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Brandie Carpenter Discusses The Latina Women’s Conference On ABC30

FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) — Central California Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is prepping for its annual Latina Women’s Conference this summer.

CCHCC President Brandie Carpenter shared details with Latino Life host Graciela Moreno on June 5.

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Belen Sanchez – CEJA

One of the reasons Belen Sanchez joined the local Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is that she likes to help others. You might say she is paying it forward. “My family helped me a lot when I started my insurance business and it seems to be a good thing to pass it on.” Belen is a true Fresnan attending local grammar schools and graduating from Duncan High School, Fresno City College, and Fresno State.

She got a lot of business training at her mother’s restaurant, Julia’s, and used that knowledge to treat people right and be a helper to her community. It is notable that she met her husband in high school and they have been together ever since. She is also a volunteer at SCORE and helps guide new business owners to be successful. Belen says, “it is a good idea to join the CCHCC (Central California Hispanic Chamber of Commerce) because there is a lot of good information shared there that can help business people grow.” She adds that the networking is excellent and it is like a “small business community that helps each other.”

Belen likes to help new business owners and even tells people considering a business that they should “have confidence, show their talent, and help others when they can.” Besides all this she is a dedicated wife and mother of three successful children and is excited about their future as well.

She is the owner of Belen Sanchez Insurance Agency here in Fresno.

Amir Orozco Khajavi – Founder of REZCOM

He is a true entrepreneur and loves to help others as a business consultant. Amir is a product of the Fresno Unified School system and a graduate of Bullard High School. He says he has always imagined himself as self-employed and has successfully followed that dream. He attended Fresno City College and graduated in the field of Legal Studies. He is also a graduate of Kaplan University. He has also always been involved in leadership training from high school into college and the private sector.

His first business was a pressure washing business that cleaned commercial buildings. It grew quickly and he sold it. Then he started a paralegal business that became a business consulting firm. One of his most interesting businesses was his Mobile Video Game business that would go to the house of kids having a party and let them enter into a big truck to play video games; too cool. After that endeavor he focused his time on helping his dad open one of Fresno’s most successful restaurants.

In 2014 Amir attended some very successful networking functions in the bay area and believed that would be a hit in Fresno and he was right. That same year he started REZCOM a professional nonpolitical business promoting networking to improve individual businesses. He started with two businesses and it has grown to 300 today. The benefit to members is to provide professional long lasting relationships to help ones business to succeed. For more information go to REZCOMGroup@gmail.com; you will be glad you did.

Perhaps Amir’s zeal for life and business comes from the many years he was a youth minister and evangelist. He definitely learned a lot about working with people and he loves passing that on to others. In addition to that he has been married for twenty years and he and his wife have five children. He even finds time to be on the board of the Central California Hispanic Chamber of Commerce where he is the chairman of the Ambassadors group. He advises those interested in being in business for themselves to invest in personal development. Read about successful titans of industry and listen to motivational programs. Beware of not letting self-doubt cloud your mind or your enthusiasm; think positive and — go for it!