Welcome to the
Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Metropolitan St. Louis
Enhancing and increasing the Hispanic business competitiveness in the local, state and international market.
To improve business opportunities for Hispanic firms and professionals thereby improving the economic development of the St. Louis region.
The Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Metropolitan St. Louis was incorporated on April 28, 1982. The incorporators were: Maria Elena Alonso; Manuel De La O; Michael Mahler; Jennie Ojeda; Anthony B. Ramirez; Maria Isabel Thompson; Mario Santander; B. A. Villarreal; and Luis G. Zambrana. Shortly thereafter, the Hispanic Chamber was accepted as an affiliate of the United Stated Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC), which currently has more than two hundred affiliates across the nation.
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The HCCSTL Foundation has established the Hispanic Leadership Institute as a select program for 15-20 individuals consisting of nine day-long seminars on the second Friday of each month.
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This event is the primary fundraiser for the HCC Foundation’s programs. The proceeds benefit the HCC Foundation’s educational and development programs, Adults Hispanic Leadership Institute and High School HLI.
Magazine en Contacto
The 2022 2nd edition of our magazine "en Contacto" is now available to all of you. In this issue you will find on the cover page and in the main article our Silver Member, St. Louis Cardinals.
Listen to our Podcast
Latinidad in the Lou-Ep.11 Barbra Silva, Director of Community Relations at St. Louis City SC, came by our set to talk about the Hispanic/Latino community in STL, what it means for the region to have an MLS team & more!
Cámara en Vivo
En este mes de junio platicamos con Sonia Granados, M.A. & President of HRC Consultants, LLC sobre inmigración y leyes de trabajo. Si quieres conocer más sobre este tema no te puedes perder nuestro programa.
The Creative Team
President & CEO
Membership & Engagement Manager
Marketing & Program Manager
Digital Content Specialist
Maria De Gregorio