Independencia in Silicon Valley: Art, Music, and Dance
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Thu

Sep

18

MARQUEE | Santa Clara

Independencia in Silicon Valley: Art, Music, and Dance

8:00 pm - 2:00 am
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Join us to celebrate the independence of 9 Latin American countries and the start of Hispanic Heritage Month in Silicon Valley! As we continue to grow LAM, we hope to produce more events in different cities throughout CA and beyond.

Arrive early to connect with the top Latino professionals and celebrate Hispanic diversity through the arts with a wonderful exhibition of over 10 local Latino artists showcasing their passion. Stay late and dance to the best of musica Latina with DJ C Bass.

LATINO ARTISTS

Start the evening with networking and art. Join us in celebrating our artistic diversity through culture and heritage. Challenge yourself  to seek out a new understanding to human creativity, educational values that go hand in hand with art, tradition and humanities. Let us all share in new ideas that will motivate and develop a love for the arts and strengthen our pride in community, country and culture.

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This event is sponsored and supported by:

Platinum Sponsors

Verizon WirelessVerizon is committed to supporting and enhancing Latino Small Business’ productivity, profitability and growth. Learn more at www.VerizonInsiderNegocios.com.

 

 

Aeromexico Premier WhiteFounded in 1988, Aeroméxico and Aeroméxico Connect together now operate a total of 553 daily flights to 78 destinations across the Americas, Europe and East Asia, with a global fleet of 116 airplanes. Its destinations in Mexico include beautiful locations such as Cancun, Guadalajara, Chihuahua, Ciudad Juarez and Mexico City. Aeroméxico is not only known for having the most complete, modern and safe fleet but also for the destinations that it flies to. Additionally, it prides itself on continuously striving to offer the service its guests deserve during their travels making them the premiere Latin American airline.

Co-hosted by

new-shpe-logoThe Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE) Silicon Valley Professional Chapter is a local non-profit organization providing charitable programs that give back to the community, help students pursue careers in STEM and complete college, and provide resources for professionals to advance their careers.

SHPE Silicon Valley has been serving the Hispanic and Latino community in the Silicon Valley for over 30+ years.

 


Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Silicon ValleyThe mission of the Hispanic Chamber Of Commerce Silicon Valley is to maximize Hispanic business and economic development of Silicon Valley by serving as an advocate and resource for its members, business owners, professionals, students and the community in general by being the premier voice for Hispanic and minority businesses.

 

 


Latina-Success-Networkx150Latina Success Network is the premier chapter based community for professional, business and self development for Latina professionals, entrepreneurs and those in between. Our approach is holistic and takes into account the unique cultural needs of Latinas for development and maximizing potential. We do this through our scheduled in person, as well as virtual, workshops, seminars, teleseminars, webinars, group coaching, one-on-one counseling and Annual Conference.


lcsvlogocolor-300x182Latina Coalition of Silicon Valley (LCSV) is a non-profit, non-partisan organization that has been providing Latinas with civic engagement and leadership development in Silicon Valley for more than 14 years. LCSV was recognized by San Jose Council Members and the Mayor for its work and contribution in the community.

 


nshmbax200The National Society of Hispanic MBAs (NSHMBA) is the premier Hispanic business organization dedicated to building and advancing Hispanic leadership through graduate management education and professional development. Recognized as the nation’s most prestigious Hispanic organization, NSHMBA has 39 chapters in the U.S. and Puerto Rico serving over 25,000 members since 1988.


LAMLAM Network is a multi-platform network connecting Latino professionals online and in person. Through a social media network and inspiring events, LAM creates strong and dynamic opportunities for like-minded individuals to foster valuable relationships. LAM is an exclusive community of influencers, highly educated, newly affluent, and urban Latinos engaging and interacting in social, educational and political advocacy activities. For more information, visit http://www.lam-network.com


LOCATION

Taste Restaurant and Nightclub - 2909 Lakeside Dr, Santa Clara CA

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