Thursday, April 17, 2014

TAMACC Announces Their 2012 Women of Distinction
Award Recipients

Austin, Texas – The Texas Association of Mexican American Chambers of Commerce (TAMACC) is proud to announce the recipients of the first annual Women of Distinction Awards.

TAMACC selected 13 outstanding Texas women honored at a luncheon on May 4, 2012 for their accomplishments, contributions to community and professionalism. The 2012 Women of Distinction Awards luncheon was held at the Four Seasons Hotel Ballroom in Austin, Texas.

Recognizing that Hispanic women are making monumental differences, not only in business but also in public service, education, science and legal fields, among others, TAMACC decided to honor these achievements by creating a new annual community recognition program that highlights the exceptional capacity and business acumen of Texas Latinas.

2012 WOMEN OF DISTINCTION AWARD WINNERS

Dora G. Alcala
Vice Chair, Legislative & Governmental Affairs,
Del Rio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
Del Rio, Texas
Maria Luisa (Lulu) Flores
Attorney-at-Law, Law Firm Partner
HendlerLaw, PC
Austin, Texas
Janie Barrera
President and Chief Executive Officer
Accion, Texas Inc.
San Antonio, Texas
Margarita A. Licon
President and CEO
Licon Engineering Company
El Paso, Texas
Anna “Michele” Bobadilla
Senior Associate Vice President for Outreach Services and Community Engagement
Assistant Provost for Hispanic Student Success Office of the Provost
The University of Texas at Arlington Dallas, Texas
Mary Ellen Londrie
Chief Executive Officer and President
P3s Corporation
San Antonio, Texas
Astrid E. Cardona
Assistant Professor of Biology
The University of Texas at San Antonio
San Antonio, Texas
Lupe Morin
Executive Director
Hispanic Women’s Network of Texas
Austin, Texas
Liz Lara Carreño
President, LLC Strategies
Executive Director, K9s4COPs
Houston, Texas
Linda Valdez – Thompson
Executive Vice President, Administration & Diversity
Dallas / Fort Worth International Airport
Dallas, Texas
Ana Yañez- Correa, Ph.D.
Executive Director
Texas Criminal Justice Coalition
Austin, Texas
Lora J. Villarreal, Ph.D.
Executive Vice President and Chief People Officer
Xerox Corporation
Dallas, Texas
Veronica Gonzales
State Representative, District 41 / Attorney
Kittleman, Thomas and Gonzales, LLP
McAllen, Texas

Thank You Our Title Sponsor Coca Cola
and All The Other Companies Who Made This Event Possible