Hispanic Organization Profile: Helen Trinidad of the National Hispanic Corporate Council
Helen Trinidad is Vice President/COO of the National Hispanic Corporate Council. She joined the staff of NHCC in January, 2003 after retiring from US Airways. As Vice President/COO, Trinidad is in charge of the day to day operations of the headquarters office in Arlington, Virginia.
What is the National Hispanic Corporate Council and what makes your organization unique compared to other Hispanic business professionals groups?
With offices in the Washington, DC metropolitan area, NHCC, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, was established in 1985 by a group of Fortune 500 executives. These corporate leaders saw a need to develop a Hispanic market information network to share best practice information among major U.S. companies. NHCC’s purpose is to provide its member corporations the resources, market intelligence, collective expertise, education and counsel to implement proven strategies for reaching the Hispanic community externally and leveraging Hispanic talent internally.
NHCC is a unique membership organization comprised of Fortune 1000 corporations providing leading-edge corporate best practices, research and network opportunities for the benefit of its corporate members. NHCC is the premier resource on effectively maximizing the Hispanic Market opportunity through marketing, community relations, human resources, and procurement within the foundation of corporate social responsibility. Read More »