NHCC elects Wells Fargo exec as chairman of the board

The National Hispanic Corporate Council (NHCC)  has announced the election of Mr. Milton A. Dellossier, Regional Diverse Segments Manager, Wells Fargo Home Mortgage, as Chairman of the NHCC Board of Directors.

Dellossier was elected to serve as NHCC Chairman at the 2014 NHCC Fall Summit, which was held in Charlotte, North Carolina, which was hosted by Wells Fargo & Co. and Marriott International. He will serve a one-year renewable term.

He succeeds Salvador Mendoza, Vice President, Diversity & Inclusion, NBCUniversal, and will lead the organization’s fourteen-member corporate board of directors who each represent Fortune 1000 member companies. As a membership-based organization, NHCC provides its corporate members with resources to effectively maximize the $1.5 trillion dollar U.S. Hispanic market opportunity.

“The NHCC Board of Directors congratulates Milton on his unanimous election as Chairman. He is a proven leader.  I look forward to his visionary and transformational leadership.  My sincere thanks to him and the board for their unwavering commitment to NHCC during my term as chair these past two years.  NHCC is in great hands,” said Salvador Mendoza, Immediate Past NHCC Chairman.

Dellossier joined Wells Fargo in 2001. In his current role he is responsible for creating, directing and implementing regional diverse business development and market strategic plans in ethnic minority communities of low and moderate-income homebuyers in theGreater Los Angeles area and Hawaii. He is also Vice President of the Wells Fargo Enterprise Latin Connection Employee Resource Group and the charitable contributions manager for the Wells Fargo Housing Foundation.

“It is a great honor and privilege to lead the NHCC and focus our efforts on continuing to deliver best-in-class strategic direction and programming to maximize the Hispanic opportunity in corporate America as we have done so for almost 30-years,” said Milton Dellossier, NHCC Chairman.

Beyond his volunteer service to NHCC, Dellossier has served on the board of directors for Hispanic Women’s Corporation, the Arizona Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, the Arizona State University Hispanic Business Alumni. More recently, he was selected by the U.S. – Spain Council to participate in the 2014 Young Hispanic Leaders Program in Madrid, Spain.

Dellossier received an MBA from the University of Phoenix‘ John Sperling School of Business. He also holds a degree in Business Management from Arizona State University. A native of El Paso, Texas, he resides in Pasadena, California.