USHCC Consultant for Programs and Communications
Brianna Dimas is the former Vice President of Programs and Communications at the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. A proud graduate of New York University, she brings with her more than 10 years of experience, managing programs and leading brand strategy. Most recently, she served as the Chief Operations Officer of the San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce where she oversaw a team of 15. In her past role, she managed several leadership development programs and STEM educational programs impacting more than 50,000 students and young professionals. Under Brianna’s leadership, the CORE4 STEM Program now in its 11th year received a “Bright Spot in Education Award” from the White House under President Barack Obama.
Brianna has also done work for several publications including Newsweek Daily Beast, Scholastic Classroom Magazines, the San Antonio Express News, and more.
Brianna recently received a “40 Under 40″ award from the San Antonio Business Journal and she was honored by the “Coors Light Líderes” national competition for emerging Latino leaders in 2018.