Community | Latina Golfers Association (LGA) Awards and Golf Fashion Show

Community | Latina Golfers Association (LGA) Awards and Golf Fashion Show
 Pictured above (left to right): Actress and avid golfer Aimee Garcia, is joined by LPGA Tour Champion, Lizette Salas.


Pictured above (left to right): Actress and avid golfer Aimee Garcia, is joined by LPGA Tour Champion, Lizette Salas.

Eight outstanding Latina business and corporate leaders were recognized at the first Latina Golfers Association (LGA) Awards and Golf Fashion Show Brunch which took place on January 24 in Pasadena.  Honorees received the “Breaking the Glass Ceiling” Award for excelling in their careers and utilizing golf as a business tool. LGA also honored actress/golfer Aimee Garcia, who was recently profiled in Golf Digest Magazine, and LPGA Tour Champion, Lizette Salas.

Pictured above (left to right): Latina Golfers Association founder Azucena Maldonado with awardees Cindy Vasquez, Agency Sales Leader Los Angeles Metro East Territory at State Farm; Corinne Tapia, V.P. Asset Management at Vanir Development Company; Helen Romero Shaw, Public Affairs Manager at Southern California Gas Company; Gilda Pettit, V.P. Credit Products Officer at Bank of the West; Mercedes Narez, Physician with Kaiser Permanente; Victoria Gonzalez, Member of the El Monte City Council;  and Leticia Chacon, Executive Director of Human Services Association.

Pictured above (left to right): Latina Golfers Association founder Azucena Maldonado with awardees Cindy Vasquez, Agency Sales Leader Los Angeles Metro East Territory at State Farm; Corinne Tapia, V.P. Asset Management at Vanir Development Company; Helen Romero Shaw, Public Affairs Manager at Southern California Gas Company; Gilda Pettit, V.P. Credit Products Officer at Bank of the West; Mercedes Narez, Physician with Kaiser Permanente; Victoria Gonzalez, Member of the El Monte City Council; and Leticia Chacon, Executive Director of Human Services Association.

The Latina Golfers Association (LGA) is committed to empowering women and girls by developing their leadership skills through golf.  With over 1,200 members in Southern California, LGA teaches women how to utilize golf as a business tool in order to break the glass ceiling with a golf ball. LGA hosts golf clinics, golf lessons, tournaments, and outings for women in a fun and welcoming environment to introduce them to golf for their professional development, personal enjoyment and to promote a healthy lifestyle.  For more information about LGA, visit www.latinagolfers.com.

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