LATINA Style, Inc. Proudly Announces Norah Briceno as the "Entrepreneur of the Year" in Anaheim!

Hon. Councilmember Gail E. Eastman will provide the Official Welcome on behalf of the City of Anaheim

Hon. Councilmember Michele Martinez will provide welcoming remarks during Opening Ceremony

Sonia Marie De Leon de Vega, Founder, Santa Cecilia Orchestra, to be the Luncheon Keynote Speaker

Azalea Iniguez, Anchor & Reporter of Telemundo to serve as Mistress of Ceremonies

Aug 04, 2011, 09:08 ET from LATINA Style Magazine

WASHINGTON, Aug. 4, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- LATINA Style, Inc., the premier company addressing the needs of the Latina business owner and professional workingwoman, will honor entrepreneur Norah Briceno, Owner of Mil Jugos, as LATINA Style Entrepreneur of the year for 2011 during the LATINA Style Business Series in Anaheim, CA. The event will take place on Wednesday, August 10, 2011 from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Disneyland Hotel Magic Kingdom (1150 Magic Way. Anaheim, CA 92802).

The Business Series, unique to LATINA Style Magazine, is a well-known development program empowering Latina entrepreneurs across the country. Over 28,000 Latina entrepreneurs and professionals have benefited from participating in this exciting and informative one-day business program since its conception in 1998. The Business Series will exhibit expert presenters to speak and interact with the audience. Participants will benefit from workshops and panel discussions.

LATINA Style is delighted to have the support of the honorary event co-chairs: Ms. Maria Sobrino, Ms. Yobany Banks-McKay, Ms. Martha Montoya, and Ms. Betty Uribe, four phenomenal Latina leaders and visionaries. "Their leadership will ensure that we have a fabulous and successful conference," said Robert Bard, President & CEO of LATINA Style Magazine.

Restaurateur Norah Briceno, has been selected as the "Entrepreneur of the Year," based on her lifetime achievements and her visibility as a true role model for our young women," said Mr. Bard.

The Business Series is honored to have Hon. Councilmember Gail E. Eastman will provide the Official Welcome on behalf of the City of Anaheim. Also Hon. Councilmember Michele Martinez, City of Santa Ana, Orange County will provide welcoming remarks during Opening Ceremony. The Luncheon Awards Keynote Speaker will be addressed by Sonia Marie De Leon de Vega, Community Leader & Founder, Santa Cecilia Orchestra, and our Guest Speaker is Ms. Azucena Maldonado, Founder of Latina Golfers Association. Telemundo Anchor; Azalea Iniguez will serve as the Mistress of Ceremonies during the LATINA Entrepreneur Awards Luncheon. In addition, celebrity stylist Angie Escamilla will share her styling secrets for creating a professional image in the workplace during "Look Successful-Be Successful Fashion Show," sponsored by Macy's.

For more information and to secure your admission please register online at  Attendance is limited.  Online registration: $45 fee – Students fee $15 (Before August 5th) -At the door Full price $100.

This unique program could not have been made possible without the support and sponsorship from these following outstanding Companies. Title Sponsor: Macy's, Inc. Sponsors includes: Hyatt Hotel & Resorts, Verizon, Wyndham Worldwide, PepsiCo, Inc., Verizon, Comerica Bank, UPS, State Farm Insurance, Sodexo Health Care, Beauty Control, South West Airlines, and Teleflora.

LATINA Style has partnered with the following organizations: Partners include: Regional Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, ALPFA, Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce, National Hispanic Business Women Association, National Latina Business Women Association, NAWBO-Los Angeles, Hispanic National Bar Association, NSHMBA, Orange County SBDC, Latina Golfers Association,, and Women Impacting Public Policy. Media Partners include: Telemundo, Dialogo PR, Bodas USA Publicacion, and PR Newswire.

LATINA Style Magazine, a lifestyle magazine for the professional Hispanic woman, hosts the LATINA Style Business Series, bringing resources to entrepreneurs and aspiring entrepreneurs in the local area.

SOURCE LATINA Style Magazine