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Danny Ramos Chairman NHCA

Daniel Ramos
Corporate marketing and public relations consultant.

Daniel Ramos is a community activist and corporate marketing public relations consultant specializing in serving firms that wish to market their products and or services to the Hispanic market. In 1978 he was selected by a special presidential commission to be one of 12 U.S. representatives to counsel system leaders behind the iron curtain on the marketing system of the free world. Mr. Ramos has served as the Hispanic market consultant to various political campaigns including U.S. Presidential, Congressional and Senatorial races and has developed Hispanic marketing programs for numerous major corporations.

In 1979 he founded the Hispanic World's Fair held annually at the Jacob Javits Convention Center, the first and premier marketing Hispanic event in the Northeast. He founded The Annual Minority Career Convention, The Annual Merengon-Dominican Festival, The Annual Raices Festival of Central Florida, and founded and served as President of the New York State Minority Business Convention for 12 years. Daniel also initiated the First Annual “National Intercollegiate Conference of Students with Disabilities”.

He has received 44 Gubernatorial, Mayoral Citations and Proclamations and named Minority Business Person of the Year by the New York Chamber of Commerce and Industry for his work in the minority community. He also received the "Director's" Award presented by the Governor of New York for Outstanding Contributions to the Minority Community of New York. He was awarded the responsibility of organizing the New York City's first ad campaign in mass media to stimulate minority-owned business owners, to participate in state and city contracts.

Currently, Danny Ramos is the Founder and Chairman of National Hispanic Corporate Achievers, Incorporate, a non profit Organization with 28 years of service.  He developed the concept and initiated the “First Hispanic License Plate” in the United States in the State of Florida.