Company Overview of U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
The U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC) is a joint venture with Bank One. USHCC invests in businesses that belong to owners of Latino decent and have an annual revenue of $4 million within the manufacturing, high-tech and telecommunications sectors. The aim is to develop a network of businesses that would unify and strengthen the Hispanic community. The USHCC also strives to communicate the needs and potential of Hispanic businesses to the U.S. Government as well as Corporate America.
2175 K Street NW, Suite 100
Washington, DC 20037
Founded in 1979
Key Executives for U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
Chief Executive Officer and President
Chief Executive Officer of The Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Metro Denver and President of The Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Metro Denver
Vice President of Strategic Alliances and Special Projects
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Key Developments
U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Appoints Brian Tippens as the Chief Diversity Officer
May 14 14
The United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce announced the appointment of Brian Tippens as the company's chief diversity officer. Mr. Tippens has served on numerous advisory councils within the USHCC, and continues to play a critical role in advancing procurement opportunities for Hispanic enterprises. Prior to his recent appointment, Mr. Tippens was HP's Director of Sustainability and Integrated Facilities Management.
United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Appoints Greg Winegardner to its Board of Directors
Nov 13 13
The United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC) announced the appointment of Greg Winegardner, Regional President for Wells Fargo, as the newest member of the USHCC's Board of Directors. Mr. Winegardner, a financial services veteran with more than 41 years of experience, joined the Wells Fargo team in 1982 and has served the company in numerous leadership positions for nearly 32 years.
Cancer Treatment Centers of America Partners with United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
Sep 13 13
Cancer Treatment Centers of America, Inc. announced a new partnership with the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce representing more than three million Hispanic businesses across the country. CTCA is the home of integrative and compassionate cancer care, offering esperanza (hope) to Hispanics with advanced stage or complex cancer through personalized treatment options to communities, families and individuals across the United States. Through this partnership, CTCA aims to support the Hispanic population through its established relationship with USHCC's national network of more than 200 local Hispanic chambers of commerce and over three million Hispanic-owned businesses nationwide. In addition to surgery, radiation therapy, chemotherapy and imaging services, CTCA combines traditional cancer treatment with sophisticated complementary therapies, such as nutrition, naturopathic medicine, mind-body medicine and oncology rehabilitation all provided in one facility.
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