Standing Committees


Reporting to the Board of Directors, the LCCC has five standing committees that assist with the overall mandate of the organization.



Ambassadors are members that help the Chamber meet its fiscal and mission goals by working to visit continuing members throughout the year. Ambassadors also serve as the Chamber’s representatives when new companies have ribbon cuttings, or grand opening ceremonies.





The LCCC Membership Committee provides support and leadership associated with the recruitment, onboarding, retention, and satisfaction of members. The Committee is authorized to carry out any activities or actions reasonably related to the Committee’s purpose or as directed by the Board.

Chair: Raúl Colón

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The committee is responsible for recommending and maintaining financial policies, goals and budgets that support the LCCC mission, values, and strategic goals. The committee also reviews the organization’s financial performance against its goals and proposes major transactions and projects to the board.

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The marketing committee is responsible for helping to grow the LCCC by promoting activities and events. The committee provides leadership and support to raise awareness about Latino businesses and LCCC membership benefits. The committee is responsible to ensure that these activities and initiatives are carried out in a manner that is consistent with the organization’s mission, values, and strategic goals.

Chair: Maria D. Colón

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The events committee is mainly responsible for planning and managing LCCC special events. The committee provides support in the area of location selection, logistics, volunteers and programs. The committee is responsible to ensure that events are carried out in a manner that is consistent with the organization’s mission, values, and strategic goals.

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The Education committee facilitates communications between community and education leaders in order to raise educational attainment, encourage workforce preparedness, and elevate the quality of Latinos in Canada. The Education Committee is also responsible for the implementation of the Chamber’s Ed Up Campaign to raise educational attainment throughout Canada.

Chair: José Marquez




The Awards committee is a fund raising group that is responsible for the annual selection of recipients for the  signature Chamber event that honor Latino Business, Volunteerism and Civic engagement in Canada.





The Strategic Planning committee is a working group that prepares and at least annually reviews the Chamber’s strategic plan for the growth and development. It may also review and recommend updates on planning in fulfillment of overall strategic priories.




The Cultural committee is a Chamber directed forum using the strength of Canada’s diverse Latino backgrounds and cultures to deliver quality programs and events where members of the group can acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to build relationships and create business opportunities in new and growing markets.





The Government Affairs working group is an important forum where Chamber member business leaders and elected or appointed officials and agency administrators openly discuss issues of mutual interest.




The technology committee is responsible for overseeing and providing guidance on matters related to technology and innovation. The committee makes recommendations to the Board on the application of information technology to promote the growth and sustainability of the organization.

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