The Dayton Hispanic Chamber strives to provide opportunities for you and your business through networking, advocacy and education. We help the community understand how each company contributes to the economic growth and social development in the Greater Dayton Area.
As such our chamber serves as an aggregator of information, resources and a promoter of interests related to the Hispanic Community and to those wanting to grow their businesses by reaching out to the Hispanic Community. We hope to be an asset to you and your business building a strong and enduring relationship. Enjoy our site and feel free to contact us with any questions.
“El Puente” Learning Center will provide a bridge for the Latino students from the Dayton Public Schools and non-public Schools to narrow the gap of identified academic shortcomings. The program will be a combined effort of the Wright State University College of Education and Human Services, Dayton Public Schools (DPS) and the League of Latin American Citizens (LULAC).
Join this fun fillled evening with local celebrities as they wait on you at El Meson on May 19. Our very own DHC Interim Executive Director, Claudia Cortez and Vice-President Rand Oliver, are some of the stars that will be serving you! All proceeds benefit Partners for Community Living, opening doors of opportunity in the community for people with development disabilities.
Congratulations to our newest additons to the board, Rand Oliver who will be taking on the role of vice president and Claudia Williams, with the role of secretary. Both individuals were recently elected and announced at the 2014 Fiesta Gala.
MEMBERS - Like baseball? Like watching Dayton's very own Dragons baseball team? Well we have a treat for you! The Dayton Dragons have an exclusive offer for Dayton Hispanic Chamber members which gives discounted single and group ticket packages.
Learn more about Claudia in the Dayton Business Journal article (Click here to read)
For the first time ever, Ohio's goal of awarding 15 percent of eligible contractors to minority-owned businesses could be in sight. Click here to read about Ohio's progress.
Businesses are actively looking for bilingual employees because they realize there’s a dramatic demographic shift taking place in the country. Click here to learn more.
The Ohio Minority Business Development Division now has a minority tab on the Development webpage.