About the Event:
In a world where social media play an important part of our daily lives, we have all become our own brands. Everything that we say and do on social media reflects on our personal brand. Everything you Like, Share, Comment on, Retweet and people/organizations that you follow expresses something about you. Depending on how you use social media this can both shed a positive or negative light on your personal brand when you are trying to build your career.
At our second Leadership Series event this year, our speaker Guisselle Nuñez, National Advisor with University of Phoenix’s Workforce Solutions, will share best practices on how you can leverage the use of social media to improve your personal brand, and social media use you should try to avoid.
PLUS: We will also have a photographer present that will take your professional picture that you can use to promote your personal brand!
About the Speaker:
Guisselle Nuñez is a National Advisor with University of Phoenix’s Workforce Solutions. She is also co-owner of Mundi Travel, American Express Travel, a 25+ year-old family owned, travel agency and of Presencia, LLC, an Integrated Marketing Consulting firm for businesses.
Guisselle has been an Associate Faculty member with the University of Phoenix, Bay Area campus, since 2011. In 2012, she was recognized as “Rookie, Faculty of the Year.” She teaches undergraduate and graduate marketing courses.
Guisselle has a B.A. Degree from Santa Clara University in History and Italian and a M.S. Degree from Golden Gate University in Integrated Marketing Communications. Guisselle’s career leadership includes community relations, marketing communications strategy, business development and administrative management.
Thank you to Xero for hosting and to
University of Phoenix for presenting at this event!
When: April 17th, 2014
Time: 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm
101 Green St, Level 5
San Francisco, CA 94111
Dress Code: If you are having your picture taken remember
to dress professionally
ALPFA Member - FREE
ALPFA Member with Professional Photo - $20
ALPFA Non-Member - $5.00
ALPFA Non-Member with Professional Photo - $25
University of Phoenix Alumni - FREE
University of Phoenix Alumni with Professional Photo - $20
GET YOUR TICKET HERE
It’s our favorite time of the month again…happy hour time!
Don’t forget to join us for our April happy hour so you can get the opportunity to meet old friends and network with other Latino professionals in a fun and relaxed atmosphere!
This month, we are bringing the best of San Francisco’s art and leisure to you at
111 Minna Gallery.
See you all there!
2014 Student Summit: Networking Essentials
Interested in networking with professionals from major Bay Area companies, but never knew how to connect with these individuals?
Well, we have the answer for you...
Join our 2014 Student Summit: Networking Essentials event on May 3rd to learn everything there is to know about making a great first impression with Latino leaders from various industries.
Get a headstart and start learning the tips and tools to build a succesful career!
Thank you to our event sponsor: Walmart.com
and co-sponsor: Starbucks
When: May 3rd, 2014
Time: 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Location: Walmart.com HQ
850 Cherry Avenue
San Bruno, CA 94066
Put this event on your calendar so you don't miss out on this AMAZING career opportunity.
Message from our President
For over 18 years, we have been working with several business partners and community leaders in the Bay Area to empower Latinos to reach their leadership potential. Through our different programs we strive to develop a community of Latino business leaders that can serve as role models for generations to come.
As the president of the SF Chapter, I encourage you to join us in our efforts of building Latino business leaders that can make a difference in this country. Help us enhance access to higher education, jobs opportunities, and career advancement for Latinos. Please join us for one of our upcoming events, follow our social media and explore this website to learn more about ALPFA San Francisco!
~Jesus Sanchez, Chapter President