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15th Annual Minority Legislative Breakfast
December 11, 2015
The 15th Annual Minority Legislative Breakfast, held yesterday, December 10th, 2015, is an event geared to discuss legislative issues that have an impact on the minority business community of Montgomery County, Maryland. This year's key topics were: Doing business in the County, Accessing Healthcare for limited English and Technologically proficient communities, Accessing affordable housing for resident, and closing the Gap for students. Great attendance by many government officials from County, State, and Federal level.
Among many of the attendees: Benjamin Kramer, State Delegate; Nancy Floreen, Montgomery County Council President; Anita Neal Powell, President, NAACP Montgomery County; Michael C. Lin, President, Asian American Political Alliance; Janice M. Freeman, President, African American Chamber of Commerce of Montgomery County; Chris Van Hollensteiner, Member U.S. House of Representatives; Isiah "Ike" Leggett, Montgomery County Executive; Nancy Floreen, President, Montgomery County Council; Nancy King, Chair, Montgomery County Senate Delegation; Anne R. Kaiser, Chair, Montgomery County House Delegation; Michael A. Durso, President, Montgomery County Board of Education; Carmen Ortiz Larsen, President, Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Montgomery County.
Picture, left to right: Carmen Ortiz Larsen, President, Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Montgomery County; Andrew P. Russell, President & CEO, Mid-Atlantic Federal Credit Union; Ana Sol Gutierrez, State Delegate; Jorge Restrepo, President, EurekaFacts LLC