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Monday, March 30, 2015
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM EST
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Wells Fargo Home Mortgage
Keynote Luncheon

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John Quiñones, ABC News Correspondent, shares his story of personal triumph in the face of adversity. A seventh-generation Latino-American from a humble family of migrant workers, he moved on to eventually hold the distinctive title of ABC's first ever Latino correspondent. A seven-time Emmy Award winning journalist and host of Primetime: What Would You Do?, John's story enraptures audiences with its powerful message of overcoming difficulty and thriving regardless of socioeconomic barriers.

3:15 PM -5:00 PM EST
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Opening General Session

State of Hispanic Homeownership Report Townhall

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Fresh off the release of the association's fifth annual State of Hispanic Homeownership Report, this townhall will feature housing frontrunners discussing the findings and implications of the report. The panel of experts will weigh in on housing trends, barriers to homeownership, and opportunities with respect to the growing Hispanic homebuyer market. This panel is a must-see for those interested in the current and future role of Latinos in the real estate and housing sector.
Tuesday, March 31, 2015
7:00 PM - 10:00PM EST
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Bank of America
Presidential Installation Gala

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The evening's event is a celebratory occasion where NAHREP acknowledges the contributions of its leadership for 2014 and welcomes in the 2015 National Board of Directors. The occasion is highlighted by the installation of the 2015 President Teresa Palacios Smith and Joe Nery as 2015 President Elect.