2013 Awards Gala

IHCC would like to thank you for attending the 2013 Awards Gala sponsored by ComEd. Guests of the Gala enjoyed dinner, cocktails, dancing, and an excellent program as we recognized prominent business owners and community leaders for their exceptional leadership, dedication to the Hispanic business community, and commitment to making Illinois a model state.
 
Illinois Senate President John J. Cullerton and the Illinois Legislative Latino Caucus were honored with Distinction in Leadership awards for their work to address issues important to the Hispanic community, including education, healthcare, housing. and equal access to opportunities for Hispanic-owned businesses.

In addition, this year, President Cullerton and the Illinois Legislative Latino Caucus came together to pass ground-breaking legislation that allows undocumented immigrants in Illinois to obtain temporary drivers licenses.

Check out all of our award recipients below. To view pictures from the event please click here.

Thank you for your support!

IHCC would like to thank all of the individuals and companies who purchased tables and tickets to the 2013 Awards Gala. Your support enables us to help businesses– giving entrepreneurs the tools and guidance they need to build successful businesses and to help strengthen our local communities. More than ever–we’re committed to helping Hispanic entrepreneurs build real and sustainable businesses that bring value to the marketplace.

IHCC would also like to thank Revolution Media for producing the Illinois Legislative Latino Caucus video presentation below.

 2013 Award Recipients

IHCC was pleased to recognize the following community leaders and companies for their leadership, success, and commitment to diversity and inclusion. Please click the images below to learn more about our award recipients and their commendable achievements.

Cullerton

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Cristina Foods

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Dignitas

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