Latino Connections: Employee Resource Group networking event
Tuesday, Oct 9, 2018
3:30pm – 5:15pm
Join our Latino Connections networking event and hear local professionals’ perspectives on heritage and how culture affects them and their lives at home and at work. All are welcome!
Featuring special guest moderator Myra Rosario!
Myra will serve as the moderator of the Latino Connections panel. Myra has a passion for the Latino community in Northeast Ohio and works to bring about positive change. Myra has 17 years of media buying, minority marketing, and advertising experience in radio, online media and events. Her accomplishments include winning the Cleveland Foundations 2010 Civic Innovation Lab Grant and has been recognized by “Cuarenta/Cuarenta” which is Kaleidoscope’s Magazine that features 40 Hispanic leaders age 45 and under who are making significant contributions in the Greater Cleveland area.
Meet the panelists!
Joshua Miranda Building Maintenance Project Coordinator, Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District
Joshua has worked for the Regional Sewer District for six years. Raised with his father’s Hispanic traditions, Josh says the culture of hard work and family is alive and well in his household and his department. “Sharing time and guidance with others is the best way give back to my community,” he says.
Alysha Ellis Co-Founder, Freshly Rooted
Alysha’s entrepreneurial spirit and commitment to seeing the community and city healthy from all aspects of life has driven her over the years. In 2016, she graduated from Cleveland State University, where she majored in Urban Regional Planning and minored in Business Management and Labor Relations. Currently, she is pursuing her Master’s in Business Administration.
Cesar Sepulveda Subcontractor Relationship Advocate, AMHigley
Cesar is a first-generation Hispanic whose immigrated to the United States from Honduras and father was born in Puerto Rico. He was born and raised on the near west side of Cleveland, attending the Cleveland public school system through high school and then John Carroll University. His work involves ensuring the benefits of construction projects reach the community in contracting opportunities, workforce opportunities, and overall engagement and understanding.
Questions? Contact Francisco Rivera
Employees must follow their department’s guidelines/requirements to obtain management approval prior to registering and/or attending events/activities as described herein. Departmental and/or operational needs of the District will be considered by management when reviewing employee requests so as to cause minimum interference with normal operation of each department. Events/Activities as described herein will be filled on a first-come, first-serve and urgency of need basis.
Event LocationGJM Building 1st Floor Conference Room
3900 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland, OH, 44115