Brianna Dimas named new Vice President of Communications for the San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

The San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce has announced that Brianna Dimas, formerly the Vice President of Education and Leadership, has been promoted to the Vice President of Communications. A graduate of the New York University Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute, Dimas has much to offer in her new role.

Prior to joining the Hispanic Chamber, Dimas worked with organizations including: Newsweek Magazine, The Daily Beast, The Women in the World Foundation, Scholastic Classroom Magazines, the Socially Responsible Investment Coalition, the Benedictine Resource Center, and America Reads America Counts. At the Hispanic Chamber, Dimas has led the efforts of the Annual CORE4 STEM Program, the Hispanic Chamber Education Committee, the Alexander Briseño Leadership Development Program, the Latina Leadership Institute, and co-led the Leadership San Antonio program.

“We are delighted that Brianna Dimas has decided to take on this very important role with our organization,” said Ramiro Cavazos, President and CEO. “Her expertise and skillset in this area, as well as her over-arching understanding of all areas of our chamber’s programs and goals will prove to be invaluable to moving the Hispanic Chamber’s efforts forward.”

Dimas is a native Texan raised in San Antonio. She joined the Hispanic Chamber staff in 2012, after interning with the organization for two summers through the San Antonio Ambassador Program.

For more information about the San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, call (210) 225-0462 or visit