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Womens Leadership Luncheon Speaker announced

Monday, April 10, 2017   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Tim Sheahan
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12 pm- 1:15 pm

at the 2017 BGCA National Conference in Dallas, TX


Open to TPA members only - pre-registration required!

$50 per person

Only 100 seats available.


  Also featured the Power of the Purse auction!  Monies raised will be used for scholarships for a female CPO who has not been able to attend a conference.


If you are unable to attend the event, you can also make a donation the TPA Women's Scholarship Fund for women to attend future conferences.

Nina Vaca is Pinnacle Group's Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. Her dynamic leadership over the past 19 years has propelled the company from a niche IT services firm to the workforce solutions powerhouse it is today, with a suite of business lines that address the range of human capital challenges companies face today.

Pinnacle's evolution and astronomical growth is not only the result of Vaca's fearless approach to overcoming challenges the business has faced, but is due in equal measure to her intense focus on two core values – delivering impeccable service to clients and putting people at the heart of everything Pinnacle does. In Vaca's own words, "Our growth is rooted in our people. It is vital that they feel as empowered and impassioned as possible."

Because of her many successes with Pinnacle Group and the respect she has earned within the business community, Vaca has been elected to serve as a director of three publicly traded companies, and has won numerous awards both for the company and as an individual. She has been named one of the most influential Latinos in the United States for the past seven years, and has also been called one of the country's 100 most intriguing entrepreneurs by Goldman Sachs.

In addition to her varied business pursuits, Vaca is a committed civic leader and philanthropist. She is a passionate advocate for women and entrepreneurs, especially within the Hispanic and minority communities. In 2014, the Obama Administration appointed Vaca as a Presidential Ambassador for Global Entrepreneurship. Vaca is also Chairman Emeritus of the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, and serves as Chairman of the USHCC Foundation. For the superb work she has done in the community as well as in business, she has been awarded three honorary doctorates and is the youngest graduate in her alma mater's history to be honored as a distinguished alumna.


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