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Cámara Hispana de Orlando tiene nuevo presidente y nueva organización

The  Hispanic Chamber of Metro Orlando  (Hispanic Chamber) held Luncheon Ignite 2024, an event that marked a milestone in the history of the organization.

On Tuesday, February 6, in a packed room, the creation of a new non-profit entity was announced and the promotion of Pedro Turushina as the new President and CEO was celebrated.

Elisha Gonzalez, President of the 2024 Board of Directors of the Hispanic Chamber, was in charge of officially announcing the creation of the Foundation for Hispanic Economic Advancement.

This new nonprofit entity will focus on advocating and cultivating relationships with purchasing executives to improve hiring and capacity building opportunities for second-tier Hispanic companies.

Additionally, the organization will provide executive development opportunities for Hispanic professionals, contributing to the overall advancement of the Hispanic business community in Central Florida.

Gaby Ortigoni, who served as President and CEO of the Hispanic Chamber for more than 15 years, will now lead this new entity as senior executive.

Gonzalez also announced that, effective February 1, 2024, Pedro Turushina, who served as vice president since January 2021, became the new President and CEO of the Hispanic Chamber, one of the largest in the Florida region. Central.

As part of his vision, he aims to strengthen the Chamber’s current programs and announced new initiatives such as the CEO Series, new technologies to improve member benefits and a strategic expansion in Osceola, Seminole and surrounding counties.

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