Our Chamber provides quality events and seminars through the volunteer efforts of our dedicated members. Our members continually put their talents and resources together to work for the betterment of our chamber and the community of Brazoria County. The BCHCC Members volunteer and serve on our Chamber Committees and are the heart of the Brazoria County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.
Embajadores (Ambassadors) committee is in charge of the retention of existing BCHCC Members, enlistment of new members, and serves as goodwill representatives of the Chamber at a variety of events. The committee also serves as the point of contact for the Ribbon Cutting Ceremonies.
Business Development Committee
The Committee plans all workshops and informational seminars for its members and the business community at-large in Brazoria County. The committee also serves as the organizers of networking events, “ Business After Hours” and “Café y Pan Dulce.”
Spanish Speaking Business Outreach Committee (SSBOC)
The Committee is in charge of the recruitment of Spanish speaking business leaders, plans informational seminars, and holds “Latino Round Table” events in Spanish for the Hispanic business community in Brazoria County.
Awards Gala Committee
The committee coordinates all logistics regarding event details, works with sponsors and vendors to plan our Annual Awards Gala, and volunteers at the event. The Gala serves as a space for all members to mingle and honor members who show an outstanding commitment to service.
Hispanic Heritage Festival Committee
The committee coordinates all logistics regarding event details, works with sponsors, non-profit organizations, and vendors to plan our Hispanic Heritage Festival. The committee serves as the point of contact for ideas and scheduling and volunteers at the event.
Cinco de Mayo Golf Tournament Committee
The Committee coordinates all logistics regarding event details, recruits sponsors, enlist participants, and volunteers at the event. All Golf lovers welcomed to ensure this tournament is full of fun and socializing!
BCHCC Young Professionals Committee
The Young Professionals engages people from 18-35, who look to connect with others, and make an impact through events and workshops in Brazoria County. Our efforts are to ensure personal and community development to build future leaders.
Meeting times vary, and are usually held monthly. For more information on joining a committee, please contact Gina Aguirre Adams, President/CEO of the BCHCC, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (979) 233-2223.