Alfonso Cornejo, President, Hispanic Chamber, Cincinnati, USA

Alfonso Cornejo, is president of AC & Consulting Associates, a Business Consulting firm headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio. Mr. Cornejo has a well-rounded background in all facets of business with particular expertise in Manufacturing and Human Resources.

Before entering the consulting field Mr. Cornejo worked for a total of 30 years with several Fortune 500 Companies i.e., Procter & Gamble, Clorox & Chiquita Brands. Mr. Cornejo has implemented successfully major change initiatives with a proactive and positive approach in the United States as well as in International locations.

His main areas of expertise are doing business initiatives in Latin America including the Integration and Mergers and Acquisitions, as well as providing Human Resources support for companies interested in their Hispanic workforce development.

Mr. Cornejo is an active speaker and trainer on the topics of Doing Business in Latin America, Hispanic Workforce Development, Hispanic Culture, and Diversity initiatives with Hispanic perspective. He writes Hispanic related articles for the Cincinnati Business Courier.

Mr.Cornejo, was born, raised and educated in Mexico. Holds a BS degree in Chemical Engineering from University of Mexico. Mr. Cornejo is in the board of Directors the Freedom Center, United Way, The Fine Arts Fund, The Workforce Investment board, NKITA the Northern Kentucky International Trade Association. He has been the President of the Hispanic Chamber Cincinnati USA for the last 4 years and is also founder of Hispanics Avanzando Hispanics that is the non-for profit entity that organizes the Cincy-Cinco Latino charity Festival each year here in Cincinnati.


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