EFBC invites you to attend an interactive networking breakfast and panel discussion in collaboration with the Hispanic American Construction Industry Association (HACIA). This event is a great way to meet entrepreneurs, leaders and other members within the HACIA and EFBC communities as we dig into the big topics impacting small businesses.
The panel discussion will focus on Reigniting the Culture: How businesses are coming back to work and adapting to a new environment as the post-pandemic world is on the horizon.
- How have leaders overcome their biggest challenges in the last year?
- How has the company culture changed?
- How has hiring been impacted and how do we navigate it from here on out?
- How have your processes changed in the office, or how do you plan to return employees to the office (if at all)?
- And more!
|George Karavattuveetil, Psyched LLC – George has over 20 years of consulting and operational experience. As EFBC's Human Capital strategic partner, he works with members on leadership coaching and communication.|
|Gina Krusinski, Krusinski Construction – Gina is the Vice President of Human Capital and oversees general office management. She is an active member and past Chairwoman for the EFBC.|
|Jose Duarte, Blackwood Group LLC - Jose is a founder of Blackwood Group, LLC, a full-service general contracting and design build firm. He has over 20 years of experience in engineering, program management, and construction management. Jose currently serves as Board Member for HACIA.|
|Alicia Ponce, APMonarch LLC - Alicia Ponce is the founder and principal of APMonarch, a female and Latina-owned architecture firm designing healthy environments. Her growing portfolio includes projects in the commercial, healthcare, education, and civic sectors.|
|Moderated by: Jackie Gomez, HACIA - Jackie brings over fifteen years of experience in the business development and supplier diversity industry. She has helped hundreds of small businesses meet their business objectives in various areas including financing, marketing, and business development.|
Founded in 1979, the Hispanic American Construction Industry Association (HACIA) works to ensure that all of its constituents have an equal opportunity to participate in the construction industry. For over 40 years, HACIA has been promoting leadership, quality of work, professionalism, quality and integrity of these individuals and businesses through example, training, and community involvement. Learn more on their website.
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Please register by 5:00 PM on Tuesday, May 4th.
All registrants will receive virtual access information the day before the event.
8:00 – 8:30 AM: Networking and Introduction
8:30 – 10 AM: Panel Discussion