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New York, NY, United States, 2007/02/16 - Thunder Electrical Contractors, Inc. president Norka Munilla receives honor.
Women Presidents’ Organization (WPO) member Norka Munilla, president of Thunder Electrical Contractors, Inc. of Miami, has been named the Electrical Contractor of the Year by the Latin Builders Association Inc. The annual award is presented to individuals associated with the South Florida construction industry. Munilla is a member of the WPO Miami chapter and has been affiliated with WPO since 2004.
“I commend Norka for being named Electrical Contractor of the Year,” said Marsha Firestone, Ph.D., president of the WPO. “In an industry frequently considered to be male-dominated, it is refreshing when a woman is recognized for her own considerable achievements.”
About Latin Builders Association
Latin Builders Association (LBA) is an energetic, non-profit organization that encompasses a vast array of individuals and companies related to South Florida’s vibrant construction industry. Since its establishment in 1971, Latin Builders Association has embodied the interests of builders, developers, contractors, architects, engineers, plumbers, electricians and tradesmen associated with the business of construction, striving to provide a vital forum for discussion, networking, training/development, and representation at the local and state level.
About Thunder Electrical Contractors, Inc.
Thunder Electrical Contractors, Inc. is a Florida-based corporation founded in 1995. It is presently doing projects in South Florida for local school boards, federal, state and county governments, colleges, industrial parks, high-rise condominiums and health facilities. Its strong diversified management and electrical background comes from its personnel and work experience.
About Women Presidents’ Organization (WPO)
The Women Presidents’ Organization (WPO) locally and internationally connects top women entrepreneurs at the million and multimillion-dollar level ($2 million in gross annual sales or $1 million for service-based business) for greater personal and professional success. In monthly meetings across the US and Canada, chapters composed of 20 accomplished women presidents from diverse industries and backgrounds invest time and energy in themselves and their businesses to drive their corporations to the next level.