Congratulations to our graduates of the 2014 Leadership Development Program
Congratulations to the 25 graduates of our Hispanic Leadership Development Program! Thank you to our sponsors, MillerCoors, Metropolitan State University of Denver, Comcast, Suncor Energy, El Pomar Foundation and the Colorado Trust.
Applications are now being accepted for the 2015 Leadership Development Class. For more information, please contact Lorena Maldonado at 303-620-4492 or
Chamber Member Quoted on Important and Controversial Colorado Issues
Abraham Morales of SE2 was featured on Colorado Public Radio regarding political ads targeting Latinos. He speaks about the growing demographic of Hispanics in Colorado and the importance of targeting the Hispanic/Latino community in any business but specifically in the political realm.
Morales was also featured in a August 16th New York Times article regarding Colorado being an experimental state in terms of pot legalization, energy issues, and gun rights.
“Jessica Acosta of Environmental Consulting Services, is the 2014 Outstanding Women in Business winner for small business owners.
She was honored by the Denver Business Journal during their Outstanding Women in Business awards on August 21st. The event brought more than 700 people to the Hyatt Regency Denver at Colorado Convention Center to honor the Mile High City's most influential women. Congratulations Jessica!”
Chamber Member Appointed by Governor
On August 20, 2014 Governor John Hickenlooper announced several Boards and Commissions appointments. Among those appointments is member of the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Metro Denver, Mosiah James Montoya of Denver, to serve a non-attorney and as a Democrat from the First Congressional District. Business Integration Manager for Noble Energy, Mosiah was appointed for a term expiring December 31, 2019. Congratulations Mosiah!