As Chief Operating Officer of ALPFA, Migdalia’s goal is to create a future where any Latino can look in any direction, in any industry, and find a Latino role model to emulate.
Prior to joining ALPFA, Migdalia was the Priority Projects Manager for AIRINC, working with the Operations Committee to prioritize company projects and deliver those projects while also managing two suites of products. Prior to her role at AIRINC, Migdalia worked for 10 years in the International Assignment Solutions Group for PricewaterhouseCoopers in the Hartford, Connecticut; Auckland, New Zealand and Boston, Massachusetts offices. She managed clients with small and medium sized expatriate programs and assisted them with the specific tax compliance, policy and payroll related issues unique to programs of this size.
Migdalia also served in the Connecticut Army National Guard for eight years where she learned the importance of teamwork and of working efficiently. Migdalia graduated with a B.S. in Accounting from the University of Connecticut.
She has been an active ALPFA member for the past ten years since attending the ALPFA Convention in Miami in 2005. She served as the Chair of Marquee Events and served as the President of the Boston Chapter from October 2013 to September 2015. Under her leadership the Chapter was recognized in 2014 as the Leading Chapter of the Year by ALPFA and was also honored by El Mundo Newspaper as Community Partner of the year.
Migdalia also sits on Boston Mayor’s Women’s Commission and was recently appointed to the board of Junior Achievement of Northern New England.