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Marvel Comics’ Miranda-Rodriguez with La Borinquena at the SHCCNJ 4th Annual Diversity Expo

Edgardo Miranda-Rodriguez, creator of La Borinqueña, will join the Statewide Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of NJ (SHCCNJ) 4th Annual Diversity Expo as the Moderator of the panel: “Our Superheroes Don’t Wear Capes – How does the Latino Community break into fields that don’t feature much Latino participation?”  The Panel is scheduled to take place at the Annual Diversity Expo & Luncheon on June 24th, 2016 at the Rutgers University Student Center in New Brunswick, NJ, from 8:00 am to 3:00 pm.

Edgardo Miranda-Rodriguez with his creation La Borinquena

Edgardo Miranda-Rodriguez with his creation La Borinquena

Mr. Miranda-Rodriguez is a writer at Marvel Entertainment, Editor-in-chief at Darryl Makes Comics, LLC and Art Director/Curator/Owner at Somos Arte.  The discussion will also feature dynamic speakers who are passionate about the importance of diversity in business such as Luis Diaz, Esq Gibbons Law; Alison Banks-Moore, Horizon BCBSNJ and L. Jay Burks, Ph. D., Comcast.

“This Expo will provide valuable information to those seeking expert advice on how to start a business, grow your business or simply get more work. It will also help individuals seeking to network with a broad range of businesses from start-ups to seasoned professionals,” said Carlos Medina, Esq., Chairman of the Statewide Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of NJ.

La Borinquena Superheroe creation that contributes to Puerto Rican students' scholarships

La Borinquena Superheroe creation that contributes to Puerto Rican students’ scholarships

He also added, “There are going to be exhibit booths that will put them in direct contact with the Procurement officers from all levels of businesses – large corporations to government offices.  They will learn what contracts are available and how to qualify for them directly from the source.”

The event will include:

  • Ribbon Cutting Ceremony: Greetings and remarks from Sponsors & Elected Officials
  • Exhibit Booths: 50+ exhibitors will be available to put you in direct contact with the Procurement Officers from all levels of businesses. Learn about available contracts and how to qualify for them directly from the sources!
  • Luncheon & Panel Discussion: Our Panel, which will include experts who are passionate about diversity, will discuss the importance of Diversity in Business and available Procurement opportunities.

As a not-for-profit organization for over 25 years, The Statewide Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of NJ (SHCCNJ) has become the voice of the 80,000 Hispanic-owned businesses that contribute over 12 Billion to the State’s economy. The Chamber is the premier vehicle to access the Latino community and its formidable purchasing power, as evidenced by our growth of non-Hispanic membership reaching 45 percent.

For more information on this event or on the Chamber, you can access www.shccnj.org or contact Erica Horton at ehorton@shccnj.org.

 

 

Save the Date SHCCNJ Annual Convention

SAVE THE DATE SHCCNJ 25th Annual Convention & Awards Luncheon

The Brownstone reception hall

The Brownstone reception hall

We encourage you to take advantage of the many exciting opportunities to learn the tools and skills that business owners, entrepreneurs, and individuals need to be successful, especially in these economic times. As always, participants can choose from a selection of workshops and also take advantage of the numerous opportunities for career development and networking. You will hear from experts in the business community who will provide their valued insights.

Date: October 16, 2015

Click here to register: https://shccnj25thconvention.eventbrite.com

Phone: 973-900-5886

Email: chamber@shccnj.org

Website: www.shccnj.org

Venue: The Brownstone

351 West Broadway, Paterson, NJ 07522 United States

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The Brownstone greenhouse

The Brownstone greenhouse

Agenda

7:00 AM  Exhibit Set-up

8:00 AM   Registration & Complimentary Breakfast

9:00 AM – 9:30 AM  Opening Reception –Celebrating 26 years of service!

Join government officials, corporate leaders and diplomats in the excitement and enthusiasm as we open the Annual Convention and Expo and celebrate the Chamber’s 26 years of service. Explore the many varied products and services on display by over 60 Exhibitors. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to make new business contacts, explore new business opportunities and cultivate relationships with the fast growing Hispanic Business community!

9:00AM – 4:00 PM  Expo / Convention

10:00 AM – 11:30 AM  Workshops

Start or expand your business! Take advantage of an opportunity for meetings and learn about valuable resources available for your business.

12:30PM – 2:30 PM  Awards Luncheon*

Be part of this innovative international event! Socialize with New Jersey’s public officials and international diplomats. Learn about New Jersey’s future in International Markets. The atmosphere will be electrifying! Meet corporate representatives and market your organization. Discover the future, Join us!

*Please note that this is a ticketed portion of the event. Tickets are $85/person and must be purchased in advance.*

Click here to view information about Sponsorships and Exhibit Booths.

You may register online by clicking here.

For more information, please contact our office at 973-900-5886 or chamber@shccnj.org.

 

 

Eliana Murillo at Hispanicize Week 2013

Eliana Murillo keynote speaker at 5th Annual Hispanic Business Expo MCRCC

Eliana Murillo at Hispanicize Week 2013

Eliana Murillo at Hispanicize Week 2013

Eliana Murillo, head of multicultural marketing at Google, Inc., will be the keynote speaker at the Middlesex County Regional Chamber of Commerce (MCRCC) 5th Annual Hispanic Business Expo – Feria de Negocios Hispanos del Centro de Nueva Jersey. The Expo will take place on Tuesday, July 21 from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Pines Manor, 2085 Lincoln Highway (Route 27 South) in Edison, NJ.

“We are extremely pleased that Eliana has accepted our invitation to address this year’s Hispanic Business Expo, especially because this is our fifth year organizing this event, which has grown year after year,” said Luis O De La Hoz, Chair of the Hispanic Business Council at the MCRCC. “Eliana brings her experience at Google in cross-product strategy and diversity program development designed to attract and support multicultural users and business owners,” he said.

Eliana Murillo (center) with friends Luis O De la Hoz (MCRCC), Tayde Aburto, (HECC), Carlos Medina (SHCCNJ), Frank Garcia (NYSCHC) and Reina Valenzuela.

Eliana Murillo (center) with friends Luis O De la Hoz (MCRCC), Tayde Aburto, (HECC), Carlos Medina (SHCCNJ), Frank Garcia (NYSCHC) and Reina Valenzuela.

Eliana has been very active in creating technology-based programs that support entrepreneurship, education, and civic responsibility. She started as an intern and scale her way up as a Diversity Business Development analyst, in which role she saw the need to create strategies to engage diverse small businesses.

A Harvard graduate, where she obtained a Bachelors in Sociology and Economics, she was well-known for her active participation in founding the Latino Business Connection at the Ivy League institution, and the initiator of the Latina Empowerment and Development Conference (LEAD). She also studied international business at the University of Nicosia in Cyprus.

Originally from Oxnard, California, she has been featured in several publications such as Fast Company, Fortune, CNN Money, Latina Magazine, Latin Trends, American Latino Magazine and has been awarded profusely by Poder 360° as 20 under 40 Latinos Going Places in 2013 and LatinTrends 2013 Trendsetter. Also, she was recognized in the “Top 10 More Must Follow Prolific Latinos” list on Twitter in 2012 by VistaHispano.

Don’t miss this great opportunity to meet Eliana! Please register for this FREE event.

Helen Troncoso, Miss NY America 2012 with Carlos Medina, SHCCNJ Presdient and Luis O De la Hoz, Board member, at the 2014 First Health and Wellness Fair.

The power of Hispanic business at the SHCCNJ 2nd Annual Health and Wellness Fair  

Erica and Diana

If you have not registered yet for the Statewide Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey (SHCCNJ) Second Annual Health & Wellness Fair taking place this coming Friday May 15, you are still on time. Come early to help kick off the day! The first 100 attendees will receive goodie bags filled with samples, coupons and products from sponsors.

This event, which brings together over 100 exhibitors including large corporations, small businesses, restaurants and individual health professionals interested in sharing knowledge on pressing health issues in the local community, is open to all members and non-members of the chamber.

The fair will take place at the Robert Treat Hotel in Newark, NJ. A Newark landmark for nearly 100 years, the Robert Treat Hotel has been a favorite for generations, hosting five presidents, numerous governors and many foreign dignitaries. Mayor of the City of Newark, Ras Baraka will be on hand alongside Gold Sponsors to welcome attendees to the event. They will also serve as speakers at the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony.

Exhibitors at the 2014 First Health and Wellness Fair.

Exhibitors at the 2014 First Health and Wellness Fair.

 “We are proud to organize this event not only to benefit members & friends of SHCC-NJ, but the community at large as well. Anyone can benefit from the wealth of great information that will be available”, said Carlos Medina, Esq., Chairman of the Statewide Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey.

Exhibitors at the Fair will offer best practices, samples and products to maintain optimal health.

Mercedes and Natalia Novoa

Mercedes and Natalia Novoa, mother and daughter Zumba and Meditation instructors.

One of these exhibitors is Natalia Novoa, a Zumba and Meditation instructor. “I have a masters degree in Holistic Health and I am teaching group fitness classes of Zumba and Meditation with my mother, Mercedes Novoa.  We are a mother/daughter team inspiring people from all different ages, sizes, races, and types.  The SHCCNJ has given me support throughout my career so I owe where I am today to the chamber and it is time to give back to my community,” she said enthusiastically.

Take your blood pressure and more! (Exhibitors at the 2014 First Health and Wellness Fair)

Take your blood pressure and more! (Exhibitors at the 2014 First Health and Wellness Fair)

The Statewide Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey had its beginnings in 1989. Since mid-1998, the SHCC-NJ has become the largest chamber in New Jersey and rated among the top chambers in the Garden State for ten consecutive years. SHCC-NJ is the Flagship of the Small Business Community and its non-Hispanic membership has grown to forty-five percent, making it the perfect vehicle to access the Latino community and its formidable purchasing power. The SHCC-NJ has been actively involved with the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.

Additional information regarding event attendance or sponsorship can be obtained by emailing the Chamber at chamber@shccnj.org or by phone at (973) 900-5886. For more information on this event or on the Chamber, you can access www.shccnj.org or contact Aixa Lopez at chamber@shccnj.org.

Susana G Baumann, Editor-in-Chief LIBizus wins Tecla Award at Hispanicize 2015

LatinasInBusiness.us wins TECLA Awards Best Business Blog at Hispanicize 2015

Susana Baumann at Tecla Awards Hispanicize 2015

Susana Baumann at Tecla Awards Hispanicize 2015

It was nerve racking, it was exciting, and it was intoxicating!  A newbie at the Hispanicize event –my first time participating–, the TECLA Awards at Hispanicize 2015 turned out to be such a combination of emotions!

The venue, the Marriot Marquis at Biscayne Boulevard in Miami 19th floor was gorgeous: pool, outside setting for the welcoming reception; inside, the living-room style setting with white armchairs and a central stage. Manny “the man at Hispanicize” Ruiz gave the intro words in his own casual style to around 300 people who attended the awards reception.

Meeting new friends we have been following on Twitter was such a treat: Melanie GonzaLez @mendezgonzales, Lynn Ponder @Ponderful, Lissa Monet Morales @xoxoLizza, Jeannette Kaplun @JeannetteKaplun, and so many others we admire and follow!

Susana G Baumann @LIBizus and Claudia Krusch @ckrusch at Hispanicize 2015

Susana G Baumann @LIBizus and Claudia Krusch @ckrusch at Hispanicize 2015

Best Business or Finance Blog was one of the last to come up during the first part of the night. We were competing with Cuponeando and Think Multicultural. My kudos to both of them for the great job they do!

Although I wanted to win –of course, you work all year and live for these moments– I did not think being such a young platform we would have a chance– but when they mentioned LatinasIn Business.us as the winner, a feeling of fulfillment and completion took over me.

At only six months of launching LIBizus, we have over 5000 followers on our site and that is the most rewarding feeling: there is a niche looking for what we offer. Now, being recognized by our colleagues is even more exciting, the welcome to the Hispanicize family and the world of Latino social media. That is more than we could expect!

Hispanicize 2015 Tecla Awards at Marriot Marquis in Miami

Hispanicize 2015 Tecla Awards at Marriott Marquis in Miami

I have met many bloggers I admire; many of them have been in the social media trend for a long time. I have a lot to learn from these amazing Latinas, and meeting them allows me to now reach out and invite them to be a part of OUR LIBizus. After all, this is what we are, this is what we do: we tell the stories of amazing Latinas in business making history.

A special thanks to the Statewide Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey (SHCCNJ) for always supporting LIBizus and for the great work they are doing at reaching out in social media. Gracias Prez Carlos Medina, my friend and mentor Luis O De la Hoz and all the team at SHCCNJ. I’m proud to represent you everywhere I go!

Susana G Baumann with Tecla Award 2015 for Best Business Blog

Susana G Baumann with Tecla Award 2015 for Best Business Blog

Traditional handcrafted Vehicle registration plates for sale in Cuba

To Cuba or not to Cuba Obama opens small business opportunities

Traditional handcrafted Vehicle registration plates  for sale in Cuba

Traditional handcrafted vehicle registration plates for sale in Cuba

The Statewide Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey (SHCCNJ), in collaboration with The Latino Institute, Inc. and Nicoll Davis & Spinella LLP will present this Thursday February 26th, 2015 from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm a frank discussion of the new changes in policy by the Obama administration and the extent of diplomatic relations’ normalization between Cuba and the USA. A qualified panel of experts in the region will also explain the potential trade and business opportunities between both countries, and the future of the U.S. Embargo.

“As the voice of the 70,000 Hispanic-owned businesses in New Jersey, our offices have been overwhelmed with questions about the new Cuba regulations. It is our job then to educate our members and friends on what these new regulations mean to their businesses,” said Carlos Medina, Esq., Chairman of the SHCCNJ.

The Obama Administration made policy changes announcement on December 17, 2014 allowing for new business opportunities with and expanded travel to Cuba by Americans and businesses that are subject to USA Law.

Keynote speaker Marco A Gonzalez, Esq

Keynote speaker Marco A Gonzalez, Esq

Marco A. Gonzalez, Jr., Esq., partner at Nicoll, Davis & Spinella, LLP, will be the keynote speaker at the event. With over 16-year experience representing and counseling clients in Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands and throughout the Caribbean, Gonzalez has counseled and represented clients on the prohibitions under the Cuban embargo, and licensed trade and travel to Cuba.

“Our firm has also been inundated with questions regarding the new travel and business regulations so we decided to reach out to businesses in the region to explain the extent and possibilities of the new travel conditions,” Gonzalez said.

The expert reminds all business owners that the embargo is still in effect. “However,” he said, “there are little holes that now allow for expanded travel while reducing the licensing procedure red tape.”

According to Gonzalez, with the new changes, the administration has issued general licenses that provide expanded opportunities for Americans to travel to Cuba in these 12 categories:

1. Family visits
2. Official business of the U.S. government, foreign governments, and certain intergovernmental organizations
3. Journalistic activity
4. Professional research and professional meetings
5. Educational activities
6. Religious activities
7. Public performances, clinics, workshops, athletic and other competitions, and exhibitions
8. Support for the Cuban people
9. Humanitarian projects
10. Activities of private foundations or research or educational institutes
11. Exportation, importation, or transmission of information or information materials
12. Certain authorized export transactions

vintage model cars in a souvenir shop in cuba

Vintage model cars in a souvenir shop in Cuba.

“The bottom line is that travelers relying on a general license must ensure that they are satisfying each and every provision of the license to avoid any issues with the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC). Out of the 12 categories of authorized travel to Cuba, businesses may focus on a few that may provide new opportunities with the people of Cuba,” Gonzalez said.

He believes it could open great opportunities for small businesses willing to take the time to travel to the island and connect with small independent Cuban entrepreneurs –emprendedores cubanos– who might be willing to establish export-import agreements with US small businesses.

Cuban small entrepreneurs are strapped but with some capital injection from business partners in the continent, they might be able to start producing larger inventories for export to the United States. On the other hand, they might need supplies, machinery and products either produced or manufactured in the United States. (For a list of allowed exports to Cuba visit the Bureau of Industry and Security at the US Department of Commerce.)

Handmade hats for sale on a touristic street market in the beach of Varadero in Cuba

Handmade hats for sale on a touristic street market in the beach of Varadero in Cuba.

“Under the category of Support to the Cuban people, many small businesses can find a way through the regulations to establish permanent trade relations with their Cuban counterparts,” Gonzalez said. “The best way would be to connect with chambers of commerce, professional associations or producers’ cooperatives to establish connections and discuss trade agreements conditions,” he said.

The SHCCNJ invites all its members and business friends to attend and ask questions regarding these new opportunities at the event that will take place on Thursday, February 26th from 6:00 to 9:00 pm at the Bergen Community College – Meadowlands Campus – 1280 Wall Street West Lyndhurst, NJ 07071-3517.

To register for this event or information on the Chamber, you can access www.shccnj.org or contact Erica Horton at ehorton@shccnj.org.

For additional information on changes in regulation you can see Change in Regulations Allow For New Business Opportunities with and Expanded Travel to Cuba By Americans.

Callejon de Hamel in Havana, Cuba

Callejon de Hamel in Havana, Cuba

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5 Most read articles on LatinasInBusiness.us

social media iconsJust to start the year with the right foot –or the left one if you feel more power on that one, like many soccer players do-, I took the time to analyze what articles were doing best on our platform and why, so I can give you some tips on how to use our platform. Here are the winners:

 

  1. Modern Day Latinas have a story to tell on Merrick Park

The inspirational story of an accomplished Cuban-American entrepreneur, Aymee Zubizarreta, the idea and message behind the new series aims at changing the traditional image of Latinas in TV series and movies into who they really are: accomplished professionals, well-educated career driven and family oriented women having big dreams, facing and overcoming their challenges and most importantly, thriving on their own in a bicultural and bilingual world. She is now on the funding efforts stage, so we will continue to support her cause!

2. Empanada Fork makes a mark for Latina entrepreneur

Hipatia Lopez “idea” began around the kitchen table during the holiday season when her family was making 100 empanadas. She envisioned a tool that would help with closing the empanadas easily and quickly; found an architect who helped her with perfecting the drawings to make it come to life on paper and patent tool. From the kitchen table to main supermarket chains and wholesalers, for Hipatia the rest is history!

3. SHCC of NJ Awards Luncheon Photo Gallery

This fabulous annual event featured the who’s who in New Jersey Latino entrepreneurs, included awards, workshops and an exhibit floor with over 250 expositors. Well done, Statewide Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey and Carlos Medina, Prezi!

4. Talent and innovation at Latinas Think Big™ Summit

Dr. Angelica Perez-Litwin, a top national influencer devoted to advancing and supporting Latina innovators, is leading Latinas Think Big™. Dr. Perez-Litwin’s intention is to bring to a national debate the disparities in Latinas’ career development in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics), with an emphasis on technology, and to address the digital divide in this country. Congratulations, Angelica!

5. Monica Taher when crisis sets the path to financial freedom

Monica Taher, a Latina in business who defines herself as a serial entrepreneur, faced the turmoil of splitting with her lifetime partner in 2011. Today, she shares some tips on how she came back from the ashes and acquired financial freedom doing what she loves. Fabulous come back story, all the best to brave Monica!

 

All these articles were successful readers not only because of the value of their stories but also because the Latinas featured on them understood the value of the tool we provide and took the time and effort to share with their communities and social media.

LatinasInBusiness.us has been designed to provide a space, a window of opportunity, a platform for Latinas who want to share their concerns, expertise, strategies and achievements. We also want the site to be a productive possibility for those who would like to promote their product or service, attract customers to their businesses, learn about social media, give business advice or ask for business advice, be a “madrina,” become a minority vendor or find business to business trade opportunities. Thank you! Sign up for our exclusive newsletter

We will continue to do so by bringing excellent tools that you can use to promote your story, your business or your cause. Watch out, 2015, here we come!

SHCC of NJ Awards Luncheon Photo Gallery

Click on any picture to see wonderful moments of the 2014 Statewide Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Awards Luncheon!

Latinas in SM something to talk about at SHCCNJ

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24th Annual Convention and Awards Luncheon SHCCNJ

An attendance of over 350 business people and more than 70 exhibitors made the 24th Annual Convention and Awards Luncheon of the Statewide Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey (SHCCNJ) once again a great success.

A full day of activities, workshops and exhibit expo included the presence of Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno, who talked to the needs of Hispanic businesses in New Jersey in a friendly and open address. “I will give you my cell number so you can call me and tell me how we can help you. You pay for it so you better take advantage of it,” she said to a cheering business audience.

She also announced that The Center for Hispanic Policy, Research and Development (CHPRD) recently approved a $85,000 grant for the SHCCNJ to provide technical assistance to small businesses in New Jersey.

Carlos Medina, President of the SHCCNJ, enhanced the economic power of Latinos in the Garden State. “We have 70K registered Latino businesses in New Jersey contributing 10 billion to the economy. We must acknowledge that Hispanic businesses continue to grow even during the last Great Recession, creating jobs and opportunities for millions of families and communities in the country,” he said.

Business Advocate of the Year Michellene Davis , Barnabas Healthcare System

Business Advocate of the Year Michellene Davis , Barnabas Healthcare System

Latina Trailblazer of the Year Vanessa Deleon, VDA Designs

Latina Trailblazer of the Year Vanessa Deleon, VDA Designs

Awardees for this year Annual Convention included Business Advocate of the Year Michellene Davis , Barnabas Healthcare System; Latina Trailblazer of the Year Vanessa Deleon, VDA Designs, Healthcare Advocate of the Year James R. Gonzalez, University Hospital; Businesswoman of the Year Hipatia Lopez, H.L. Unico LLC; Legislator of the Year Hon. Vincent Prieto, Speaker of the General Assembly; Attorney of the Year Anna Maria Tejada, Kaufman, Dolowich, Voluck; Business of the Year Carlos & Constance Vega, Jersey Italian Gravy, LLC; and Restaurant of the Year Juan Zaldivar, Lola Latin Bistro.

The highlight of the day was, however, the Latinas in Social Media panel, a team of six thought-provoking Latinas in business with a combined direct following of over 18K and hundreds of thousands of indirect followers. Reina Valenzuela, CEO Starfish Global; Jazlyn Carvajal, Latinas in STEM; Claudia Krusch, trendylatina.com; Barbara Trujillo Gomez , B&B Fit, LLC; Hipatia Lopez, H.L. Unico LLC; and Susana G Baumann, Director

; Attorney of the Year Anna Maria Tejada, Kaufman, Dolowich,

; Attorney of the Year Anna Maria Tejada, Kaufman, Dolowich, Voluck

Businesswoman of the Year Hipatia Lopez, H.L. Unico LLC

Businesswoman of the Year Hipatia Lopez, H.L. Unico LLC

LCSWorldwide and Editor-in-Chief LatinasInBusiness.us, provided an eager to learn audience some strategies, tips and guidance to grow their businesses through social media. The panel also invited the public to follow the presenters with their Twitter handles and grow their own following.

During the panel, SHCCNJ Board Member Luis O De la Hoz spoke to the audience about the importance of attending this type of events. “You have to show up! All of you that are here have now made contact with these wonderful Latinas in Social Media who will help you grow your business. Those who are not here have missed this great opportunity to network and meet people who would benefit their businesses,” he said.

Carlos Medina was grateful for this year great success, “Thank you all for making both the panel and the entire event such a success. I certainly felt a little extra energy and love in the room this year and many attendees expressed the same ‘vibe.’”

In case you missed the panel, here are the panelists Twitter handles:

Business of the Year Carlos & Constance Vega,

Business of the Year Carlos & Constance Vega, Jersey Italian Gravy, LLC

Moderator Claudia Krusch @ckrusch www.trendylatina.com

Panelist Susana G Baumann @sbaumann342 @LIBizus, latinasinbusiness.us/

Panelist Jazlyn Carvajal @LatinasinSTEM @jazcar03, latinasinstem.com

Panelist Hipatia Lopez @EmpanadaFork, empanadafork.com

Panelist Barbara Trujillo-Gomez @BarbaraTGomez, bandbfit.com

Panelist Reina Valenzuela @Soylamar, starfishglobal.com

Organizer Luis O De la Hoz @LuisODLH @FNHCNJ www.latinosmallbusinessowner.com

Latina Entrepreneurs in Social Media Panel (L to R) R. Valenzuela, J.Carvajal, SG Baumann, C. Krush, B. Gomez-Trujillo, H. Lopez

Latina Entrepreneurs in Social Media Panel (L to R) R. Valenzuela, J.Carvajal, SG Baumann, C. Krusch, B. Trujillo Gomez, H. Lopez