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Transformational Leadership Series Spotlight Featuring Erika Prosper Nirenberg

  • Thursday, March 21, 2019
  • 10:45 AM - 11:45 AM
  • Old San Francisco Steakhouse, 10223 Sahara Dr., San Antonio, Texas 78216
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JOIN US FOR

TRANSFORMATIONAL

LEADERSHIP SPOTLIGHT!

FEATURING


Erika Prosper Nirenberg

Join us at the Old San Francisco Steakhouse for our first Spotlight of the 2019 Transformational Leadership Development Series featuring Erika Prosper Nirenberg.

As the Director of Customer Insights for H-E-B, Erika leads a team charged with helping guide the development of H-E-B's strategic vision and operational efforts by providing customer insights to change the business, gain share and establish preference for the company.

Before HEB, Erika headed the Strategic Planning and Research area for a marketing firm in San Antonio. Some of her clients included: Anheuser-Busch, The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Minute Maid, Simon Malls, the Hispanic Scholarship Fund, and the Las Vegas Convention and Visitor Authority.

Growing up as a migrant in the Rio Grande Valley, Erika now holds a Masters in Communication from the University of Pennsylvania Annenberg School, and a B.A. in Plan II Liberal Arts and a second Bachelor’s of Science in Advertising from the University of Texas at Austin.

She is currently Vice-Chair of the San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, and will be Chairwoman in 2018. She is also a member of the H-E-B Corporate Diversity Leadership Council and Health and Education Task forces and a former board member of Say Si Youth Arts.

In 2016, she received the prestigious H-E-B’s David Ashworth Community Service Award and has received the Corporate Diversity Excellence Award for 2015 and 2016. She has also been the 2011 Women's Service Awards honoree by the Hispanic Chamber, the 2012 Marketing Leadership Awardee by the La Prensa Foundation and was the recipient of the 2010 Association of Migrant Educators of Texas’ Migrant Alumni Award.

A Leadership Texas 2015 graduate and 2016 Chair of the Latina Leadership Institute, much of Erika’s passion revolves around efforts to help improve quality of life among under-served populations through girls & women empowerment, arts access and literacy.


Join us in this intimate setting with the

First Lady of San Antonio to hear more about her story! 

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