Membership Committee

We want you to get involved!
Working with a committee is a great way to network and meet people, be involved in an issue that interests you, and learn and practice leadership, management and teamwork skills. We encourage our members to become involved in any of our committees. As a Chamber, the participation of our members is crucial, we want to help build a more supportive business environment, for a stronger economy.

Your volunteeer work here will adapt to your available time. Let us know if you want to join us at ribbon cuttings to celebrate new businesses, or participate at our networking sessions, or help us during a business conference. Thank you for considering giving back to our community through your El Paso Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. 


Committee Member Role

The role of a Membership Committee is to represents the Hispanic Chamber by promoting the EPHCC and encouraging member participation, by opening channels of communications between the EPHCC and its members, and by participating in programs/events that are running and managed by the membership department. The number one priority of the membership committee is to keep our members informed and get them involved, and hopefully realize the benefits of the EPHCC and become life-long members.

Committee Operations

Committees are action-oriented. They get the facts, face the facts, and take the action to get the job done. A successful Committee will:
  1. Understand objectives – make sure that you have a clear positive goal, study it, and agree on exactly what is to be done. If there is disagreement, get clarification at once from the Chairperson.
  2. Analyze problem or activity – understand all parts of the problem and determine the sequence to be followed.
  3. Assign work – make specific assignments to members.
  4. Gather Facts – Obtain the information required to intelligently work on the problem or activity. Avoid prejudices, previous opinions or beliefs.
  5. Get outside help if needed – Get outside technical advise. Use outsiders as advisors or consultants, but do not give them the responsibilities that the Committee is expected to assume.
  6. Evaluate results – find out to what extent goals are being met, you have completed your commitment to the committee. In addition to public acknowledgement and thanks, every Committee member knows he or she played a part in the action. You have made a difference in your community!
If you are interested in voluteering as a Membership Committee member, please contact Sarah Herrera at 915.566.4066 or via email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.We want to offer you a rewarding opportunity and make the most of your special talents and expertise...Become a Diplomat!

Meet our Diplomats!

Aidan Gordan

Discovery Map of El Paso

Alexandria Serra

Morales & Serra Law

Angie Rodriguez

Big Frog Custom T-Shirts & More

Aracely Calzadias

AlamoDraft House

Ashley Lozoya

Spectrum Reach

Betsy Hinojos Castillo

Farmers Insurance

Bob Theriot

Success Rocket Marketing

Claudia Lardizabal


Cynthia Trejo

Northwestern Mutual

Denise Oropeza

Spark Social Media

Diana Epinoza

Woodspring Suites

Edna Aleman


Hector Cardenas


Heidi Avedician

ServiceMAster Clean

Jacob Torres

Varay Systems

Jacqueline Gonzalez


James Romero


Jose Marquez


Juan Martinez

First National 1870

Liz Carl

Benefit Solutions

Lorena Lowe

Transamerica Agency Network

Manny Ortiz

Western Heritage Bank

Mariano Valenzuela


Martha Knott-Garcia

Block Advisors

Mary Jaime

Citizens Loan Center

Melissa Gutierrez

One Source Federal Credit Union

Rocio Ramos

Pencil Cup Office Products

Rosalyn Thornton

Legal Shield & Identity Theft

Sandra Lucero

Builders Source

Spiros Ninos

Shelby Distribution

Susana Romo


Tiffany Menefee

Pronto Body Shop

Tony Benitez

New York Life

Valerie Salcido

Pronto Body Shop

Vanessa Ramirez


Veronica Vazquez