PETALUMA, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–GC Micro received the California Hispanic Chamber of Commerce’s John
Aguilar Procurement Award at the CHCC 2017 convention. The award was
given to GC Micro for excellence in procurement and for leading the way
for other Hispanic-owned small businesses.
California Hispanic Chamber Chairman Frank Montes presented the award to
GC Micro President and founder Belinda Guadarrama at the CHCC Awards
Gala in Rohnert Park, California on August 25th. Congressman
Mike Thompson was a special guest at the event. Other special guests at
the convention included Oscar De La Hoya, Benjamin Ramirez, Cheech
Marin, Blanca Rubio, Susan Rubio, Sandra Lopez and the Chairman of the
Latino Coalition Hector Barreto.
In her acceptance speech Ms. Guadarrama stated, “The levels of success
that the Hispanic community has achieved in America today is an
unrealized dream for the rest of the world.”
Belinda Guadarrama founded GC Micro in 1986. Her firm has received over
250 awards from Fortune 500 firms, the federal government and government
prime contractors. GC Micro has received awards for excellence as a
supplier from organizations including Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman,
Sandia National Laboratories, the United States Department of
Agriculture, NASA, the US Department of Commerce, Lawrence Livermore
National Laboratories and Boeing. GC Micro has been repeatedly named one
of the top 500 Hispanic-owned small businesses in America.
Belinda Guadarrama has been recognized for over 30 years for her
outspoken advocacy for small businesses, women-owned small businesses
and minority owned businesses. She was named Small Business Person of
the Year by the State of California. In 2002, GC Micro was recognized by
the Small Business Administration as one of the top three small
businesses in the United States.
GC Micro has continued to be named one of The Best Places to Work in
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