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Councilmember At-Large, Philadelphia City Council
Councilmember Green chairs the Committee on Finance and Disabilities and serves as the Vice Chair of the Committees on Aging and Law and Government. Additionally, Councilmember Green holds leadership positions with the Philadelphia Gas Commission, Pennsylvania Municipal League, Democratic Municipal Officials, Philadelphia Convention & Visitors Bureau, National League of Cities, and the National Black Caucus of Local Elected Officials.
President and Chief Executive Officer, African-American Chamber of Commerce
Regina A. Hairston is a solutions-oriented and resourceful strategist who employs a creative approach to transforming visions into results. Highlights of Regina’s work include serving as a key member of a Philadelphia social impact taskforce, where she advised corporate and government stakeholders on economic development strategies, mobilized community resources, facilitated synergistic local partnerships, and tracked deliverables.
Deputy Commerce Director, Entrepreneurship & Economic Opportunity, City of Philadelphia
Iola Harper joined the City in 2016, and in her role she oversees the Office of Economic Opportunity. The office works to increase involvement of minority, women, and disabled-owned enterprises on City contracts. Previously, Iola served as the executive vice president of The Enterprise Center. She has been recognized as a national small business advocate by the Small Business Administration and as one of “Philadelphia’s Most Influential Women” by the NAACP.
Incoming Chairman, Greater Philadelphia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
With years of corporate experience and local business interests, Torres recently joined Impact Services’ leadership team as Director of Operations and Strategic Initiatives. In this role, Nestor supports the nonprofit’s mission of mobilizing people and resources to create thriving communities, while providing oversight, management, and integration of leading new initiatives, including the organization’s awarded Rebuild projects.
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