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Latina Chamber Of Denver Names First President

 

Theresa Solano Named President/CEO of the Latina Chamber of Denver

 

Chamber focuses on entrepreneurial development, family values and leadership programs for Latinas in Denver

DENVER,  -- Theresa M. Solano has been named the first President/CEO of the Latina Chamber ofDenver. As the first Latina chamber organization in the nation, the Latina Chamber is committed to promoting and advancing the personal, professional, and business interests of Latinas, their families and their communities.

"These are very exciting times for the Latina Chamber and we are extremely proud and excited to have Theresa Solano as our first President/CEO. Theresa is a true testament to the Latina Chamber's mission and a Latina leader who shares our core values. We will work closely with her to break new barriers and empower all Latinas, their families and their communities," said Jessika Aerni, Chair, Board of Directors.

Ms. Solano has extensive expertise in the area of business Development and Community and Corporate Relations both in the Denver metro area as well as nationally. She was recently named the recipient of the 2009 Hispanic Hero Award by the Colorado Rapids; currently serves as the President of the Board of Directors of Mi Casa Resource Center; is a mayoral appointee and co-chair to the Denver Latino Commission and serves as the Vice-Chair of the Board of Trustees of Escuela Tlateolco. Ms. Solano is one of two recipients of the Public Service Credit Union Annual Scholarship and is currently a student at The Women's College of The University of Denver.

"It is the core belief of the Latina Chamber that everyone should have a fair chance and no one should be left behind for lack of access, knowledge and assistance in achieving their goals. I am looking forward to giving back to the community and helping others find their way in life," said Theresa Solano, President/CEO, Latina Chamber, Denver, CO.

Founded in January 2005, the Latina Chamber is the only Chamber in Colorado that addresses the needs of the individual, the family and the community along with the advancement of business.  The Chamber works closely with other chambers, agencies and organizations to make information and resources easily and readily available for businesses and individuals.  Members meet monthly through a motivational luncheon platform. http://www.latinachamber.org

Contact Lori Sutorius Jones

 

Phone:  303-678-7102

 

Cell:  303-981-2328

 

lori@avocetcommunications.com



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