Martha Arradondo is a certified meeting planner with over 20 years experience. Martha was employed at U S WEST Communications, now Qwest, as Manager of the Network Employee Meetings & Events.
Martha designed programs for 23,000 employees within the company’s 14-state region. She recently worked with Carlson Leisure Travel where she planned the
ir international programs in Dubai, Rome, and Germany.
Martha is also the founder of APG, an event management company. Martha’s memberships include: Meeting Professionals International (MPI), where she served on the board in 1999; National Coalition of Black Meeting Planners, (NCBMP); (GMCVB); Special Interest Group for Independent Meeting Planners (SIG); and, a founding member of the Metropolitan African American Chamber.
Her expertise comes from the corporate arena and represents the vertical markets of venture capital companies, associations, education, healthcare, city/state governments.
Martha was interviewed by Kim Patterson for her piece on BWOC to dispel the rumor that African American women are not interested in the game of golf.