August 15, 2017

Eugenio Marlin Named Hispanic Business Person of the Year

Press Release:

Eugenio Marlin Named Hispanic Business Person of the Year
Ibero-American Development Corporation V.P. to Receive 28th Annual RHBA Award

ROCHESTER, NY (July 28, 2017) The Rochester Hispanic Business Association (RHBA), a Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce affiliate, named Eugenio Marlin its 2017 Hispanic Business Person of the Year.  Marlin currently serves as Vice President of Ibero-American Development Corporation, an entity that specializes in developing affordable housing and other structures for community use.

Rochester Hispanic Business Association Chairwoman Vilma Burgos Torres said, “Whatever he does, Eugenio is tireless and a great role model for the younger generation.”

Marlin previously served as vice president for development and communications at Ibero.  He also operated Marlin Communications Group as a sole proprietor as well as writing and editing several Spanish language publications. Marlin is the first Dominican to be honored as RHBA Hispanic Business Person of the Year.  Prior honorees trace their roots to Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Cuba, Mexico, Panama, Peru, Puerto Rico, and Spain.

Marlin said, “I am honored to be named Hispanic Business Person of the Year, acknowledging that this distinction equally belongs to those who in the past and in the present have collaborated in the work that we do.”

The Rochester Hispanic Business Association honors Marlin as the 28th annual Hispanic Business Person of the Year at a gala luncheon September 26 at the Joseph A. Floreano Rochester Riverside Convention Center.  For more information or to purchase tickets, visit the event page or contact Michele Hefferon at Michele.Hefferon@GreaterRochesterChamber.com or (585) 256-4614.

 

Written on behalf of the Rochester Hispanic Business Association by:

Dan Smith
Sr. Director, Communications
Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce
150 State St. – Suite 400
Rochester, NY 14614
www.GreaterRochesterChamber.com
(585) 256-4616
Dan.Smith@GreaterRochesterChamber.com

Note: This article has been updated to reflect the current title of Mr. Marlin.