Madere will discuss the importance of leadership at all levels – from the St. Louis region’s efforts to stand out in biotechnology innovation, to American farmers’ role as the most productive in the world. In between are opportunities for local businesses, increased science and technology education and leaders who want to give back to their communities.
“We are so pleased to have Consuelo Madere as our keynote speaker at this event,” said Karlos Ramirez, Executive Director of the Hispanic Chamber. “As the highest ranking Latina at Monsanto Company, a global agribusiness with more than 20,000 employees and more than $11 billion in annual sales, Madere can attest to the importance of leadership. This event will be a great benefit to everyone in the St. Louis business community.”
This event is open to the public. For sponsorship information and ticket purchase, please visit www.hccstl.com.
Incorporated on April 28, 1982, the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Metropolitan St. Louis strives to promote the economic development of Hispanic-owned businesses and improve business opportunities for all in the St. Louis region. The Chamber fulfills this mission by increasing the competitiveness of its member businesses in local, state and international markets. The Chamber is the cornerstone for the Hispanic business community, and looks to participate in present and future business developments of metropolitan St. Louis. For more information, visit www.hccstl.com.