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BAM! facilitates connections, which may lead to contracts, between our larger corporate members and members who own small to mid-size businesses. In addition, BAM! matches business owners with seasoned veterans and senior members of the MDHCC for one-on-one coaching, advocacy, and connections.


Committee Chair: Gigi Guzman

Gigi Guzmán is a business owner and a champion of the Hispanic business community. She previously owned GlobalTech Bilingual Institute, a language institute teaching English as a Second Language and providing workforce development and job placement to Hispanic Latinos. She now owns and runs GiTech Inc., a company that provides Information Technology services. Currently she also serves as an English and Spanish translator and interpreter on contract with a large prime on behalf of a federal healthcare agency.

She is one of two founders of the Maryland Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. Working alongside co-founder Hector Viñas, Gigi worked to make MDHCC known to government officials and Hispanic/Latino business owners. She served as Chair from 2000-2004 and now, 30 years later, she serves on the Board of Directors and chairs the Business Advocacy & Mentorship Committee.


Committee Members:


Carlos Cisneros

Carlos resides in Maryland with his wife and three sons, and works as a Senior Project Manager for The Whiting-Turner Contracting Company. He values the opportunity within that role to improve Whiting-Turner’s relationships with Hispanic businesses and clients. Now as part of the Board of MDHCC he hopes to advance the business development and career opportunities of the local Hispanic community. A Maryland resident for 20 years, he nonetheless stays true to his roots in Guadalajara, Mexico, avidly supporting the Chivas de Guadalajara.


Luis Gutierrez


Luis Gutierrez is an entrepreneur originally from Nicaragua, Central America. Luis is a co-founder of the following organizations: the Baltimore Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and the Maryland Hispanic Business Conference. He is always looking for ways on how to foster the unification of the minority organizations in the region to promote common goals, and achieve a successful cooperation in the business arena, as well as in the legislative participation process.


Corina Morga


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