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Milwaukee Chapter

Established in 2011, as formerly known as National Society of Hispanic MBA's, our primary mission is to be the leading catalyst and connector to resources, information, and pathways to professional development for Hispanics in the Greater Milwaukee area. At the local level, the chapter is committed to increasing the number of Hispanic professionals in the business sector. Prospanica is an independent 501(c)(6) organization with national membership of more than 30,000 professionals and a large network of supporters including MBAs, entrepreneurs, and students. Join one of the largest Hispanic professional networks in the country. Click here to become a member today!

 

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Events

General Membership Meeting & Mixer

THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 2019 AT THE MILLER PUB

Join the Prospanica Milwaukee Chapter for our first General Body Meeting.  We will be sharing all the changes that have been taking place along with introducing the new board members.  Additionally, we will speak about various opportunities to become engaged through committee or project work.  Meet us at the Miller Pub - 3939 W. Highland Blvd, Milwaukee, WI 53208 - at 5pm.

Parking: The address listed is the main corporate building.  You can turn left into a parking structure that will have security gates with barrier arms.  The security guards will answer the page and allow you to enter.  Enter the building through the front main entrance.

Sponsored By: MillerCoors and Cargill

    

 

2019 CONFERENCE & CAREER EXPO

October 30 - November 1, 2019 in Orlando, FL

At the 2018 Prospanica Conference & Career Expo, we celebrated 30 years of ¡IMPACTO!, not just for the organization but for Latinos in the US. Since 1988, the year NSHMBA—now Prospanica—was founded, the Latino population in the US has doubled, inspiring change in how the nation thinks, speaks, and creates. Latinos have assumed leadership roles across the nation, in our communities, organizations, and government.