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Leadership Committee

Our Leadership Commitee is dedicated to identify, educate and motivate our members for the betterment of our borderplex. We seek to engage, empower, support and foster the advance of business owners to transform into real leaders of our community.

The committee will always promote the highest levels of corporate responsibility and leadership skills to address vital needs of our city, while developing the next generation of active leaders for El Paso.

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If you want to get involved in our community, building leaders for our community, contact Jessica Orozco...915.566.4066 or via email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

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Advocacy and Procurement Committee

One of the most distinctive aspects of your EPHCC e is non-partisan business advocacy. We believe in effective grassroots advocacy, powerful partnerships, and well-informed and politically-engaged communities. We strive to be on the front lines of local and state issues, fighting for what’s most important to us—your small business, yoru challenges and opportunities. This committee identifies key legislative issues and determines the Chamber’s involvement and strategy on current government affairs.

To learn more about how this Committee can work for your business and how you can get involved, contact Michelle Luevano, Advocacy Representative for the Chamber...915.566.4066 or via email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
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Governor's Small Business Forum

Governor's Small Business Forums, sponsored by the Texas Governor’s Office, the Texas Workforce Commission, and local partners, are designed to give entrepreneurs and small businesses valuable tools, skills, and knowledge needed to thrive in today’s fast-paced economy. Featuring a wide range of instructive seminars and expert speakers offering vital information on both public and private resources, the forums provide a great opportunity to network and connect with industry specialists, government officials, service providers, and other regional businesses.

GovYour El Paso Hispanic Chamber of Commerce has been selected in numerous occassions to host the Governor's Small Business Forum. The last one we hosted was this year on April with a very special guest of honor: Texas First Lady Cecilia Abbott presenting the local small businesses with State of Texas Small Business Awards.

“We are honored and pleased to have been selected for the fourth time,” Chamber CEO Cindy Ramos-Davidson said. “We have already begun planning to make this an incredible event for our local small businesses. As host partners, we have reached out to community and regional partners to present a diverse and successful event.”

The Small Business Forums are designed to give Texas entrepreneurs and small businesses valuable tools, skills and knowledge needed to thrive in today’s fast-paced economy. Forums feature a wide range of instructive seminars and expert speakers offering vital information on both public and private resources. Additionally, each forum will recognize outstanding local small businesses with State of Texas Small Business Awards. Since inception in 2010, more than 100 Forums have been hosted throughout Texas and over 400 Texas small businesses have been presented with a State of Texas Small Business Award. Economic Development Organizations underwent a rigorous application and evaluation process to be awarded a Forum.

 

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Dynamic Workforce Solutions

Can't find a job? Tired of hoping some new opportunity will surface? Maybe it's time to start a business and create your own economic opportunities. The El Paso Hispanic Chamber of Commerce can help you!

Together with Dynamic Workforce Solutions, the Hispanic Chamber will be providing job seekers with Entrepreneurial & Financial literacy trainings at all of the local Workforce Solutions Borderplex locations in El Paso and the surrounding rural counties, to include Brewster, Culberson, Hudspeth, Jeff Davis and Presidio counties. Entrepreneurial Development and Financial Literacy Workshops will be offered in Centers located within the El Paso communities.

Improving financial literacy is essential to our nation’s economic health and right now is a good time to reflect on the importance of financial literacy and its impact on our community’s future financial health. These training courses will help you take the skills you have developed as an employee and potentially turn those into a business.  

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