Tag: #LatinasAreLeaders

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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Hispanic Chamber to Feature Four Trailblazing Latinas during First of its Kind Event

In line with 2018 San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce’s Chairwoman Erika Prosper Nirenberg’s key message: “Latinos are Leaders,” which makes a statement regarding how the Hispanic community has been at the forefront of economic, political and cultural growth for our city, state and country, the San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (SAHCC) is proud to announce a first of its kind event showcasing Latinas who were the first in their respective industries called Latinas are Leaders,” a luncheon that will be held at the Embassy Suites Riverwalk Downtown on Wednesday, August 29, 2018 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

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Study by SABÉR Research Institute will Showcase Impact of Women in the San Antonio Economy

Study by SABÉR Research Institute will Showcase Impact of Women in the San Antonio Economy

The San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce with our partners at the SABÉR Research Institute will soon release a full study showcasing the impact of women in the San Antonio economy. A preview of this study was showcased during the 9th Annual “Making a Mark on the World” Women’s Awards presented by USAA. The study will showcase the true gross domestic product (GDP) of women in the San Antonio metro area adjusted for household production and equal pay, along with highlighting various items for which women tend to pay more for than men, including investing more on education for their families, as well as “pink taxed” feminine hygiene items.

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