David Gomez Invited to the USHCC 22nd Annual Legislative Summit in D.C.

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Last year, David Gomez was named Nominations Chair on the Board of Directors for the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. Through its network of local Hispanic Chambers of Commerce and Hispanic business organizations, the USHCC effectively communicates the needs and potential of Hispanic enterprise to the public and private sector in several ways.

Each year during the session of the United States Congress, the USHCC holds its annual Legislative Summit. The conference provides chamber members, Hispanic business leaders, and corporate executives the opportunity to discuss legislative policy issues that impact the small business community. Hispanic chamber executives also utilize this opportunity to meet with their Congressional representatives. In addition, every two years, the USHCC issues its Legislative Policy and Priorities to the White House and Congress.

Workshops include Manufacturing in the 21st Century, Improving Access to Capital, America’s Energy Future, U.S. Leaderships in the Global Food Economy, and many more. David Gomez was also invited to two invitation-only GOP and Democratic roundtable discussions between congressional leaders and a small group of Hispanic business owners. David and the other business leaders and members of Congress will share their thoughts on policy in a candid setting. David is excited at taking advantage of this opportunity to speak directly about the issues of importance and concerns for the future ofAmerica’s small business community addressed.

To learn more about the Summit or to join fellow chamber members, business leaders and corporate executives as we work together to strengthen America’s small business community, please visit http://www.ushcclegislative.com/index.php

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