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Te l l i n g Yo u r S t o r y – P a s t , P r e s e n t & F u t u r e

LEAD PAR T NER

T h u r s d a y, O c t o b e r 3 , 2 0 1 9 ( J e r s e y C i t y, N J )


Left to Right, 2018 MPL’s: #8 Yasmine Winkler, UnitedHealthcare; #5 Gisel Ruiz, Sam’s Club, a division of Walmart; #20 Ana Corrales, Google

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Most Powerful Latinas is a ground-breaking event. We will convene the most preeminent Latinas in the marketplace (i.e., business, government, the military, philanthropy, education and the arts) for a wide-ranging conversation that will challenge conventional wisdom, inspire participants, and set the pathway for a brighter future for professional Latinas and for all involved in this exclusive event. This will be an opportunity to connect with, and be inspired by, nationally recognized speakers through keynote addresses, one-on-one interviews, panel discussions, and interactive small group discussions where guests can also learn from each other’s stories.

In addition, we will discuss specific strategies on how to serve on a Fortune 500 board of directors, examine the global impact of women leaders & entrepreneurs, discuss how to build a better future for yourself, and deliver a top-notch networking event with a common purpose among all participants.

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Center, 2018 MPL: #38 Carolina Jannicelli, J.P. Morgan

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General Criteria for MPL Nominees and Rising Stars

MOST POWERFUL LATINA NOMINEE Women nominated for inclusion on the MPL list are prioritized as follows:

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Women leading large public companies with significant operating roles, rather than C-Level staff roles

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Women operating large private firms and entrepreneurs who have successfully scaled their businesses into the middle market

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Latinas who although retired, exercise leadership on Fortune 500 boards

RISING STAR In the event your nominees are not selected as one of Top 50, we will include them in the Rising Star category as described below: High-potential corporate Latinas (Executive Directors and above, depending on how your company’s levels work) with approximate qualification to #1 above, recommended by their companies, and be (or become) ALPFA Gold Members prior to the event.

ALPFA will vet all candidates and may select up to 5 for the Rising Star category from your company, varying on your package level. Candidates must meet the criteria as spelled out above.

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2019 TOP 50 M O S T PO WERF U L L ATIN AS #2

#1

Myrna Soto Chief Operating Officer of Digital Hands; Member, Board of Directors CMS Energy, Spirit Airlines,

#3

#4

#5

Maria Martinez

Grace Puma

Nina Vaca

Ana Corrales

EVP & Chief Customer

Executive Vice President,

Chairman and CEO

Chief Operating Officer,

Experience Officer

Global Operations and

Pinnacle Group

Google Consumer Hardware

Cisco Systems, Inc

Transformation

Google (Alphabet)

PepsiCo

Popular Inc - Banco Popular.Popular Bank (NASDAQ: BPOP)

#7

#8

Michele Docharty

Beatriz Perez

Cynthia Hudson

Kimberly Casiano

Head of Americas Equities

Senior Vice President, Chief

SVP & GM CNN en Español &

Member, Board of Directors

Executive Services and

PAC & Sustainability Officer

Hispanic Strategy for CNN/US

Ford Motor Company,

Founder and Special Adviser

Co-Head of of Global Synthetic

The Coca-Cola Company

CNN en Español

Mutual of America,

We Are All Human Foundation

#6

#9

Products Distribution

Hispanic Scholarship Fund

Goldman Sachs

(HSF)

# 12

# 11

Dorene Domiguez Chairwoman & CEO of Vanir Group of Companies

#1 3

#10

Claudia Romo Edelman

#1 4

#15

Ofelia MelendrezKumpf

Veronica Muzquiz Edwards

Francis Hondal

Ileana Musa

President

Field Vice President

CEO

Loyalty & Engagement

McDonald's USA

InGenesis

Mastercard

Managing Director Co-Head International Wealth Management & Head of International Banking & Lending Morgan Stanley

# 17

# 16

#1 8

#1 9

María Fernanda

Delfina S. Eberly

Elise Vazquez-Warner

Flavia Pease

Vicki Znavor

Vice President – Infrastructure

Vice President Regional

Vice President, Group Finance,

Chief Human Resources

Facebook, Inc.

General Manager,

Medical Devices

Officer, US Region

Central Florida

Johnson & Johnson

CIBC Bank

Mejía SVP, Kellogg Company, President, Kellogg

Walmart

Latin America

# 22

# 21

#20

#2 3

#2 4

#25

Eliana Murillo

Carolina Jannicelli

Ana Pinczuk

Yvonne Garcia

Dr. Betty Uribe

Founder of Multicultural

Managing Director

Chief Transformation Officer

Chief of Staff to CEO

Executive Vice President

Marketing

J.P. Morgan

Anaplan

State Street

California Bank & Trust

Google


2019 TOP 50 M O S T PO WERF U L L ATIN AS #2 7

#26

#28

#29

# 30

Rosa Ramos-Kwok

Magda Yrizarry

Elizabeth Nieto

Anilu Vazquez-

Monica L. Martinez

Managing Director

SVP/Chief Talent and

Head of Global Diversity

Diversity Officer

& Inclusion

Ubarri

Senior Vice President,

JPMorgan Chase

Verizon

Amazon

Chief Human Resources Officer

External Affairs Comerica Bank

TPG Global

#3 2

#31

#33

#34

# 35

Miriam HernandezKakol

Michelle Freyre

Evelyn Espinal

Susan Santiago

Alice Rodriguez

President, U.S. Beauty

Chief Human Resources

Senior Vice President

Managing Director-Head of

Principal

Johnson & Johnson

Officer for Mexico and

Select Operations

Community & Business

the Caribean

Hyatt

KPMG LLP

Development

Unilever

#3 7

#3 6

JP Morgan Chase

#38

#39

# 40

Yanela Frias

Heather von Zuben

Elizabeth Atlee

Kim Van Utrecht

Camila Cote

Senior Vice President and

Alternative Investment Manager Selection (AIMS), Global Head of Client Portfolio Solutions Goldman Sachs

SVP & Deputy General

President of Mid-Atlantic

Office Managing Partner,

Counsel

District

EY Miami

CBRE

UPS

EY

Head of Investment & Pension Solutions Prudential Financial, Inc.

#4 2

#4 1

#43

#44

# 45

Talita Ramos-

Elisa Garcia

Diane Gonzalez

Leslie Garcia

Izabel Assis

Erickson

Chief Legal Officer

Vice President,

Partner

Global Product Director

Macy's Inc.

AWS Commerce Platform

RSM US LLP

Dow Chemical

General Counsel (Americas) &

Amazon

CEO Casa Barilla Restaurants Barilla Group

#4 7

#4 6

#48

#49

# 50

Melissa Barra

Nellie Borrero

Renata Peixoto

Cristina Gonzalez

Chief Strategy and

Global Senior I&D Managing Director Accenture

Head of Latin America Wholesale Credit Bank of America

Chief Legal Officer

Director

Staples, Inc.

BMO Financial Corp.

Customer Service Officer Sleep Number

Adela Cepeda


Left to Right, 2018 MPL’s: #14 Cynthia Hudsonm CNN en Español; #13 Ofelia Melendrez, McDonald’s USA; #12 Bernadette Aulestia, HBO


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Summit and Reception Sponsorship Packages

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LEAD $100K

Benefits • Write up on Company CEO on ALPFA event webpage • Opportunity for a company executive to provide opening remarks at the Summit • Have a published article on Latino Leaders magazine highlighting CEO’s commitment • Opportunity to have a subject matter expert present a topic of choice, approved by ALPFA

2 VIP tables for the Luncheon (table seats 8) 1 VIP table at the Reception, after the Summit

signage anD BRanDing at summit • Inclusion of logo on event “Step & Repeat” photo booth wall • Your company to be included in video played during the lunch program • Full Page (Color) advertising in the Summit and Reception commemorative program • Logo placement on all event signage

Digital Package Video 30-sec spot – Video options: • Video provided by Partner and Co-branded • Video shot by ALPFA team (need additional lead time) • Video shared across ALPFA Digital Channels on MPL Event Day and Hispanic Heritage Month

Rising staR 3-5 candidates selected for the Rising Star category

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Summit and Reception Sponsorship Packages

PLATINUM $75K Benefits • Opportunity to have a subject matter expert present a topic of choice, approved by ALPFA. • Reserved table of 10 at the Reception, after the Summit

1 VIP table for the Luncheon (table seats 8)

signage anD BRanDing at summit • Inclusion of logo on event “Step & Repeat” photo booth wall • Your company to be included in video played during the lunch program • Full Page (Color) advertising in the Summit and Reception commemorative program

Digital Package Video 30-sec spot – Video options: • Video provided by Partner and Co-branded • Video shot by ALPFA team (need additional lead time) • Video shared across ALPFA Digital Channels on MPL Event Day

Rising staR Up to 3 candidates selected for the Rising Star category

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Summit and Reception Sponsorship Packages

GOLD $50K Benefits • 1 reserved table at the Luncheon (table seats 8) • 10 complimentary tickets to the Reception

signage anD BRanDing at summit • Inclusion of logo on event “Step & Repeat” photo booth wall • Full Page (B/W) advertising in the Summit and Reception commemorative program

Digital Package • Social Media • Email • Newsletter Story

Rising staR Up to 1 candidate selected for the Rising Star category

SU MMIT LUNCHEON ON LY

S PEAK IN G O PPO R TU N ITY

$15K

$15K

8 RegistRants foR luncheon

showcase youR comPany

This is an opportunity for your executive/senior

Opportunity to have a Subject Matter Expert

management team to demonstrate their support

Present at one of the program breakout

of you and the Most Powerful Latinas program.

sessions, approved by ALPFA.

* s u m m i t l unche o n anD sPe ak ing o PPoRtu n ity D oes n ot in c l u D e Pa Rtic iPation in su mmit P RogR a m

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General Summit and Reception Agenda

2018 MPL Group Shot

8:00AM

Networking Breakfast

9:00AM

Opening Remarks

9:15AM

State of Latina Leadership in Corporate America (Fireside Chat)

10:00AM

Increasing Latinas on Corporate Boards (Fireside Chat)

10:45AM

Break

11:00AM

Meet & Greet Session with Organizations, Executive Recruiters and Search Firms that specialize in Board Placement

12:00PM

Lunch

12:45PM

Award presentation to all 50 2019 Most Powerful Latinas

1:45PM

Break

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Summit and Reception Agenda

2:15PM

MPL Breakout Session: Corporate Governance

General Breakout Session 1: New Realities and Impact of Gender Equity and Parity on Corporate Landscape

General Breakout Session 2: Impacting the Latino Community through Positive Corporate Citizenship

3:00PM

Break

3:15PM

MPL Breakout Session: Financial Acumen as a Requisite Corporate Boardroom Skill

General Breakout Session 3: Investing for the Affluent Latina

General Breakout Session 4: Latina 2.0 (Data-driven presentation)

4:00PM

Break

4:15PM

MPL Breakout Session: Risk Management, Activism in the Boardroom and You

General Breakout Session 5: How Women Rise

General Breakout Session 6: Mindfulness and Wellness

5:00PM

Break

5:35PM

Summit Closing Remarks & Cocktail Reception

6:30PM

Reception Concludes

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2018 Businesswoman of the Year Award Recipient Mary Dillon CEO, ULTA Beauty


2018 Event Partners

LEAD

HOST

CHAMPION

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2018 Event Partners

ASSOCIATE

CONTRIBUTOR

RECEPTION

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Thank you for your interest in sponsoring ALPFA’s Most Powerful Latinas. To partner with us, please complete and return the form below.

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sponsor Package levels

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Platinum

Signature

gold

summit luncheon

Total $

Be a part of ALPFA’s Most Powerful Latinas! For more information, please contact: For any questions, please contact:

sales@national.alpfa.org T 855.692.5732 x705

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