Be Part of the Conversation: The Value of Latin American Professionals in Canadian-Latin American Commercial Relationships
On September 19th, Telfer’s Centre for Executive Leadership successfully hosted the launch of the Ottawa Chapter of the Latin American MBA Alumni network (LAMBA).
Our panel included prominent individuals experts in their field of work: Sylvain Fabi, Director of North American Relations & Policy Division for the Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development; Alvaro Pombo, MBA (Telfer), CEO & Founder of Pronto Forms; Nadia Avila Lopez, Senior Associate, International Business Development Group, South America for Export Development Canada (EDC) and Sophia Leong, Director of the Telfer Executive MBA Program. The panel was moderated by Telfer’s MBA Executive in Residence and Professor, Marvin Hough, MBA.
The conference was organized by a group of MBA alumni and candidates leading the newly created LAMBA Ottawa Chapter: Angela Valdes, Ana Cerrato, David Serpa, Diego Aguirre Orué and Rodrigo Delgado. Two members of LAMBA’s Executive Team from Toronto also joined the event to support the launch of the first chapter of the association in Canada.
The evening brought together approximately 70 guests from various educational, professional and cultural backgrounds with an interest in learning about Canadian-Latin American commercial relations. Following the panel discussion, guests had the opportunity to network, interact with our panelists and exchange their perspectives on career success in Canada and potential trade opportunities in Latin America.
This event was kindly sponsored by Telfer’s Centre for Executive Leadership, and Telfer’s EMBA program.
About LAMBA: The Latin American MBA Alumni Network (LAMBA), based out of Toronto, is a professional association seeking to connect Latin American MBA graduates with one another and with corporations in Canada. Its focus is to integrate and provide networking opportunities among Latin American MBA graduates in Canada, provide assistance to Latin American MBA graduates in their professional development, and foster relationships between leading Canadian companies and Latin American MBA graduates.
About LAMBA Ottawa Chapter: The newly organized LAMBA Ottawa Chapter follows the mission of LAMBA while leveraging the resources and networks found in Canada’s capital. It is the goal of the Chapter to provide value to its members by supporting their career development efforts and promoting Latin American-Canadian trade relationships.
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