• Ana Larrea-Albert, VP of Marketing | ALMACO Group



    Ancestry:  Born in Quito, Ecuador
    Residence: Wellington, FL
    What You Should Know:

    Ana has researched women in the maritime industry and international business since 2013, earning academic and industry accolades for her work, including presenting in national universities and at the World Maritime University, the graduate school of the United Nation’s International Maritime Organization, in Malmo, Sweden, at the Women’s Global Leadership Conference. Ana also published a book in 2015, “Doing Business in India, Harnessing Potential,” based on her award-winning research.
    Ana is currently a Think Freely Latino (TFL) Advisory Board member, a new U.S. Hispanic and Latino outreach project focused on Latino empowerment. She served as a Board Member and Marketing Vice President of the Association of Latino Professionals for America’s (ALPFA) Miami chapter from 2015 through 2016, as well as the Volunteer Marketing Director of ALPFA nationally during 2016. Ana chaired the Marketing Committee for the Women’s International Shipping and Trading Association (WISTA) USA’s chapter during 2015...(Hispanic Lifestyle)












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    1. [Sherman, Erik. “For Latinas, the Lifetime Gender Wage Gap Is More Than $1 Million.” Fortune, 4 Apr. 2016, fortune.com/2016/04/04/latina-wage-gap-1-million/.] 2. [Obando, Andrea. “Tackling the Latina Wage Gap.” Equal Rights Advocates, 1 Nov. 2016, www.equalrights.org/tackling-latina-wage-gap/.] 3. [Vogtman, Julie, et al. “Fair Pay for Latinas Requires a Fair Minimum Wage.” NCLR, National Women's Law Center, July 2015.] 4. [Kelly, Mary Louise. “Why Latina Women Are Earning Significantly Less Than White Men.” NPR, NPR, 16 Oct. 2016, www.npr.org/2016/10/16/498135745/why-latina-women-are-earning-significantly-less-than-white-men.] 5. [Fisher, Milia. “Women of Color and the Gender Wage Gap.” Center for American Progress, 14 Apr. 2015, www.americanprogress.org/issues/women/reports/2015/04/14/110962/women-of-color-and-the-gender-wage-gap/.]