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Leading Latino leadership organization in the nation joins Lawrence young professionals in much anticipated event

23_MigdaliaDiazheadshotALPFA Boston, the local chapter for the nation’s premier business and Latino leadership organization is collaborating with the Greater Lawrence Young Professionals Network (GLYPN) in a exciting evening event that will feature a distinguished panel and excellent networking opportunities.

“It makes perfect sense for ALPFA and GLYPN to collaborate on such an event and we’re happy to see that this long anticipated partnership is finally manifesting itself in the City of Lawrence which is a strategically crucial ground for Latino/a leadership development,” expressed Quin Gonell, GLYPN President & Co-Founder.

“I am grateful for the work GLYPN is already doing in the City of Lawrence and excited for the opportunity to partner with them on what promises to be an inspiring evening.” Migdalia Diaz, ALPFA Boston President

The event will take place on Wednesday, April 9th at the Everett Mils (15 Union Street) from 5:30pm-9pm.

Rosalin Acosta, Managing Director of Enterprise Investments, Yvonne Garcia, Senior VP of State Street Corporation and Joe Bator, Senior VP of Eastern Bank will lead the discussion on how business and non-profits come together to cultivate leadership.

The promising partnership seems to be a sign of future collaborations.

“Our collaboration with ALPFA is a strategic and necessary partnership to fulfill our ongoing mission to develop our young professionals into the leaders of tomorrow,” added Pavel Payano, GLYPN Past President and Co-Founder

The event is being touted as one of several positive signs that things are chanign for the better for Lawrence.

“As a proud Lawrencian, I am very excited about our collaboration and appreciate the great work GLYPN is doing for the City of Lawrence,” added Radhames Nova, ALPFA Boston Executive Director.

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