AEM Jovenes gather in Dallas: the group got together for the first time in the Metroplex area.
On June 6, the Asociacion de Empresarios Mexicanos (AEM) Jovenes Dallas group hosted for the first time the AEM Jovenes Leadership Summit.
The Summit was the first time that leaders from different chapters of AEM Jovenes worked together addressing the future of AEM Jovenes. AEM Jovenes members from all over Texas including Dallas, San Antonio, Houston, Laredo as well as Mexico City and Monterrey gathered for this first AEM Leadership Summit.
The AEMJovenes Summit featured speakers such as Dr. Jose Octavio Tripp (Consul General of Dallas), Enrique Marroquin (CEO-Hunt Mexico), Eduardo Bravo (Chairman-AEM), Jorge Ferraez (CEO-Latino Leaders), Tonatiuh Salines (DirectorCredito Joven NAFIN) as well as Uriel Sanchez (U-Links) and Jesus Gerardo Lopez (IP One Pay).
During the afternoon session, Alexia Dabdoub, Michelle Kafie and Juan Pablo Alcantar discussed and lead several important issues of the present and future of AEM Jovenes. The event was held in SMU with the collaboration with the Latino Leadership Institute and its executive director Anthony Herrera.
Opening remarks of the event were addressed by Jorge Gamez (AEM Jovenes-Chairman) and Eduardo Marquez (AEM Jovenes- President). The AEM Dallas team that led and organized this event includes general coordinators Ivanna Vlasich, Maria Jose Martinez and AEM Dallas members Michelle Kafie, Karina Corral, Gloria Gutierrez, Adrian Perez and Luis Octavio Barraza.
The event was sponsored by Mission Foods, Interceramic, Alarcon Construction Group and Latino Leaders.
Story by Staff of Latino Leaders Courtesy photos
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|Title Annotation:||Asociacion de Empresarios Mexicanos Jovenes Dallas group|
|Article Type:||Conference notes|
|Date:||Jul 1, 2015|
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