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Past Events

Office Achievements- Leticia Mendoza

It is with excitement we announce that our Office Manager, Leticia Mendoza has passed her FINRA Series 6 licensing exam. Our office is proud of Leticia’s achievement and look forward to her continued growth, education and commitment. This important examination is not an easy one to pass. Leticia studied diligently to gain extensive knowledge in such areas as mutual funds, annuities, and the regulatory requirements of the securities industries. Congratulations Leticia!


WESST Annual Donor Appreciation

As a board member of WESST, Mark attended the Annual Donor Appreciation celebration held at the WESST Enterprise Center in Albuquerque. Pamela Otero, WESST client and owner of O2 Fitness Studio, was the guest speaker and shared the many ways WESST has helped her, particularly with understanding the financial side of her business. David Hockmuth, Jennifer Riordan and Pat Nie of Wells Fargo were special guests and presented WESST with a check dedicated towards continued support of the Tech ToolKit Program. From everyone at WESST, we say thank you to our many friends and supporters. Happy Holidays!  

Economic Update and Client Appreciation

We would like to thank everyone that was able to attend our Economic Update and Client Appreciation event at Seasons Rotisserie & Grill. Our team is grateful for our clients, and a special thanks to Paws and Stripes for giving us the opportunity to learn more about their organization. We would also like to thank Entourage Jazz for providing the entertainment.


Professional Advisor Learning Forum

 Recently Mark attended the Professional Advisor Learning Forum hosted at the Albuquerque Community Foundation (ACF). ACF was founded in 1981 and promotes fields of interest such as environmental preservation and human services, among others. Our office relishes having the opportunity to work with organizations such as ACF and we look forward to future involvement.

Supportive Housing Coalition of New Mexico's 5th Annual Strike Out Homelessness Bowl-A-Thon & Raffle!

Our office was very excited to participate in the Supportive Housing Coalition of New Mexico's 5th Annual Strike Out Homelessness Bowl-A-Thon & Raffle. The sold out event hit a new record this year raising over $30,000 to aid in the fight against homelessness within our community. Our staff and their families had a great time bowling along side other locally owned companies and we look forward to participating again next year. Please check out the Supportive Housing Coalition of New Mexico for more information on the event and ways you can help!

Sequins, Suits, and Sneakers Gala

Mark along side University of New Mexico President Chaouki Abdallah and his wife Catherine at this year’s Sequins, Suits, and Sneakers gala. Through the partnership between the American Cancer Society and the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC), the gala helped to raise money for the American Cancer Society mission and support free programs and services for cancer patients in New Mexico.

WESST Visionaries Founders Circle

As a board member of Women’s Economic Self-Sufficiency Team (WESST) Mark recently attended the recognition event for the visionary donors. Donors made a multi-year financial commitment to help support WESST efforts. WESST Visionaries are a passionate group of individuals and small businesses dedicated to supporting local economic development through entrepreneurship. Mark along with Agnes Noonan, and Dianne Cambell are seen here showing their support.

Dianne Cambell, Mark Napolin, and  Agnes Noonan. 


                                               

2017 UNM Business Plan Competition

Mark J. Napolin & Associates would like to extend a sincere congratulations to all the teams awarded at the 2017 University of New Mexico’s annual Business Plan Competition. The Business Plan Competition is a seven-month program that awards the student teams with the best plan and helps to launch their businesses. Mark’s participation as a judge allowed him the honor of personally meeting and congratulating this year’s first place winners in the entrepreneurial challenge, Daniel Guerrero and Luis Ceja of Muchos Tamales, as well as third place winners of the technology prize Mariel Varges Haddad and Sofia Verduzco of Timer Glove. See below for more information on these teams or visit https://www.abqjournal.com for more information on the UNM Business Plan Competition.

 

Timer Glove

Mariel Varges Haddad and Sofia Verduzco

“Timer Glove, save time and improve your workout results. With sensors that recognize your hand movements this product will take your workout to a whole new level.”

 

Muchos Tamales

Daniel Guerrero and Luis Ceja

“We intend on developing a tamale-based business integrating important factors such as, excellent service, outstanding food quality within a reasonable time limit. We want to open a place where people could go and eat the best tamales in town, while also expanding and opening more locations.”