HPNG continues its hit networking event series this month with guest speaker, Mariela Dabbah, Author, Speaker and Founder of the Red Shoe Movement.
For the last eighteen years Mariela has devoted her enormous energy to helping young Latino students, women and professionals succeed in their quest of education and successful careers in the United States.
Ms. Dabbah has authored several award winning, best-selling books to help Latinos navigate the American system, most of which are available in English and Spanish. Her new book Poder de Mujer: Descubre Quien Eres Para Crear el Exito a tu Medida, has been on the best selling lists on Amazon, Barnes and Noble and Nielsen since its release. Mariela founded the Red Shoe Movement to encourage women to wear red shoes to work on Tuesdays to signal their support for the career development of other women.
“Mariela has been a tremendous supporter of HPNG initiatives for several years. From her best-selling books to her tireless work on empowering Latinas, she’s a true inspiration for many of us.” says Ali Curi, president of HPNG.
The HPNG Latino Leaders networking event will be held on Thursday, January 31st at 6 p.m. at Elmo, The Lounge, 156 Seventh Avenue in New York. For more information visit http://www.hpng.net/