MILWAUKEE – Hispanic Professionals of
Greater Milwaukee will hold its first ball next year, according to a
statement released by the organization.
The event is scheduled for April 14 at the Pfister Hotel. The
Milwaukee-based organization said it hopes to raise $200,000 to
“support the organization’s mission of expanding the diverse talent
pipeline in our region with services to Hispanic professionals,
college students and corporate partners seeking to retain and
attract top talent,” the statement said.
Nina Vaca, founder and CEO of Pinnacle Technical Resources in Dallas
and former chairwoman of the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce,
along with Dee Mellor, chief quality officer at Waukesha-based GE
Healthcare, will chair the event, according to the statement.
The organization provides resources and opportunities to Hispanic
professionals in the greater Milwaukee area.