Suzanne Sierra Appointed to Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Board

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On Thursday, Oct. 15, Suzanne Sierra, Senior Program Manager at The St. Louis Mosaic Project, was appointed to the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Metropolitan St. Louis (HCC) Board.

“I’m very excited to join the Board and look forward to contributing my perspective as a latinx advocate for immigrant-owned businesses,” said Sierra. “The Chamber is an integral player in St. Louis’ business landscape with so many good stories to share about our dynamic community. I look forward to working with the Board and wonderful HCC staff to further elevate our presence and position.”

“With¬†Suzanne‘s extensive experience helping immigrant owned small-businesses in the St. Louis area, we are confident that she will support us in continuing our mission of improving economic development for the Hispanic community in the region,” said Karlos Ramirez, CEO and President of the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.

The Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is a private non-profit corporation with a 501(c)(6) IRS designation. The Chamber was founded in 1982 by a group of Hispanic businesspersons interested in increasing opportunities for Hispanic business owners. Their goal is to improve business opportunities for Hispanic firms and professionals thereby improving the economic development of the St. Louis region.