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SAN ANTONIO HISPANIC CHAMBER OF COMMERCE STRONGLY OPPOSES THE USE OF TARIFFS ON MEXICAN GOODS

June 03, 2019   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE         SAN ANTONIO (June 3, 2019) – The San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and the United States Chamber of Commerce speak out to strongly oppose the use of tariffs on Mexican goods in response to the humanitarian crisis along the southern border.   “It…

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The Alexander Briseño Leadership Development Program Announces the Class of 2019

    SAN ANTONIO (May 16, 2019) – Celebrating 20 years, graduating now 477 candidates and inspired by a true San Antonio Icon, the Alexander Briseño Leadership Development Program (ABLDP) announces its Class of 2019.  The San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (SAHCC) is proud to announce its ABLDP program’s 59 local leaders who were…

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Chairman’s View: Best in the Nation – Alamo Colleges Wins Prestigious Award

By John Agather, 2019 San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Chairman Whether as President/CEO of my investment company, guitarist of The Juantanamos, or as Chairman of the San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, I am committed to a culture of excellence. That is why I am so proud that the Alamo Colleges District has been…

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The National Small Business Association Seeks Small Businesses to become a part of their Leadership Council

The National Small Business Association (NSBA)  is seeking leaders from the small business community to become part of NSBA’s Leadership Council. Please click here if you are interested in applying.

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Congratulations to our Embajador of the Quarter!

Attention Members, we want to extend a warm thank you to one of our members, Steven Burch, with GSC Architects for being our 1st Embajador of the Quarter! Each quarter, we will begin acknowledging our most involved Embajador (Ambassador), who supports our membership efforts such as membership engagement amongst other members, volunteer opportunities, attend and…

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Nominations open for the 10th Annual Women’s Awards Dinner!

The San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is currently seeking nominations for the 2019 Women’s Awards Dinner to be held on Thursday, May 23, 2019. To nominate someone or sponsor the program visit: http://sahcc.chambermaster.com/events/details/the-10th-annual-making-a-mark-on-the-world-women-s-awards-dinner-3055.

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¡Felicidades! Latina Leadership Institute Graduate Annelise Gonzalez Appointed to The Nueces River Authority Board Of Directors by Governor Abbott

Governor Abbott has appointed Chad H. Foster Jr., Annelise Gonzalez, Debra Young Hatch, Marshall Davidson, Howard “Tony” Wood, and William “Bill” Schuchman and reappointed W. Alston Beinhorn for terms set to expire on February 1, 2023 to the Nueces River Authority Board of Directors.

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San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce announces 2019 Class Members of the Latina Leadership Institute

The San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (SAHCC) is proud to announce the 36 aspiring community women leaders who will take part in the fourth cohort of the Latina Leadership Institute (LLI), a non-partisan program founded by the San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce in 2015 to encourage more women to pursue elected-office positions as…

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Leadership San Antonio Class #44 – Economic Development Day

By LSA44 Economic Development team:  Beth Green, Dr. Bobby Garza, Sarah Chadek and Rita Philip Not so long ago, a group of complete strangers came together to plan an event in three weeks about a topic we knew nothing about—Economic Development in San Antonio. As cities like Austin and Houston explode with population and economic growth,…

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Thanks to the more than 185 local business leaders who joined us in Washington, D.C. during SA to DC 2019!

Last week, our President and CEO Diane Sanchez and 2019 Chair John Agather joined over 185 San Antonio business and community leaders on the annual SA to DC trip.  This year marked the 41st trip our community has rallied around advocating for a better San Antonio.  The group was divided into issue teams ranging from…

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