Progressively serving the Lake Nona Region with Opportunities that enable growth and success while Supporting our members through their journey.
We offer a monthly evening after-hours, "1st Tuesdays", a "Breakfast Connection" every 2nd Thursday and a "Business Luncheon", every 4th Friday. We also offer quarterly professional breakfast networking seminars, "Contagious Connecting", in February, May, August and November.
We present two Signature community events each year: "Nona Chamber Festival", in March and "Taste of Nona", in October.
Yolanda Londoño is Vice President of Global Social Responsibility for Tupperware Brands Corporation. She directs and develops local and global philanthropic initiatives, cause-related marketing and global giving strategies with emphasis on programs that educate and empower women and girls. Tupperware Brands has a presence in more than 60 countries and over 3 million sales force members.
Yolanda joined Tupperware Brands after six years with JPMorgan Chase Bank in Houston, Texas where she was Vice President of Public Affairs. Before joining Chase Bank, she was Executive Director of Tourism for the Greater Houston Convention & Visitors Bureau and previously served as President and CEO of the Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.
Prior work experience includes four years in Zimbabwe, Africa, where she worked with the U.S. Agency for International Development, and three years in London, England, with Logica Ltd., an international software-consulting firm.
Yolanda is a board member and current chair of the Orlando Economic Partnership, co-chairs Women United for the Heart of Florida United Way, serves on the Visit Orlando and onePULSE Foundation Boards of Trustees, and collaborates with international civic and nonprofit boards. She is an advocate for diversity and inclusion and an active participant in the global movement for women?s economic and social empowerment.
Empathy, deep listening, attention to details, multicultural acumen and strong interpersonal skills form the base of successful relationships and the source of Yolanda?s sense of accomplishment.