56th SER National Annual Conference
November 18 at 8:00 am – November 19 at 5:00 pmFree
The 56th SER National Annual Conference will be held on November 18th and 19th at the Hilton Fort Worth, the historic landmark hotel in downtown Fort Worth, Texas. This year’s conference, entitled “Partnerships for Progress in an Era of Innovation” will include inspiring speakers, educational workshops and training, informational exhibits, and challenging STEM competitions.
Also, as a part of the 2020 Annual Conference, SER National will be hosting Women’s Entrepreneurship workshops, which will focus on a wide-range of subjects vital to successful entrepreneurship, including financial literacy, business plans, social media, marketing, loans, and taxes.
SER National looks forward to welcoming partners from all across the country to this important gathering.
Sponsor Registration Form
Exhibitor Registration Form
Wednesday, November 18, 2020
PepsiCo, Vice President of Diversity & Engagement
Merary Simeon is a wife, mother, business owner, board member, ministry volunteer, and proven Human Resources Executive with more than 20 years of experience. While working for various Fortune 100 companies in both North America and Latin America, she’s become an expert in Diversity & Inclusion, Talent Management, Leadership Consulting, Culture Change, Executive Coaching, and Public Speaking. Her diverse experiences have equipped her with a deep understanding of the needs and opportunities critical to leaders and associates alike at all levels.
Merary is currently pursuing her doctorate in strategic leadership at Regent University. Merary has a master’s degree in Human Resources from Fordham University and a bachelor’s degree from the College of Saint Elizabeth. She is a certified Hogan Assessment Coach. She also serves on the Women’s Food Service Forum board of the directors and the advisory board of Back on My Feet.
She is a native of Puerto Rico and currently resides in Plano, Texas, with her family. She credits her success to Jesus Christ. “I can do all things through Christ who gives me strength,” Philippians 4:13.