Erica Molina named new AVP of Education & Future Workforce Development for the San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
Erica Molina is a native San Antonian, born and raised on the Northeast side of San Antonio. In her formal role, she was a part of the Finance Department at the Hispanic Chamber assisting in the coordination of the Finance Committee,managing fiscal transactions, and processing other various accounting data as needed for the Chamber’s reporting. We are proud to announce that Erica has accepted a new role within our staff as the Assistant Vice President of Education and Future Workforce Development. In her new role, she will be working closely with the Hispanic Leadership Development Foundation’s CORE4 STEM Program, R.I.S.E. Program, as well as our Education Committee. She has been a part of the Hispanic Chamber team for three and a half years. Erica is a proud first-generation graduate from the University of Texas at San Antonio earning her bachelor’s degree in business administration and Management in the Fall of 2013. In the future, she hopes to continue pursuing her education and further develop herself as a business professional in our great city of San Antonio.