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Corpus Christi Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

HQ Phone: (361) 887-7408

Corpus Christi Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

1823 N. Chaparral St.

Corpus Christi, Texas 78401

United States

Company Description

The Corpus Christi Hispanic Chamber of Commerce has, since its 1939 inception, been dedicated to helping each and every business, large or small, in the South Texas region to thrive in our community and to create jobs for our residents. The Hispanic Chamb... more

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Employment History

Local Spokesperson

National Volunteer Blood Donor Month

Ambassador

Corpus Christi Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Affiliations

Board Member
Leadership Corpus Christi Alumni Online

Board Member
Junior League

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Business Directory | Corpus Christi Hispanic Chamber of Commerce | Corpus Christi, TX

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Corpus Christi Caller Times Caller.com - Their cup of tea

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Evelyn Faris-Gonzales , Sylvia Ford , and Leticia Mondragon are among the new faces in Junior League.

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Leticia Mondragon , is terrified of heights.But shortly after she joined Junior League she found herself standing in the baking sun one afternoon , staring up a telephone pole she was challenged to climb.She clamped on her helmet , clung to her safety rope and began inching up.Going halfway up was accomplishment enough for her.She returned home sweaty and sunburned , but with a new connection to her fellow provisional members.Unfortunately , sometimes Junior League gets a bad rap , Mondragon said.Generally ... we are a group of professional women who of course always want to look nice.But we were all at that ropes course with no makeup , wearing shorts and getting dirty..Mondragon , 34 , works in public relations and donor recruiting for the Community Blood Bank.She spends most of her days dressed in a suit , and it's not unusual for her to work all seven days of the week.She's also something of a volunteer-a-holic.In addition to joining Junior League , she's on the board of directors for the Paisano Girl Scouts Council.She mentors a class of kindergarten students.She's an ambassador for the Corpus Christi Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.Since she's unmarried and doesn't have children , Mondragon has more time to volunteer than some peers.Still , she's running out of time to spare.No one in her family sneered when she mentioned the League , but they did wonder when she would sleep.They were surprised because I am so involved in other things , she said.Times have changed.For more than 50 years , Junior League presidents were usually listed as Mrs. Smith..Since 1989 , however , not only was the president's first name listed , but she was likely to have a hyphenated last name as well.Atlee Ann Tyree , who was listed as Mrs.James I. Tyree during her 1959 to 1960 presidency , remembers the Junior League of yesteryear as having the same dedication to community service , but a very different membership.It was mostly stay-home mothers , Tyree , 82 , said.They didn't have the night meetings like they do now.So , the women who had time during the day were usually a little more fortunate in their financial situation..No bows allowed


Corpus Christi Caller Times Caller.com - Their cup of tea

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Evelyn Faris-Gonzales (from left), Sylvia Ford, and Leticia Mondragon are among the new faces in Junior League.

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Leticia Mondragon, is terrified of heights.But shortly after she joined Junior League she found herself standing in the baking sun one afternoon, staring up a telephone pole she was challenged to climb. She clamped on her helmet, clung to her safety rope and began inching up.Going halfway up was accomplishment enough for her.She returned home sweaty and sunburned, but with a new connection to her fellow provisional members. "Unfortunately, sometimes Junior League gets a bad rap," Mondragon said." Generally ... we are a group of professional women who of course always want to look nice.But we were all at that ropes course with no makeup, wearing shorts and getting dirty." Mondragon, 34, works in public relations and donor recruiting for the Community Blood Bank.She spends most of her days dressed in a suit, and it's not unusual for her to work all seven days of the week. She's also something of a volunteer-a-holic.In addition to joining Junior League, she's on the board of directors for the Paisano Girl Scouts Council.She mentors a class of kindergarten students.She's an ambassador for the Corpus Christi Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. Since she's unmarried and doesn't have children, Mondragon has more time to volunteer than some peers.Still, she's running out of time to spare.No one in her family sneered when she mentioned the League, but they did wonder when she would sleep. "They were surprised because I am so involved in other things," she said. Times have changed For more than 50 years, Junior League presidents were usually listed as "Mrs. (husband's name here) Smith."Since 1989, however, not only was the president's first name listed, but she was likely to have a hyphenated last name as well. Atlee Ann Tyree, who was listed as "Mrs.James I. Tyree" during her 1959 to 1960 presidency, remembers the Junior League of yesteryear as having the same dedication to community service, but a very different membership. "It was mostly stay-home mothers," Tyree, 82, said."They didn't have the night meetings like they do now.So, the women who had time during the day were usually a little more fortunate in their financial situation." No bows allowed


Coastal Bend Blood Center representative ...

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Coastal Bend Blood Center representative Leticia Mondragon (center left) presents the 2014 Top Performer Award to Del Mar College administrative assistant Grace Carreon on Wednesday in the Harvin Center on East Campus. Also on hand for the presentation are Cheryl Garner (from left), dean of student engagement and retention; Beverly Cage, director of student leadership and campus life; Bennie Clark, administrative assistant; Blanca Canales, Student Government Association treasurer; and Denise Mugabe, Student Government Association president.


Coastal Bend Blood Center ...

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Coastal Bend Blood Center representative Leticia Mondragon (center left) presents the 2014 Top Performer Award to Del Mar College administrative assistant Grace Carreon on Wednesday in the Harvin Center on East Campus. Also on hand for the presentation are Cheryl Garner (from left), dean of student engagement and retention; Beverly Cage, director of student leadership and campus life; Bennie Clark, administrative assistant; Blanca Canales, Student Government Association treasurer; and Denise Mugabe, Student Government Association president.

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