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Hispanic Chamber 2015 Board Members

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Below is the 2015 Hispanic Chamber Board members elected by the Membership at the annual meeting
last October.

Angelique Rodriguez-Gunion – Titan Environmental Services, Inc. (new)
Estella Morales – Community Leader (new)
Maria Antonia Perez-Andujar – Spanish Voice Group LLC DBA Index Lingua (new)
Nestor Zuluaga – Zuluaga Real Estate Group Inc (new)
Rick Usher – KCMO City Manager’s Office (new)
Shannon Fields – Social Shadow Consulting (new)
Raul Duran – Arvest Bank (new)
Luis Armando Garcia – H&R Block (Treasurer) (re-elected to second term)
Andrea Allison-Putman – YMCA of Greater Kansas City (re-elected to second term)
Adrienne Foster – State of Kansas, Kansas Hispanic & Latino American Affairs
Commission (re-elected to second term)

Standing Board members

Joe Valenciano – BMO Harris Bank Chair (New Chairman)
Liz Serpa Flook – Cordish Company
Liz Reyes – The Foley Company (appointed)
Rick Rangel – Rangel Office Distribution (appointed)
Gene Johnson – Community Leader (appointed)
Enrique Guttierez – Teocali Mexican Restaurant (Chair Elect)
David Douglass – KCP&L (Secretary)
Michelle Word – Burns & McDonald
Mario Urquilla – Enterprise Bank
Darren Prenger – Ecco Select
Betty Kaegel – Kansas City Royals
David Sanchez – Sprint
Alex Gonzalez – Gonzalez Construction
Tom Carignan – UMB Bank (Chair- Emeritus)
Chelan David – Univision

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