Media Advisory

NCLR Annual Latinas Brunch to Spotlight Prominent Female Leaders and Entrepreneurs

July 23, 2016

Contact:
Gabriela Gomez
ggomez@nclr.org
NCLR Press Office in Orlando:
(407) 685-5407
West Concourse, W230A


ORLANDO, Fla.—On Sunday, July 24, NCLR President and CEO Janet Murguía will welcome a host of influential leaders from the political, civil rights, business and culinary fields to address participants at this year’s Latinas Brunch, one of the main events of the second day of the 2016 NCLR Annual Conference. Featured speakers include trailblazing women such as Aisha C. Moodie-Mills, President and CEO of the Gay and Lesbian Victory Fund, and Republican strategist and CNN political commentator Ana Navarro.

Attendees will also have the opportunity to hear from celebrity chefs Ingrid Hoffmann, Denisse Oller and Claudia Sandoval during a panel titled “Sazón: mi cultura, mi cocina.” The panelists will highlight how their passion for cooking and cultural identity helped drive their success as professional chefs.

Latinas Brunch is co-sponsored by The Coca-Cola Company, CVS Health, Hilton Worldwide, Sodexo, Toyota, and Wells Fargo.

Reporters with current press credentials can register to attend for free.

MEDIA ADVISORY

WHAT: 2016 NCLR Annual Conference Latinas Brunch
WHO: Co-hosts:
  Janet Murguía, NCLR President and CEO 
  Renata Soto, NCLR Board Chair
   
  Featured Speakers:
  Aisha C. Moodie-Mills, President and CEO, Gay & Lesbian Victory Fund
  Ana Navarro, Republican Strategist and Political Commentator
   
  Entertainment:
  The Honeypots
   
  Panelists:
  Ingrid Hoffmann, Celebrity Chef
  Denisse Oller, Celebrity Chef
  Claudia Sandoval, Celebrity Chef
   
WHEN: Sunday, July 24, 2016, 11 a.m.–1 p.m. 
WHERE: Orange County Convention Center West Hall F
  9899 International Drive
  Orlando, FL 32819

 

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