Hispanic Chamber CEO takes on new job

Brenna Butler Garcia
Brenna Butler Garcia

STOCKTON — Brenna Butler Garcia has been tapped to become the manager for Marketing and External Engagement for the Western States Petroleum Association (WSPA). The Western States Petroleum Association is a non-profit trade association representing five western states.

Garcia resigned her current position as the CEO of the San Joaquin County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (SJCHCC) and will assume her new role Jan. 8.

Garcia will retain her role as Central Region Board Director for the California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce.

During her tenure with the SJCHCC, she expanded program capacity, increased membership and created community partnerships as well as boosting funding streams to record levels.

Garcia was also instrumental in boosting business opportunities for women through initiatives such as the Latina Business Conference. The SJCHCC will begin a regional search for her replacement.

“It is the goal of the Board to launch a regional search for a candidate to succeed Brenna that will represent the diversity of our community and continue our plan for expanding capacity and serving our Hispanic Chamber members,” said SJCHCC President Sylvester Aguilar in a statement. 

The application period opens Dec.18 and resumes can be sent to  [email protected]

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