ALPFA, the Association for Latin Professionals in Finance and Accounting, has signed a three-year sponsorship agreement with the management and advisory firm Tatum.

“We are thrilled to have Tatum join us as a corporate partner,” said ALPFA president Yvonne Garcia in a statement. “There's an incredibly strong alignment between our individual commitments to promoting quality leadership within businesses to drive growth and performance.”

Tatum is sponsoring ALPFA’s 41st Annual Convention, “Securing a Seat at the Table of Success,” in Washington, D.C., this week. The convention is ALPFA’s largest event of the year and typically draws approximately 3,000 people over four days. On Monday, Tatum held a workshop session on human capital trends and the benefits of flexible talent models.

“Tatum and ALPFA share the same goal: to bring the best leadership talent to the market, helping companies achieve their business objectives,” said Tatum president Karen Macleod. “In today’s economy, making connections with great talent and bringing it into your organization gives you a clear strategic advantage. ALPFA is a highly effective organization that understands the power of talent and diversity to change business.”

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