Tuesday, June 13 | 5:30 - 7:30p @ Casa Azul Coffee
REC of GFW Full and Founding/Sustaining Members are invited to a Fireside Chat with Anette Landeros, President of the Fort Worth Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, on June 13th, moderated by Jay Chapa.
This Fireside Chat will provide a unique opportunity to hear directly from Anette about her vision for the Hispanic Chamber, their current projects, their work on Main Street in Fort Worth, and how the commercial real estate industry can help its members.
*For Full & Founding/Sustaining Members of REC of GFW ONLY
Anette Soto Landeros
President & CEO of The Fort Worth Hispanic
Chamber of Commerce
As the President and CEO of the Fort Worth Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (FWHCC), Anette
Landeros provides valuable programming to businesses, championing the importance of workforce
development, and creating opportunities for economic mobility for all chamber members. Under
Anette’s leadership over the last two years, the Chamber experienced tremendous membership
growth despite the pandemic as her team works diligently to provide valuable business resources
for their members. Through strategic partnerships and new programming, the Fort Worth Hispanic
Chamber of Commerce is making tremendous strides to support the economic trajectory of our city
while highlighting the diverse talent within our business community. Anette also serves on various
local boards including the North Texas Community Foundation, Fort Worth Museum of Science and
History, Visit Fort Worth, Carter Bloodcare, and the Planned Parenthood of Greater Texas.
Anette holds a bachelor’s degree in public policy analysis from Indiana University and a master’s
degree in public affairs from the LBJ School at the University of Texas at Austin. She was recognized
by Telemundo as a “Heroe Hispana” and selected as one of HWNT’s Estrellas de Tejas in 2014. She
was featured as one of 2015 Women to Watch and 2016 Forty Under Forty by the Fort Worth
Business Press, and as a 2017 Woman of Distinction by the Girls Scouts of Texas Oklahoma Plains.
Most recently, Anette received the 2021 Bold Woman Award by Girls Inc. of Tarrant County and the
2022 regional “Rising Star” by the North Texas Commission.