Green Bankers join local powerhouse to support entrepreneurship in Houston

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Green Bankers join local powerhouse to support entrepreneurship in Houston

 

Green Bank played a significant role in the 2012 Charter Member meeting of The Indus Entrepreneurs (TiE) Houston chapter this January.  The group, which met on January 19 at Sullivan’s Steak House, supports startups in the Houston area as part of the largest network of entrepreneurs in the world.  Houston hosts one of 57 chapters of TiE, comprising 15,000 members across 14 countries . 

The event, held to unveil and discuss the Houston chapter’s 2012 initiatives, also formalized the introduction of Green Banker Mia Hinojosa as the new seated executive director of the organization for 2012.  Also recognized were Paco Rivera, executive vice president, private banking and Lisette Galindo, vice president, private banking, both representing Green Bank as a sponsor for the event and annual sponsor of the chapter.

Click here to see the full article on the 2012 Charter Member dinner on VoiceOfAsiaOnline.com.

 

 

Green Bank Team - TiE - 01.19.12

Executive Director of the TiE Houston Chapter, Mia Hinojosa (center), was joined by fellow Green Bank executives Paco Rivera Exec VP and Lisette Galindo VP, Private Banking, at the TiE Houston Charter Member Dinner on January 19, 2012 at Sullivan’s Steakhouse.