in Dominican Republic. 

Sergio Carlo is also an ambassador of Yo Nado con Marcos (also known as Swim Across the Continents) part of the Millennium Development Goals initiative supported by the United Nations. 


The organization's objective is to eradicate extreme poverty and hunger, to promote education, equality, health and economic development among other world issues.

Sergio Carlo organizes various food bank drives which he promotes to recruit volunteers through his Twitter.
ED BAKER
Ed Baker is full-time Executive in Residence at Georgia State University’s Robinson College of Business, the sixth largest business school in the country. 

Both of Ed’s degrees are from Georgia State, including a Masters in International Business in 2013 and he has been teaching millennials for the past five years at the college level.

 He has served on numerous boards including the Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce, Atlanta Convention and Visitors Bureau, Junior Achievement of Georgia, Leadership Atlanta, Atlanta Business League, Arby’s Foundation, The Atlanta Sports Council, the American Red Cross and the Georgia Council on Economic Education.
The Atlanta Press Club and Atlanta Advertising Club have given Ed their Lifetime Achievement Awards. Prior to joining the Chronicle, Ed was a senior marketing executive (with J. Walter Thompson and DMB&B), having worked on the launch of The Weather Channel, the first cellular telephone for BellSouth, and the introduction of the Kawasaki Jet Ski.
SARAH MARSKE 
Sarah Marske drives the development of best-in-class multicultural marketing and shopper capabilities in support of brand marketing campaigns. 

She also leads the Company’s 5by20 financial empowerment programs for multicultural women in the U.S.. Prior to her role on the Center of Excellence, she led Hispanic mom & teen targeted campaigns for Brand Coca-Cola on the North America Hispanic marketing team, earning the 2016 ANA Multicultural Marketing Excellence Award for Brand Coke’s 2015 Hispanic Heritage Month campaign.  
In her role, she drove brand love, loyalty, value, increased transactions and volume via brand management, strategic planning and integrated marketing and communications campaigns.
She is on the leadership team of The Coca-Cola Company’s Hispanic Leadership Business Resource Group, and a member of the Boy Scouts Atlanta Area Council Marketing Advisory Board, the Hispanic Scholarship Fund’s Atlanta Advisory Council, and the Latin American Association’s Latina Empowerment Steering Committee.
Christian Zimmerman
Christian co-founded Qoins, an automated micro-payment platform that uses spare change to quickly pay off credit card and student loan debt, in September of 2016. 

Having worked at other early stage startups such as Hirewire and Shiftgig, Christian grew a passion for solving real-world problems. 

He is a graduate of Georgia State University’s J. Mack Robinson College of Business.

Arturo Gonzalez
Arturo Gonzalez Jr. was born in Pasadena, CA and raised in Columbus Junction, Iowa. He graduated in May of 2013 from The University of Georgia with a BBA in Economics and International Business. 

His professional experience includes working as a Surety Bond Underwriter in Liberty Mutual’s Surety Department. 
Starting this upcoming August, Arturo will be enrolling in Emory’s Goizueta Two-Year MBA program as a Consortium Fellow.

Outside of work, Arturo sits on the board of the ALPFA-Atlanta Professional Chapter as Director of Student Affairs. His role includes, connecting local companies with student chapters, advising student chapters on best practices for increasing membership, and maintaining a strong relationship with ALPFA’s National Board of Directors.

Lunch Speaker
CARLO MARTINEZ
Helping people find their path is Carlo’s passion, which he does through Steppingblocks.

After graduating with a Bachelor’s degree in Finance from Georgia State University, Carlo realized his expectations of the real world were unrealistic. 

Unable to immediately qualify for a job in his field upon graduation, Carlo worked as a perfume salesman, a waiter, and other non-related, non-degree-requiring jobs. 
Starting with an entry level job in his field as a teller, Carlo rapidly climbed the corporate ladder and discovered the world of data analytics in the financial industry. His fascination for decision making based on data analytics became a bit of an obsession, which led him to become a recognized expert in the field.

Carlo worked in Risk Management, Marketing Analytics and eventually US Commercial Portfolio Analytics leveraging the largest commercial data assets in the US to help financial institutions drive strategies in building risk models, new product placements, investment opportunities and portfolio management using advanced analytical methodologies with Big Data technologies.

Using his talent and expertise in the field, Carlo developed Steppingblocks, a platform that empowers students to make intelligent education and career decisions using advanced analytics.

In his presentation, he will share how he was able to convince incredibly talented individuals to quit their jobs, invest their time and capital to join him in building his vision.
Also, During this Conference You'll Learn:
The 7  Elements of Leadership for a New Breed of Leader. 
Michael A. Pitcher
former president/ CEO of LeasePlan USA,
The power of a shared vision. 
Carlo Martinez
Founder &CEO 
Steppingblocks.com
Networking & Lifelong Connections.
Keynote Speaker
MICHAEL  PITCHER
Michael A. Pitcher is the former president and CEO of LeasePlan USA, one of the largest fleet vehicle management companies in the U.S. 

Under Michael's leadership LeasePlan ranked among the nation's top workplaces every year since 2010.
 
According to his book, the seven elements — Laugh, Learn, Listen, Language, Lagniappe, Legacy, and Love — are essential for leaders to succeed. He says that while these elements should be common sense, they are not common practice. 
HYPE Panel
Leading with Purpose
Sergio Carlo
Sergio is a Dominican actor best known for his role as Carbo, in Andy García's movie The Lost City and as Manolo Tavarez, opposite Michelle Rodriguez in the film Trópico de Sangre.

He is also known as the co-host of Chevere Nights, a television entertainment news show in Dominican Republic. 

Sergio Carlo is an ambassador of Yo Nado con Marcos (also known as Swim Across the Continents) part of the Millennium Development Goals initiative supported by the United Nations. 
The organization's objective is to eradicate extreme poverty and hunger, to promote education, equality, health and economic development among other world issues.
ED BAKER
Ed Baker is full-time Executive in Residence at Georgia State University’s Robinson College of Business, the sixth largest business school in the country. 
The Atlanta Press Club and Atlanta Advertising Club have given Ed their Lifetime Achievement Awards. Prior to joining the Chronicle, Ed was a senior marketing executive (with J. Walter Thompson and DMB&B), having worked on the launch of The Weather Channel, the first cellular telephone for BellSouth, and the introduction of the Kawasaki Jet Ski.
SARAH MARSKE 
Sarah Marske drives the development of best-in-class multicultural marketing and shopper capabilities in support of brand marketing campaigns. 
 She is on the leadership team of The Coca-Cola Company’s Hispanic Leadership Business Resource Group, and a member of the Boy Scouts Atlanta Area Council Marketing Advisory Board, the Hispanic Scholarship Fund’s Atlanta Advisory Council, and the Latin American Association’s Latina Empowerment Steering Committee.
Christian Zimmerman
Christian co-founded Qoins, an automated micro-payment platform that uses spare change to quickly pay off credit card and student loan debt, in September of 2016. 

Having worked at other early stage startups such as Hirewire and Shiftgig, Christian grew a passion for solving real-world problems. 

He is a graduate of Georgia State University’s J. Mack Robinson College of Business.

Arturo Gonzalez
Arturo Gonzalez Jr. was born in Pasadena, CA and raised in Columbus Junction, Iowa. 
Starting this upcoming August, he will be enrolling in Emory’s Goizueta Two-Year MBA program as a Consortium Fellow.

Arturo sits on the board of the ALPFA-Atlanta Professional Chapter as Director of Student Affairs. His role includes, connecting local companies with student chapters, advising student chapters on best practices for increasing membership, and maintaining a strong relationship with ALPFA’s National Board of Directors.

Lunch Speaker
CARLO MARTINEZ
Helping people find their path is Carlo’s passion, which he does through Steppingblocks.
Carlo worked in Risk Management, Marketing Analytics and eventually US Commercial Portfolio Analytics leveraging the largest commercial data assets in the US to help financial institutions drive strategies in building risk models, new product placements, investment opportunities and portfolio management using advanced analytical methodologies with Big Data technologies.

Using his talent and expertise in the field, Carlo developed Steppingblocks, a platform that empowers students to make intelligent education and career decisions using advanced analytics.

In his presentation, he will share how he was able to convince incredibly talented individuals to quit their jobs, invest their time and capital to join him in building his vision.
Date:
Saturday, April 29, 2017
Time: 
8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. EDT
Location:
UPS
55 Glenlake Parkway NE
The Founder’s Auditorium
Atlanta, GA 30328
8:00 a.m.  to  9:00 a.m.      Registration/Breakfast/Networking
9:00 a.m.  to  9:15 a.m.       C-Suite intro
9:15 a.m.  to  10:15 a.m.       Keynote Speaker
10:15 a.m.  to  10:30 a.m.    Break
10:30 a.m.  to  11:45 a.m.    HYPE Panel
12:00 p.m.  to  12:30 p.m.   Lunch
12:30 p.m.  to  1:00 p.m.     Speaker
What you get when you Register:
 Ticket for Cultivating Hispanic Leadership Conference. (Includes Lunch)

The Opportunity to Win a FREE Booth Space at CHLC 2017.

Chance to Win 2 Tickets for Carlos Vives Concert at the Fox Theatre on May 12.
Date:
Saturday, April 29, 2017
Time: 
8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.EDT
Location:
UPS
55 Glenlake Parkway NE
The Founder’s Auditorium
Atlanta, GA 30328
8:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. Registration/Breakfast/Networking
9:00 a.m. to 9:15 a.m. C-Suite intro
9:15 a.m. to 10:15 a.m. Keynote Speaker
10:15 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Break
10:30 a.m. to 11:45 a.m. HYPE Panel
12:00 p.m. to 12:30 p.m. Lunch
12:30 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. Speaker
What you get when you Register:

Ticket for Cultivating Hispanic Leadership Conference. (Includes Lunch)

The Opportunity to Win a FREE Booth Space at CHLC 2017.

Chance to Win 2 Tickets for Carlos Vives Concert at the Fox Theatre on May 12.
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HAVE QUESTIONS?
 
Call GHCC at (404) 929-9998
Business Hours: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
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