Committees

Young Professionals

The HCCMO’s Young Professionals Committee will provide the HCCMO with consistent input from a younger generation perspective for the chamber’s programs and initiatives. Young Professionals, up to 35 years of age, will contribute and participate in efforts that help the chamber grow meanwhile empowering both their personal development and professional advancement. This committee will exert their leadership skills while engaging and serving as advocates within the community.

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Supplier Diversity

Our Supplier Diversity Committee assists our renown Supplier Diversity Series. Supplier Diversity encourages the use of diverse-owned businesses such as: minority certified and historically underutilized business vendors, as suppliers. Members of this committee will assist with the seminars and matchmaking of the series as well as reviewing the HCCMO scholarship applications.

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Government Affairs

In 2014 the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Metro Orlando created the Government Affairs Committee (GAC), to elevate its involvement in the local political conversation. The mission of the Government Affairs Committee is to monitor, educate, and from time to time, advocate for business-centric issues that affect the business climate in Central Florida. The GAC is committed to non-partisanship, so while the committee will, from time to time, endorse business-centric issues, it will not endorse candidates.

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Hispanic Business Conference & Expo

The HBCE Committee assists in structuring one of the most professionally rewarding events of the HCCMO year, the Hispanic Business Conference and Expo. Divided into sub-committees, members cooperate to ensure that all aspects of the Conference and Expo run smoothly. Examples of the events assisted by this committee are speed-networking and matchmaking, a variety of different business development-based tracks and a consumer expo day.

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Latin Food & Wine Festival

The LFWF Committee helps put together one of the most anticipated HCCMO events of the year in closing of Hispanic Heritage month. The responsibilities are divided among sub-committees and range from silent auction, recruiting volunteers, and securing sponsors, vendors and talent. Committee members will apply their leadership skills to contribute to the construction and execution of the Latin Food & Wine Festival.

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For more information on how to apply for one of these committees, contact [email protected]