Wednesday, August 17, 2011

California Hispanic Chambers select new Chairperson

Sacramento Hispanic Businessman and community leader has been elected Chairperson of the Board of the California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce

Roy M. Perez
SAN JOSE, CA -- The California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce (CaHCC), comprised of 65 local Hispanic Chambers and representing over 700,000 Hispanic business owners in California, has elected Roy M. Perez as the Chairman of the Board of Directors.  The elections were held at the CaHCC's  annual statewide convention held in San Jose, California, August 10-12, 2011. 

As Vice Chairman for the CaHCC since 2007, Perez has been a forceful voice on behalf of Hispanic and small business owners at the California State Capitol.  In addition, he has tirelessly worked on behalf of California Veterans through the powerful American GI Forum of California. 

“Mr. Perez brings the depth of being a small business owner and the knowledge of the legislative process and policy, which gives him a unique understanding of the nexus between small business and public policy and its importance growth of our economy in California,” says Julian Canete, CaHCC President & CEO.

Perez is the President/CEO of RMP Strategies, Inc., a government advocacy and public relations firm located in Sacramento, California, which has been instrumental in pushing for fair legislation for small business owners.  A native Californian, his credentials span a lifetime of involvement in the advocacy and public policy arena.

“I am humbled by the confidence and faith that our Hispanic chambers and business-owners have in me to lead our organization to the next level,” said Perez upon accepting his election to the two-year term as Chairman of the Board.


The California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce is the premier and largest regional ethnic business organization in the nation that promotes the economic growth and development of Hispanic entrepreneurs and California’s Emerging Businesses.

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