May 5, 2021, WASHINGTON, D.C.-The United States Minority Chamber of Commerce, announces the creation of the Minority Workforce Development Initiative led by the Chamber’s elite member, “Suncap Technology Executive and Financial Staffing”, based in Broward County, Florida.

The initiative will serve as a bridge between corporate businesses and the Federal Government with minority professionals, veterans and skilled workers focusing in high tech to improve the nation’s job creation and ensure a capable very specialized minority workforce.

“The most important component to any business’s success and prosperity is a competent and skilled high tech workforce,” said Doug Mayorga, CEO of the U.S MCC. ” Selecting Suncap Technology Executive and Financial Staffing, in this challenge, deliver the best to provide an excellent  pool to our members and federal government  to ensure  employers they have  right individual and  qualified, they need to keep their business and our country globally competitive.”

“We are pleased to join the Minority Chamber of Commerce as the official staffing partner.  The Chamber’s mission and commitment perfectly align with our company’s strategic vision,” said Ron Green, President of Suncap Technology Finance and Executive Staffing..

 “We look forward to working with the Minority Chamber of Commerce to further expand our global client base.  We are here to serve and collaborate with our fellow Chamber members,” said Jonathan Sherry, vice president of Business Development, Suncap Technology Finance and Executive Staffing.

About Suncap Technology Executive and Financial Staffing: An unique staffing firm specializing in creating custom-matched connections between professionals and companies in temporary, contract-to-hire, direct hire and retained positions. They provide staffing & industry-specific solutions for hiring with confidence. Focus on any goals, and achieve success. Advancing Careers + Solving Workforce Challenges. For more information: https://suncaptech.com

About the Chamber: Founded in the year 2000,  based in Washington DC, with operational centers in Miami, Puerto Rico and Los Angeles, recently established international satellite offices in Colombia, Costa Rica, and the Dominican Republic, and will be engaged in numerous activities both nationally and international to facility trade, investment, and international cooperation. The main objective of the Chamber is to build  a coalition with the  Federal Government and large corporations to advance community strategic through job creation  planning, and provide comprehensive research and reporting on economic development  issues

The U.S. Chamber is the U.S.  largest minority business organization, representing more than thirty thousand businesses and organizations of every size, sector, and region. For more information: www.minoritychamber.net