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YPA Miami End-of-Summer Party 2018

Americas Society

September 14, 2018


Young Professionals of the Americas' (YPA) Miami chapter and friends will convene to celebrate the end of the summer at Cantina La Veinte in Brickell on Friday, September 14. Admission includes a two-hour open bar featuring vodka drinks, beer, wine, and margaritas! 
Open Bar: 7:30 p.m.–9:30 p.m.
YPA members: $30  | Nonmembers: $45
 At the door: $50 
New YPA member exclusive: $100 (includes one year member benefits and two tickets to the party!)

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About YPA Miami:

Our members young professionals in their 20s and 30s that come from a wide range of sectors and are united by an interest in innovation, policy, and culture in the Americas. Our monthly events include chats with industry leaders, panels on the latest trends in Latin America, cultural and social events, as well as policy discussions that provide networking with peers and senior executives affiliated with Council of the Americas.

YPA members get complimentary access to most events, plus discounts and opportunities for select AS/COA programs in Miami, New York, Washington, DC, and the region. Learn more about the network.

Past YPA Miami events:

  • Private Tour of the Perez Art Museum Miami (PAMM)
  • Staying in the Game: Cafecito with Dr. Susan Clancy
  • PULSE Miami Beach Contemporary Art Fair: All-Access VIP Passes
  • Private Mixology Class at the Conrad Miami Hotel
  • Innovation and Competitiveness in Latin America: A Presentation by Dr. Jerry Haar, FIU Business Professor
  • Career Growth and Development Talk with Pepe Brousset, Former Head of Latin America, Caterpillar Inc.
  • A Conversation with Romero Britto: The Artist as an Entrepreneur (Brainfood Speaker Series)
  • An Economic Outlook for Latin America, with Kathryn Rooney Vera of Bulltick Capital Markets
  • Private Menu Tasting and Conversation with Chef ‘Juanma’ Barrientos at ElCielo Restaurant
  • A Conversation with Jose Miguel Vivanco, Executive Director for the Americas, Human Rights Watch
  • What’s next for Brazil? Cafecito with Ricardo Sennes, Managing Partner of Prospectiva
  • A Conversation with Horacio Rodriguez Larreta, Mayor of Buenos Aires, Argentina