Dana Rodriguez, Myriam Cruz, and Claribel Cortez join SHCCNJ.
Dana Rodriguez, Myriam Cruz, and Claribel Cortes join SHCCNJ.

Lyndhurst, NJ – The Statewide Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey (SHCCNJ) announces the election of three new Latina members to its Board of Directors. Joining the Board of Directors are Claribel Cortes, Myriam Cruz, and Dana Rodriguez.
 “All three of our newest Latina Board Members embody the spirit of community and bring talent, expertise, and energy to the table. We are very fortunate to have them by our side as we continue to strengthen our Chamber #Familia”, indicated Carlos Medina, Esq., SHCCNJ Chairman.
Our new Board Members are:
Claribel Cortes – Co-founder and COO at The Setroc Group with 15+ years of experience overseeing the team, project, and program management in the digital media and entertainment space to accelerate market expansion, solidify Fortune 500 partnerships, and enhance profitability. 
Myriam Cruz – Commercial Loan Officer at Financial Resources Federal Credit Union, Myriam, a long-standing member of the SHCCNJ, works with clients on an individual basis to explore their business needs and provide banking solutions to help them increasing their cash flow and obtaining financing to start, grow and expand their business.
Dana Rodriguez – Personal Lines Sales Supervisor at NJM Insurance Group. She has over 17 years of experience as a licensed Property Casualty Insurance Agent, with an extensive background in customer service, underwriting, and sales. At NJM Insurance Company, Dana manages over 200 member-based accounts, which have an employee base ranging from 50 – 12,000 employees. 
We welcome this group of accomplished Latinas as part of our Board of Directors, and we look forward to working with them to keep enforcing our mission of promoting the continued growth and development of New Jersey businesses.
About the Statewide Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of NJ
The SHCCNJ is the voice of the more than 119,000 Latino businesses that contribute more than $20 billion to the New Jersey economy.  The Chamber’s mission remains to educate, train, advocate for its members in the political landscape and provide procurement opportunities for all its members.

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