Updated March 26 at 12:27am
Press Release

State Senator Juan Pichardo Special Guest at RILPBN


State Senator Juan Pichardo Special Guest at the Rhode Island Latino Professional Business Network (RILPBN), Friday November 9, 2012 in Veterans Day 6:00 PM at El Macuto (Ada's Creation) 1137 Broad Street Providence, RI 02905.

About State Senator Juan Pichardo

Senate President Pro Tempore

2nd Vice Chairman, Senate Committee on Finance

Member, Senate Committee on Health & Human Services

Member, Senate Committee on Housing

Member, Senate Committee on Special Legislation

On January 7, 2003, Juan M. Pichardo was sworn in as a State Senator representing the 2nd Senatorial district in the State of Rhode Island. Located in Providence, Senate District 2 encompasses the neighborhoods of Elmwood, Reservoir Triangle and the West End.



The Rhode Island Latino Professionals Business Leaders Network (RILPBN) is the common place for Latino professionals, entrepreneurs, business owners and Community Leaders to network and exchanging of success stories while incubating commercial and Professional relationships one Latino (a) at the time.

The mission of RILPBN is incubating commercial relationship among Latino Professionals, Business Owners, Entrepreneurs and Community by offering a comfortable environment to gather and network among peers.

All are welcomed and encouraged to participate in a business casual atmosphere.

Past Speakers: Lieutenant Governor Elizabeth H. Roberts, Attorney General, Patrick Lynch, State Senator Juan Pichardo, Deputy Majority Leader Anastasia Williams, State Senator Leonidas Raptakis, Secretary of State Ralph Mollis, Erik Wallin, Candidate for Attorney General, Dr. Arelis Valerio, MD, AE-C, Kennet Block, Moderate Candidate for Governor, Joe Fernandez, Candidate for Attorney General, General Treasurer Frank Caprio, Congressman Jim Langevin, (RI-D2), Angel Taveras Providence Mayora, Deborah A. Gist Commissioner of Elementary and Secondary Education, RI General Treasurer Gina Raimondo, Claudia Cardozo, AccionUSA, Nacy Zapata, Violet Coffee, Angie Espinal, OpenDoor, Sydney Tillett, Artist, Maria Romero, RI College Outreach Program, Doris Branch, President/CEO DB Consulting, Victor Capellan, Deputy Superintendent Central Falls School Department, Mercedes Mendez, President/CEO Mendez Travel, Inc., Mayor Angel Taveras

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