Veronica Maldonado-Torres is a highly versatile and visionary businesswoman, entrepreneur and community leader. She excels in building strategic alliances and fostering win-win relationships among diverse stakeholders. Formerly Maldonado-Torres led the Georgia Mentor Protégé Connection (MPC) as program director. During her tenure she supported the development and growth of over 150 businesses between $1M and $30M with corporate engagement and supported the external supplier development efforts of over 41 corporations, curating over 75 business education events including the Georgia Innovation Summit.
“The GHCC is the chamber of the future, representing and connecting all Hispanic & Non-Hispanic businesses and organizations in Georgia. Georgia is the epicenter of many new industries and incredible growth opportunities for our business community abounds. The Chamber has a big role to play in how our community can capitalize on this growth and we believe that Veronica is the right person to take us there.”
- Antonio Molina, Chairman of the Board.
A small business champion and supplier diversity advocate, Veronica is a catalyst of growth for both small businesses and large corporations, bringing thought-leadership and innovation to the supplier development space. Veronica excels at building strategic alliances and fostering win-win relationships between small businesses and corporate America.
For over a decade, she has successfully guided the development and growth of more than 150 firms across multiple industries ranging from $1M-$100M in annual revenue. Having led the Georgia Mentor Protégé Connection (MPC) as Program Director, she has fostered over 131 Fortune 500 corporate relationships, supported the supplier development efforts of more than 41 corporations, as well as created and produced over 85 small- to large-scale business conferences and events including the Georgia Innovation Summit.