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Letter from the Chairman Dear Members and Friends,

s A. Medina, Esq Carlo . Chairman shccnj

On behalf of the Statewide Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey, I would like to thank you for your continued support, membership, and commitment to the Chamber’s mission. The year 2018 has been another successful year for the Chamber. Since its beginnings, the Chamber has been a driving force behind ensuring that our community is prosperous and vibrant.

This year we continued to create new business opportunities for our members and the Latino community as a whole. The Entrepreneurship Training Program, many special events, meetings, networking get-togethers, educational workshops, and expos offered our members many avenues to get involved. In addition to our signature conferences, networking opportunities, and entrepreneurship program, this year we hosted new events such as the AECOM Procurement event, the Latina panel, and the NJEDA Opportunities discussion. As the voice of the 119,000 Hispanic businesses and all those who serve them, we are committed to communicating important issues and positions, creating new partnerships, and building new opportunities for the community. We look forward to continuing the collaboration with all our members, hearing their concerns and focusing on the empowerment, growth, and enrichment of the Latino business community in the State of New Jersey. Thank you to all of the Chamber members, Board of Directors, volunteers, social media ambassadors, and most importantly, the entire Chamber staff that has been working diligently to make sure that our Chamber is all that it can be. Finally, I wish you all a happy, healthy, and prosperous New Year 2019!

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About the Chamber HISTORY The Statewide Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey (SHCC-NJ), had its beginnings in 1989 when Business leaders met with Governor Tom Kean and were encouraged to start a Chamber to foster, mentor and train Hispanic Owned business in New Jersey. Over the years, NJ BIZ has ranked our chamber among the largest in the state. As a not-for-profit organization for over 28 years, SHCC-NJ has become the voice of the 119,000 Hispanic Owned businesses that contribute over $20 Billion to the State’s economy. The Chamber is the premier vehicle to access the Latino community and its formidable purchasing power, as evidenced by our growth of non-Hispanic membership reaching 45 percent. PURPOSE SHCCNJ is a voluntary membership network of individuals, businesses, Hispanic Chambers of Commerce and professional associations across New Jersey. The Chamber has been actively involved with various local organizations as well as the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. We have leveraged those relationships to grow our Chamber in order to further serve our members. We are always working to find innovative ways to add additional benefits and value to our members and the community at large. MISSION Our mission is to promote the continued growth and development of New Jersey businesses. We accomplish our mission by: • Expanding business opportunities • Educate and train entrepreneurs and business owners • Encouraging mutually beneficial ties with the public and private sectors • Serving as an active and visible advocate in the political process • Actively promoting trade between the business community of State, National and International counterparts OBJECTIVES The Objectives of the Statewide Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey are: • To provide technical assistance to small businesses, professional associations, and entre preneurs via our Entrepreneur Training Program, regional meetings, seminars, conferences and annual convention. • To strengthen and expand the network of Hispanic and professional business associations at the local and state level. • To identify and communicate the needs of the Hispanic and General business community by increasing relations with the corporate sector. • To influence legislation, policies and program that have a positive impact on the small business community.– To continue to provide strong leadership for New Jersey with the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. • To provide leadership and support for excellence in education NOW for future business leaders.

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Award Presenters

Mylene Colom

Mylene Colom, a native Puerto Rican, is the proud mother of two children, Dennis and Isabelle. Her innate ability to connect with others has served her well as the Sales Manager of the Hispanic and Consumer Markets for Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of NJ. After spending nearly 18 years in the health insurance business, Mylene knows what truly drives conversions, retention, and member engagement-and it is not mastering the marketing flavor of the week.It is how well you connect with the hearts of thepeople you are trying to help and communicate your understanding back to them. Through her leadership, her dedicated and talented team, and strong community partnerships, HBCBS of NJ has enrolled over 48K uninsured Latinos throughout the state. Her passion for all aspects of wellness flows through the expertise she shares regarding the consumer experience, education and best practices to empower the Latino Community.

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Award Presenters

Janeiro Matos

Janeiro, hailing from the Dominican Republic, brings with him over 20 years of on-air radio experience. Janeiro has been at La Mega for the past 15 years, consistently serving as one of the station’s most recognizable voices & talent. As a well respected and pillar of the Dominican community, he was a natural choice to cohost “El Jukeo”. Additionally, the show’s success and his natural talent have made him a highly sought brand ambassador.

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Award Presenters

Raven Santana

Raven Santana is a correspondent for NJTV News. She began her career as a Field Producer/Production Assistant for FOX 5 in New York, while she reported part-time as a general assignment reporter for WZBN-News in Trenton. Raven got her first big break in Springfield, Massachusetts where she worked for NBC affiliate WWLP for 2 years as a reporter. She was able to return back to her home state of New Jersey in 2013 as a reporter for FiOS1 News, where she covered several national stories including the capture of Linden Bombing Suspect Ahmad Khan Rahami and won awards for her breaking news coverage of “The Ewing House Explosion�. She holds a bachelors degree in Radio/TV/Film and a minor in Economics from Rowan University. When she's not working, Raven loves traveling, exercising, entertaining and spending time with her husband, family and close friends.

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Award Presenters

Victor Javier Solano

Antes que nada, un periodista inmigrante, con más de veinte años de experiencia en televisión; 15 de ellos en el área de Nueva York. Inició su carrera en los turbulentos tiempos de la guerra narco terrorista y el violento conflicto cruzado entre guerrillas, paramiliatres y fuerzas estatales, en su pais, Colombia. Washington D.C. fue su puerta de entrada a Los Estados Unidos, donde ejerció como corresponsal del Noticiero Q.A.P. de Colombia, fundado entre otros, por el Nobel de Literatura, Gabriel García Márquez. Pasó luego como presentador al canal de cable, CBS Telenoticias de Miami, dirgido a latinoamerica y la audiencia hispana en Estados Unidos. Su trayectoria, incluye también la ciudad de Chicago, en donde durante cuatro años, condujo los noticieros centrales de la estación local de Telemundo. A Nueva York, llegó como reportero de la estación local de la misma cadena y en el año 2006, se vinculó a Noticias Univision 41, como Reportero y Presentador de noticieros de fin de semana. Desde su época de reportero en Colombia a la actualidad, Victor Javier Solano, ha recibido numerosos premios y reconocimientos pero está convencido de que el mejor y más importante de todos, es el que diario, durante su trabajo en la calle, con su confianza y aprecio, le ofrece la comunidad hispana. En éstos tiempos de incertidumbre para los inmigrantes, Victor Javier, mantiene el compromiso de contar sus historias, expectativas, preocuaciones y anhelos. Siempre enfocado en informar y orientar a quienes todavía creen la posibilidad de una vida major para ellos y sus familias.

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Award Winners

Stella Nolasco Stella Nolasco is Puerto Rico's most celebrated designer, worn by celebrities and fashion elites at high profile events worldwide. Bold, lush, and full-spirited, Stella's pieces consistently reveal a heightened focus on artisan handwork. Ornate fabrics are paired with hand stitched laces embellished with delicate beading. With colors, textures and lines that evoke Puerto Rico's unique aesthetic as it has evolved through the late colonial period to the midcentury and beyond, Stella creates luxuriant, sexy, post-modern pieces that express a love and deep understanding for Latin spirit. Stella's work continues to capture the imaginations of critics and exclusive clients from all over the world. Nolasco obtained a bachelor’s degree from Drexel University in Philadelphia, and was chosen to participate in the fashion program at the renowned SACI School of art in Italy. She has shown at Fashion Weeks in both Paris and New York, to much acclaim. Her designs have been worn by such celebrities as Beyonce Knowels for the cover of Seventeen Magazine, Eva Longoria, Dascha Polanco (Orange is the New Black), Kelly Reyley (Sherlock Holmes), Juliette Lewis, Kristin Moldonado (of the Grammy-award winning group Pentatonix), Cote de Pablo (NCIS), Kany Garcia, and she has collaborated with the Hollywood actor and fashion designer John Malkovich for his line “Technobohemian”.

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Award Winners

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Edgardo Miranda-Rodriguez is the founder of his design studio, Somos Arte, and co-founder of the graphic novel publishing company Darryl Makes Comics with his business partner, Darryl DMC McDaniels. Via Somos Arte, he has a client roster that includes Marvel, Columbia University, Meredith Hispanic Ventures and various Latino non-profits like ASPIRA, El Puente and the Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute. Edgardo was the Artistic Director of Pa’lante Siempre Pa’lante, part of the acclaimed PBS POV Documentary Series which received the Silver Apple Award from the National Media Alliance. Edgardo’s debut as a writer for Marvel has been received with critical acclaim similar to his initial work with Marvel as curator of two exhibitions Santerians: The Art of Joe Quesada and Marvelous Color.

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Award Winners

Ana Montero

As a recovery executive for the American Red Cross, Ana Montero oversees the Hurricane Maria Long Term Recovery Program in Puerto Rico. A native of Puerto Rico, Ana contributed to the Red Cross relief efforts after Hurricanes Irma and Maria, serving in external relations leadership positions. In the aftermath of Super storm Sandy, Ana led the New Jersey State housing task force to assist individuals displaced by the disaster. Her experience in disaster response coupled with her ability to convene stakeholders to develop innovative cross sector solutions, make her uniquely skilled to lead the Red Cross Puerto Rico recovery program. Ana previously served as regional chief executive officer of the American Red Cross New Jersey Region. In her role Ana Montero oversaw all Red Cross disaster services, volunteer management, service to the Armed Forces, fundraising and external relations within the state. New Jersey is home to 8.9 million residents and is the most densely populated state in the country. Montero joined the Red Cross in 2014 as chief operating officer of the Los Angeles Region. She was responsible for overseeing the region’s overall operations and facilities, as well as leading various Red Cross programs. Her work with the Prepare SoCal Campaign involved prioritization and inclusion of communities most vulnerable to disasters, a significant percentage of which included the Hispanic community. Prior to the Red Cross, Montero served as assistant commissioner of the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs beginning in April of 2012. During her 14 years in public service, Montero also served as a director with both the Department of Labor & Workforce Development and the Department of Human Services. She has been credited for her work on numerous statewide and multi-state partnerships related to community redevelopment, historic preservation, STEM initiatives, industry-retention efforts and youth development programs. Montero graduated from The College of New Jersey and holds a law degree from Rutgers University. She is a 2016 Presidio Institute Fellow and Lead New Jersey 2003 Fellow.

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Special Recognition

Luis O. De La Hoz Luis O. de La Hoz is currently BCB Bank VP Business Community Development, A thriving New Jersey community bank that prides ourselves on hard work, friendly customer service and all the conveniences of local banking. Spearhead business community efforts by ensuring business owner are provided with access to capital to support growing businesses. Luis is passionate about collaborating with corporations and supporting small business owners because of my own journey as an entrepreneur. As a driven leader dedicated to making a difference in the Latino Business Owner market, Luis supports not-for- profit organizations and partners with corporations to facilitate community outreach programs. He helps non-for- profit organizations reach the Latino Small Business Owner market by acting as an advisor for Latino Entrepreneurs. He brings with specialized training, certifications, and bilingual services so business owners and corporations can feel confident in getting involved in the community. Luis is active member of the following organizations: Statewide Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey (SHCCNJ) Middlesex County Regional Chamber of Commerce (MCRCC) Hispanic Chamber of E Commerce Middlesex County Office of Workforce Development Notary Public

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Special Recognition

J. W. Cortes

JW Cortés is a Marine Combat Veteran turned actor, singer and philanthropist. Born and raised in Sunset Park Brooklyn, to inspiring Puerto Rican parents, he developed an interest in the arts along with a desire to serve his community and country. Currently Cortés plays the recurring role of 'Detective Carlos Alvarez' on FOX’s hit prime-time series "Gotham." Cortés is the first actor in history to portray the iconic comic book character in television and film: Detective Alvarez was originally created by Judd Winick's for his hit DC Comics’ The New 52 Catwomanseries. In addition to "Gotham," he has had various guest star roles on Starz’s “Power,” NBC's "The Night Shift," “The Blacklist,” “The Mysteries of Laura” and starred as a Military Operative on NBC's reality television show, "Stars Earn Stripes." He has appeared in feature films including the soon-to-be released "A Momentary Lapse of Reasoning” with "The Big Bang Theory's" Kunal Nayyer, “As Good As Dead” from Andie MacDowell, “Blue Caprice" with Isaiah Washington and most recently "Monsters and Men" based on the multi-award winning short film “Stop” which is produced by the Sundance Film Festival. In addition to actively serving as a New York State Police Officer, he helps raise awareness and funding for various philanthropic organizations, including: the Detective Rafael Ramos Foundation for which he also serves as a board member, Autism Speaks, Maestro Cares, Got Your 6, the Bob Woodruff Foundation, the Gary Sinise Foundation and Boot Campaign. In 2016 Cortés received the NFL Hispanic Heritage Leadership Award, was chosen by the Boot Campaign as a celebrity spokesperson & Hero Ambassador and participated in the critically acclaimed HBO series HABLA Y VOTA. He was also selected by Got Your 6 to serve as an “American Icon” and he continues to support the organization’s mission to empower Veterans by serving on its advisory board.

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Program 6:00 PM – Check-in & Cocktail Hour 7:00 PM – Governor Phil Murphy Remarks 7:15 PM – Open doors to Grand Ballroom 7:30 PM – Awards Ceremony 8:30 PM – Dinner 9:45 PM – Dancing & Photos

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J.D. POWER RANKED US HIGHEST BECAUSE OUR MEMBERS DID.

J.D. Power is known around the world as the customer experience authority. And now, for the second time, Horizon BCBSNJ has achieved J.D. Power’s highest ranking: “Highest Member Satisfaction among Commercial Health Plans in New Jersey, 2 Years In A Row.” We can’t think of a better award. For J.D. Power 2018 award information, visit jdpower.com/awards. | Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey is an independent licensee of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association. The Blue Cross ® and Blue Shield ® names and symbols are registered marks of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association. The Horizon® name and symbols are registered marks of Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey. © 2018 Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey. Three Penn Plaza East, Newark, New Jersey 07105.

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Our vision for the future of New Jersey is one where we use less energy and the energy is cleaner, more reliable, more resilient and affordable.

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Verizon New Jersey salutes the Statewide Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.

The Communications Lifeline program by Verizon keeps the lines of communication open for your family. Under the Communications Lifeline program, Verizon NJ residential telephone customers may be eligible to receive free or discounted local telephone service, including touch-tone service, and additional features such as caller ID and three-way calling. To apply, just call NJ SHARES at 1-888-337-3339 or visit www. njshares.org.

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At Exelon, we embrace our differences. Diverse perspectives enable us to adapt, enhance and innovate. We leverage the power of diversity as we work together to drive progress for our customers. Exelon proudly supports the SHCCNJ Winter Gala. exeloncorp.com Š Exelon Corporation, 2018

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Más destinos. Más unidos. Proud to serve more than 50 destination in Mexico, Latin America and the Caribbean.

United® is proud to sponsor the SHCCNJ Winter Gala.

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Celebrating Visionary Hispanic Leadership and Trailblazing Business Excellence

Congratulations to honorees Stella Nolasco

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Celebrate! Our Inspiration. Our Visionaries. Our Familia.

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Continued success to the Statewide Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of NJ 2018 Winter Gala Recognizing Hispanic Leadership in New Jersey

Serving New Jersey Over 20 Years 1 Serving Newfor Jersey for Over 20 Years! “To meet and surpass our clients expectations. To provide quality insurance products and services. To establish a tradition of professionalism and team work. To leave a philanthropic footprint in every community we serve. To support and promote the spirit of volunteerism everywhere we go�

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Congratulations Ana Montero Recipient of the Statewide Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of NJ

Non-Profit Leader of the Year Award From your friends at the American Red Cross New Jersey Region

Congratulations! " I have know Ana for almost 20 years and from day one I knew she was the kind of person who was going to make a difference in this world and today is just another acknowledgement of her dedication." "Congratulations to her on this day!" - Axel Miranda

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Non-Profit Leader of the Year Award

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Hispanics open new businesses at a rate 2.5 faster than the rest of the population. In New Jersey only, more than 100 new Hispanic-owned businesses are created each week, quickly adding up to the existing 119,000 businesses that contribute $20 billion to the state economy.

Increasing barriers exist, compared to non-Latinos: Such hurdles include language and cultural differences, barriers to accessing capital and credit, lack of a supportive network of experienced professionals, and limited opportunities to scale up into new markets.

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The Hispanic Entrepreneurship Training Program ( HETP) offers culturally and linguistically appropriate business education and mentorship services for FREE to small business owners. APPLY FOR OUR 2019 SESSION NOW SPACE IS LIMITED!

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