Restaurant Loss Prevention &
Security Association to Present Executive Development Program
25 – The Restaurant Loss Prevention & Security Association (RLPSA) has
announced they will present an Executive Development program as one if its
General Session assignments during the 35th
RLPSA 2014 Annual Conference, August 3-6, in Orlando. RLSPA is the leading
trade association for loss prevention, security, safety and risk management
professionals in the QSR and casual dining restaurant industry.
The executive development and learning program gives registered attendees an
opportunity to talk to executives from various industries whose companies have
successfully integrated Operations and Loss Prevention as true collaborative
business partnerships, as well as learn what makes an effective leader and what
executives look for in future leaders.
“Whether you are an organization looking to enhance your team’s professional
skills or an individual striving to gain a competitive edge, the executive
development and corporate learning program will provide immense, long-lasting
value,” said Jim Forlenza, Executive Director, RLPSA.
Presenters include Sandra Tillett, Senior Vice President, Stores, Operations and
Loss Prevention, Lane Bryant; Jesus Alvarez, Head of Loss Prevention, Forever21;
and Arlene Estrada-Petokas, Director of Human Resources, CKE Restaurants.
“An outstanding array of presenters will allow attendees to tap into the power
of leading restaurants and retailers with a diverse portfolio of cutting-edge
experience,” added Anne Sullivan, CKE Restaurants and RLPSA 2014 Planning
Committee Chair. “It’s a rare opportunity to learn from influential leaders
across such a large range of business sectors - leadership, HR, strategy,
entrepreneurship, legal, decision-making, loss prevention, operations and supply
The program concludes an outstanding lineup of general session programs. “It’s
an outstanding opportunity for LP professionals to learn how to apply new-found
knowledge to the real world through practical, hands-on activities and
projects,” said Sullivan.
The RLPSA Annual Conference features executive keynotes, educational sessions
and workshops, roundtables, exhibits, scheduled practitioner/vendor meetings,
and a host of entertaining networking functions. The education program will
highlight speakers from the restaurant and loss prevention and security
industry, presenting real-world topics and best practices, offering a host of
solutions and insights for everyday situations. RLPSA will be announcing other
major industry speakers over the next several weeks.
For up to date speaker and conference information, or other event info, please
www.RLPSA.com. For more information about RLPSA or the annual conference,
please contact Jim Forlenza, Executive Director,
firstname.lastname@example.org, or at 240-252-5542.