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    Bruce K Behn
    Manny Espinoza
    representative posted October 8, 2010 by Bruce K Behn, last edited October 11, 2010 by Julie Smith David 
    Manny Espinoza



    Manny Espinoza has been the Chief Executive Officer of ALPFA National since 2002. As CEO, Manny is responsible for handling all external operations-related items for the organization.  His primary focus is on corporate relations and partner alliances. Manny served as the ALPFA National President from 2000-2002. In his role as president, he effectively guided the association in a new and bold direction with leadership and vision and laid the foundation for it’s continued growth to 39 chapters with over 15,000 members nationwide.

    Prior to ALPFA, Manny was a partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers from 1986-2001. He was the Managing Partner of the Tucson office from 1988-1990 and was the Personnel Partner in the San Diego office from 1990-1993.  He was the National Partner in Charge of Financial Institutions in the Process Management Service Group (Outsourcing) from 1993-1995. Manny then served as Country Desk for Mexico and Central America while being assigned to the Mexico City office of PricewaterhouseCoopers from 1995-1998 and was responsible for U.S. subsidiaries doing business in those countries. From 1998-2001 Manny provided Financial Advisory Services from the Houston office specializing in International Litigation Support Services.

    Currently, Manny is Treasurer and on the Board of the Vatican Observatory Foundation, on the Board of Trustees of the PCMA Foundation, a member of the Ascend Corporate Advisory Board and a member of MGM’s Multicultural Advisory Council.

    Manny has proven his commitment to diversity by serving as a member of the PricewaterhouseCoopers Diversity Champion Task Group from 1992-2001. He also received the prestigious Eagle Award for his dedication and commitment to leadership and diversity issues both within and outside of PricewaterhouseCoopers. In 2007, Diversity Edge Magazine named Manny one of the “Top 20 Diversity Champions” and in 2008 Hispanic Business magazine named Manny one of the “100 Most Influential Hispanics.”