Brandeis International Business School

Association of Latino Professionals for America

Mission

The Association of Latino Professionals for America (ALPFA) is the largest U.S. professional association building Latino business leaders. The organization, however, is OPEN FOR ANY STUDENT to take benefit from its events and extensive network. Being a member allows you attend local and national ALPFA events and expand your opportunities through professional development programs, networking with top business leaders, scholarship programs, career fairs, social events, seminars, case competitions and more.

The Brandeis International Business School Chapter of ALPFA works to promote cultural awareness of Latin culture while offering a network for students regarding professional and academic opportunities in finance. It is the largest student chapter in the northeast region. The International Business School's group won the ALPFA Student Chapter of the Year Award at the 2012 National Convention. The business school's ALPFA chapter works closely with the Career Strategies Center, which helps its members become more aware of the career activities at the school.


Leadership

President:
Valentina Bernasconi
vmbernasconi@brandeis.edu 

VP of External Relations:
Carlos Vargas Jaimes

VP of Strategic Planning:
Felipe Maquieira

VP of Marketing:
Enner Martinez Morales

VP of Operations:
Arnold Too

Club Advisor:
Marcia Katz


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