Founded in 1975, TAMACC is a nonprofit 501 (c) (6) organization created to promote business leadership, create economic opportunities and provide legislative advocacy for the Hispanic business community in Texas.

TAMACC Joins IDRA Amicus Brief on Behalf of Students, Business and Higher Education Organizations in a Reckless Case Challenging Texas Tuition Laws

The Intercultural Development Research Association (IDRA) filed an amicus brief in the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals this week on behalf of 12 student, business and higher education organizations in a case that began as a reckless anti-immigrant attack but that has far-reaching consequences for all Texans.

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The COVID-19 battle is far from over

Our battle with COVID-19 is not over. There are several variants now, with subvariant Omicron strains. Cases are surging again in parts of the country, including parts of Texas. The numbers are not as high as two years ago, of course. Or as scary as other surges.


The TAMACC Young Professionals Program.


Leadership Training and business skills.


Grow Your Business by Becoming HUB Certified.


How to start a new TAMACC Chapter.

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The Greater Austin Hispanic Chamber Names Monica Muñoz Andry President & CEO

The Greater Austin Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (GAHCC) welcomes Monica Muñoz Andry as the chamber’s new President & CEO. Formerly the financial health program manager at University Federal Credit Union, Muñoz Andry starts her new position at the chamber August 1, 2022.