The Hispanic Metropolitan Chamber recently elected three new members to its board of directors: Gustavo Cruz, Mark Davalos and Elaina Medina.
“We are pleased to add three top Latino professionals to our board who bring legal, education and media expertise to our organization. We look forward to their insights and their active support of our mission to help support the economic advancement of Latinos through business support, higher education support and leadership development,” said Jerry Petty, the chamber’s chair.
Cruz is lawyer for U.S. Bank; Davalos is a deputy superintendent for Portland Public Schools; and Medina is a public information officer for Portland General Electric.
The Hispanic Metropolitan Chamber was established in 1994 and is now the largest Hispanic chamber in the Northwest and one of the 6th largest chambers of any type in Oregon.