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Coffee with Creatives – December

Our December guest is the Tucson Symphony Orchestra!

Join us and connect to other community creatives on December 2nd. Stop by on your way into work, or spend the whole morning with us!

Join us at 14352092231_69698e436e_olocation – Exo Roast’s new extension (Southern Arizona Work Space) at 8:30am.

Come help us celebrate & cultivate the creatives in the Tucson community!


Exo Roast Co. (Southern Arizona Work Space)

403 N 6th Ave, Tucson, Arizona 85705


We hope to see you there!

NEW LOCATION: We’ll be taking up shop in Exo Roast’s new extension (Southern Arizona Work Space).

Coffee with Creatives is a space to connect with other creative humans living, working, and playing in Tucson. Come share what you’re working on, something you’re interested in, or just get to know someone new.

December 13th CEO Roundtable Featuring Mitch Pisik

Please join Tucson Young Professionals and listen to Mitch Pisik, President and CEO of TM International.

When/Where: December 13th, 5:30-7:00pm @ Union Public House 


About CEO Roundtable:

Tucson Young Professionals holds a monthly CEO Roundtable as an avenue of professional development for our members and the community.

We ask our featured speaker to candidly speak for 30-35 minutes about their story of successes, pitfalls and laughs on their journey to becoming a successful leader.

The atmosphere is casual and conversational.



About Mitch Pisik:

Over the past 15 years, Mitch Pisik has been President and CEO of 4 Private Equity-owned Companies – 1 in New York, 2 in Texas, and 1 in Arizona.

He is also running TM International. TMI is one of Tucson’s largest manufacturers that is headquartered in Tucson. They manufacture and sell a vast array of innovative, trademarked, and licensed products – in 65,000 retail stores and in 84 countries.

Mitch Pisik

Mitch won the 2016 Leader of the Year from the Society of Human Resource Management and was a finalist for the 2016 and the 2015 Copper Cactus Business Leader of the Year for Southern Arizona.

Prior to being a CEO he held a multitude of Senior Level Executive positions for multi-billion dollar global companies including:

  • Novartis
  • Gerber
  • Newell Rubbermaid
  • Kraft

He is an active Board Member of several private, public, and not-for-profit companies. He has conducted business in over 3 dozen countries

November 8th CEO Roundtable Featuring Manny Teran

Please join Tucson Young Professionals and listen to Manny Teran, CEO of Aztera.

When/Where: November 8th, 5:30-7:00pm @ Union Public House 


About CEO Roundtable:

Tucson Young Professionals holds a monthly CEO Roundtable as an avenue of professional development for our members and the community.

We ask our featured speaker to candidly speak for 30-35 minutes about their story of successes, pitfalls and laughs on their journey to becoming a successful leader.

The atmosphere is casual and conversational.



About Manny Teran:

Mr. Teran, a successful entrepreneur, engineer, and businessmanHeadshot of Manny Teran, Aztera CEO, has nearly 15 years of direct operating experience in high technology companies, serving in technical, business development, and leadership roles. As a previous District Sales Manager for National Instruments and during his time with a large systems integrator, he has successfully led projects ranging from small data acquisition systems to multimillion dollar
aerospace and automotive test cells. Mr. Teran’s vast industry experience encompasses roles within the aerospace/military, industrial, clean tech, automotive, medical device, software, cloud computing, and electronic markets. Mr. Teran is able to harness his diverse background and leadership talents to develop and drive creative solutions to Aztera’s clients. Mr. Teran is a mechanical engineering graduate from the University of Arizona and stays active with the University of Arizona Alumni Association as part of the governing council.

ignite520

Join Tucson Young Professionals for their second annual ignite520 summit!

October 21-22nd, 2016 | Downtown Tucson

This two-day summit is designed to catalyze personal & professional development, shake up connections, and celebrate awesome things happening in Tucson. During breakout sessions, mixers and more, young professionals are given the chance to connect with others who share a vision for a greater Tucson, and find ways to ignite their current or next endeavor.

Purchase Tickets on ignite520.com

Coffee with Creatives – September

Join us and connect to other community creatives on September 30th. Stop by on your way into work, or spend
14352092231_69698e436e_othe whole morning with us! Join us at our new location – Exo Roast’s new extension (Southern Arizona Work Space) at 8:30am.

Come help us celebrate & cultivate the creatives in the Tucson community!

Exo Roast Co.

403 N 6th Ave, Tucson, Arizona 85705

We hope to see you there!

NEW LOCATION: We’ll be taking up shop in Exo Roast’s new extension (Southern Arizona Work Space).

Our Guest: Theresa Delaney with Creative Tribe Workshop

Coffee with Creatives is a space to connect with other creative humans living, working, and playing in Tucson. Come share what you’re working on, something you’re interested in, or just get to know someone new.

September 13th CEO Roundtable Featuring Lea Marquez Peterson

Please join Tucson Young Professionals and listen to Lea Marquez Peterson, President/CEO of the Tucson Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

When/Where: September 13th, 5:30-7:00pm @ Union Public House 

About CEO Roundtable:

Tucson Young Professionals holds a monthly CEO Roundtable as an avenue of professional development for our members and the community.

We ask our featured speaker to candidly speak for 30-35 minutes about their story of successes, pitfalls and laughs on their journey to becoming a successful leader.

The atmosphere is casual and conversational.

 

Lea Marquez Peterson high res photoPresident/CEO of the Tucson Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and its affiliate chambers in Douglas, Nogales and Sierra Vista, Arizona.

Lea has been an entrepreneur in our community for many years and has served as the President/ CEO of the Tucson Hispanic Chamber since 2009. The Tucson Hispanic Chamber serves the business community in the bilingual, bi-cultural region of the Arizona-Sonora border and was recognized as the Hispanic Chamber of the Year in 2013 by the U.S Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. The chamber represents over 1800 member businesses and in partnership with the Arizona Chamber of Commerce and Industry is one of the largest chambers in the State of Arizona. She previously served as the Executive Director for Greater Tucson Leadership (GTL) from 2005 to 2009 and owned and operated a chain of gasoline stations / convenience stores from 1998 – 2005 in the Tucson region.

Lea was appointed by the Obama administration to the National Woman’s Business Council (NWBC) in which she served for three years. The NWBC advises the President, Congress and the SBA on issues facing woman-owned businesses in the nation. She has been appointed by Governor Doug Ducey to co-chair the Arizona Zanjeros, a business leadership group formed to ensure the state continues to flourish economically by driving business growth and promoting Arizona’s extraordinary assets. She was selected to serve on Governor Doug Ducey’s Transition Team in 2014 and co-chaired the subcommittee on Economic Development, Entrepreneurship and Trade. She serves on the Boards of the Arizona Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Visit Tucson, Arizona Town Hall and the Pima County Workforce Investment Board. She also serves on the national board for the Latino Coalition, an affiliate of the U.S Chamber of Commerce. She currently chairs the boards of St Mary’s Hospital, Pima Association of Governments Economic Vitality Committee and the Tucson Business Alliance. She formally served as the Chairwoman of the Southern Arizona Business Roundtable, the Past Chair of the Southern Arizona Chamber of Commerce Alliance, the Founder and Past Chair of the Pima County Small Business Commission, the Chairwoman of the University of Arizona Hispanic Advisory Council and is a Past President of the Tucson chapter of the National Association of Women Business Owners.

Lea was recognized by the National Football League with a 2015 Hispanic Heritage Award by the Arizona Cardinals, the University of Arizona Eller College with a 2014 Extraordinary Woman in Business award , the University of Arizona Alumni Association with the 2012 Distinguished Citizen Award, the 2011 State of Arizona Minority Business Advocate of the Year, the 2009 Rising Star by the Hispanic Professional Action Committee, the 2008 Business Advocate of the Year by MED Week, a 2007 Woman of Influence by Inside Tucson Business, was recognized as a 40 under 40 recipient and honored with a University of Arizona Entrepreneurial Fellow award. In addition, she is a Flinn Brown Fellow and an Honorary Rotarian.

She received her undergraduate degrees in Marketing and Entrepreneurship from the University of Arizona, and her Masters in Business Administration from Pepperdine University. She is married with two children.

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Coffee with Creatives – August

Join us and connect to other community creatives on August 26th. Stop by on your way into work, or spend 15844636376_d570886e75_othe whole morning with us! TYP is partnering with Cartel to put on Coffee with Creatives at 8:30am at their downtown location.

Come help us celebrate & cultivate the creatives in the Tucson community!

Cartel Coffee

210 E Broadway Blvd, Tucson, AZ, Tucson, Arizona 85701

We hope to see you there!

Our Guest: Steven Lee Tracy of Saint Cecilia Studios

Coffee with Creatives is a space to connect with other creative humans living, working, and playing in Tucson. Come share what you’re working on, something you’re interested in, or just get to know someone new.

August 9th CEO Roundtable Featuring Lisa Lovallo

Please join Tucson Young Professionals and listen to Mark DeBenedetti, CEO of DeBenedetti & Co.

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When/Where: August 9th, 5:30-7:00pm @ Union Public House 

About CEO Roundtable:

Tucson Young Professionals holds a monthly CEO Roundtable as an avenue of professional development for our members and the community.

We ask our featured speaker to candidly speak for 30-35 minutes about their story of successes, pitfalls and laughs on their journey to becoming a successful leader.

The atmosphere is casual and conversational.

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About Lisa Lovallo:

Market Vice President – Southern Arizona

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Joining Cox in 2008, Lisa Lovallo is responsible for all the Southern Arizona business, public affairs and community relations functions in both Pima and Cochise Counties.

Prior to Cox, Lovallo worked for Procter & Gamble in the Los Angeles market.
In 1992, Lovallo left P&G to start her own business, North American Enterprises.  She spent 14 years building and growing a successful international import and export business, comprised of over 20 European manufacturers and 80 food service and grocery distributors throughout the US market.

After the sale of North American Enterprises, Lovallo began teaching as an Adjunct Professor at the U of A’s  Eller College of Management and worked as the Director of Student Advancement and Development in the CORPORATE HEADSHOT lovallo lisa_ppuniversity’s Student Affairs Division.  During her tenure at the U of A, Lovallo also ran for the Arizona State Legislature and served on numerous non-profit Boards in Tucson.

Lovallo serves on numerous community boards including Sun Corridor Inc., the Southern Arizona Leadership Council, the Tucson Airport Authority, the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum and The Arizona We Want.   She is also on Tucson Medical Center’s Board Quality Care Committee, and was the Chair of the 2014 United Way annual fundraising campaign.

Lovallo was named “Woman of the Year” for 2010 by the Tucson Metro Chamber of Commerce. She has also been named “A Woman of Influence” by Inside Tucson Business, a “Woman on the Move” by the YWCA and was given the “Spirit of Philanthropy” award by the Association of Fundraising Professionals for her outstanding contributions to the Southern Arizona community.   And more recently received the “Phyllis Ehlinger Women of Excellence Award” from the American Advertising Federation Tucson.

Lovallo grew up in Tucson and is a graduate of the University of Arizona.  At the U of A she earned a bachelor’s degree in English, was the Student Body Vice President and played on Arizona’s Women’s basketball team.

Coffee with Creatives – July

CartelJoin us and connect to other community creatives on July, 29th. Stop by on your way into work, or spend the whole morning with us! TYP is partnering with Cartel to put on Coffee with Creatives at 8:30am at their downtown location.

Come help us celebrate & cultivate the creatives in the Tucson community!

Cartel Coffee

210 E Broadway Blvd, Tucson, AZ, Tucson, Arizona 85701

We hope to see you there!

 

Arts for All Talent Show

Arts for All (A4A) is holding its annual talent show on Saturday, July 23rd from 2PM to 3PM and TYP is very excited to be involved. There are many ways you can contribute to this great event including volunteer opportunities, or by simply just attending a great variety show filled with song and dance!

Here are the details:

WHERE: Pima Community College – West Campus – 2202 West Anklam Road, Tucson, AZ 85745

Volunteer Opportunity #1: On Friday, July 22nd (the day before the show), Arts for All needs a couple volunteers to help set up the art gallery. Time is to be determined.

Volunteer Opportunity #2: On Saturday, July 23rd (the day of the show) they will need help with signing people in and out of the venue. There will be 4 shifts with 2 people assigned to each. The shifts will be:

  • 8AM to 10AM
  • 10AM to Noon
  • Noon to 2PM
  • 2PM to 4PM

Volunteer Opportunity #3:  A4A needs 2 to 4 Ushers to show people to their seats for the show from 1PM to 2:30PM.

Just-for-Fun Opportunity! Attend the show! On Saturday, July 23rd from 2PM to 3PM. No RSVP needed for this opportunity, simply show up. It is $10 at the door.

Volunteer Opportunity #4: A4A needs 4 to 6 people to help clean up the gallery and back stage after the show from 3PM to 4PM Ushers to show people to their seats from 1PM to 2:30PM

We’re looking forward to having you join us that day!

~*~ If you cannot attend, but would like to donate to Arts for All instead, please donate by selecting our donation “ticket” option!!  100% of donations will go directly to Arts for All. ~*~

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