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Municipalities 2017

25 - 27 May of 2017

Welcome to the most fascinating Global Conferences for Municipalities around the World

Business- Cooperation-Education- Go Global

TRUMP NATIONAL HOTEL DORAL-MIAMI DADE COUNTRY, FLORIDA

ABOUT MINORITY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

Created in September 1, 2000, the Global Economic business organization is focused on trade, economic and investment that reduces poverty for disadvantage municipalities. Is an independent private business international association without any political agenda. Serving the needs of municipalizes and other allied associations from cities and towns worldwide, also engages in municipal research needs, and fosters a spirit of mutual assistance and good fellowship among Mayors around the globe. MCC is a Minority Micro-Small Business Association representing the interests of the powerful minority economy in U.S.A with more than 5,000 companies of all sizes, sectors and geographic.

Join to the World Municipality Conference Miami 2017 Committee:

Their job is to facilitate logistic, protocol and infrastructure for the international summit, and opportunities to support visitors as translator, public relations. This will increase the Chamber’s program, attention and hospitality. The Chamber functions through its committees and ability to provide a world class attention to our delegates from 32 countries and over 300 cities around the world. Our success therefore depends upon the quality of committee activities and accomplishments for our members and partners.

ORGANIZED BY

OUR BOARD OF DIRECTORS

About Doug Mayorga:   

  Since assuming his position in 2000 as the President and Founder of the Minority Chamber of Commerce, Mr. Mayorga has built the Chamber into a business and professional economic development resource with expanded influence across the United States, the Caribbean and Latin America. He established and communicated the strategic importance of multicultural markets and improved business relations between Chamber members, outside corporations, and the U.S. government. He is responsible for translating and transforming the strategic objectives of multicultural markets from the conceptual stage into realized profitable initiatives for the members inside both emerging countries and the corporate world in America.

About Maria Loaisiga:       

The National Executive Director of the Minority Chamber of Commerce. Enhancing South Florida’s Chapter economic growth and advocacy for small businesses has been Ms. Loaisiga’s goal for the past 16 years. Since joining the Chamber in 2000 as the Executive Director, Maria has represented the business community on a wide range of critical issues, most notably those involving trade missions and resources for SMEs, MWBE certification, government procurement, and small businesses globalization, due diligence, diversity and business resources. She is the senior coordinator for the World Municipality Conferences Miami coming up May 26-29, 2017.

About Sonia Flowers:  

Mrs. Sonia Flowers a new business development liaison for Central America and the Caribbean Committee for the World Municipalities Conferences Miami. Mrs. Flowers joined the Minority Chamber of Commerce’s executive staff of the committee. During her tenure, she will coordinate logistic and hospitality committee for Mayors, public officials and VIP visitors to the international activity. Also, Mrs. Flowers will be coordinate assisting with the day-to-day operations of the conference along with working with the Executive Staff and Board of Directors for the global event. Her duties included organized delegations from 20 countries, protocol and official reception.

About Rob Vazquez:  

Chairman of the Cyber Security Committee at the Minority Chamber of Commerce. He is the President of CLARIUM MANAGED SERVICES-founded March 2003, he has led the company’s rapid growth inside local and global developing markets. He has held the position of President and Chief Technology Officer since inception. Under his leadership at the company he has consistently been one of Miami Dade’s fastest growing technology companies.

About Joaquin Fermoselle: Chair of Community Affairs:

A federal government Department of Justice retire. He is the CEO of Fermoselle Translation Services. Actually, he serve at the 11th Judicial Circuit Florida Miami-Dade Criminal Courts as a Staff Interpreter, and he have other companies of high tech like the US Ply for photovoltaic solar panels and water heating solar systems.

 

About Dr. Maria C. Regueiro:

She is the Founder and President of the Florida National University and member of the Chamber since 2005. She is our Chairwoman of the Education Committee, her mission is to contribute to the education of a population of diverse, presently predominantly Hispanic, cultures. Thirty years ago, she and her late husband, Dr. José Regueiro, founded a higher education institution with the dream of providing educational opportunities to the Minority population. Exemplary educators, Dr.  Regueiro’s have been instrumental in helping minority students achieve their educational goals.

About Paul Lester :

Senior Legal Advisor Committee of the Minority Chamber, a federal Government  Staff Attorney and then Assistant to the Director of the Bureau of Consumer Protection at the Federal Trade Commission in Washington, D.C.   He moved to South Florida in February of 1977 and has been in private law practice since then in commercial transactions (real estate, corporate, municipal finance, banking, trade regulation, employment, franchising, and related commercial practice). Mr. Lester is presently Of Counsel to Cole Scott & Kissane, P.A, one of the large Miami Dade County multi-Florida office litigation firm.

About Delia Grullon:

Chair of the Women Entrepreneurship Committee. Ms. Grullon began her career in the airline industry with Eastern Airlines as a customer service and reservation agent, but her passion for the service industry was quickly recognized, and she was soon granted the opportunity to transition over to Carnival Airlines as their new station manager for operations at Miami International Airport. She spent the next several years with Carnival overseeing and managing their day-to-day operations until their dissolution in 1996. Following her tenure at Carnival, Ms. Grullon found herself as one of the new managers for the largest airline in the Central and South American region, Taca Airlines.

About Mr. Bill Kress: 

Chairman of Corporate Image Committee. He is the CEO of Kress Communications, LLC, is an award-winning Public Relations firm, specializing in online communications, social media, event promotion/coverage, and media relations. His experience spans all three business sectors – corporate, non-profit, and municipal government. Mr. Kress has enjoyed a long career in PR and communications. After more than 20 years.

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