Hispanic Women’s Corporation, 29 years celebrating the successful woman
By Maria T. Bonilla
Phoenix, Arizona, September 23, 2014. Since 1981 the Hispanic Women’s Conference more important in the U.S. has so far held 27 editions of an event full of feminine charm where the professional woman, mother and leader is the protagonist in all its glory.
September is Hispanic celebration synonymous, and likewise is the month in which generally pays tribute to women in the most important event of its kind in the entire United States, “HispanicWomen’sCorporation”, bringing together inspiring women in all areas for their intelligence, optimism and leadership, excel in different areas and proudly based in the city of Phoenix.
For 29 years, women with unique stories, including writers, beauty queens, own their own businesses, immigrants, mothers and professionals met in a two-day journey that lifts the spirit of those women who want to learn from the experiences of other through various workshops and conferences that take place during the development of the HispanicWomen’sCorporation, where every year confirms that the “force America” today more than ever is ironically called “weaker sex”.
This year is not the exception and with a lineup of exponents that promises to be unforgettable women who come to this unique event can obtain important information on how to grow in business, finance, education, health and law.
The conference that honors Hispanic women in Arizona, United States and the world was founded by a true leader who saw the need to create this network, where women who paved the way and have succeeded in many ways share their experiences to serve as an example and inspiration to others. This special woman is Linda Mazon Gutierrez.
Linda Mazon, the woman who creates the magic of NationalHispanicWomen’sCorporation
Some will wonder how it was possible over more than two decades to gather annually the most important women in one place and that they share their experiences of triumph. That formula seems to have it a single person, Linda Mazon, Founder and President of the great event that was to become NationalHispanicWomen’sCorporation, who simply says “without the strength of all the people who collaborate me conference would not be a reality.”
Mazon, who was born in Phoenix and now lives in Tucson, is admired for his commitment and determination. She has worked on countless causes for the community. She is a graduate of Arizona State University where she graduated in arts and received a scholarship to Harvard University given to national Latina leaders.
Many awards and years of experience have taken her to turn the Hispanic Women’s Corporation in the most important nationwide.
This mother of four children believed that much of this success is based on connections. “Always in casual conversation arises that someone knows that person that we are so interested in inviting and so begins the chain and we support each other.”
Very excited, Linda told us in an exclusive interview that she feels great expectation for this year’s conference as it brings together such big nationwide names. “For me it is an honor to give all these people who attend the opportunity to hear firsthand the story of people so inspiring and so plant the seed so other women can succeed, that’s my legacy for future Latina generations”.
To Mazon the main mission of the conference is to offer women the opportunity to educate and learn from the experts on different topics that can take them to their own leadership; reason why she always makes sure to have the best in different areas.
“Latin woman have an important role today, is mother, professional, that is why we should be proud and support each other,” says Mazon who personally wanted to invite all women of Valley of the Sun not miss this unique opportunity to celebrate in their honor, promising to be one of the best years:
“The 29th NationalHispanicWomen’sCorporation”, Inspiring Interventions and traditional events
Another of the most anticipated event in the National HispanicWomen’sCorporation is the Fashion Show, presented by Dillard’s, on Thursday September 25, from 5:00 pm., to 7:00 pm, which raises scholarship fund for outstanding students.
And the HWC scholarship Benefit Luncheon, Friday, September 26, at Grand Ballroom South, from 11:30 am., to 1:30 pm., which annually brings together more than 2000 people to reward the most outstanding leaders in their field and provide scholarships to these outstanding student.
WHAT: “The 29th National Hispanic Women’s Corporation”
WHEN: September 25th and 26th
WHERE: Phoenix Convention Center – South Building (100 N. 3rd Street, Phoenix, Arizona. 85003)
GENERAL INFO: www.hispanicwomen.org or 1.888.388.4492