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Thursday, April 6 • 9:40am - 11:00am
“Living Your Best Life at Any Age”– Presented by AARP

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Whether you are a part of the Millennial, Gen X or Baby Boomer generation, this session brings a panel of influencers to participate in a discussion on Salud (health), Dinero (financial resilience) y Amor (personal fulfillment). Panelists will share their expertise and insights on achieving balance regardless of life stage. Inspired by the philosophy—that by doing more for yourself you can do more for your loved ones—attendees will receive tips and advice on how to succeed in the three key areas of life.

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Maria Marín

International motivational speaker, national newspaper columnist, author, and radio program host. Her wealth of expertise in the art of negotiating makes her the only Latina teaching the topic worldwide.

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Lynn Ponder

Chief Creative Officer, Webcitygirls
Lynn Ponder a tenacious, passionate and unstoppable latina entrepreneur who shifted from traditional commercial advertising to the digital space evolving into social media strategist, influencer, content creator and producer, with a unique style of positive energy through original coverage. | | Ponder founder of renown webcitygirls.com a multicultural influencer digital platform with the 1st multicultural social media press team... Read More →
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Marco Antonio Regil

Renowned TV personality, public speaker and activist. As the host of the Spanish version of Family Feud, The Price is Right, and Mexico’s hit show, Generation Gap (Recuerda y Gana), Regil is a constant fixture in Hispanic households. He has participated in numerous forums across the world to promote healthy living.
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Maria Elena Salinas

Peabody award-winning anchor, María Elena Salinas, who is described as the “Voice of Hispanic America” by the New York Times is one of the most recognized and influential journalists in the United States.  Salinas began her journalistic career in television as a reporter, anchor and public affairs host for KMEX-34 in 1981. Her insightful reporting on the impact of daily news to the increasingly growing Hispanic... Read More →

Thursday April 6, 2017 9:40am - 11:00am
JW Marriott Marquis, 5th Floor, (JUNIOR A/B)

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