Committees & Councils
The Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Metro Denver provides
opportunities to increase member involvement as well as
enhance business growth through committees and councils.
Committees offer a forum for members to discuss and establish
formal positions and ideas on issues and initiatives that impact
the business community and the Hispanic Chamber. For more information
regarding these committees below, please send us an email to
Ambassador Committee: The Ambassador Committee focuses on
recruitment and retention of Hispanic Chamber members as well as
develops and monitor services and benefits for members. This group meets
the 4th Thursday of every month at 4:00 p.m at location of the after-hours.
For more information,
Fundraising Committee: This group is in charge of identifying key
areas within the Chamber where fundraising dollars are needed
and raising those funds within the community.
Padrino Committee: This committee is dedicated to nourishing
and expanding the Chamber's relationships with its largest
community investors, the Padrino members.
Public Policy Committee: The purpose of the Public Policy Committee is to
review local, state and federal initiatives, propositions and legislation that affect
the Hispanic business community. The committee is a non-partisian group of
business executives and business leaders which meets on a biweekly basis
during the legislative session.