MINNEAPOLIS, MN (April 6, 2021)
In a recent newsletter to celebrate Women’s History Month, the New America Alliance praised the role women play in both the public and private sectors’ efforts throughout history. In particular, the NAA honors its women members who play an important part in recognizing and supporting the advancement of women year-round.
In a March 29th letter to NAA members, Board Chairman Gerson R. Guzman and CEO Solange F. Brooks recognized its current female members who have attained leadership positions in the private and public sector. In the letter, Guzman and Brooks then go on to recognize Sara Monahan and other female advisors that provide “advice, support, and execution of NAA’s initiatives…many of whom have exhibited a commitment to gender diversity and leadership.”
About the New America Alliance
Founded in 1999, the New America Alliance is comprised of a 501(c)6 and a 501(c)3 organization dedicated to advancing the economic development of the American Latino community. The Alliance is organized on the principle that American Latino business leaders have a special responsibility to lead the process of building the forms of capital most crucial to Latino progress – economic capital, political capital, human capital, and the practice of philanthropy. One approach that American Latino business leaders are uniquely capable of leading is an investment in our own community through coordinated philanthropy and public and private strategic collaboration.
About Lurie, LLP
Founded in 1940, Lurie, LLP is a prominent CPA & Advisory firm providing accounting, audit, tax planning, and advisory services to privately held and family businesses, as well as individuals. With more than 180 employees, offices in Minnesota and Southwest Florida, and membership in Moore North America, Lurie has the ability to serve clients across the United States and globally. To learn more, visit: www.LurieLLP.com or follow us on Twitter: @LurieLLP.
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