Thursday, May 5, 2016

Women of Distinction Luncheon - Great Mother's Day Gift

Meet and support the TAMACC 2016 Women of Distinction!
TAMACC to Host Statewide Women of Distinction Awards Luncheon
13 Latinas from Across Texas to be Honored
The Texas Association of Mexican American Chambers of Commerce (TAMACC) will honor 13 outstanding Latina business and community leaders at the fifth annual Women of Distinction Awards luncheon Friday, May 13, 2016 at the Austin Club, 110 East 9th Street, Austin, Texas from 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM.
These women are incredibly inspirational and a reminder of how much women can do!  For a motivating and stimulating experience, come to the luncheon to meet and support the recipients.
Here is some snippets of these women of distinction that you will hear about:  One woman went from attending a community college to graduating from Harvard with a Master's degree; the first Latina business lobbyist; helping over 9,000 high school students to enter college; overcoming an abusive childhood to speaking worldwide; single mother raising her child to helping a community; bed-ridden from a horrific traffic accident to a healthcare activist after experiencing the pitfalls personally; a child diagnosed with a brain tumor so she created a foundation to help other families experiencing the same life challenges; her Mexican born parents taught her how lucky she was for the education in the United States and now a physician; while waiting for the bus in middle school she watched a bridge being built and found it fascinating so she decided to go after her dream; knowing her dreams she had to juggle raising young children and return to school later to lead hospitals across the country; wanting to ensure her grandson's financial security she wrote a book to teach children how to save and now the proceeds goes to a scholarship fund; seeking change and improvement from the top down in the Hispanic community she ran for office to make those changes - two decades ago; beginning her career as an enlisted Marine to a Major General.
Many of these women were the first Latina in their fields.
Do you want to know who did what? This is a great Mother's Day gift - for your daughters, sisters, and Mom! Tickets are still on sale at or telephone (512) 444-5727 for more information.
The 2016 Women of Distinction are:
Mistress of Ceremonies
Veronica "Ronnye" Vargas Stidvent
WGU Texas 

Aliana Apodaca

Positive Directions Co.
El Paso, Texas

Rosemary H. Banda

Community Volunteer
Austin, Texas

Barbara Ann Canales

Port of Corpus Christi Authority Commission 
Corpus Christi, Texas

Judith A. Canales

State Executive Director
United States Department of Agriculture Farm Service Agency
Bryan, Texas

Catalina E. Garcia, M.D.

Dallas Anesthesiology Group
Dallas, Texas

Virginia "Viky" Garcia

Student and Internship Volunteer
Laredo Medical Center and Bethany House Homeless
Laredo, Texas

Dr. Eva Garza-Nyer

Founder and Chief Executive Officer
Texas College Advisor
Austin, Texas

Genoveva G. Gomez

Vice President of Engineering and Construction 
San Antonio Water System 
San Antonio, Texas

Alida Y. Helgerman

Marketing and Public Relations Manager 
Border Federal Credit Union 
Del Rio, Texas

Helen Soto Knaggs

Office Manager 
Texas Senator Eddie Lucio, Jr. 
Austin, Texas

Cristina Rivera

Chief Executive Officer 
Rio Grande Regional Hospital 
McAllen, Texas

Honorable Alice Rodriguez

City of Waco 
Waco, Texas

Major General Angela "Angie" Salinas 
United States Marine Corps (Retired)

Chief Executive Officer
Girl Scouts of Southwest Texas
San Antonio, Texas

Thank you to our Awards Luncheon Partners!

For additional information, tickets, or sponsorship opportunities, please visit our web site or contact Pauline E. Anton, Executive Director / CEO.
TAMACC | (512) 444-5727 | | 
Texas Association of Mexican American Chambers of Commerce (TAMACC), Post Office Box 41780, Austin, TX 78704
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Sunday, May 1, 2016

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