The San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce has announced its newest addition to the staff. Norbert “Geremy” Landin has joined the team as the new Director of Marketing and Communications. In his role, Geremy will work to build strategic marketing and communications plans to support the vision and mission of the Hispanic Chamber. He will also help educate new members on the resources and benefits that the Hispanic Chamber offers.
Geremy was born and raised in San Antonio. He studied at St. Mary’s University for completion of his bachelor’s degree in exercise and sports science and is currently completing a masters degree in public history, also at St. Mary’s University.
Geremy’s professional background is in growing capacity for equity-based dialogue and in facilitating communications from an equity lens. He has worked as a Brand Strategist for the City of San Antonio and as a Social Media Strategist for several departments at St. Mary’s University. Geremy also has several technical traits including website management, graphic design, and photography. His primary role is to apply weighted focus on organization-based imperatives and execute a strategy that supports each department based on those imperatives.
Geremy has been engaged with the San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce for several years now. Geremy has been a strong advocate for the Hispanic Chamber and has a powerful personal testimony that highlights the true benefits of becoming a member of San Antonio’s leading resource for Hispanic-owned businesses.
San Antonio is home for Geremy and his family. Geremy has interests in Mexican-American and Chicanx culture and history. He spends much of his free time connecting with scholars of Mexican-American history and attending events with a focus on culture and diversity.
For more information about the San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, call (210) 225-0462 or visit www.sahcc.org.
Founded in 1929, America’s first Hispanic Chamber and San Antonio’s only Five-Star accredited organization by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce continues to be the leader in business assistance, connecting its members to needed resources, providing procurement, marketing and networking opportunities, advocating for legislation affecting small businesses and corporations in the San Antonio metropolitan area, and better training to develop the skills of our local workforce. The San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is San Antonio’s largest independent business organization with more than 1,300 members.