CHCC Annual Convention | Los Angeles

This year’s convention theme is “California’s Voice”

The California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce celebrates its 40th Anniversary in Los Angeles, California. Each year, the CHCC Annual Statewide Convention attracts over 3,000 entrepreneurs, small business advocates, corporate representatives, community leaders and government officials. Join us as we unite as one voice, to empower the present and transform the future. California’s Voice, your voice, my voice.

VENUE

The L.A. Hotel Downtown is located in the heart of downtown Los Angeles, CA only blocks away from some of the areas hottest restaurants, shopping, and nightlife.

THE L.A. HOTEL DOWNTOWN

THE L.A. HOTEL DOWNTOWN:

333 S. Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90071
213.617.1133

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The Westin Bonaventure Hotel & Suites, Los Angeles

We’re located at the epicenter of the city’s financial district, less than two blocks from the Union Bank and US Bank towers, with a skyway connecting us to downtown’s World Trade Center.

The Westin Bonaventure Hotel & Suites, Los Angeles

The Westin Bonaventure Hotel & Suites, Los Angeles

404 South Figueroa Street. Los Angeles, CA 90071, United States
Phone: (1)(213) 624-1000

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Please see which registration option best suits you.

MEMBER

$250

Conference kit

Lunch

All sessions

NON MEMBER

$300

Conference kit

Lunch

All sessions

STUDENT

$100

Conference kit

Lunch

All sessions

PROGRAM

Golf Tournament

In partnership with the Los Angeles Latino Chamber of Commerce. We are excited to announce that our 2018 Golf Tourney is in partnership with the Los Angeles Latino Chamber of Commerce (LALCC), and with this event we'll kick-off the CHCC's Annual Statewide Convention!

2:30pm

MONTEBELLO COUNTRY CLUB

Convention Press Conference

The CHCC invites media, press, and the general public to the official kickoff of its 39th Annual Statewide Convention in Los Angeles, CA. CHCC Executives, Board of Directors, Corporate Partners, and Elected Officials will be available for questions.

Speakers:
Julian Canete, President/CEO - California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce
Frank Montes, Chairman of the Board California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce
Veronica Corona, Convention Chair - California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce
Norma Gomez, Interim Executive Director - Los Angeles Latino Chamber of Commerce
Raul Anaya, President - Greater Los Angeles Market- Bank of America
Robert Quintero, Principal Manager, Government Relations - Southern California Edison
Michael Ormonde, Region Bank President, Los Angeles - Wells Fargo & Company

11:30am

L.A. CITY HALL

Registration/Check In

Your first stop at our Annual Convention. Every attendee must register/check-in upon arrival. Official convention badge, program, and swag items are to be picked up at this station. Your badge will be your passport into all breakout sessions, panels, general session, networking lunches, and receptions.

5:00pm

CALIFORNIA BALLROOM FOYER

Convention Opening Ceremony

The Official Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for the 40th CHCC Anniversary Celebrations.

12:00pm

California Ballroom Foyer

CHCC Leaders Luncheon

Sponsored by Bank of America & Energy Upgrade California
[INVITATION ONLY] Exclusive event for Hispanic Chamber Executives and Business Associations. The luncheon serves as catalyst for discussion amongst leaders to advance the economic and cultural perspective within communities.

THE STATE OF LATINOS IN HOLLYWOOD: TAKING OUR PLACE AT THE TABLE - Latinos are now fully realizing their economic power in all sectors of society. This economic power would rank as the 6th largest in the world if the Latino GDP (Gross Domestic Product) were its own country. In Hollywood, content creators (who are the "small businesses" of the entertainment industry) have found power in producing their own stories, and very few have made their way into mainstream Hollywood. For many years, it is the independent producers who consistently create content that speaks to their audience sometimes with little success at the box office. It’s time to RAISE our VOICE and be visible by partnering with our business community for support to propel independent producers to promote our culture, stories, struggles and success. It is time to band together and finally “Take Our Place at The Power Table” utilizing our economic $1.7+ trillion-dollar buying power.

Moderator: Bel Hernandez, Actress & Producer - LatinHeat Entertainment
Panelists: Richard Montanez, Executive & Author
Enrique Castillo, Award-Winning Actor/Writer/Director and Author
Pepe Serna, Actor
David Damian Figueroa, Civil Rights & Entertainment - The David Damian Show

1:30pm

Pacific Ballroom Salon 2-3

Networking Lunch

Introducing our new Networking Luncheons. This will serve as the networking platform to give attendees a chance to meet top business leaders, network with your peers, and forge powerful partnerships for your business. Grab a bite and network!

1:30pm

Moody's

PANEL: Demystifying the Procurement World and Process

In partnership with DGS

Meet procurement specialists and discuss the challenges of doing corporate work and how to prepare your company to get contracts. Discuss pre-qualifications, selection process and how to meet with procurement to discuss your company’s qualifications.

Moderator: Raul J. Medrano, Owner - RJ Medrano & Associates
Panelists: Angel Carrera, Chief of Small Business and Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise (DVBE) and Outreach Services - California Department of General Services
Virginia Gomez, President - Southern California Minority Supplier Development Council
Donna Osiri, Vice President of Strategic Sourcing - CBS Corporation
Richard Chacon, Director, Supplier Diversity and Development - UnionBank

3:00pm

Bunker Hill

PANEL: The Future and Impact of Hispanic Chambers

Small businesses owners have a multitude of organizations and associations at their disposal to help with networking, advocacy, capacity building and marketing. Hispanic Chambers, whether regional or local, play a key role in supporting the growth of small business and transforming economies. This session will focus on forming a collective of chamber leaders dedicated to building sustainable organizations with strong and engaged memberships to address the important concerns and issues of the small business community.

Moderator: Mark L. Madrid, CEO - Latino Business Action Network (LBAN) and Former President/CEO of the Greater Austin Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
Panelists: Carlos Gomez, President/CEO - Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Greater Kansas City
Cindy Ramos-Davidson, CEO - El Paso Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
Omar Duque, President/CEO - Illinois Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
Reuben D. Franco, President/CEO - Orange County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

3:30pm

Melrose/Olvera

CHCC Business Procurement Matchmaking

Presented by Southern California Edison

[FREE EVENT] Join us at the 2018 CHCC Convention for our annual Procurement Matchmaking session! Procurement Matchmaking "matches" small business "sellers" with participating "buyers" represented by government agencies and Prime Contractors. These buyers and sellers will convene for a series of 10-minute one-on-one meetings that will occur throughout the event. This session is limited in availability and is FREE to all small businesses. If you are an interested buyer, please contact Maria Baptista at maria@cahcc.com or 916-444-2221.

*** On-Site Registration Available. ***

5:00pm

Olympic

CONVENTION OPENING CEREMONY – Welcome to LA-LA-LAND!

Sponsored by California Water Services

The official opening reception of the 39th Annual CHCC Statewide Convention and 40th Anniversary Celebration.
*** Private residence - Physical location to be shared with registered attendees. ***

Speakers: State Controller Betty T. Lee
Senator Ricardo Lara
Tarrance Frierson, Sr. Diversity and Inclusion Consultant - Southern California Edison
Gilbert R. Vazquez, Chairman of the Board - Los Angeles Latino Chamber of Commerce

First bus pickup at The L.A. Grand Hotel Downtown at 5:00pm.

10:00pm

LA CAÑADA FLINTRIDGE MANSION

Registration

Your first stop at our Annual Convention. Every attendee must register/check-in upon arrival. Official convention badge, program, and swag items are to be picked up at this station. Your badge will be your passport into all breakout sessions, panels, general session, networking lunches, and receptions.

4:00pm

California Ballroom Foyer

Continental Breakfast

Energize and Go! Kick off your day with complimentary continental breakfast for convention attendees.

9:30am

California Ballroom Foyer

WORKSHOP – How to Sell Globally!

In Partnership with eBay

eBay’s Global Export Specialist, Tomas Ponce De Leon, will take the audience through the new trends in global ecommerce. Attendees will understand the developments in logistics, payments and overall adoption of e-commerce across the globe and how emerging markets represent a tremendous opportunity for small business across the U.S. Through its presence in 190 countries and reaching over 170 million buyers, eBay is a leader in cross border e-commerce. eBay has built the capabilities and the tools to help you export and succeed in global trade. Tomas will share logistical solutions and marketing tools by proving a real-life story of an eBay seller and how you too can become a successful global seller.

Presenter: Tomas Ponce De Leon, Senior Manager of Exports - eBay

10:30am

Pacific Ballroom Salon 1

PANEL – California Employer’s Guide to Workers’ Compensation

In Partnership with the California Lawyers Association

The panel will cover topics such as the obligation to carry workers’ compensation insurance, types of injuries that are recognized in California, time limits to pursue and defend against claims, the current state of access to medical treatment for injured workers, and indemnity benefits owed to injured employees.

Panelists:
Maria A. Sager, Esq., Boxer and Gerson, LLP
Judge Sharon Velzy, Van Nuys Workers’ Compensation District Office
Elizabeth Furlow, LewisBrisbois

11:00am

Hollywood/Highland

PANEL: Decoding International Trade

In Partnership with Comerica, Global SF and EXIM Bank

As technology advances, globalization has become a determining factor in the success of California business owners, both large and small. As an audience member you will gain industry trends and insight in the international market, trade agreement impacts, opportunities for engagement for both existing and emerging markets California Small business owners.

Moderator: Sam Driggers, CEcD., Director, Special Projects - GlobalSF
Panelists: Jolynn Vallejo, Director - Latin SF
LaTaunya R. Darden, Business Development Specialist - Minority and Women Owned Business & Multiplier Outreach Division - Export-Import Bank of the United States
Steve Savoldelli, Vice President - Comerica Bank
Veronica M. Contreras, Vice President of Sales & Marketing - Co-Production International

11:45am

Pacific Ballroom 2-3

PANEL: Building Resiliency: Managing the Impact of Increased Wildfires

In Partnership with Southern California Edison

The 2017 California wildfire season was the most destructive on record, killing 43 people, damaging over 10,000 structures, and generating about $180 billion in recovery expenditures across the State. Hear from a panel of experts on what it will take to rebuild, recuperate and prevent this type of devastation from happening again in order to keep our communities safe.

Moderator: TBD
Panelists: Laura Genao, Managing Director of State Regulatory Affairs - Southern California Edison

11:45am

Pacific Ballroom Salon 1

Networking Lunch

Introducing our new Networking Luncheons. This will serve as the networking platform to give attendees a chance to meet top business leaders, network with your peers, and forge powerful partnerships for your business. Grab a bite and network!

12:15

Moody's

INTERNATIONAL TRADE & SMALL BUSINESS GENERAL SESSION – California’s Voice, a Global Voice

Sponsored by eBay and Southern California Edison

International trade and investment have become a critical component of California’s economic growth and engine for job creation. Hispanic Small Businesses support the 4.4 million international trade jobs in California.

Special Feature: CAVoice - A Fireside Chat with California Gubernatorial Candidate John Cox

Speakers:
Dominique Hollins, Seller Diversity Ambassador - eBay
Jim MacLellan, Director of Trade Development - Port of Los Angeles
[Keynote] Carlos J. Valderrama, President - Center for Global Trade & Foreign Investment
The Honorable Gaddi H. Vasquez, Senior Vice President, Government Affairs - Southern California Edison
Mayor Angel Perez Otero, Mayor of Guaynabo, Puerto Rico

Regional Small Business Awards
Inland Empire Region: NIR Plumbing
Central Region: AmeriGuard Security Services, Inc.
Northern Region: Multi Vision Latina, LLC
Southern Region: Feliciano Serrano Kidney and Vascular Access Center of California

Veteran's Award: Joel Ortiz

2:00pm

California Grand Ballroom

PANEL: The Stories Behind DACA

In Partnership with the CHCC Foundation In honoring California's Voice, this year’s CAPS cohort is shedding light to recognize the voice of an important community that plays a significant role in shaping the American economy, culture and diversity, DACA recipients. On September 5, 2017, the Trump Administration rescinded the DACA Program. This policy changes created fear and uncertainty for thousands of undocumented youth around the country. The presentation will address some of the legal and educational hardships DACA recipients currently face and will focus on the benefits of this program for businesses in California and across the nation. Join the discussion, hear personal stories directly from DACA recipients, and stand with us in solidarity as we support them and the undocumented community. With your help, we can be a stronger California Voice! The time to act is NOW.

Show your support for DACA Recipients by signing the petition to pass the Dream Act AND donating to the DACA Renewal Fund under United We Dream, the largest youth led community in the country!

Speakers: CHCC Foundation “Creating A Path to Success” Cohort 2018

3:15pm

Olympic

WORKSHOP: How Robotics and AI Will Disrupt The Latino Labor Market – And How To Prepare For It

In partnership with Bank of America and SEI Consult

Automation will take a huge bite out of the Latino job market. Come learn which jobs will be impacted, when, where and most importantly how to prepare for it today!

Presenter: Johannes Moenius, Founding Director - The Institute of Spatial Economic Analysis

3:15pm

Ballroom Salon 2-3

PANEL: Powering California

In Partnership with California Resources Corporation and Western States Petroleum Association

This panel brings together four experts who will share their experiences working on issues including energy, energy security, decreasing our dependence on foreign supplies, and the movement towards clean energy in California. By exploring the common interest of putting Californians to work, how do we collaborate to create jobs, economic opportunities, healthier environment for California and future generations.

Moderator: Jose Atilio Hernandez, President - Ideate California
Speakers: Margita Thompson, Vice President, Communications - California Resource Corporation
Nicole Parra, Manager, California State Government Affairs - Andeavor
Argelia Leon, Manager, Strategic Partnerships - Western States Petroleum Association

3:15pm

Pacific Ballroom Salon 1

Hispanic Shark Tank

Sponsored by Bank of America

The CHCC Hispanic Shark Tank is the premier platform for Latino Start-ups in California to connect with angel and venture investors. This live event is the platform for Start-ups to have direct access to potential investors who can help take their business ventures to the next level.

MC: Eric F. Gonzalez, Bank of America Merrill Lynch
Sharks: Jesus Arguelles, Founder - Arguelles Capital
Carmen Palafox, Investment Partner - MiLA.vc
Joncarlo Mark, Founder - Upwelling Capital Group LLC.
Startups: DeSanti, Infanttech, and Star World Inc.

5:00om

California Grand Ballroom

TALLER: Planeado Las Actividades Bàsicas Digitales

En Colaboración con Get in Motion Entrepreneurs

Organizaciones y negocios constantemente enfrentan el siguiente reto ¿Cómo me promociono en el internet? Con tantos cambios y novedades en la tecnología es muy fácil confundirse e incluso intimidarse al momento de querer invertir en publicidad para el negocio o la organización. En esta plática hablaremos de cómo iniciar y planear un año de actividades para: Tu Website, Google Reviews, Email Marketing, Facebook, Instagram y el resto de social media. Al final del taller, estarás emocionada/o y lista/o para iniciar una nueva era digital para tu organización.

Instructor: Armando Ehrenzweig, Executive Director - Get in Motion Entrepreneurs

4:30pm

Hollywood/Highland

WORKSHOP: Understanding Your Customer’s Payment Process: Show Me The Money

In Partnership with Pacific Gas & Electric

A utility shares their beginning to end accounts payable process. Learn how one organization does it to optimize your payment processing experience.

Presenter: Sylvia Perfetto, Manager of Accounts Payable - Pacific Gas and Electric Company

5:00pm

Olympic

Hispanic Millennial’s White Party

In Partnership with JP Morgan Chase

A celebration to our community's future. Hispanics are the youngest major racial/ethnic group in California and across the United States. The CHCC recognizes their contribution and potential to drive the economic growth and small business prosperity.

Speakers: Senator Ricardo Lara, Senate District 64 - California State Senate
Controller Betty Yee - California State Board of Equalization

Hispanic Millennials Awardees:
Oscar De La Hoya Community Excellence Award: Eutiquio Chapa III, Latino Business Action Network

10:00pm

California Grand Ballroom

Registration

Your first stop at our Annual Convention. Every attendee must register/check-in upon arrival. Official convention badge, program, and swag items are to be picked up at this station. Your badge will be your passport into all breakout sessions, panels, general session, networking lunches, and receptions.

4:00pm

California Ballroom Foyer

Continental Breakfast

Energize and Go! Kick off your day with complimentary continental breakfast for convention attendees.

9:30am

California Ballroom Foyer

Business Expo

Find valuable new business relationships with top vendors that help business owners take strategic actions into effective and solution-driven results.

2:00pm

Pacific Ballroom 2-3

Central Regional Elections & Meeting

Open Positions: Regional Chair (1); Regional Director (2). Special onsite check-in is required for delegates.

10:00am

Olympic

Northern Region Meeting

Third Regional Meeting. No Elections.

10:00am

Hollywood/Highland

Inland Empire Regional Elections & Meeting

Open Positions: Regional Chair (1); Regional Director (2). Special onsite check-in is required for delegates.

10:00am

Bunker Hill

Southern Region Meeting

Third Regional Meeting. No Elections.

10:00am

Pacific Ballroom 1

LatinaTalks

A engaging free-style discussion on the empowerment and the pressing issues impacting Latinas in the workplace, Corporate America, and elected office. This group of dynamic Latinas will analyze current issues through the lenses of leadership, diversity, purpose, passion, and community.

Moderator: Veronica Corona, President, CM Cleaning Solutions
Panelists: Brenna Butler Garcia, Vice President, Community Relations - A.G. Spanos Companies
Christina Sanchez Camino, Senior Partner - Milagro Strategy Group
Gloria Burton, Program Manager, Supplier Diversity & Development - Southern California Edison
January Lau, Real Estate Advisor and Consultant - Keller Williams Realty-Bakersfield

11:45am

Pacific Ballroom 2-3

PANEL: Are You Prepared For The Cybersecurity Challenge?

Sponsored by AT&T

Learn about the new directives from the Federal Government on cyber security certification and what it means to your company. Also, how the private sector companies are making sure that the companies that they do business are cyber secure. These certifications must be in place to do business with the Federal Government and major corporations.

Moderator: Raul J. Medrano, Owner - RJ Medrano & Associates
Panelists: Martha V. Daniel, Founder, President/CEO - Information Management Resources, Inc. (IMRI)
Peter Liebert, Chief Information Security Officer - California Department of Technology
Aaron J. Williams, Integrated Cybersecurity Specialist - AT&T

11:45am

Pacific Ballroom 1

Networking Lunch

Introducing our new Networking Luncheons. This will serve as the networking platform to give attendees a chance to meet top business leaders, network with your peers, and forge powerful partnerships for your business. Grab a bite and network!

12:15pm

Moody's

LATINA EMPRESARIA GENERAL SESSION – The Latina Voice

Sponsored by Wells Fargo & PepsiCo

International trade and investment have become a critical component of California’s economic growth and engine for job creation. Hispanic Small Businesses support the 4.4 million international trade jobs in California. Special Feature: CAVoice - A Fireside Chat with City of L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti

Speakers:
City of L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti
Monica Rodriguez, Councilmember - City of L.A.
Marissa Solis, General Manager & Vice President - Hispanic Marketing for North America Beverages (PEP) - PepsiCo
Lisa Steves, Regional Banking Executive Western Region - Wells Fargo & Company
[Keynote] Lt. Col. Olga E. Custodio

Awardees:
Latina Hall of Fame: Doreen Dominguez, Vanir Group of Companies, Inc.
Latina Hall of Fame: Carmen Rad, C&R Custom, Inc.
Minerva: Brenda Rejamand, BD Tax & Finance Group, Inc.
Pioneer: Regina Talamantez, RT Engineering & Associates, Inc.
Rising Star: Nathalie Huerta, The Queer Gym
Female Hispanic Veteran: Ret. Lt. Col. Olga Custodio

2:00pm

California Grand Ballroom

Latinas in Corporate America

60min

Pacific Ballroom Salon 1

PANEL: Cannabis 2.0

In Partnership with WeedMaps, Greenfox Holdings, LLC, and Indiva

California's regulatory climate for legal medical and adult-use cannabis is taking shape. A number of State laws have been introduced and the regulations detailing the specific rules and finer points of those laws are being finalized at the State and local levels. As part of CAHCC’s statewide Cannabis 2.0 Strategic Initiative, this added value session was organized to update attendees on the State’s status of key regulatory and compliance challenges and how these impact entrepreneurial opportunities in this space. Also, the session will cover briefly the outlook and prospects offered by the anticipated $7B+ California's cannabis market including financial and banking considerations and general business strategies for Latinx cannapreneurs to capture part of this hyper-growth segment of California’s $50B agricultural economy.

Moderator: Jesus Arguelles, CCO - Greenfox Holdings, LLC
Speakers: Sonya Logman, Deputy Secretary of Business and Consumer Relations - State of California Business, Consumer Services and Housing Agency
Jessica Velazquez, CPA - Indiva Advisors LLC
Gabriel Garcia, Of Counsel - Kronick
Weedmaps Representative
Lillian Conroe, Small Business Specialist - Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development

60min

Hollywood/Highland

PANEL: Building Leadership Through The Latina Glass Ceiling

Latinas are the largest and one of the fastest growing minority groups in the United States. However, they are disproportionately underrepresented in more highly compensated professional and leadership roles. This group of Latina Executives will share their insight and experience on reaching leadership positions and their work in mentoring Latinas to lead within the leadership pipelines. The future of California’s economic prosperity will be driven by Latinas in leadership and executive positions.

Moderator: Alyssa Rizo, President - National Latina Business Women Association
Speakers: Maria S. Salinas, President & CEO - Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce
Margita Thompson, Vice President, Communications - California Resources Corporation
Mary Ann Gomez Orta, President & CEO - Congressional Hispanic Leadership Institute
Patty Juarez, National Diverse Segments Director, Middle Market Banking - Wells Fargo & Company
Alice Rodriguez, Executive Vice President - JPMorgan Chase & Co.

3:15pm

Pacific Ballroom Salon 1

Annual Membership Meeting

The Annual CHCC Membership Meeting. No General Elections.

5:00pm

Pacific Ballroom 2-3

CHCC Chairman’s Reception

Invitation Only Event.

6:30pm

Moody's

CHCC Annual Awards Gala – The CHCC Legacy

In Partnership with Delta Airlines and Bank of America

Join us in celebrating the 40 years of CHCC, the accomplishments of our regional chambers, chambers leaders, and the CAPS Graduation Ceremony.

Speakers: Asm. Gonzalez Fletcher, 80th Assembly District
Asm. Miguel Santiago, 53rd Assembly District
Claudia Bodan, Senior Vice President, Commercial Banking - Bank of America Merrill Lynch
Paul L. Ruiz, General Manager, Los Angeles & West Community Relations - Delta / Aeromexico Joint Cooperation Agreement

MC: Rosa Elena Sahagun, Attorney At Law/CNN en Español

CAPS Program Graduation
CHCC Legacy Presentation

Awardees:
Chamber of the Year: Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Sonoma County
Executive of the Year: Marlen Marroquin, US-MX Chamber of Commerce - CA Chapter
Corporate of the Year: AT&T
Shark of the Year: Jesus Arguelles, Arguelles Capital Access
John Aguilar Procurement Award: TBD

120min

California Grand Ballroom

CHCC 40th Anniversary Celebration

Our annual celebration.

12:00am

Moody's

2018 FEATURED SPEAKERS

Key Speakers that bring the best information on topics that matter most.

RICHARD MONTANEZ
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RICHARD MONTANEZ

PEPSI-CO

Gaddi Vasquez
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Gaddi Vasquez

Southern California Edison

John Cox
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John Cox

Give Voters a Voice

Castillo Enrique
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Castillo Enrique

Actor/Writer/Director

Olga E. Custodio
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Olga E. Custodio

Retired Lt Colonel

Eric Garcetti
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Eric Garcetti

Mayor of Los Angeles

Bel Hernandez Castillo
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Bel Hernandez Castillo

Latin Heat Media, LLC

Ángel A. Pérez Otero
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Ángel A. Pérez Otero

Mayor of the Autonomous Municipality of Guaynabo

Pepe Serna
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Pepe Serna

Actor

Carlos Valderrama
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Carlos Valderrama

LA Area Chamber of Commerce

2018 GENERAL SPEAKERS

Raul Anaya

Jesus Arguelles

Claudia Bodan

Gloria Burton

Brenna Butler Garcia

Julian Canete

Angel Carrera

Richard Chacon

Lillian Conroe

Veronica Contreras

Veronica Corona

Martha Daniel

LaTaunya Darden

Samuel Driggers

Omar Duque

Armando Ehrenzweig

David Damian Figueroa

Reuben Franco

Tarrance Frierson

Elizabeth Furlow

Gabriel Garcia

Maria Garcia

Laura Genao

Mary Ann Gomez Orta

Carlos Gomez

Norma Gomez

Virginia Gomez

Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez

Jose Atilio Hernandez

Dominique Hollins

Patty Juarez

Senator Ricardo Lara

January Lau

Argelia Leon

Peter Liebert

Sonya Logman

Jim MacLellan

Mark Madrid

Raul Medrano

Johannes Moenius

Roaldo Moran

Lina Munoz

Michael Ormonde

Donna Osiri

Sylvia Perfetto

Tomas Ponce De Leon

Robert Quintero

Alyssa Rizo

Alice Rodriguez

Councilwoman Monica Rodriguez

Paul Ruiz

Maria Sager

Christina Sanchez

Miguel Santiago

Steve Savoldelli

Marissa Solis

Lisa Stevens

Margita Thompson

Jolynn Vallejo

Gilbert Vasquez

Jessica Velazquez

Judge Sharon Velzy

Aaron Williams

Controller Betty T. Yee

2018 MC's

Eric Gonzales

Rosa Elena Sahagun

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