The National Society of Hispanic MBAs (NSHMBA) has announced the appointment of Diana Bolivar, President of the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Metro Orlando (HCCMO), as a board member to the NSHMBA National Board of Directors.
Bolivar’s current role as president of the chamber helps to promote the economic development of the Hispanic business community of Metro Orlando. Bolivar’s vision for the chamber is to continue the support of economic development in Central Florida by offering HCCMO’s members and stakeholders an attractive economic proposition.
NSHMBA CEO Manny Gonzalez commented, “Diana Bolivar will be a significant addition to our board with her strong business experience in the non-profit sector as well as in the chamber. Diana will make valuable contributions to help us continue to empower Hispanics to achieve their fullest educational, social and economic potential.”
An exemplary individual, Bolivar is committed to serving and listening to the Hispanic community’s needs while focusing the HCCMO’s effort in bringing local businesses while generating profitable growth. Bolivar’s experience ranges from nonprofit, legal, and medical fields, to construction industry and community engagement roles. Throughout her career, Bolivar has served as president and owner of Florida Quality Inspections Inc., specializing in hurricane-related inspections for residential and commercial clients.
Bolivar currently serves as a board member at the Leadership Seminole, Heart of Florida United Way and Career Source Central Florida. She is on the advisory boards for Ana G. Mendez University, Public Allies, Orange County School Board Hispanic Council, BETA Center and the Children’s Summit.
Bolivar holds a bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of Massachusetts and is a graduate of Leadership Seminole.
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