NHCC Seeks Corporate Leaders to Serve on Board of Directors

NHCC Seeks Corporate Leaders to Serve on Board of Directors

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The National Hispanic Corporate Council (NHCC) Nominations & Elections Committee is identifying candidates for NHCC Board of Directors consideration. This is an excellent opportunity to elevate your corporate presence with a national organization. It is also a great opportunity for professional development. 


  • Represent a member company in good standing
  • Approval from the company’s primary contact
  • Attended an NHCC event in the past two years

Representative from non-member company will be considered if the company commits to a corporate membership


  • Become an NHCC champion and ambassador; 
  • Represent the best interests of the organization and your respective company; 
  • Be active and present as much as possible: review all relevant material before meetings. Participate and contribute to organizational development strategies;   
  • Carries out individual assignments made by the Chair; 
  • Serve or led a committee to ensure that the committee proposes policies and/or develops products and services that provide value to NHCC members;  


  • Serve a 2-year renewable term
  • Attend board meetings 3 – 4 times a year. Meetings are typically held in conjunction with NHCC Meetings:
    • Board Strategy Meeting (January 2020); 
    • Spring Board Meeting at the Annual Meeting (June 2020); 
    • Mid-year conference call (July/August 2020); 
    • Fall Board Meeting at the Regional Forum (Fall 2020); 
  • At times board members cannot make it in person, so they’ve joined by phone or for partial periods;


  • Statement of Interest 
  • Biography 
  • Resume 
  • Deadline: Friday, August 21, 2020 … submit via earabu@nhcchq.org 

Contact: Eduardo Arabu, Executive Director, earabu@nhcchq.org 

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