Program Date and Location
May 3-5, 2019
JW Marriott Marquis, Miami
Launched in 2008, the HACR Corporate Executives Forum™ (CEF) program was created to provide Hispanic executives at Fortune 500 and HACR Corporate Member companies with a platform to discuss business issues, challenges, and solutions as they refer to the advancement of Latinos in Corporate America.
The three-day summit offers participants with a unique opportunity to share best practices, exchange views on Hispanic inclusion, explore different challenges and solutions, capitalize on the opportunity to network with peers and Fortune 500 corporate directors, and take an in-depth look at the changing landscape of the Hispanic community in the United States.
Who Should Attend?
- Seasoned C-Suite executives of Hispanic descent
- U.S. based directors, executives, and vice presidents at a Fortune 500 and/or HACR Corporate Member companies
- Senior executives within three (3) reporting levels to the CEO
- Executives with responsibilities for P&L functions more than half a billion dollars
- Accomplished leaders who drive growth in every corner of their companies
- Strengthen leadership skills to create exceptional value and breakthrough performance
- Develop competencies to succeed at the highest levels in Corporate America
- Improve analytical skills to approach challenges with a holistic method
- Gain tools to increase impact and lead organizational change
- Learn board preparedness skills
If you believe you are eligible to participate in this HACR program, please contact HACR Vice President of Executive Programs, Mayra Espinoza, at email@example.com or call (202) 682-4012 ext 1005.
For sponsorship opportunities, please contact HACR Vice President of Corporate Relations, Elia Quintana, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (202) 682-4012 ext 1012.
HACR CEF Legacy
The CEF Legacy designation was created in 2009 when AARP committed $50,000 in support of the CEF and became the first Legacy Member company. Inspired by AARP’s leadership, the Legacy designation was rebranded, and a new level of investment was established in 2011 to create an industry exclusive Legacy membership with the purpose of expanding the CEF’s capacity and influence in Corporate America.
Starting in 2011, a group of companies – The Coca-Cola Company, Dell, GE, Intel, MassMutual Financial Group, McDonald’s, Monsanto, Target, Time Warner, UPS, and Wells Fargo – committed $100,000 each as industry exclusive Legacy Members, thus creating a matching challenge fund. The fund will match contributions from other corporations with the goal of creating a $2 million endowment to generate sustainable revenue to grow and manage the CEF.
To date, thanks to the generous support of the CEF Legacy Members along with matching contributions from CEF Visionary Member companies Walmart and the GM Foundation, the endowment has surpassed the $1 Million goal set in 2011.