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National Conference of Puerto Rican Women, Inc.
Miami Chapter
in celebraton of
2010 Women’s History Month present the
Alicia Baró Achievement Award 2010 Honoree Elizabeth Erazo Baez

NACOPRW Alicia Baró Achievement Awardees & Members
Photo left to right: 2008 Evelyn Martinez, 1996 Nilsa Velázquez,
2002 Nora Smith, 2010 Elizabeth Erazo Baez, 1998 Iris Corchado,
NACOPRW President Lucy del Valle Noriega and
Keynote Speaker Miream Sierra.

Sunday, March 21, 2010
At the
Hilton Miami Airport Hotel
5101 Blue Lagoon Drive, Miami, Florida, 33126


Photo: Miream Sierra and Elizabeth Erazo Baez

Keynote Speaker
MIREAM SIERRA
Hispanic Services Director
Memorial Hospital Pembroke Pines, Florida


Photo: Gelyn Erazo, Lucy del Valle Noriega, Elizabeth Erazo Baez and Natalie Baez


ASPIRA FAMILY
Photo: Lucy del Valle Noriega, Daisy Franklin, Elizabeth E. Baez, Miream Sierra, and Sandra Sanchez


Dear Friends of NACOPRW
Puerto Rican women have demonstrated their ability to lead in all aspects of life. Our honoree today exceeds in the arts and thus it is our distinct pleasure to applaud her success and to witness her contributions to the community that surrounds her. It is with great pride that we call her one of our own and wish her continued blessings as she moves forward in her stellar career. She has flourished where she has been planted and helped blossomed many other women, men and children in the community. It is this philanthropic spirit that makes her stand out among the very best leaders. She is truly worthy of the Alicia Baro Achievement Award. She has followed in the footsteps of the great women who have come before her such as the late, Dr. Ivette Arteaga Morgan, the first recipient of the Award in 1995.

President of NACOPRW
Lucy Del Valle Noriega

 

About NACOPRW:

In 1972 a group of Puerto Rican women met in Washington D.C. and made a commitment to support the rights of women.
The Washington D.C. chapter was founded with Aida Berio as the first president. This historic moment marked the birth
of the National Conference of Puerto Rican Women (NACOPRW) a non-profit organization, which promotes the full
 participation of Puerto Rican and other Hispanic women in their economic, social and political life in the United States
and Puerto Rico. Through the years NACOPRW has been recognized for its involvement in the community and efforts
on women’s rights. The Miami Chapter was founded in 1977. Its first Board was presided by Dr. Alicia S. Baró.
For further information about NACOPRW call 305-651-9544.

PROCEEDS WILL GO TO THE NACOPRW SCHOLARSHIP FUND

If you would like to make a contribution please Make checks payable to NACOPRW and mail to:

Carmen Pedrogo, Treasurer
2814 Oakleigh LN
Davie, FL 33328

___ Enclosed is my tax deductible contribution of $_____ for the Scholarship Fund