U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce: In Her Footsteps Chamber Leader Highlight
As part of our new "In Her Footsteps" initiative we are highlighting the female chamber leaders who are working to make an impact in their small business community. Our first highlight is on Susana Marino, President & Founder of the Northern Virginia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce!
Northern Virginia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce attended the 2nd International Forum of Cooperation and International Investment in Colombia. Participants included manufacturers from Valle del Cauca, the cities of Cali and Buga, local chamber of commerce Municipality Government Officials, the United Nations for Industrial Development, Habitat and Embassy of Switzerland with the purpose of establishing a permanent round table to increase trade in the region.
On Monday 26th, 2018 Jennifer Schaus & Associates in partnership with Northern Virginia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, VA PTAP, GSA, U.S Airforce Small Business Division, Street Shares and Score participated at the U.S Federal Government Contracting Spring Soiree at the Kennedy Center. Government Contractors from all industries attended and the event was a great fun success.
On March 5th, 2018 our chamber President Susana Marino travels to the cities of Cali and Buga, Colombia invited by the Mayor Dr. Julian Herrada Torre to attend an international round-table with the United Nations, the Embassy of Switzerland and Colombian municipal government officials to discuss the future trade and international cooperation for economic growth through import, export and distribution of various commodities through the Port of Buenaventura, which is the largest seaport in Colombia.
Northern Virginia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce - NOVAHCC has officially selected a group of distinguished professionals from the Washington Metro region who took oath on January 25th, 2018 at Valo Park Conference Center located in Tysons Corner, Virginia as the 1st Executive Advisory Committee.
From Left to Right: Ken Gordon, Alberto Marino, MBA, Deborah Bruzzo, Rebecca Singhavong, Rachelle M. Ramery, Juan Fernandez, COL USA (Ret.), Luis Nino, Susana Marino, M.S Ed, Alexandra Rossi-Morell, Ariel Rodriguez Mercado, Raul Medrano