Tucson Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

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Tucson Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
Website:http://www.tucsonhispanicchamber.org/
The Tucson Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (THCC) is a non-profit organization formed in May 18, 1989, to help raise funds for hispanic students seeking higher education. The THCC was first created by Rico Sotomayor, a former Minority Business Enterprise program director of the City of Tucson. The organization is a chapter of the Arizona Hispanic Chamber of Commerce which is based in Phoenix, Arizona.[1]

Leadership

  • The THCC is lead by their Board of Directorswhich consists of 13 members.[2] The THCC also works with various committees as well as their dedicated staff to help accomplish the organizations missions and goals.[3]

Mission and goals

  • "The mission of the Tucson Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is to advocate for and provide services to help grow member's businesses."[4]
  • Vision:"The Tucson Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is the gateway to business success and economic advancement."[5]
  • The three core values of the THCC are diversity, success, and leadership.[6]

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