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Thursday, January 31, 2019

Diane Sanchez is the new SA Hispanic Chamber President & CEO

Hispanic Chamber names new president and CEO
Sánchez was most recently a senior adviser for TriCap Partners, a New York-based independent merchant banking and asset management firm. She is a graduate of the University of Texas at Austin and a native Texan. She was CEO for Telefonica USA and Global Crossing Latin America, president of Terremark, president of Global Operations for Mozido, a senior vice president at Alcatel-Lucent in the Caribbean and Latin America, and a regional sales director for Alestra Mexico.

Sánchez replaces Ramiro Cavazos, who was the Hispanic Chamber's president and CEO for 10 years before he left in September 2018 to become the 
President and CEO of the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. Rebecca Quintanilla Cedillo, a former San Antonio Hispanic Chamber chairwoman, has been interim CEO since Cavazos' departure.

“As chair of the CEO search committee, which has convened for the last three months, my focus was to find a candidate that would continue to lead the Hispanic Chamber with fortitude and vision. The search committee feels that Sánchez is that person, and we can’t wait to see where she will take us,” Immediate-Past Chairwoman Erika Prosper Nirenberg said in a news release. Cedillo's "leadership and grace has been paramount during this time," Prosper said.Sanchez will make her first public appearance for the Hispanic Chamber as president and CEO at its gala on Feb. 2 at the Grand Hyatt.

Take a Stand with Us! "Crimes in SA & Taking Back our City"

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Coming in March - Stand with us!!
join us in fighting crime and violence in our city, by promoting a solution. Powerful leaders in preparing for the next generation to excel in our communities. We must all united in fighting crime in our own back-yards. We have seen a sharp increase in violent crime in the past 14 days.

While law enforcement is crucial, the solution to the problem is far m...ore complex. Our Police Department has been working to build relationships and partnerships with the community. We need to educate our residents about available resources, reinforce the notion that violence is not acceptable and help community leaders improve neighborhood surroundings to create more peaceful environments.

All forms of violent crimes include murder and criminal homicide (voluntary manslaughter), forcible rape, aggravated assault, and robbery, property crimes include burglary, arson, larceny/theft, and motor vehicle theft, drugs, human trafficking, crimes against human rights, and child abuse.

Guest speaker Judiciary, Law Enforcement, Sherriff Dept., Pastors, therapist, psychologist, Texas Rangers, Immigration Officers, etc…

Saturday, January 26, 2019

The Ana Sandoval Campaign Kickoff on 410, draws crowd, 1-26

District 7 City Councilwoman Ana Sandoval with Dr. Louis Escareno, with St. Rep.Trey Martinez FischerSt.Rep. Diego Bernal, & Bexar County Commissioner Pct. 2 Justin Rodriguez, City Councilman Art Hall, former City Councilman, & ACCD Board Member, Joe Alderete, Rose Marie De Hoyos, Dr. William Elizondo former SAISD Board President, former City Councilwoman Maria Berriozabal, Congressman Joquin Castro, Councilman Roberto Trevino, Celina Soto, Rodriguez, Michelle Dalbis Obleto, Councilwoman Ana Sandoval with Gene Marck, David Garcia, Jose Gallego, id  

Ray Lopez Campaign-Headquarters Grand Opening/Bandera, 1-26

 Candidate Ray Lopez  for HD125 (special election) & wife, with supporter & Joseph Cortez & wife, supporters of all ages