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June 2016

Teresita Garcia-Mendoza

Teresita has been a member of the Lunch Bunch Leads group since October of 2014, and has worked with multiple Chamber business owners to provide their employees additional benefits that provide a financial safety net in case of illness or injury. She has also been a leader in referring and connecting her Lunch Bunch group members with other businesses in order to help grow their respective businesses.

Teresita graduated from FIU in 1989 with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Management and International Business. After managing the financial departments for three global companies, she changed careers and became a Specialty Pharmaceutical Representative for Bristol-Myers Squibb and later with Novartis Pharmaceuticals where she earned multiple sales and leadership awards. Always wanting to own her own business, Teresita took a risk and started her own business in October of 2012 representing Aflac as an Independent Agent. She has made her business a success and has again won multiple awards and recognition for her sales and leadership. Teresita attributes her success to her honesty and customer service. Business owners and policyholders alike can always count on her.

As a Cuban American, Teresita is involved in the organization M.A.R. Por Cuba (Mothers and Women Against Repression for Cuba). This organization works worldwide in bringing to light, and trying to bring about change, regarding the human rights violations that occur on a daily basis under the dictatorship of the Castro Regime in Cuba. In addition, Teresita currently serves as the President of her Condominium Board here in Fort Lauderdale, and is proud of previously being the first female Rear Commodore of the Seabird Yacht Club.

During her free time, Teresita is an avid golfer and skier. She also enjoys boating, traveling, theatre, and sporting events. You may see Teresita at many of the Chamber and Tower Club networking events.

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