Los Angeles Deputy Mayor Romel Pascual inducted the new officers of the newly-formed Pilipino Chamber of Commerce Southern California (PCCSC) at the L.A. City Hall recently.
The PCCSC develops entrepreneurship and innovation, trade workshops, attends employment fairs, and gets involved in advocacy campaign to help Fil-Am businesses in the Southland.
“Although we have been in existence for only a short while, we have created significant partnerships with number of organizations on mutual goals and services for our members,” said Chamber Chairman Matteo Fernandez.
The new officers are:Â Chairman Matteo Fernandez, Vice-chairman Maridy Salle, Vice-chairman Emily Roberts and Public Relations Director Eva Barry, Treasurer Marie Maroon and Secretary Wehnona Cordova.
Attendants of the ceremonyÂ included Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa of Los Angeles, Consul General Mary Jo Bernardo-Aragon of Philippine Consulate General in Los Angeles, Community leader Jay Valencia, Archie Gomez of the Philippine Department of Trade and Industry, Dennis Huang, Executive Director of the Asian Business Association, Ben Lai, President U.S. China Association, Richard Hadel, Representative for Pacific Asian Consortium in Employment, Roberto Manzano, Senior Vice President Promerica Bank, Angela Ayala, Director for the East Valley Area for the LA Mayor’s Office, Jessica Yas, Director East Valley Area for the LA Mayor’s Office, and Eric Sugay, Field Representative for the Office of Council member Richard Alarcon.
Contact information: http://PilipinoChamber.com, and firstname.lastname@example.org or 866-888-3951.