Chairman, National Coalition of Black Meeting Planners
(RETIRED) VICE PRESIDENT, NAACP EVENTS PLANNING
After 47 years with the NAACP, Aponte-Curtis has retired as Vice President, Events Planning. During her tenure with the NAACP, she was responsible for directing the internal operation of the Events Planning Department, implementing approved objectives, plans, and policies, provided the overall management and budgetary oversights for all NAACP events, including conferences, meeting, travel, vendor negotiations, logistics, exhibits, and entertainment.
Currently, Aponte-Curtis serves as Chairman of the National Coalition of Black Meeting Planners, an organization dedicated to providing the best tools for meeting planners to succeed and further their careers, as well as to provide valuable content with new, cutting-edge information and facilitate meaningful networking opportunities.
Aponte-Curtis is an independent planner providing planning services to various organizations such as housing, meal functions, security, meeting space, and diversity issues.