Building Our Legacy Changes Location Due to High Demand
On September 30 – October 1, 2019 the conference will now be held at the Radisson Hotel in Madison, Wis.
Madison, Wis.—Building Our Legacy, a professional conference focused on leadership development and career advancement, September 30 – October 1, will now be held at the Radisson Hotel Madison. High attendance demand has created reason for the Latino Professionals Association (LPA) leadership to move the full two-day conference to a venue that can accommodate the anticipated number of Wisconsin-area professionals. “We’re seeing tremendous interest in the educational value of learning for Latinx professionals by Latinx professionals,” remarked LPA President Nicole Sandoval. “Changing locations signals a very exciting time — one that will raise the potential of our current and future diverse Wisconsin workforce.”
Now in its second year, the conference will continue its focus on professional growth, leadership development, civic & public engagement as well as personal enrichment through keynote sessions, concurrent breakouts, panel discussions and one-on-one coaching. This year it will feature three-award winning authors — Keynote speaker Andrea-Teresa Arenas, Aaron Bobrow-Strain, and Armando Ibarra — along with various breakout session tracks, providing attendees with a unique, customizable learning experience.
Registration continues to build on a daily basis with the conference/dinner packages already sold out. Full-conference seats are still available but with high risk of selling out. Interested professionals looking to elevate their careers should register soon at lpamadison.org/BOLC.
The Latino Professionals Association of Greater Madison recognizes and enhances the lives of Latino professionals through leadership development, professional growth, civic and public engagement and personal enrichment. Learn more at lpamadison.org