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2021 Program Book

America’s Economic Prosperity Depends on More Equity for Latino Business United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce National Conference PG 1


Chase for Business proudly supports the 2021 USHCC National Conference To see how our people and solutions can work for you, visit chase.com/business.

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Table of Contents

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Welcome Letters 09

26 Overview

Ramiro A. Cavazos President & CEO United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

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Carlos A. Becerra Group Manager Customer Experience Strategy Toyota Motor North America

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Charlie Scharf CEO Wells Fargo & Co.

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Aleida Rios Senior Vice President Engineering bp America Jacquelyn Puente Executive Director External Affairs Comcast Corporation Raul A. Anaya President Business Banking & Greater Los Angeles Bank of America

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Conference Schedule & Workshops

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Advisory Boards

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Sunday, September 26

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USHCC Programs

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Monday, September 27

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USHCC Educational Fund Programs

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Tuesday, September 28

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USHCC Board of Directors

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USHCC Staff

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Conference Highlights 41

Schedule at a Glance

43 Sponsors

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TOC

Mark O’Donovan CEO Chase Home Lending

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About the USHCC

Alice Rodriguez Chairwoman, Board of Directors United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

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Special Thank You

Corporate Partners 71

USHCC Corporate Partner Members

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Hispanic Business Enterprise Members (HBEs)

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Local Hispanic Chambers of Commerce

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WELCOME

2021 USHCC National Conference! Each year the USHCC proudly hosts the largest assembly of Hispanic business owners, corporate executives, procurement leaders, small business members, international trade experts, and champions from more than 250 Hispanic Chambers of Commerce from across the country at our annual National Conference. The USHCC has combined the highest virtual technology to deliver a historic gathering that will feature new opportunities to strengthen strategic long-lasting business partnerships through dialogue, networking, mentoring, educational workshops, great speakers, and advocacy training- all while focusing on our global economic recovery. Guests will join us from the convenience and safety of your home while connecting with leaders from around the world, as well as in Las Vegas!

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07 Welcome Letters


O U R C O M M I T M E N T TO D I V E R S I T Y , E Q U I T Y , A N D I N C LU S I O N

Supplier Diversity Investing in Diverse Suppliers

MassMutual’s commitment has always been to help people secure their future and protect the ones they love. Our passion for diversity and inclusion is embedded in all of our decisions as it helps us achieve our purpose — inclusive of diverse backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives. Our supplier diversity commitment is one keyway we are working to create a sustainable world that incorporates diverse businesses and provides equitable access, regardless of social and economic status, to help achieve financial security. This will help ensure that the companies we do business with reflect our own values and that our spending aligns with our strategic priorities.

Our Inclusive Approach to Procurement Increasing spend with diverse suppliers by building supplier diversity into all capabilities of our procurement practices. Investing in the growth of 175 diverse businesses by providing business mentoring, coaching, capital access, and educational content. Assessing and monitoring suppliers’ diversity, equality, and inclusion business operations through a new industry-leading performance framework.

“We believe it is an economic imperative to help diverse businesses realize opportunities to thrive. To that end, we’re developing robust relationships with and growing our spend with diverse suppliers, investing in diverse supplier development, and sharing insights to help other companies on their journey to practices within their operations...” R O GER CRANDALL CHAIRMAN, PRESIDENT & CEO MASSMUTUAL

C O L L A B O R AT O R S • Center for Women & Enterprise • Disability:IN • Greater New England Minority Supplier Development Council • International Women’s Economic Council • Massachusetts LGBT Chamber of Commerce • National Black College Alumni Hall of Fame

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National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce National Minority Supplier Development Council National Veteran Business Development Council Ohio Minority Supplier Development Council WBENC-Ohio River Valley United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Women’s Business Enterprise National Council

For more information about becoming a supplier, please visit MassMutual.com © 2021 Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company (MassMutual®), Springfield, MA 01111-0001. All rights reserved. www.MassMutual.com. COR2451 821

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Greetings A Message from the Leadership of the Ushcc

Dear Business Leaders, It is an honor to welcome you to the 2021 USHCC National Conference! Thank you for being a part of America’s largest Hispanic business organization. Our theme this year is the “Your Business Future Begins with US(HCC) - America’s Economic Prosperity Depends on More Equity for Latino Business!” Partnership underscores our mission as a pro-business, nonpartisan organization dedicated to strengthening America’s 4.7 million Hispanic-owned businesses, that together, contribute more than $800 billion to the American economy each year. We are proud to advocate on behalf of America’s dynamic Hispanic workforce. Over the past 10 years, Latina entrepreneurs, specifically, create businesses six times faster than their non-minority counterparts. Before the pandemic’s effect on the national economy, Latino entrepreneurs started businesses at a rate three times faster than the national average of non-Latino entrepreneurs.

Our vision at the USHCC is to be the leading voice to advance Hispanic business potential to drive our American economy. To this end, we have focused our advocacy on behalf of our Hispanic-owned businesses, Hispanic Chambers of Commerce, and Corporate Partner Members guided by our “Three C’s”:

Chair Board of Directors United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Head of Community Impact Managing Director JPMorgan Chase & Co.

WELCOME LETTERS

We are guided by our mission to empower our community by providing resources and adding value to our members.

Alice Rodriguez

Capital – Expanding equitable access to capital through traditional and innovative partnerships, Capacity – Building capacity through programming, training, and new grant investments, and Connections – Establishing connections through matchmaking, procurement, and advocacy. We will strengthen our collective voice as America’s largest Hispanic business organization to advocate for equity and a seat at the decision-making tables in the U.S. Congress, Administration, and America’s largest corporations on behalf of our Latino community. We as a nation must continue to expand access to capital, education, and procurement opportunities to unleash the potential of our $2.6 trillion Latino GDP into the future. We are proud to represent 260 Hispanic Chambers throughout the nation. Together, we will create generational wealth in our Latino community through education and entrepreneurship, and we will power America’s economic recovery. Respectfully,

Alice Rodriguez Chair Board of Directors United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Ramiro A. Cavazos President & CEO United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Ramiro A. Cavazos President & CEO United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

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$30 billion to advance racial equity JPMorgan Chase is building on our investment in to help create a more equitable future and a more inclusive financial services system. We are committed to addressing some of the largest drivers of the racial wealth divide over the next five years, working to provide greater economic opportunity for Black and Latinx Americans in communities across the United States by: • • • •

Expanding affordable housing and homeownership Growing minority owned businesses Improving financial health Increasing workforce diversity

To learn more, visit jpmorganchase.com/pathforward

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Greetings To Chamber Leaders, Members, and Supporters, It is great to join you at the 2021 USHCC National Conference, and JPMorgan Chase is proud to participate again this year and support the mission of helping Hispanic businesses grow. As we rebuild our economy from the effects of the pandemic, Latino business owners are playing a fundamental role in helping us drive a more inclusive recovery.

Mark O’Donovan

We announced specific home lending and small business lending commitments in October 2020 and our team has been working tenaciously to help us deliver on those commitments over the course of 5 years. In the process, we are working locally to learn understand the barriers that are holding communities back and identifying solutions to help solve them.

CEO Chase Home Lending

Executive Sponsor JPMorgan Chase Racial Equity Commitment

WELCOME LETTERS

Two of the main ways to build wealth in our country are homeownership and small business ownership, and that is why our $30 billion commitment to advance racial equity has a strong focus on these two areas. To make America work for more of us, we need to help more people gain access to capital, resources, information, policies and processes that can help broaden opportunities for Hispanic and Black communities.

An important part of that work is working with organizations like yours. The only way to address systemic challenges is to work together. That is why this conference and your work is incredibly important in helping identify the policies and insights needed to help businesses of all sizes stay open, create jobs, and grow. We look forward to the next few days and what we can accomplish together long-term. We also want to thank USHCC Chairwoman and my colleague, Alice Rodriguez, for her leadership in helping our firm get closer to the needs of our neighborhoods. Sincerely,

Mark O’Donovan Executive Sponsor, JPMorgan Chase Racial Equity Commitment CEO,Chase Home Lending

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Toyota is a proud sponsor of the USHCC 2021 National Conference! During this Hispanic Heritage Month, we celebrate Latino-owned small businesses and their contributions to our community.

#VayamosJuntos

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Greetings Dear Friends, On behalf of Toyota, welcome to the 2021 U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce National Conference both to those attending in-person in the Entertainment Capital of the World, Las Vegas or virtually. This marks the USHCC’s first hybrid conference, which is designed to accommodate all comfort levels during the ongoing pandemic and to facilitate and expand access during this challenging era. This year’s gathering is especially important, as it comes while we are all working to regain the pre-pandemic strength of the economy, striving to recover a robust workforce, a seamless global supply chain and buoyant consumer confidence.

It is essential that minority-owned businesses be strongly represented in the policymaking sector as the nation undertakes efforts to rebuild the economy. With 200-plus local chambers encompassing 4.7 million members, the USHCC is a long-respected and powerful advocate to ensure that the collective voice of the Latino entrepreneurial community is heard and its impact is felt throughout the halls of government.

Group Manager Customer Experience Strategy Toyota Motor North America

WELCOME LETTERS

That’s why your participation in this conference is crucial. Latino entrepreneurs are key to our economy, especially in our small and mediumsized enterprise sector that provides vitality and economic lifeblood in communities across America.

Carlos A. Becerra

We thank each and every one of you for sustaining the course during these times and for being here. Your participation underscores the resilience of the Latino business community and our future prosperity. On behalf of Toyota, we wish you a productive conference and a pleasant stay. Be safe, stay healthy. ¡VAYAMOS JUNTOS!

Carlos A. Becerra Group Manager, Customer Experience Strategy Toyota Motor North America

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Greetings Dear USHCC Members and Supporters, Welcome to the 2021 U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce National Convention. Wells Fargo is proud to support the USHCC and its work to promote the economic growth, development, and interests of more than 4.7 million Hispanic-owned businesses that, combined, contribute more than $800 billion to the American economy every year. COVID-19 has impacted all of our lives, and as Americans, we continue to navigate the challenges it presents. As a company, Wells Fargo is committed to fostering an inclusive economic recovery from the pandemic, with a focus on small-business owners, including Hispanic small-business owners.

Wells Fargo also strives to create long-lasting collaborative relationships with our suppliers, including Hispanic-owned businesses. In the past three years, Wells Fargo has spent more than $400 million with certified Hispanic-owned businesses who are vendors to our company. We spent more than $114 million with certified Hispanic-owned businesses in 2020 alone. We’re providing a broad range of tools and resources to diverse suppliers to help them build their capacity and expertise — enabling them to increase the economic impact they have on their communities.

Charlie Scharf CEO Wells Fargo & Co.

WELCOME LETTERS

Through our Open for Business Fund, which we created in 2020, Wells Fargo is donating $420 million in gross processing fees from loans we made in the Paycheck Protection Program to offer capital, training, and long-term support to small businesses, with an emphasis on racially and ethnically diverse-owned companies. In its first year, the Open for Business Fund has helped approximately 124,000 small businesses – and these businesses have in turn been able to keep an estimated 224,000 local jobs in the communities they serve.

Finally, through collaborations with organizations like the USHCC and the Latino Business Action Network, Wells Fargo is helping Hispanic businesses grow by sponsoring business development training and mentoring programs. In 2020, these programs helped support more than 225 Hispanic-owned businesses. We are a top sponsor of the Stanford Latino Entrepreneurship Initiative, which aims to empower Latino business leaders to grow substantial firms that create jobs, develop leaders, and build a new generation of companies. We applaud the USHCC’s mission and we’re honored to work with the organization — and Hispanic-owned businesses — to achieve a meaningful, inclusive economic recovery in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Sincerely,

Charlie Scharf CEO Wells Fargo & Co.

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Greetings Dear USHCC Members & Friends, For more than a century, bp has been committed to supporting the U.S. economy especially in the communities where our people live and work. As of 2020, bp employs nearly 10,000 people and supports over 125,000 jobs in and across the U.S. We are proud of our history in America and the longstanding commitment to the U.S.

Being a Latina woman and a senior vice president in Innovation & Engineering at bp, I strongly believe in the important work and mission of USHCC and its alignment to bp’s strategy. We know the more than 4.7 million Hispanic-owned businesses represented by the USHCC are a critical part of the U.S. economy today – and will be well into the future.

Aleida Rios Senior Vice President Engineering bp America

WELCOME LETTERS

bp’s commitment to America goes beyond safely providing the energy and jobs that drive economic prosperity. As our new purpose states, we are reimagining energy for people and our planet. And after more than a century defined by oil and gas, we have set our strategy to become a very different energy company in the next decade. A critical foundation of that strategy is a sustainability framework with three focus areas: getting to net zero, caring for our planet, and improving people’s lives.

Supplier diversity is an area where our community and business investments truly intersect. bp is one of the first major corporations in the U.S. to create a formal program aimed at increasing supplier diversity. Since 2018, bp has spent $1.3 billion with certified diverse suppliers across three diversity strands – minorities, women and veterans. And we remain committed to increasing our spend with diverse suppliers. Our aim is to spend $1 billion with certified diverse suppliers annually by 2025, and efforts like launching a global supplier diversity strategy, increasing our diverse supplier pipeline, and our coaching and mentoring diverse supplier development program will help us get there. The quality of our work depends on our workforce, customers, partners and the communities we engage like the USHCC. Together we can reimagine energy for people and our planet. Sincerely,

Aleida Rios Senior Vice President Engineering bp America

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La diversidad y la inclusión son las bases de nuestra innovación y nos impulsan a seguir hacia adelante.

They also inspire a deep connection to the Latino community, and to all the communities we serve.

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Greetings Dear USHCC Members, Local Chamber Leaders, Sponsors and National Conference Attendees, On Behalf of Comcast NBCUniversal Telemundo and Sky’s 200,00 global employees, I am honored to attend the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce’s 2021 National Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada. The National Conference is an important convening for the Hispanic Business community, but after the last 18 months of a global pandemic, and the economic fall-out that has struck minority-owned businesses disproportionately hard, I’m grateful for this opportunity to convene and dialogue about how Hispanic business leaders will drive our economic recovry. Over the next several days, you will hear from the best and brightest business owners, local Hispanic Chambers of Commerce, and Corporate Partners. Your presence and participation here at our National Conference – and online -- will not only contribute to more robust Hispanic economic development, but also to the restoration of the American economy as a whole.

At Comcast, we are committed to our partnership with the USHCC and have spent the last year learning from Hispanic business leaders to develop initiatives that address the unique impact that COVID-19 has had on the Hispanic business community. Below is a selection of Comcast NBCUniversal initiatives created in partnership with the USHCC to support Hispanic-owned businesses:

Jacquelyn Puente Executive Director External Affairs Comcast Corporation

WELCOME LETTERS

I want to thank the Board Chair Alice Rodriquez and President Ramiro Cavazos for their leadership and steady hands during these trying times. I am proud to serve on the USHCC Board of Directors and grateful to be a part of a team dedicated to addressing the issues facing our community at a time of so much need. I’m struck by the unity and resilience that has been shown by the USHCC community throughout this crisis, as well as our collective resolve to continue fiercely advocating for a more equitable and prosperous future as we recover the economic impact of COVID-19.

COMCAST RISE & NUESTROS NEGOCIOS – Comcast NBCUniversal launched Comcast RISE as part of our $100M Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion initiative to offer grants, marketing resources, and technology updates to help businesses become more resilient. At Comcast, we’re committed to enhancing businesses of all sizes to offer the technologyforward experiences their customers expect, enabling them to go beyond bouncing back to bouncing forward. INTERNET ESSENTIALS – We know accessible and reliable Internet is more critical now than ever – and businesses understand that customers need internet service to access products and services across all sectors. In that vein, Comcast expanded Internet Essentials, the nation’s largest, most comprehensive, and successful Internet adoption program and increased internet speeds to 50/5 Mbps without raising prices from $9.95/month, the same it has been since 2011. Since the beginning of the pandemic, eligible IE customers receive 60 days of free service. Households qualify for IE if they are eligible for public assistance programs such as the National School Lunch Program, Housing Assistance, Medicaid, SNAP, SSI, and others. To learn more about how we’re bridging the digital divide, please visit www.InternetEssentials.com. I am delighted to continue our work and to interact at this year’s hybrid conference, whether they be in-person or on screen.

Sincerely,

Jackie Puente Executive Director, External Affairs Comcast Corporation

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Greetings Dear Members and Supporters of USHCC, On behalf of Bank of America, and as Board Chair of the Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce, welcome to the 2021 United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce National Conference. Bank of America has been honored to partner with USHCC for more than 15 years. Together, we provide vital support to millions of Hispanic-owned businesses across the U.S., including economic relief programs and bilingual technical assistance delivered at the local level through USHCC’s extensive network of chambers across the country. Importantly, this collaboration extends beyond the national level. Locally, through our Hispanic- Latino Business Councils, we are connecting with chambers in our top 20 Hispanic-Latino markets, bringing access to financial services and education closer to small business clients and customers.

President Business Banking & Greater Los Angeles Bank of America

WELCOME LETTERS

We are proud to serve as the bank of choice for Hispanic clients and businesses – with nearly one in three of our new checking accounts opened by Hispanic-Latino clients. We continue to support our clients’ financial wellness through programs like Mejores Hábitos Financieros™ (Better Money Habits), and providing free, online tools and education through Spanish-language resources.

Raul A. Anaya

As we look to grow our business responsibly, it is critical that we reflect the diverse communities we serve, including our 12 million Hispanic-Latino clients, one million being small business owners, and do our part to help address societal challenges. In support of this work, Bank of America is delivering on our commitment of $1.25 billion over five-years to advance equality and economic opportunity for people of color, including Hispanic-Latinos, and women-owned businesses. This commitment accelerates work already underway with a focus on health, jobs, housing and small businesses. As we continue to make progress on this journey, we thank each of you for joining us at this year’s USHCC Conference. Together, with USHCC’s leadership, we can help advance Hispanic businesses to drive a stronger economy and create a brighter future for all. Sincerely,

Raul A. Anaya President of Business Banking & Greater Los Angeles Bank of America

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Our long-standing partnership with the USHCC represents Toyota’s commitment to build an ecosystem to accelerate Hispanic business growth and prosperity. On behalf of Toyota, we wish you a productive 2021 USHCC National Conference! Stay connected | @ToyotaLatino | #VayamosJuntos

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About the USHCC Hispanic-owned businesses combined, contribute over $800 billion to the American economy every year. PG 26

The USHCC serves as the national umbrella organization for more than 250 local chambers and business associations nationwide and advocates on behalf of 260 major American corporations. We actively promote the economic growth, development and interests of more than 4.7 million Hispanic-owned businesses. Made up of three constituents - Hispanic Business Enterprises (HBEs), local Chambers and business associations, and Corporate Partner Members (CPMs) - the USHCC’s mission is to foster Hispanic economic development and to build sustainable prosperity for the benefit of American society. It does so through advocacy and professional education, and by creating opportunities in corporate and federal procurement and prioritizing the placement of Hispanics in corporate boardrooms. For over 41 years, the USHCC has advocated in Washington D.C. on behalf of our business community for public policies such as access to capital, federal procurement, affordable energy, the environment, health care reform, international trade, and comprehensive immigration reform. The USHCC seeks to offer a nonpartisan platform for elected officials and key decision makers to engage in candid dialogue with the Hispanic business community, and to ensure that government policies and regulations promote the economic growth and development of an inclusive American business community.


USHCC Advisory Boards SENIOR EXECUTIVE CORPORATE ADVISORY BOARD (SECAB)

Angie Garcia Lathrop

Community Affairs Executive Bank of America

The Senior Executive Corporate Advisory Board (SECAB) of the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is composed of a diverse ensemble of the nation’s most respected, experienced, and effective senior level executives who are active members of the USHCC through our Corporate Partner Membership Program (CPM). This advisory board assists in implementing best practices for promoting diversity and inclusion, both within a company’s structure and its auxiliary supply chains, helps raise awareness on issues impacting American businesses, assists in fundraising activities, and informs members on public policy and other issues affecting business interests in both the Hispanic Business community and Corporate America.

ABOUT THE USHCC

SECAB Chair

PROCUREMENT COUNCIL ADVISORY BOARD (PCAB)

SECAB Chair

Raul SuarezRodriguez

Director Global Economic Inclusion and Supplier Diversity Merck

SECAB Chair

Angel Colón

The Procurement Council Advisory Board (PCAB) works with the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, local chamber affiliates and Hispanic businesses to educate, provide guidance, and develop strategies that will advance the level of procurement opportunities for Hispanic businesses within corporations, government, prime contractors and suppliers. It ensures that best practices, policies, and programs that are developed by the Council are reflected within their organizations’ procurement practices. The Procurement Council Advisory Board is composed of members of major corporations from different industry sectors and the USHCC President and CEO. Members are individuals that have decision- making authority or can influence the buy of major corporations. These corporations are committed to support the mission of PCAB and actively engage in its activities and the constituency of the USHCC.

Senior Director of Diversity & Inclusion, Multicultural Development & Supplier Inclusion The Kroger Co.

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USHCC Programs HISPANIC BUSINESS ENTERPRISE (HBE) MEMBERSHIP


CORPORATE PARTNER MEMBER (CPM) CPM program provides USHCC Corporate members with access to a vast array of Hispanic Businesses Enterprises (HBEs) from emerging small ventures to established businesses with revenues of over one billion dollars. Our ability to connect USHCC Corporate members to such a broad network of HBEs is facilitated by the network we maintain with our over 200 Hispanic Chambers across the country, numerous business matchmaking events throughout the year, and our nationally-renowned conferences, including the Annual Legislative Summit and the USHCC National Conference -- the largest gathering of Hispanic business owners in America.

CHAMBER LEADERSHIP ALLIANCE AND CHAMBER LEADER DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM FOR SMALL & DIVERSE BUSINESS ADVOCATES The USHCC is one of four partners of the Chamber Leadership Alliance along with the the National LGBT Chamber of Commerce (NGLCC), the U.S. Black Chambers, Inc. (USBC), and the US Pan Asian American Chamber of Commerce Foundation. Together, we co-present the Chamber Leadership Development Program which consists of virtual and in-person trainings for trainings for our empowering and strengthening our chambers of commerce and their employees.

NBCUniversal Telemundo Enterprises in partnership with the USHCC launched the “Nuestros Negocios” (“Our Businesses”) nationwide campaign under the umbrella of Telemundo’s award-winning platform “El Poder En Ti” (The Power in You). Launched the multiplatform campaign will tap into Telemundo’s network, local stations, digital and social platforms to spotlight small and medium-sized Hispanic-owned businesses impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and promote their services to help them sustain their businesses through these challenging times.

BUSINESS MATCHMAKING The USHCC’s Business Matchmaking provides a unique forum for Hispanic Business Enterprises (HBEs) to connect with procurement officers from federal agencies and Fortune 500 companies, representing hundreds
of millions of dollars in business opportunities. Last year 4,000 unique appointments resulted from this event.

ABOUT THE USHCC

Two-thirds of American jobs are created by small businesses, and Hispanic enterprises are leading this critical growth; starting new ventures at a rate three times the national average. The HBE program provides a national platform to Hispanic-owned companies that have scaled and grown beyond the scope of local chambers of commerce. In addition to advocating on behalf of HBEs on Capitol Hill and across the country, the USHCC equips members with resources and knowledge to grow their business by raising awareness on procurement opportunities and introducing them to a broad network of decision makers in both the public and private sectors.

NUESTROS NEGOCIOS

These meetings provide an opportunity for buyers and sellers to discuss specific projects and capabilities. Small businesses or “sellers” must pre-register for the event using individual NAICS codes or business categories. Each meeting lasts approximately 15 minutes. All meetings are scheduled on a first come, first served basis.

LOCAL CHAMBER GRANT PROGRAM The USHCC has partnered with Wells Fargo to provide substantial funding each year directly to chambers across the country for programs that strengthen and foster the growth of small business communities. Multiple grants ranging from $5,000 to $15,000 are awarded to select local chambers. These funds support a variety of programs that empower female entrepreneurs, promote green energy, and advance diversity and inclusion.

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USHCC Educational Fund Programs Avanzar Program Avanzar (‘Advance’ in Spanish) is an eight-month business accelerator program designed for Hispanic small businesses that are ready to take their businesses to the next level. The USHCC launched this program in 2019 thanks to an investment from Wells Fargo & Company. Each Latina and Latino entrepreneur participates in courses that are aimed to help develop business plans, strategy, and the leadership skills needed to scale their small businesses. Course topics include building financial plans, streamlining operations, lowering expenses, marketing, leveraging social media, human resources, and obtaining access to capital for each business.

Green Builds Business

In Her Footsteps

ABOUT THE USHCC

Greening Toyota’s Supply Chain Through the USHCC Green Builds Business Program seeks to offer business coaching on proven green best practices to its suppliers. The goal is to enable business suppliers’ ability to identify, design and implement green projects that achieve triple bottom line results of lower costs, enhanced human benefits and reduced environmental impacts.

Launched in 2018 by USHCC and Bank of America, the “In Her Footsteps” Podcast hosts dynamic Latina business owners who are helping drive the American economy and creating change in their communities. It provides listeners with information and resources to better run their businesses, while also working to highlight the contributions of the Hispanic community and Latina businesswomen. This program is proudly sponsored by Bank of America.

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USHCC Educational Fund Programs Grow with Google In partnership with the USHCC, the Grow with Google program offers free training and tools to help you grow your skills, career, or business. You can earn Google Career Certificates and learn job-ready skills in fast growing fields like IT, project management, data analytics, and UX design. No experience necessary to enroll. Learn more at grow.google!

Office Depot & Round It Up America - ELEVATE TOGETHER™

ABOUT THE USHCC

ELEVATE TOGETHER™ powered by Round It Up America® is a nonprofit initiative designed to address systemic discrimination and historical racial disparities in business growth and profitability in Black and Hispanic communities. Through a partnership with the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and the National Urban League, the initiative helps support Hispanic and Black small businesses with five or less employees. The ODP Corporation (parent company to Office Depot and CompuCom) is the initiative’s founding partner.

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USHCC Board of Directors

Alice Rodriguez

Chair Head of Community Impact Managing Director JPMorgan Chase & Co.

Board of Directors Officers

Nelson Reyneri Jr. Chair-Elect Point B, Inc.

Monika Mantilla

Chair USHCC Educational Fund Co-Founder & Partner Small Business Community Capital

President & CEO Altura Capital

Betty Manetta

Regina Heyward

Carlos A. Becerra

Ramiro A. Cavazos

Board Secretary President & CEO Argent Associates

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Treasurer Group Manager - Customer Experience Strategy Toyota Motor North America

Audit Committee Chair Head of Supplier Diversity MassMutual

President & CEO United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Raul F. Salinas

General Counsel Managing Shareholder AlvaradoSmith


USHCC Board of Directors

Victor Arias, Jr.

Ernie C’de Baca

Carmen Castillo

Jessica Cavazos

Yuri Cunza

Reuben Franco

Rachel Kutz

Juan Carlos Liscano

Yammel Sanchez-Ocana

Mayra Pineda

Jacquelyn Puente

Christine Rice

Jennifer Rodriguez

Rosa Santana

Managing Director & Partner in Charge DFW Office Diversified Search Group

President & CEO Albuquerque Hispano Chamber of Commerce

President & CEO SDI International Corp.

President & CEO Wisconsin Latino Chamber of Commerce

ABOUT THE USHCC

President & CEO Nashville Area Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Executive Director Global Procurement Merck

President & CEO Greater Philadelphia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

President & CEO Orange County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

President & CEO Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Louisiana

Vice President Consumer Supply Chain & Global Logistics AT&T

Executive Director External Affairs Comcast NBCUniversal

Vice President Miami, Caribbean & Latin America American Airlines

Executive Vice President VisionIT

Founder & CEO The Santana Group

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Thank you to all the members of U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce for your continued partnership. We value the opportunity to work with you, and are committed to helping solve your unique business opportunities and challenges. Learn more about how we engage with Hispanic-owned businesses at www.ups.com/diversecustomers. And be sure to take advantage of exclusive USHCC member pricing to save big every time you ship with UPS at www.savewithups.com/ushcc.

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USHCC Staff

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Valerie Hernandez

Synthia R. Jaramillo

Brianna Dimas

C. LeRoy Cavazos-Reyna

Fernando Meersohn

Laura Sosa

Erica Salinas

Monica Garza

Veronica De La Torre

Santiago Salas Oliva

Emily Martinez

Jonathan Hernandez

Nitesh Acharya

Yhanna McKinney

Richard Garcia

Managing Director Financial Planning & Analysis

Chief of Staff

Senior Vice President Business Development Corporate Relations

Vice President Programs & Communications

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Vice President Governmental & International Affairs

Special Projects Coordinator

Fellow Business Development

Senior Manager Corporate Relations

Manager Programs & Communications

Fellow Business Development

Manager Programs & Events

Fellow Government & International Affairs

Fellow Communications & Programming

Accounting Manager

Fellow Business Development

Consultant

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2021 National Conference Schedule at a Glance All times PT

Sunday | September 26, 2021 2:00 PM

6:30 PM

Registration

5:30 PM

7:00 PM

The State of Latino Business: La Gran Bienvenida and National Welcome Reception, South Pacific Ballroom

Monday | September 27, 2021 Registration

7:30 AM

5:30 PM

8:30 AM

10:00 AM

10:00 AM

3:00 PM

USHCC “Nuestros Negocios” Lounge, South Pacific Ballroom

10:15 AM

11:45 AM

Workshop: Scaling and Revitalizing HBEs Through Public Private Partnerships, Islander D

10:15 AM

11:45 AM

Workshop: Puerto Rico as a Business and Investment Destination: A Discussion on Available Tax and Economic Incentive, Islander E

12:00 PM

2:00 PM

Plenary Luncheon Pulling Together: The Importance of Racial Equity in the Hispanic and Minority Communities for Our National Economic Growth, Islander Ballroom

2:15 PM

3:45 PM

Workshop: Bridging the Gap of The Digital Divide In America, Islander D

2:15 PM

3:45 PM

Workshop: Power of Capital, Islander E

Plenary Breakfast Employee Resource Group Summit & Challenge: Building Capacity Through Supplier Diversity, Islander Ballroom

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Tuesday | September 28, 2021 Registration

8:00 AM 6:30 PM

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5:00 PM 8:00 PM

8:30 AM

10:00 AM

10:00 AM

3:00 PM

USHCC “Nuestros Negocios” Lounge, South Pacific Ballroom

10:15 AM

11:45 AM

Workshop: Brand U 2.0 Masterclass with Lili Gil Valletta, Islander D

10:15 AM

11:45 AM

Workshop: The Role of the Latino Business Community in Modern American Infrastructure, Islander E

12:00 PM

2:00 PM

Plenary Luncheon Hispanic Business After The Global Pandemic, Islander Ballroom

2:15 PM

3:45 PM

Workshop: The Supplier Empowerment Symposium Signature Program presented by The Coca-Cola Company, Islander D

2:15 PM

3:45 PM

Workshop: Pivoting a Small Business, Islander E

3:00 PM

6:00 PM

Business Matchmaking, Tradewinds

7:00 PM

9:00 PM

USHCC National Conference Closing Awards Gala, Islander Ballroom

Plenary Breakfast In Her Footsteps: Women in Business and Leadership, Islander Ballroom

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Speakers: • J. Reymundo Ocañas, Director, Communications & Responsible Business and Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) Officer, PNC Bank • Ramiro A. Cavazos, President & CEO, U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce • Alice Rodriguez, Chairwoman, U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Board of Directors • Anthony Gladney, Vice President, Diversity, & Inclusion, MGM Resorts International • Chef Leticia Mitchell, Chef & Owner, Leticia’s Cocina • Peter Guzman, President & CEO, Latin Chamber of Commerce, Nevada • The Honorable Carolyn Goodman, Mayor, City of Las Vegas, Nevada • Presentation of the Hector Barreto Sr. “Con Ganas” Award

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Event & Speakers Monday, September 27 EMPLOYEE RESOURCE GROUP SUMMIT & CHALLENGE: BUILDING CAPACITY THROUGH SUPPLIER DIVERSITY PLENARY BREAKFAST

PRESENTED BY

8:30 AM – 10:00 AM

Emcee: • Jessica Cavazos, President & CEO, Wisconsin Latin Chamber of Commerce

S P ON S OR E D B Y

WORKSHOP: SCALING AND REVITALIZING HBES THROUGH PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS

PRESENTED BY

10:15 AM - 11:45 AM

Moderator: • Monika Mantilla, USHCC Educational Fund Chairwoman Speakers: • Jessica Taylor, National Director, Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses

CONFERENCE SCHEDULE & WORKSHOPS

Speakers: • Barbara Dugas-Patterson, Managing Director, Supplier Diversity & My Workplace Executive, JPMorgan Chase & Co. • Rosa Santana, Founder & CEO, Santana Group • Ying McGuire, President & CEO, National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC) • Mayra Pineda, President & CEO, Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Louisiana • The Honorable Catherine Cortez-Masto, U.S. Senator for the State of Nevada • Andrew Sanchez, Manager, Local Content & Parts Analysis, Toyota Motor North America • Jenny Flores, Head of Small Business Growth Philanthropy, Wells Fargo Foundation • Rachel Kutz, VP Consumer Supply Chain & Logistics, AT&T • Ambassador Katherine Tai, United States Trade Representative • Nelson Reyneri, Chair-Elect, USHCC Board of Directors • The Honorable Janet Yellen, U.S. Secretary of the Treasury

S P ON S OR E D B Y

Panelists: • Diana Doukas, Manager, Economic Impact, U.S. Policy Programs, Facebook • Laura Simao, Vice President, Urban Investment Group, Goldman Sachs Asset Management • Mark Madrid, Associate Administrator, U.S. Small Business Administration • Luis Rosero, Vice President, Corporate and External Affairs, NBCUniversal Telemundo Enterprises

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WORKSHOP: PUERTO RICO AS A BUSINESS AND INVESTMENT DESTINATION: A DISCUSSION ON AVAILABLE TAX AND ECONOMIC INCENTIVES 10:15 AM - 11:45 AM

Puerto Rico is an island paradise, filled with beauty and history that attracts tourists from around the world. However, what many may not be aware of is that it’s also an attractive business and investment destination. Puerto Rico offers an abundance of tax and economic incentives to investors and businesses across many industries. To learn more about this topic, join us as we examine these incentives and answer questions about how they work and what needs to be done in order to qualify and grow Latino/a business opportunities in Puerto Rico. Speakers: • Rogelio Carrasquillo, Managing Shareholder, Carrasquillo Law Group, PC • Jorge Salichs, Of Counsel, Carrasquillo Law Group, PC

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Event & Speakers PULLING TOGETHER: THE IMPORTANCE OF RACIAL EQUITY IN THE HISPANIC AND MINORITY COMMUNITIES FOR OUR NATIONAL ECONOMIC GROWTH

PRESENTED BY

12:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Keynote Speaker: • Don Graves, Deputy Secretary, U.S. Department of Commerce

PULLING TOGETHER: ECONOMICS AND DEMOGRAPHICS OF AMERICA’S LATINO FUTURE Moderator: • Christine Rice, Executive Vice President, VisionIT Speakers: • Carolina Jannicelli, Head of Business & Community Integration and Implementation, Managing Director, JPMorgan Chase & Co. • Jens Manuel Krogstad, Senior Writer/Editor, The Pew Research Center • Arturo Cázares, Latino Business Action Network

S P ON S OR E D B Y

CONFERENCE SCHEDULE & WORKSHOPS

Speakers: • Christina Kolbjornsen, Senior Vice President, Head of Corporate & External Affairs, NBCUniversal Telemundo Enterprises • Ramiro A. Cavazos, President & CEO, U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce • Carlos Becerra, Enterprise Transformation Executive, Toyota Financial Services • Alice Rodriguez, Chairwoman, U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Board of Directors • Dr. Chris Wheat, JPMorgan Chase Institute, JPMorgan Chase & Co.

PULLING TOGETHER: THE ROLE OF CORPORATIONS, GOVERNMENTS, AND FOUNDATIONS IN UPLIFTING HISPANIC AND MINORITY ENTREPRENEURS THROUGH PROCUREMENT Moderator: • Regina Heyward, Head of Supplier Diversity, MassMutual Speakers: • Barbara Dugas-Patterson, Managing Director, Supplier Diversity & My Workplace Executive, JPMorgan Chase & Co. • Brad Clarke, President & CEO, The Gill Foundation • Rhonda Davenport, National Director Retail & Small Business Banking, Comerica Bank

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Event & Speakers WORKSHOP: BRIDGING THE GAP OF THE DIGITAL DIVIDE IN AMERICA

PRESENTED BY

2:15 PM – 3:45 PM

The COVID-19 global pandemic has led to dramatic changes in how businesses compete in the American economy and with it an expanded focus on the role that technology and telecommunications policy impacts the economic opportunities made possible by innovations in computers, communications technology, and the Internet. Join business leaders and industry experts as they explore how government design of technology policy helps maintain or disrupt the flow of new ideas, products, and what they can do to promote equitable access and support for minority-owned businesses.

S P ON S OR E D B Y

Moderator: • Alejandro Roark, Executive Director, HTTP

WORKSHOP: POWER OF CAPITAL 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM

During this workshop the following topics will be covered. • Think strategically about cash flow • Does your business need to borrow? • Why are you a good investment? • What financial data is important? • SBA loan programs • Begin building your own empire

S P ON S OR E D B Y

CONFERENCE SCHEDULE & WORKSHOPS

Panelists: • Brent Wilkes, Consumer Policy, Hispanic Federation • Jacquelyn Puente, Executive Director, External Affairs, Comcast NBC Universal • Celeste Carrasco, Director, Public Affairs, AT&T • Joanna Diaz Soffer, Senior Manager, Strategic Alliances & External Affairs, T-Mobile

Speakers: • Sandra Magallon, West Division Senior Business Consultant, JPMorgan Chase & Co.

USHCC PROCUREMENT COUNCIL ADVISORY BOARD (PCAB) MEETING 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM

USHCC SENIOR EXECUTIVE CORPORATE ADVISORY BOARD (SECAB) MEETING 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM

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Event & Speakers Tuesday, September 28 IN HER FOOTSTEPS: WOMEN IN BUSINESS AND LEADERSHIP WOMEN’S ECONOMIC POWER AND REDEFINING ROLE IN AMERICA PLENARY BREAKFAST

PRESENTED BY

8:30 AM – 10:00 AM Speakers: • Angie Garcia-Lathrop, Community Affairs Executive, Bank of America • Mark Crawford, Global and U.S. Head of Diversity Equity and Inclusion, bp America, Inc.

• William Porter, Head of Procurement, MassMutual • Patty Juarez, Executive Vice President and Head of Diverse Segments- Commercial

S P ON S OR E D B Y

IN HER FOOTSTEPS PANEL: THE NEED FOR MORE LATINAS IN THE BOARD ROOM Moderator: • Esther Aguilera, President & CEO, Latino Corporate Directors Association (LCDA) Speakers: • Cid Wilson, President & CEO, Hispanic Association on Corporate Responsibility (HACR) • Dr. Yvonne Maldonado, Board of Directors, California Water Services Group • Valerie Insignares, Board of Directors, Del Taco Restaurants, Inc.

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Banking, Wells Fargo • Alba Baylin, Vice President, Stakeholder and Community Management, The Coca-Cola Company • Joanna Diaz Soffer, Senior Manager Strategic Alliances and External Affairs, T-Mobile • Jessica Taylor, National Director, Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses

IN HER FOOTSTEPS PANEL: THE ASCENSION OF LATINA EXECUTIVES INTO POSITIONS OF POWER Moderator: • Alba Baylin, Vice President, Stakeholder and Community Management, The Coca-Cola Company Speakers: • Yammel Sanchez-Ocaña, Executive Director, Indirect Procurement, Merck, USHCC Board of Directors • Jenny Brosseau, Affluent Diverse Segments Leader, SVP, Consumer and Small Business Banking, Wells Fargo • Silvana Montenegro, Head of Talent Management and Diversity, Commercial Banking, JPMorgan Chase & Co.

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Event & Speakers WORKSHOP: BRAND U 2.0 MASTERCLASS WITH LILI GIL VALLETTA

PRESENTED BY

10:15 AM - 11:45 AM

Speakers: • Lili Gil Valletta, Founder & CEO, CIEN+ • Lou Yarbrough, Senior Consultant, Enterprise Diverse Marketing, Nationwide

WORKSHOP: THE ROLE OF THE LATINO BUSINESS COMMUNITY IN MODERN AMERICAN INFRASTRUCTURE

PRESENTED BY

10:15 AM - 11:45 AM

S P ON S OR E D B Y CONFERENCE SCHEDULE & WORKSHOPS

Congress has a once-in-a-generation opportunity to bring our infrastructure system into the 21st century, to put millions of Americans to work, and to improve our overall quality of life by passing the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act. This session will discuss the benefits of this legislation, how Latino/a businesses can access the procurement opportunities that will be created by this bill and define capacity building efforts in our community to succeed in accessing these multiple supply chains. Moderator: • Yuri Cunza, President & CEO, Nashville Area Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, USHCC Board of Directors Speakers: • Yuri Cunza, President & CEO, Nashville Area Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, USHCC Board of Directors • Xiomara Peña, Vice President, Engagement, Small Business Majority • Tammy Halevy, Executive Director, Reimagine Main Street • Zach Butterworth, Director of Private Sector Engagement, The White House

HISPANIC BUSINESS AFTER THE GLOBAL PANDEMIC PLENARY LUNCHEON

PRESENTED BY

11:30 PM - 2:00 PM

Speakers: • Ginger Siegel, North America Small Business Lead, Mastercard • Brad Barnett, Vice President Enterprise Marketing Management, Nationwide • Juan Carlos (JC) Liscano, Vice President Miami Hub Operations, American Airlines • Chef Leticia Mitchell, Leticia’s Cocina • Lucy Perez, Senior Partner and Leader, the North America Hispanic Latino Network,

S P ON S OR E D B Y

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• Lilly Rocha, CEO, Latino Restaurant Association • Victor Arias, Managing Partner, Diversified Search • Dr. Angel Colón-Rivera, Chief for Congressional & Intergovernmental Affairs, U.S. Census Bureau

• Ruben Barrales, Senior Vice President, External Engagement, Wells Fargo

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Event & Speakers THE ROLE OF FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS IN AMERICA Moderator: • Ramiro A. Cavazos, President & CEO, U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Speaker: • Charles Scharf, President & CEO, Wells Fargo

PUBLIC POLICY MATTERS: HOW GOVERNMENT IS POWERING OUR AMERICAN ECONOMIC RECOVERY

Speakers: • Ernie C’De Baca, President & CEO, Albuquerque Hispano Chamber of Commerce, USHCC Board of Directors • The Honorable Isabella Casillas Guzmán, U.S. Small Business Administrator

WORKSHOP: THE SUPPLIER EMPOWERMENT SYMPOSIUM SIGNATURE PROGRAM PRESENTED BY THE COCA-COLA COMPANY

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CONFERENCE SCHEDULE & WORKSHOPS

Moderator: • Raul F. Salinas, Managing Shareholder, AlvaradoSmith, General Counsel, USHCC Board of Directors

2:15 PM - 3:45 PM

Unlock your full business power to achieve your best performance and accelerate your procurement transformation by hearing experts’ tips that you can put into action in just minutes. Learn about access to powerful and unprecedented opportunities to make your procurement experiences and sources incomparable. Highlight your access to capital, partnership secrets, leadership growth and community involvement quality experience at the best scale needed for your business and personal growth. Emcee: • Fernando Meersohn, Senior Manager of Corporate Relations, U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Speakers: • Ramiro Cavazos, President & CEO, U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce • Hope Field, Senior Manager, National Groups, Public Policy and Government Relations, The Coca-Cola Company • Fernando Hernandez, Senior Director, Supplier Diversity, Global Procurement, The Coca-Cola Company Moderator: • Esperanza Porras Field, President & CEO, HopeSeasons, LLC, President Emeritus and Founder, Morris County Hispanic-American Chamber of Commerce Panelists: • Veronica Maldonado Torres, President & CEO, Georgia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce • Jose Niño, President & CEO, El Niño Group LTD. • Ruth E. Hedges, CEO & Co-Founder, Rise Up Crowdfunding, LLC • John Sanchez, President, Essex County Latino American Chamber of Commerce, New Jersey

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Event & Speakers WORKSHOP: PIVOTING A SMALL BUSINESS

PRESENTED BY

2:15 PM - 3:45 PM

An overview on managing business financials. Avoiding common mistakes small business owners make and how to avoid them.. Speakers: • Ray Vasquez, Senior Vice President, Market Executive Commercial Banking, Bank of America • Sergio Rivas, Senior Vice President, Small Business Performance Manager, Bank of America • Chris Porro, Vice President, Small Business Banker, Bank of America

BUSINESS MATCHMAKING

S P ON S OR E D B Y

12:00 PM - 1:45 PM

USHCC NATIONAL CONFERENCE CLOSING AWARDS GALA

PRESENTED BY

6:45 PM – 9:00 PM

Emcees: • Lori Lizarraga & Carlos Santos Speakers: • Peter Guzman, President & CEO, Latin Chamber of Commerce, Nevada • The Honorable Steve Sisolak, Governor, State of Nevada • Mikal Quarles, Executive Director, Chase for Business, Minority Entrepreneurs, JPMorgan Chase & Co. • Anthony Gladney, Vice President, Diversity, and Inclusion, MGM Resorts International

S P ON S OR E D B Y

Awards: • Corporation of the Year Award • Entertainer of the Millennium Award • Community Voice Award • Hispanic Chambers of the Year Awards (Small, Medium, and Large Chambers) • Hispanic Businessperson of the Year (Female) • Hispanic Businessperson of the Year (Male) Presentation of Mexico’s Ohtli Award: • Luis Gutiérrez-Reyes, Director, Institute of Mexicans Abroad, Secretaria de Relaciones Exteriores de México (SER) • H.E. Julián Escutia, Cónsul General of México, Las Vegas, Nevada

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hispanic business community awards & accolades •

Hispanic Business Magazine Named MicroTech the No. 1 Fastest-Growing Hispanic-Owned Business in the Nation (2009-2012)

MicroTech CEO Tony Jimenez Receives Hermes Award as Recognized Business and Community Leader in Virginia (2010)

Hispanic IT Executive Council (HITEC) Named Tony Jimenez as One of the Most Influential Hispanics in the IT Industry (2011-2014) Tony Jimenez of MicroTech Named to Hispanic Engineer & IT Magazine “Top 200” Most Influential Hispanics in Technology (2011)

Hispanic Business Magazine Recognized MicroTech CEO Tony Jimenez as One of the Top 100 Most Influential Hispanics in America (2011)

MicroTech CEO Appointed as a Latino Trendsetter Award Recipient (2015)

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Hispanic Business Magazine selected MicroTech as one of the 25 Largest Hispanic-Owned Businesses in the Nation (2013) DiversityBusiness.com Ranked MicroTech as the No. 1 Hispanic American-Owned Business in the Greater Washington DC area (2013)

MicroTech CEO Received the Prestigious Hispanic Heritage Foundation Award for Technology at the 29th Annual Hispanic Heritage Awards (2016)

MicroTech CEO Featured in Latino Leaders Magazine’s Special Edition: Latinos in Technology & Energy (2017)

MicroTech CEO Honored as a Top 10 Leader by Hispanic Executive Magazine (2018)

Hispanic IT Executive Council (HITEC) Named MicroTech CEO Tony Jimenez One of the “Top 100 Most Influential and Notable Hispanic Professionals in the Technology Industry” (2018)

MicroTech CEO Participates in White House Conference to the Nations Hispanic Leaders on COVID-19 (2020)

Founder of the West Virginia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (2020)

MicroTech CEO Named to the LatinX | Hispanic Top 100 Hall of Fame by theboardiQ (2021)

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SPECIAL THANK YOU TO OUR

2021 Conference Sponsors CORPORATE CHAIR

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Facebook Ford Motor Co. Goldman Sachs iDentity Johnson & Johnson

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Latino Coalition

Hispanic Network

Lyft

Hispanic Technology & Telecommunications Partnership

NBC Universal (Nuestros Negocios) Nissan S360

Merck

Spanish Broadcasting System

MicroTech

Shell Oil Company

Molson Coors

Southern California Edison

Pacific Gas and Electric Company

American Airlines

Univision

State Farm

Google

Verizon

Target

The Coca-Cola Company T-Mobile UPS

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SpeedPro

Nationwide

Latino Business Action Network

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Caesars Entertainment Cintas

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Bank of America

Exxon Mobil

Latin Chamber of Commerce Nevada

Reimagine Main Street SDI

Comerica Bank

Carrasquillo Law Group PC

College of Southern Nevada

Congressional Hispanic Caucus

Small Business Roundtable

CVS Health

Dialogue on Diversity

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USHCC Corporate Partner Members Edison Electric Institute (EEI)

PNC Financial Services Group, Inc.

AlvaradoSmith

Enterprise Holdings, Inc.

Public Private Strategies

Amazon.com, Inc

EY

Raytheon Technologies Corporation

American Airlines, Inc.

ettain group, Inc.

Shell Oil Company

American Fuel & Petrochemical Manufacturers (AFPM)

Experian

Southern California Edison

American Petroleum Institute (API)

Exxon Mobil Corporation

Spanish Broadcasting System, Inc.

Facebook, Inc.

Service Corporation International

FICO

State Farm

Fiserv, Inc

Symetra

Ford Motor Company

Target Corporation

GEICO

The Coca-Cola Company

The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc

The Kroger Company

Google LLC

The Molson Coors Beverage Company

Hilton Worldwide Holdings, Inc.

The United Services Automobile Association (USAA)

American Tower Corporation Anheuser-Busch Companies, LLC APCO Worldwide Apple, Inc. AT&T, Inc. Avis Budget Group, Inc. Bank of America Truist Financial BBVA Bitwise Industries Boston Scientific Corporation bp America, Inc. Caesars Entertainment Cargill, Inc. Cellular Telecommunications and Internet Association (CTIA) Charter Communications, Inc. Church Mutual Insurance Company Cintas Coca-Cola Southwest Beverages, a company of Arca Continental

ICIC Instacart Johnson & Johnson JPMorgan Chase & Co. Lenovo Lyft, Inc. Magna International, Inc. MassMutual Mastercard, Inc. Medtronic Merck & Co., Inc. MGM Resorts International Microsoft Corporation

Comcast Corporation

Nasdaq

Comerica Incorporated

Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company

Customers Bank CVS Health Corporation Diversified Search Group DoorDash, Inc. DuPont de Nemours, Inc. Edison Electric Institute Enterprise Holdings, Inc. Disney E-Colab

NBCUniversal Telemundo Enterprises NCTA – The Internet & Television Association

The Walt Disney Company T-Mobile Toyota Motor North America, Inc.

C ORPORATE PARTNERS

AARP

TikTok Travel + Leisure Co. (Wyndham Destinations) Truist Financial U.S. Bancorp Uber Technologies, Inc. United Parcel Service (UPS) Univision, Inc. Verizon Communications, Inc. Visa Inc. Wells Fargo & Company Woodforest National Bank Vida Brand, Inc. Zachry Group

NEC Nike, Inc. Nissan North America, Inc. Paychex, Inc. PepsiCo, Inc. PayPal

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Hispanic Business Enterprise Members (HBEs) Two-thirds of American jobs are created by small businesses, and Hispanic enterprises are leading this critical growth; starting new ventures at a rate three times the national average. The Hispanic Business Enterprise (HBE) Program provides a national platform to Hispanic-owned companies that have scaled and grown beyond the

scope of local chambers of commerce. In addition to advocating on behalf of HBEs on Capitol Hill and across the country, the USHCC equips members with resources & knowledge to grow their business by raising awareness on procurement opportunities and introducing them to a broad network of decision makers in both the public and private sectors.

Gildan Yarns

REFF INC

360 Energy Solutions Corp. A+S Ideas Studio

Global Containers & Custom Packaging Inc.

SABEResPODER

Academy On Demand

Global Ventus USA

AIM Global Logistics, LLC

Glocal Translators

Akorbi

Guy Brown, LLC

Altura Capital

iDENTITY

Argent Associates

Integrity General Contractors

Audio Help Hearing Centers

Inter-Con Security

Avanzar Interior Technologies

JAX Construction Co.

Bitwise Industries

JL Drywall

Bore Tech, Inc.

La Palette Inc.

Business Excellence Professional Consulting (BEPC)

Latino Connection

Capital Techies CIEN+ Cloud Automation, ICG LLC

Manteca Media Marand Builders, Inc Mendoza Group, Inc.

CoachLogix, Inc

Miguel Lopez Asphalt Maintenance & Site Development

Colonial Press International

Mischler Financial Group

Comatli

Modern Managed IT

Corus Systems & Consulting Inc.

MyBusinessMatches

Creative Civilization

NCrowd

Dean Baldwin Painting

OpTech

Delta Personnel Services

Never Astray General Consulting LLC

DreamOn Group

Noble Texas Builders, LLC

FC DRYWALL INC

Passion Growers LLC

Forma Automotive Group O

Perikin Enterprises, LLC.

Hero Logistics, LP

Rafael Marrero & Company Reyes Automotive Group

Hitex Ltd

Sacramento Eco Fitness

Santana Group Santana Promotions & Specialties SDI International Semper Utilities, LLC. Silver Lining Amenities Inc.

C ORPORATE PARTNERS

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Small Business Community Capital Speech Fox Terra World Trade, LLC. The Herrera Law Firm The O’Hara Project The Offices of Marc A. Rodriguez Think Healthy, LLC. United Home Buyers of America Inc. Valdes Engineering Company Vensure Employer Services, Inc VeraLogics Inc. VisionIT Vutex, Inc. Wilco Engineering Company Wilco Group LLC Wragg & Casas Strategic Communications Y-Not Design & Mfg. Inc.

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Local Hispanic Chambers of Commerce BOLD = Current USHCC Regional Representative on USHCC Board of Directors

Georgia Hispanic Construction Association

Amarillo Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Greater Austin Black Chamber of Commerce

Antelope Valley Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Greater Austin Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Arizona Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Greater Corona Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Arkansas Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Greater Dallas Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Aurora Regional Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Greater Fontana Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Balch Springs Chamber Of Commerce

Greater Fort Wayne Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Baltimore Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Greater Houston Women’s Chamber of Commerce

Berks County Latino Chamber of Commerce

Greater Lansing Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Brazoria County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Greater Norwalk Hispanic Chamber Of Commerce

Bronx Chamber of Commerce

Greater Oklahoma City Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Brooklyn Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Greater Philadelphia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce

Greater Quad Cities Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Camara de Comercio Hispana de Pomona

Greater Riverside Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Cen-Tex Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Greater San Jose Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Central California Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Greater Stamford Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Central Valley Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Greater Tulsa Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Central Washington Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Greater Washington Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

ChamberSOUTH

Guatemala- American Chamber of Commerce - San Francisco

Chelsea Chamber Of Commerce Colorado Springs Hispanic Business Council Culture Marketing Council Dayton Hispanic Chamber DC Chamber of Commerce Del Rio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Downtown Miami & Brickell Chamber of Commerce Dupage County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Eighteenth Street Development Corp El Paso Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Essex County Latino American Chamber of Commerce First Coast Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Florida Hispanic American Chamber of Commerce Florida State Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Fort Worth Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Fresh Produce Association of the Americas Fresno Area Hispanic Foundation Georgia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

C ORPORATE PARTNERS

Albuquerque Hispano Chamber of Commerce

Guatemalan Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Hampton Roads Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Hialeah Chamber of Commerce Hispanic American Chamber of Commerce of Central Texas Hispanic Chamber Cincinnati USA Hispanic Chamber of Coastal Virginia Hispanic Chamber of Columbus Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Hawaii Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Alameda County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Contra Costa County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of East Tennessee Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Greater Baytown Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Greater Kansas City Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Louisiana Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Metro Denver Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Metro Orlando Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Metropolitan St. Louis

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Local Hispanic Chambers of Commerce BOLD = Current USHCC Regional Representative on USHCC Board of Directors

Latinos in Information Science and Tech Association

Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Northern Virginia

Lehigh Valley Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Palm Beach County

Little Village Chamber of Commerce

Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Queens

Long Island Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Silicon Valley

Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce

Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Sonoma County

Los Angeles Latino Chamber of Commerce

Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Tampa Bay

Los Angeles Metro Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Wisconsin

Lubbock Chamber of Commerce

Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Yakima County

Maryland Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Hispanic Chamber of E-Commerce

Massachusetts Latino Chamber of Commerce

Hispanic Chambers of Commerce of San Francisco

Merced County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Hispanic Council of Victoria

Metropolitan Savannah Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Hispanic Metropolitan Chamber of Oregon & SW WA

Miami Dade Chamber of Commerce

Hispanic Professionals of Greater Milwaukee (HPGM)

Michigan Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Hispanic-American International Chamber of Commerce

Mid-Atlantic Hispanic Chamber of Commerce - Corporate Division

Hispanics in Real Estate and Construction New York Hobbs Hispano Chamber of Commerce Honduran International Chamber of Commerce Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Idaho Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Illinois Hispanic Chamber of Commerce International Entrepreneurs Chambers Corp. Irving Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Kentuckiana Hispanic Business Council, Inc. (KIHBC) Kern County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Laredo Chamber of Commerce Las Cruces Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Las Vegas Latin Chamber of Commerce / Latin Chamber of Commerce Nevada Latin American Chamber of Commerce of Charlotte Latin American Chamber of Commerce of Georgia Latin American Chamber of Commerce of Utah Latin Chamber of Commerce of USA (CAMACOL) Latino Chamber of Commerce Minnesota Latino Chamber of Commerce of Boulder County Latino Chamber of Commerce of Pueblo

C ORPORATE PARTNERS

Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Montgomery County

Midland Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Midsouth Latino Chamber of Commerce Morris County Hispanic American Chamber of Commerce Napa County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Nashville Area Hispanic Chamber of Commerce National Association of Hispanic Publications (NAHP) National Society of Hispanic MBAs Nebraska Hispanic Chamber of Commerce New York State Coalition of Hispanic Chambers of Commerce New York State Veteran Chamber of Commerce New York Women’s Chamber of Commerce Nicaraguan American Chamber of Commerce Northern California New Jersey State Veterans Chamber of Commerce North Carolina Hispanic Chamber of Commerce North Central Washington Hispanic Chamber of Commerce North Valley Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Northeast Ohio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Northern Virginia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Northwest Indiana Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Latino Chamber of Commerce of Southeastern Wisconsin

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Local Hispanic Chambers of Commerce BOLD = Current USHCC Regional Representative on USHCC Board of Directors

Northwest Ohio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

South Central Idaho Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Northwest Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

South Florida Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

NY Hispanic Cosmetology & Beauty Chamber of Commerce

South Florida Puerto Rican Chamber of Commerce

NYC LGBTQS

Southeast Dallas Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Odessa Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Southern California Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Ontario Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Southwest Florida Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Orange County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Statewide Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey

Pittsburgh Metropolitan Area Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Suazo Business Center

PROSPERA (Formerly Hispanic Business Initiative Fund of Florida)

Puget Sound Latino Chamber of Commerce (PSLCC) Regional Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Regional Hispanic Contractors Association Rhode Island Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Rio Grande Valley Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Rochester Hispanic Business Association Roswell Hispano Chamber of Commerce Sacramento Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Salvadoran American Chamber of Commerce San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce San Diego County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce San Joaquin County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce San Marcos Area Chamber of Commerce San Mateo Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Committee Santa Fe Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Seattle Latino Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce Seguin Guadalupe County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Solano Hispanic Chamber of Commerce South Carolina Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Tennessee Latin American Chamber of Commerce Texas Association of Mexican American Chambers of Commerce (TAMACC) The Hispanic Interest Coalition of Alabama The National Puerto Rican Chamber of Commerce Tri-Cities Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Tucson Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

C ORPORATE PARTNERS

Puerto Rican/Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Palm Beach County

Syracuse Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Tulare Kings Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Tulsa Latin American Chamber of Commerce United Corpus Christi Chamber of Commerce United States - Mexico Chamber of Commerce U.S.-Mexico Border Philanthropy Partnership Utah Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Virginia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Volusia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Wenatchee Valley Chamber of Commerce Latino Business Council West Michigan Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Westchester Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Wichita Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Wisconsin Latino Chamber of Commerce Wyoming Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Yonkers Hispanic Federation Chamber Of Commerce Inc.

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Advertisers Index AARP

38

Merck

62

American Airlines

06

Microtech

64

AT&T

40

Molson Coors

66

Nationwide

30 68

ADVERTISERS INDEX

Bank of America

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Bitwise

42

Pepsico

Colonial Press

46

PNC Community 

Comcast

18

Rafael Marrero & Company 

80

Display America

48

The Coca-Cola Company

32

Door Dash

50

Toyota Motor North America

Ford

54

UPS

36

Facebook

52

Verizon

70

Goldman Sachs

56

Wells Fargo & Co.

Google

24

iDentity

58

Johnson & Johnson

60

JPMorgan Chase & Co.

02, 10

MassMutual

08, 74

Mastercard

28

MBN USA

78

16, 72

12, 22-23

14, 76


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MARCH 29-31, 2022

2022 USHCC Legislative Summit Washington D.C.

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