The bulk of organizational records contained in the Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Records cover 1978 to the present. Seven additional linear feet acquired in 2018 consists primarily of oversized regalia, awards, audiovisual items (VHS, DVD, CD, Betacam, and microcassette), born-digital records, meeting minutes, certificates, and print items such as magazines.
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The Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce was founded in 1977 with the mission to advocate for the interests of Houston’s Hispanic business community. In 2007, Dr. Laura Murillo was named president and chief executive office of the Chamber. Under Murillo’s leadership, the HHCC has grown to become one of the largest in the nation. Before taking over leadership of the HCCC, Dr. Murillo worked as a senior executive for the Memorial Herman Health System. Prior to that, she worked in student services at the University of Houston. The youngest director in UH’s history, Murillo was employed at the University for fifteen years, holding such positions as the Director for the Urban Experience Program. Landmarks for the organization include establishing the Greater Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Foundation to offer more training and education in business in 2010, and the Emerging Leaders Institute in 2012. The Institute is designed to generate professional training, development, mentorship, community enagement and recruite opportunities The Houston Hispanic Chamber of commerce advocates for the interests of Houston’s Hispanic business community. It was founded in 1977 by prominent Hispanic businesspeople. It consists of a Board of Directors, Committees, a Corporate Advisory Board, as well as professional staff. In 2010 the Chamber established the Greater Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Foundation to offer more training and education in business. Author: Elizabeth Cruces
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Materials were donated to Special Collections by the Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce in 2016. Additional materials were donated in 2018.
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Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Records. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. To cite a specific item from this collection, please consult the most recent edition of your style manual for the proper formatting. https://findingaids.lib.uh.edu/repositories/2/resources/416 Accessed January 20, 2020.