Search on for new Dallas Hispanic Chamber president

Dallas Business Journal by Matt Joyce, Staff Writer

The president and chief executive officer of the Greater Dallas Hispanic Chamber of Commerce has resigned after about 10 months on the job.

David Gonzales left the chamber last week to move back into private consulting, said Angel Reyes, chairman of the chamber board.

“We’re going to have to find a new person, but we wish him well, we’re excited for him,” Reyes said.

Gonzales, a former PepsiCo executive, told the Dallas Morning News that he had completed the work he set out to do at the chamber, including new services for members and the establishment of the chamber’s new Small Business Center of Excellence.

The chamber, which has about 500 members, went without a president for nearly two years during the search that led to the hiring of Gonzales.

“We’re going to have to go through a process again,” Reyes said. “It’s my personal hope that it doesn’t take as long as the last one. We will engage another search firm and/or of course accept applications from the community directly.”

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