Board of Directors Westchester Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
When a committed group of business professionals in Westchester County realized the tribulations that hindered the success of Hispanic businesses and individuals, they decided to take a stand and work towards a common goal: development of Hispanic businesses and professionals.
Keeping this goal in mind, the WHCC was established in 1988 in response to the pressing need to create an organization that would respond to the various needs of the growing Hispanic business community.
As we celebrate the Westchester Hispanic Chamber of Commerce’s (WHCC) 30th + anniversary, I am excited to take this organization to new heights & our renewed commitment towards our goals as a unified business commmunity to lift us all to a prosperous journey.
Our voice continues to grow, our communities continue to grow & we must do what we can to leave a better community for future generations to come. We continue to strive to promote and work for the advancement, and economic development of Hispanic businesses throughout our region.
We continue to focus on the needs and wants of Hispanic professionals in the Hudson Valley, working closely with them address their concerns & interest to grow professionally.
Over the years, the Chamber has evolved into a vehicle that serves as our voice before government entities from a local level and to Washington D.C, to bring about the change that can benefit our businesses & community.
The dedicated team at the WHCC provides numerous benefits to Hispanic businesses and professionals with focused educational forums, networking events, workshops, round-table discussions, procurement matchmaking, and meal events that feature premier keynote speakers from various industries & walks of life.
WHCC also provides members access to Corporate and Government agencies that support Hispanic business development and stimulate growth.
Our defined goals are to increase business opportunities for our members and to foster an environment of economic growth. All our efforts result in job creation, empowering our Hispanic community to level up their lifestyle.
We believe that with the dramatic growth of the Hispanic population in our region, and the establishment of a large number of businesses, new challenges will continue to rise. Only together can we meet these challenges by building a stronger business organizer who listens to your needs and provides a platform to be heard.
The WHCC membership consists of Hispanic businesses, professionals, as well as private and public institutions interested in doing business with the growing Hispanic market. We are committed to facilitating business relationships between our members and the business community, empowering them.
On behalf of the Board of Directors, and the membership of WHCC, I encourage you to join us and support our mission of helping you & your business grow.
Su Amigo, Eddie Monroy.