Greater santa barbara hispanic chamber of commerce
The Mission of the Hispanic Chamber is to foster the economic vitality and prosperity of the Hispanic business community as well as the quality of life of the greater Santa Barbara area.
To provide an organizational forum for the exchange of ideas, information, technical assistance, procurement opportunities, and any other form of business opportunities that enhances the Hispanic business community.
To develop a program of advocacy in order to inform and educate elected and appointed officials, legislative bodies, agencies, public and private organizations, about the concerns, needs and opportunities which affect the Hispanic business community.
Objectives and purposes.
To promote, support and encourage the advancement and development of Hispanic owned businesses as well as the community at large.
Miguel Avila Co-President
Born and raised in Los Altos de Jalisco, Mexico, Miguel came to Santa Barbara at age 16. While supporting his mother and five sisters, he learned English and Hotel Restaurant Management at Santa Barbara City College. Today he is a top Realtor; a Santa Barbara homeowner; the proud father of two daughters, Aimee (UCSB graduate) and Mireya (attending Cornell University), and an active community member.
Jacqueline Inda Co-President
Bio Coming soon.....