About

Igniting Prosperity of Diverse Business Communities!

30+
Years of Service to the High Desert
Who we are

Creating economic opportunities for the Hispanic community and our region

The High Desert Hispanic Chamber Of Commerce is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to the promotion and support of Hispanic heritage,  diverse cultures, individuals, and small and large businesses in the California High Desert. Presently included in our sphere of influence are: Apple Valley, Adelanto, Barstow, Helendale, Hesperia, Lucerne Valley, Oak Hills,  and Victorville.

Our ValueS

A community of like-minded business people that build each other up

HDHCC is a community of business owners, entrepreneurs and professionals committed to
empowering individuals by helping them start and
grow their businesses. As the largest community of
Hispanic business owners across the High Desert, we have the capacity to represent more than 500 businesses. 

Our Vision

Promoting the economic development of a culturally diverse business community through education, networking, marketing, business, and community partnerships.

Our Mission

Building a thriving, inclusive ecosystem in the inland empire, increase opportunities, legislative advocacy, and a deeper understanding between Hispanic businesses, corporate America, and the communities we serve.

What we do

We add value to your business

In the ever-evolving world of business, companies are always on the lookout for ways to boost their growth, broaden their connections, and secure a competitive advantage. The High Desert Hispanic Chamber of Commerce unites a variety of businesses, encouraging cooperation and offering numerous advantages that are essential for achieving success.

Minority Business Certification/Procurement
The High Desert Hispanic Chamber of Commerce serves as your gateway to procurement readiness. We provide a platform for minority-owned businesses to undergo training sessions, enabling them to obtain the necessary certifications as a minority business.
Latino-Arte Comité Empresarial
Our goal is to create, produce and present the Latinx-Hispanic diverse arts and culture to a wider community; and educate through mentorships and workshops in the arts, culture and humanities. We aim to promote our diversity with events such as cultural festivals, bilingual theater and workshops.
Business Advocacy and Policy
The High Desert Hispanic Chamber engages with civic leaders and legislators on behalf of the business community. Our efforts range from solving your business issues at the local, state and federal levels to increasing economic prosperity and equity in the region.
Meet our team

Teamwork makes the dream work.

“Work for a cause, not for applause. Remember to live your life to express, not to impress, don’t strive to make your presence noticed, just make your absence felt.”

Our Board of Directors

Iris Ivette Muñoz

President, HDHCC

also representing:

Catherine Hernandez Winston

chair, Hdhcc

also representing:

Lupe Saenz

cfo, Hdhcc

also representing:

Rosie Isela Unzueta

SECRETARY, Hdhcc

also representing:

Yvonne Molles

Director of Legislative Affairs, Hdhcc

also representing:

Amanda Hernández

Director of Economic Development, Hdhcc

also representing:

Frank Montes

Board Member, Hdhcc

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Adrian Castillo

Board Member, Hdhcc

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Our Advisors

Lizette Angulo

advisor, Hdhcc

also representing:

Manny Serrano

advisor, Hdhcc

also representing:

Moises Cisneros

advisor, Hdhcc

also representing:

Noel Sena

advisor, Hdhcc

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Our Ambassadors

Areley Solares

Ambassador, Hdhcc

also representing:

Elsa Scott

AMBASSADOR, Hdhcc

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Leo Galvan

AMBASSADOR, Hdhcc

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Miguel Avalos

AMBASSADOR, Hdhcc

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Dr. Nakia Wilson

ambassador, Hdhcc

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Resa Barillas

Ambassador, Hdhcc

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Richard Avendano

AMBASSADOR, Hdhcc

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Terry Fitch

AMBASSADOR, Hdhcc

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Zuleyma Vera

AMBASSADOR, Hdhcc

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Ana Maria

AMBASSADOR, Hdhcc

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