ASTD-NEFL SeptemberAre you a chapter member who….
Special Interest Group(CMSIG)
The Latino Labor Force:
What you should know about this population - training and
development ideas and considerations
- has had your employment impacted and wants to continue
in the Training and Development field?
- is transitioning into the Training and Development field?
- is already in the Training and Development field and wants
to enter a different area of the profession?
- seeks to manage your career internally and externally of
Then join us for the September Career Management
Special Interest Group Program!
Did you know that Hispanics have emerged as the fastest growing
and largest minority group in the U.S.? Did you know that Florida
ranks 3rd among the states with the highest Hispanic population in
the nation? This engaging, fact-filled session will provide invaluable
information about the Hispanic population and ideas and suggestions
for developing appropriate organizational training and development
programs and initiatives for this important demographic segment of
• Understand the evolution and growth of the Latino Labor Force
across the country
• Learn the difference between the terms “Hispanic” and “Latino”
• Realize the tremendous growth of the Hispanic population in
• Discuss ideas and strategies for developing effective training and
development programs for Latinos in the workforce
Annie Grogan is President and Executive Director ofASTD Competency Model:
The H.I.L.L. (The Hispanic Institute for Life and
Leadership) of Northeast Florida. This newly created
non-profit organization is the only Hispanic workforce
development and professional development
organization in Northeast Florida. The mission of The
H.I.L.L. is to advance business and Latino
opportunities for success through inclusive and
progressive mentoring, networking, and education.
Annie has over 20 years of professional human resources
experience working for global organizations such as the Texas
Employment Commission, Pepsi-Cola, Sallie Mae, Best Buy, and
other Fortune 500 companies. She has worked in various
HR Generalist and HR Director roles as well as in unique roles
such as Enterprise Diversity Recruiting Director for Best Buy.
Annie has been very active on several boards and committees
throughout Duval County to include the March of Dimes,
The First Coast Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, and
The League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC).
She is a 10 year U.S. Army veteran where she served as a
commissioned officer in the logistics field on assignments in
Europe and the U.S. Annie has a Bachelor’s degree in
Secondary Education from The University of Puerto Rico.
The Model emphasizes: (1) foundationalDate:
competencies, or those that are important to
everyone in the field, and (2) the specific areas
of expertise (AOEs), which are the specialized
knowledge and actions required by specific
roles. This month’s program supports the new
ASTD Foundational Competencies of
“Instructional Design, Training Delivery and Integrated Talent Management.”
(Click on image of the model to enlarge)
Thursday, September 26,2013
6:00 -6:15 PM: Networking
6:15 - 7:30 PM: Program
***Please note our NEW location for CM-SIG programs***
Nova Southeastern University
6675 Corporate Center Parkway, (off Salibury Road)
Jacksonville, FL 32216
Room 208 (Check signs at elevator)
Fees & Requirements:
No cost, but you must be a member of NE Florida ASTD chapter
For additional information: Contact Lynn Higgison at 904-535-0029Online registration for this meeting closes at midnight on
(Cell) or LHiggison@aol.com.
September 24, 2013.
Walk-ins: A $5.00 surcharge for unregistered chapter members
Can't Show? Please, Let Us Know! We understand that plans
change. To cancel your reservation, email firstname.lastname@example.org or
call (904) 356-9008. Program cancellations must be received prior
to 5:00 pm three business days before the event (unless otherwise
noted) to receive a full refund. Cancellation deadlines may be
extended for special events.
ADA Notice:The Northeast Florida ASTD chapter strives to make
all of our programs accessible to people with disabilities or special
needs as defined under the ADA. If you require special assistance
or accommodation to fully participate in this event, please contact
us at email@example.com, at least two weeks prior the planned
program so that we may discuss your specific needs.
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attending, you agree that ASTD-NEFL may use your name and
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