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Partnerships and Memberships Committee
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Our Partnerships Committee is driven to serve our members. We are focused on providing our members the necessary tools to increase their visibility and influence within the diverse Latino community by recognizing and leveraging the key assets from our cultural diversity and multilingual talents in the business world.

Through our established partnerships and strategic alliances, our committee works in tandem with the Marketing committee to offer a variety of customized membership opportunities designed to best serve the needs of our members in the State of Maryland. This ranges from setting the platform for the growth of Latino-owned businesses, to expanding their network infrastructure, procurement opportunities, partnerships, leadership education and training seminars.



Committee Chair:
Juan Barbaran

Contact the Chair at Juan.Barbaran11@Gmail.com

Juan Barbaran is an expert sales professional, entrepreneur and family man. After leaving his home country of Peru in his twenties, Juan pushed himself to learn English, wash dishes to support himself as he earned a business administration degree from the University of Baltimore, and go on to a successful career in sales and as a burgeoning small business owner. He now works as a multi-cultural ambassador at Paychex and works alongside his wife to create amazing guacamole for his thriving young business, Juan of a Kind Foods.

Juan has been on MDHCC’s Board of Directors since 2015 and now serves as both Vice Chair and Chair of the Partnerships and Memberships Committee.

Committee Members:


 

Corina Morga

 

Corina's passion for helping people is reflected in all her efforts and is fueled by the desire to support those in need.  She supports the local community with a small business and a non-profit, BmoreLatina, that was inspired by helping disadvantaged woman and children build economic independence and empowerment through understanding how to navigate the paths to the success achieved by upward mobility of the American Dream.  A Los Angeles native with a Harford County, MD upbringing, her business in construction cleaning is built upon her blue collar roots.  As a compassionate business owner, she understands the success of building a business is achieved by demonstrating leadership and support for the community.  It is also fitting that she is a graduate student at Johns Hopkins Carey Business School which supports her entrepreneurial spirit and concept of "business with humanity in mind".   In 2016, she won the title "Woman of the Year" for the Leukemia Lymphoma Society in a victorious fundraising effort to support baby Brielle and her grandfather's legacy.  She is also the President of the Greater Baltimore Regional Chapter of the Maryland Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.   The chapter launch focuses on Business Advocacy and Mentorship that provides an opportunity for her to help other small businesses with a mentorship program.  "The objective to bridge the cultural gap with growing Hispanic businesses and the Baltimore community at large is a win/win for everyone.  Having a mentor as a resource would have helped tremendously five years ago and even today, I believe in the program." -- Corina


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