Author: Jeannette Garcia

Hispanic Chamber previews 86th Texas Legislative Session during Event featuring Texas Senate and House Representatives!

On Tuesday, the San Antonio Hispanic Chamber hosted our Legislative Luncheon event at the Westin Riverwalk that previewed the 86th Texas Legislative Session with four prominent local members of the Bexar County delegation: Senator Pete Flores, State Representative Barbara Gervin-Hawkins, State Representative Diego M. Bernal, and State Representative-elect Steve Allison. Topics of discussion included education,…

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San Antonio Chamber of Commerce and San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Announce 44th Class of Leadership San Antonio

The San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and the San Antonio Chamber of Commerce today announce the 62 individuals who will make up the 44th class of Leadership San Antonio (LSA). Since 1975, LSA has long been recognized as San Antonio’s premiere leadership development program, providing participants the opportunity to experience new ways of serving our…

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Graduate of San Antonio Hispanic Chamber’s Latina Leadership Institute Elected to Office, First of its Kind for Program

Veronica Vasquez, a local attorney and graduate of the San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce’s (SAHCC) second Latina Leadership Institute (LLI) cohort, is the judge-elect for Bexar County Probate Court No. 2 winning with 57% of the vote in the 2018 mid-term election. Veronica Vasquez stated, “As a Latina, and the first person of color…

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San Antonio Hispanic Chamber seeking highly-qualified individuals to apply for Permanent President and CEO Position

The San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is currently seeking highly-qualified applicants for the organization’s President & Chief Executive Officer (CEO) position. The President & CEO is the key executive leader of the Hispanic Chamber. The position reports directly to the Board of Directors. “We are intently searching for someone who will continue to lead the…

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Graduate of San Antonio Hispanic Chamber’s Latina Leadership Institute Receives Gubernatorial Board Appointment, First of its Kind for Program

Judy Treviño, graduate of the San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce’s (SAHCC) first Latina Leadership Institute (LLI) cohort, was recently appointed to the “Prepaid Higher Education Tuition Board” by Governor Greg Abbott. The board oversees the Texas Tuition Promise Fund and the Texas College Savings Plan. Treviño’s appointment is active now until February 1, 2021….

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San Antonio Hispanic Chamber Announces Co-chairs of Latina Leadership Institute Class 4

The San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce the Co-Chairs of the 2019 class of Latina Leadership Institute (LLI) are Michelle Martinez, owner of Martinez Communications, and Anamaria Suescun-Fast, Executive Vice President/ Chief Operating Officer of the DeBerry Group. LLI is a non-partisan program founded by the San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of…

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Alamo Colleges District Chancellor Dr. Mike Flores to deliver first public address during Hispanic Chamber Event

The San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce will host a luncheon in honor of Dr. Mike Flores, the new chancellor of the Alamo Colleges District on Wednesday, October 10, 2018 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at Embassy Suites at Brooks. The Alamo Colleges District is the largest provider of higher education in the region and the number one…

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Member Benefit: VenturePoint SA

Hispanic Chamber members enjoy a complimentary hour of office space per month at one of VenturePoint’s two locations conveniently located at Stone Oak or the Medical Center area. Both locations include a wide variety of spaces and amentities, such as: – Private Office Space – Conference Rooms – Virtual Office Space – Co-working Space –…

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San Antonio Hispanic Chamber’s Statement on the new NAFTA deal, now known as the U.S., Mexico, Canada Agreement (USMCA)

The San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (SAHCC) unequivocally supports the passage of an updated NAFTA agreement, now known as the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement, or USMCA. The announcement of Canada joining the recently crafted accord between Mexico and the United States will benefit our community and South Texas. It will continue to promote free trade and globalization, two prime tools that bolster economic growth.

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