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July 24 | 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM


When you’re looking to get promoted or find a new job, it’s not about doing great work. It’s making sure that the right people know about it. Networking is one of the most important factors to building your career and may just land you that next job or project. The most successful networkers build genuine relationships and give more than they receive. They go beyond thinking, “What’s in it for me?” to ask “How can I help?” Learn more about how you can be a great networker and network your way to success!


MONDAY, JULY 24 2017

5:30 PM: Registration | Networking

6:30 PM: Introductions | Keynote Mercy Tolentino Steenwyck

7:30 PM: Mentor Roundtables

8:30 PM: Announcements | Closing

Appetizers will be served.

WHERE: Southern California Edison, GO-1, Employee Lounge – 2244 Walnut Grove Ave., Rosemead, CA 91770

WHO: Open to all

COST: Mentors & 2017 Mentees: free | Guests: $25

RSVP by Thursday, July 20, 2017: http://aapa.abcptsa.org

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Mercy Tolentino Steenwyk, President & CEO of ForensisGroup

As the President and CEO of ForensisGroup, Mercy Tolentino Steenwyk has grown her nationwide expert and consulting firm into a multi-million dollar business. Ms. Steenwyk founded the California expert resource group in 1991 with just ten engineers. Today, the firm boasts over 3,000 consultants and experts in hundreds of technical and scientific disciplines. ForensisGroup’s mission is to bring the best minds together to uncover the truth when something has gone wrong and then, ultimately, improving people’s lives and making the world a safer and better place. ForensisGroup has been recognized as one of the Top 100 Women-Owned Businesses and Top Minority-Owned Businesses in Los Angeles for the past several years. It serves over 15,000 clients in 20,000 litigation cases nationwide.


Ms. Steenwyk serves on the board of directors for the American Red Cross in the San Gabriel Pomona Valley Chapter and is a Community Board member of Youth Business Alliance. Steenwyk’s mission is to educate as many children as possible and to challenge business leaders to drive their companies with a higher purpose.  In addition, Steenwyk runs ForensisGroup Give Back Program which through Empowerment Through Education provides scholarships to 50 students.  The program also provides meals to malnourished children two times a week in the Philippines and supports other causes. In partnership with the American Red Cross, Steenwyk raised close to $30,000 for the victims of Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines by matching various donations. Steenwyk was one of the top Five Finalists in Women Making a Difference in Los Angeles. She paints, writes essays and poetry and travels.


July 24
5:30 PM - 8:30 PM


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