In a world where everyone is trying to get along, get over Venezuela, fight for Immigration reform and commit to something important to change the world, I found myself at the Hispanic Chamber Installation Luncheon. It may seem an odd way to approach the subject but I think I can get my way though to explain it. It is now my third year attending to this event, and also my third year at the Brazilian American Chamber Board of Directors.
The term service to the community, seemed clear, but at that point in 2012, I was very green. In my world of 2012, CFBACC needed huge help, and it came from HCCMO President then, Ramon Ojeda. On the installation Lunch of 2012 Ramon announced his retirement from the Hispanic Chamber and the year went by with victories, growth, set backs and a New Board for 2013 in both Chambers.
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