(Replay) Get to Know Your Chambers
Our goal with this series is to inform you of what resources and partners are available to small businesses in our community.
Topics that will be discussed:
- Brief background of each Chamber
- What are the benefits of being a member
- What events and networking opportunities the Chambers offer.
Pueblo Latino Chamber, Noah Commerford:
Noah joined the Latino Chamber in March of 2021 as the Supporting Pueblo Coordinator and in January of 2022 was appointed as the Assistant President & CEO.
In March of 2022, Noah was appointed as the organization's President & CEO. In his position, Noah is responsible for budgeting, administrative and financial management, fundraising, hiring and training personnel, building partnerships throughout the state of Colorado and surrounding region, managing the office building, overseeing all events and programs, and ultimately making decisions to better the Latino Chamber as well as the small business community in Pueblo.
Pueblo West Chamber, Amy Gasperetti:
The Pueblo West Chamber of Commerce is led by networking specialist Amy Gasperetti.
Powered by an amazing background of business-to-business and business-to-consumer experience, Amy’s role as the Pueblo West Chamber of Commerce Director naturally fits her unique skill base and makes her a valuable point of reference for anyone hoping to grow their business in the area.
Greater Pueblo Chamber, Phyllis Samora:
VP of Member Services, Phyllis has worked with the Chamber for over 32 years and has been committed to improving the image and quality of life in Pueblo. Phyllis supports the development of business leaders through the Greater Pueblo Chamber ambassador team and Leadership Pueblo programs.
In addition to her work, Samora has served with many Pueblo organizations, such as the Business Women's Network, the Hispanic Education Foundation, the Carlile School volunteer program and the St. Francis Church Catholic Education Teacher and Church Council.
Fee: No Cost