The U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC) is a joint venture with Bank One. USHCC invests in businesses that belong to owners of Latino decent and have an annual revenue of $4 million within the manufacturing, high-tech and telecommunications sectors. The aim is to develop a network of businesses that would unify and strengthen the Hispanic community. The USHCC also strives to communicate the needs and potential of Hispanic businesses to the U.S. Government as well as Corporate America.
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U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Announces Executive Changes
Nov 19 15
U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce announced the appointment of 3 entrepreneurs, Betty Manetta, President and CEO of Argent Associates and Asociar LLC; Monika Mantilla, President and CEO of Altura Capital and Managing Partner of Small Business Community Capital; and Rosa Santana, CEO and President of Integrated Human Capital and Forma Automotive, to its Board of Directors. Betty Manetta is President and CEO of Argent Associates, a supply chain company that provides managed services across technology eco-systems. These services include creating new technology, distribution, engineering and installation, decommissioning, and the recycling of technology. Under Manetta's leadership, Argent Associates has evolved from a start-up into a multi-business unit company. Argent has offices across the United States and customers spanning from Fortune 500 companies to Government and Mid-Cap markets, including Alcatel-Lucent, AT &T, and General Electric.Â Betty also founded Asociar, a global Virtualization and Integration company. Asociar offers pre-configured servers, cabinets, data storage and enclosures, which include power, access control cooling, and monitoring solutions to corporate and service providers. Monika Mantilla is President and CEO of Altura Capital, an investment management firm that provides institutional investors with customized manager-of-managers investment solutions, investment advisory, and research services. Under her leadership, Altura has become a nationally recognized leader and innovator in the emerging money manager space. Mantilla also serves as Managing Partner of Small Business Community Capital (SBCC), a Small Business Investment Company (SBIC) Impact Fund that provides customized capital solutions to small and midsized companies. SBCC is one of the few Hispanic-led and Latina-managed SBIC funds in the history of the U.S. Small Business Administration. Mantilla was born and raised in Colombia before moving to New York. Rosa Santana is the CEO and President of Integrated Human Capital, an international human resources and staff management company offering human capital solutions to medium size businesses and Fortune 500 companies throughout the U.S. and Mexico, including Johnson Controls and Dell. She also founded Forma Automotive, through which she won a historic contract this year as the first female Hispanic Direct Tier 1 supplier in Toyota's history to assemble Tacoma truck beds in San Antonio. Santana was born in Mexico and grew up in Texas.
United States Hispanic Chambers Of Commerce Appoints Alice Rodriguez to its Board of Directors
Mar 24 15
United States Hispanic Chambers Of Commerce announced that Alice Rodriguez, Executive Vice President and Business Banking Executive for the California Region of JPMorgan Chase, has joined the organization's Board of Directors. As the Executive Vice President and Business Banking Executive for the California Region of JPMorgan Chase, Alice oversees 600 employees, $9.5 billion in business deposits and $2 billion in business loans for clients with annual sales up to $20 million each year.
United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Appoints Fernand Fernandez to Board of Directors
Feb 16 15
The United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC) has announced that Fernand Fernandez, Vice President of Global Marketing at American Airlines, has joined the organization's board of directors.