2019 February Professional Development Meeting

February 19, 2019
11:30 AM to 1:00 PM
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Courtyard by Marriott Resort
3435 North Atlantic Avenue
Cocoa Beach, FL 32931
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DESCRIPTION:

Cross-cultural diversity encompasses different races, ethnic groups, personalities, cognitive styles,behavior, organizational functions,backgrounds and more.

OBJECTIVE:

To teach cross-cultural fluency. HR Managers will learn to appreciate and adapt to other cultures. To be introduced to the DISC Model of Human Behavior.

SPEAKER:

Ana Maria Lowry

President and CEO

A&P International, Inc.

"Key Business Cultural Differences

 

BIO:

Ana Maria Quintero Lowry is president and C.E.O. of A & P International, Inc., an International Consulting and Training corporation providing Cross Cultural Business Solutions for entrepreneurs and corporate America.

For 28 years, Mrs. Lowry has created and built programs and trainings which have been delivered nationally and internationally. As a consultant and executive trainer, Mrs. Lowry and her multi-ethnic team provide professional advice to large corporations developing their diversity supplier procurement programs. In addition, Ana Maria serves as a business coach and business developer to Diverse and Women Owned Business Enterprises who want to become winners of multi-million dollar contracts.

Some of her clients are: Universal Studios, Wyndham Worldwide Corporation, Florida Hospital Medical Group, Goodwill Industries of Central Florida, Lynx and government institutions such as Orange County Public Schools, Turnpike Enterprises. Ana Maria is a certified trainer for: Jeffrey Gitomer Trainone (NC), Situational Leadership (CA) and a consultant in Human Behavior with emphasis in Cross Cultural Diversity.

Mrs. Lowry received her Juris Doctorate and Master Degree in International Trade in 1981 from The Pontifical Javeriana University in Bogotá Colombia, the sister College of George Town University. Right after her graduation she started traveling around the world assisting corporations and minority entrepreneurs with clients from other cultures.

Mrs. Lowry was recognized as “A Woman Who Mean Business – A Woman to Watch” by the Orlando Business Journal in 2014 among other several awards and recognitions for her and her corporation.

Finally, Attorney Lowry is the author of her recent book titled: “Cross-Cultural: A New Thirst for Diversity Engagement”

SPONSOR: TBA

Tickets

$25.00 Member

$30.00 Guest

$20.00 Student