Top Central Florida Executives to Discuss Economic Development at Hispanic Business Conference

ORLANDO, FL., United States—
The Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Metro Orlando (HCCMO) announced lineup for C-suite level speakers at the Hispanic Business Conference, taking place on August 24 and 25, at the Renaissance Orlando at SeaWorld. Moderated by Robert Bobroff, Market President and Publisher of the Orlando Business Journal, these top executives will engage in an interactive discussion surrounding economic development.

The C-Suite Plenary Session will happen during the morning session, Thursday, August 24. Confirmed speakers include Michael Brown, President & CEO for Wyndham Vacation Ownership; Yolanda Londoño, VP of Global Social Responsibility for Tupperware Brands; and Andy Gardiner, Senior VP of External Affairs and Community Relations for Orlando Health.

Michael Brown brings more than 25 years of experience leading a diverse range of asset management and vacation ownership sales functions. Orlando-based Wyndham Vacation Ownership has 219 resorts and over 887,000 owners globally. Yolanda Londoño will bring her global perspective and years of experience in the economic development arena. Tupperware has presence in more than 100 countries. Andy Gardiner leads external affairs for Orlando Health; a $2.8 billion healthcare network in Central Florida.

The C-Suite Plenary Session will happen immediately after the breakfast keynote speaker, Mr. Cesar Conde, Chairman of NBCUniversal International Group and NBCUniversal Telemundo Enterprises. “Attendees will be able to listen from top caliber executives from some of Central Florida’s biggest industries driving economic impact to the region,” said Frank López, President of the HCCMO. “Our two-day conference will kick-off with relevant and engaging discussions concerning topics that affect our community and beyond.” For more information on workshops, speakers and pricing visit: www.HBConference.com.