New Year, Re(New) Membership

It is time to renew your NYCRHCC membership for 2020.
If you are not already a member, fill out the forms below and become a part of the Hispanic Chamber!


This year we signed an agreement with Hudson Valley Community College allowing us to provide Scholarship funds for 2nd year students. This was possible because we did very well in our 2018 FIESTA. In 2019, FIESTA2 was successful in generating funds that are earmarked for 2020 scholarships, among other educational programs.

In the photo above representatives of the Hispanic Chamber and HVCC are signing the scholarship agreement. Left to right, are Regina LaGatta, HVCC Foundation; Dr. Roger Ramsammy, college president; Diane Nickerson, Chamber Board Secretary and Director Castle Island Bilingual Montessori; Laudelina Martinez, Chamber president and owner Martinez Gallery; and Karen Ferrer-Muniz, Chamber Board member and dean at HVCC.

Membership Application (pdf)

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By-Laws (docx)

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Coming Soon!

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Somos Event- March 6-8th 2020

Capital District Latinos (CDL) will be hosting a program in conjunction with the Hispanic Chamber and Martinez Gallery during the SOMOS conference.


SOMOS, Inc., is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization committed to addressing the needs of the Hispanic population of New York State. Conferences are held twice yearly and serve as a platform for legislators, scholars, business and labor leaders to address various issues. More info is found on their website: https://somosnewyork.org/


Participate in this year's SOMOS opening at Capital District Latinos (CDL), which includes an art exhibition curated and with works on loan from the Martinez Gallery. Shown is an image of last year's CDL exhibition.


Capital District Latinos

160 Central Ave, Albany

Roundtable Discussions

Programs of short duration for members to discuss their knowledge and questions about specific topics led by an experienced businessperson. Two Roundtables are being planned for 2020. One for March and the other in June. Offered free to Members, fee to others.


This is part of the Chamber's professional development educational program for businesses in the Capital Region.

Annual Meeting

Annual meeting of the membership planned for Monday, April 20th from 5:30-7pm at Hudson Valley Community College (second floor of the Dwight Marvin Library). Members may vote; others are invited to attend.

ZINE Fair

“Zine” is short for magazine, a self-made and self- published booklet dedicated to a specific topic. At the fair young people will be constructing and exhibiting them.


For this program, the Hispanic Chamber has joined SUNY Albany, the NYS Writer's Institute, Howe Library, Emma Willard School, Castle Island Bilingual Montessori School, and Averill Park Schools, among others.


Everyone is invited, especially young people. https://www.facebook.com/events/457718461588801/

   

Friday, April 24th 1-3:30pm at

Capital District Latinos is at 160 Central Ave, Albany, NY

Cinco De Mayo Event

Celebrate Cinco De Mayo with the Hispanic Chamber and the Capital District Black and Latino Bar Association! Plans are underway for a great event. More information will be posted here as available and on our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/CapitalRegionHispanicChamber/ 

Thanks to Our Generous Sponsors

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Silver

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Announcing a NYCRHCC Partnership with Michael Roach Creative

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Digital Marketing Competitive Audit/Analysis Report

Don't be in the dark about what separates your business from others in the marketplace. Find out what to fix and improve upon it to gain more market share and increase your bottom line.

About Us

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Our Mission

Incorporated in NY State, the New York Capital Region Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (NYCRHCC) is a 501(c)(6) tax-exempt organization.

The NY Capital Region Hispanic Chamber will seek opportunities for its members to support their professional development, business planning, and networking, among other objectives. It will strengthen relationships among Hispanic professionals, organizations, and businesses, and will connect Hispanic entrepreneurs and the community at large. The Hispanic Chamber will also recognize the achievement of Hispanic individuals and businesses that have a positive influence in the community. 

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Who We Are

Laudelina Martinez, President

Vicente Alfonso, Vice President

Diane Nickerson, Secretary

Victor Gaudin, Treasurer

Karen Ferrer-Muniz, Founding Member

Ladan Alomar

Tania Capaz

Matthew Toporowski

Brenda Baddam

Join Us

Become a part of a growing cadre of influencers working towards the development of Hispanic entrepreneurship within the Capital Region. Meet other like-minded people by taking advantage of events tailored especially for this community. Send in your 2019 dues and explore the full benefits of membership.

Membership Application (pdf)

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By-Laws (docx)

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News & Opportunities

If you or your company are interested in advertising on this website, please contact us. We look forward to working with you.

Contact Us

More Information

NYCRHCC

PO Box 1266 Albany, NY 12201

Hours

Monday - Friday: By Appointment

Saturday - Sunday: Closed

Our Members

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