Camilo Suero is responsible for representing the interests of the state's 11,000 Hispanic owned businesses and management of day-to-day Hispanic Chamber operations. Prior to joining the Michigan Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Suero had an accomplished 17 year career in Logistics and Supply Chain Management, spent between Ryder Logistics (4) and Ford Motor Company (13). In his most recent role at Ford, Suero assisted new and distressed suppliers implementing guidelines and recovery actions to successfully do business with OEMs. Suero is well known in the local Hispanic community having served as President of the Detroit Chapter of the National Society of Hispanic MBA's as well as an executive board member of Ford Hispanic Network. Suero holds a Masters in Business Administration from Wayne State University, Detroit, and a B.S. in Business Administration from UNIBE, Santo Domingo, Dom. Republic. " Camilo Suero brings the right combination of corporate supply chain experience and a background in leading a professional business association as immediate past President of the Detroit Chapter of the National Society of Hispanic MBA's," said Gary Gonzalez , Chairman of the MHCC Board of Directors. "It is our expectation that Camilo will continue to grow the value of MHCC membership, cultivating opportunities for business growth and development while providing access to needed business services."
Barbara Lange has extensive experience helping to structure administrative processes, implementing financial controls and assuring disciplined vendor management and building cost efficiencies. She is vital to maintaining projects and expediting their completion.
John Johnson has a strong background in the Medical Marketing field, including Director for Occupational Health Care Clinic, Partner at Corp. Medical Center, CEO at Johnson Consulting Company, Founder at Macomb First Business Alliance and CEO of the Gratiot Avenue Chamber of Commerce, all in the Michigan’s Macomb County area. He’s also had an extensive role in working with the Macomb County community, including working with the Homeless Coalition, Turning Point, Macomb County Rotating Emergency Shelter and most recently with the Vets Returning Home Program.