• Board of Directors

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  • Lisa A. Castillo  |  President

    Owner of Castillo's Legal Life Support

    Email: president@solanohcc.com

  • Bio Bio

    Legal Life Support (LLS) is a registered legal document assistance and notary company. LLS offers affordable legal options for all of your legal needs. LLS is not a legal firm. We are not attorneys.

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  • Leo Callejas  |  Executive Director

    Owner of DigitalTrack Digital Marketing

    Resident of the city of Fairfield, CA. Born in Granada, Nicaragua.

    Bilingual English and Spanish

    Call or text: 707-410-0307 | Email: leo.callejas@solanohcc.com

  • Bio Bio

    Leo Callejas was born in Nicaragua and migrated to the United States in 2001. He joined the Army as an infantryman shortly after arriving and did a year-long deployment to Iraq. After coming back, he separated from the military and decided to go to school and join the corporate world.

    Leo holds a Bachelor's degree in Computer Network Management and has over 10 years of experience managing technical implementations and projects for financial institutions.

    In 2017, he decided to start his own business, DigitalTrack Digital Marketing, a Solano based digital marketing agency. The agency helps locally owned restaurants increase their online presence and attract more customers.

    After starting his business, Leo joined the Solano Hispanic Chamber because he saw the potential it had to help him expand his professional network. Leo joined the SHCC board in 2017 and has served multiple roles including president of the board. Additionally, Leo currently serves as Regional Director for the Northern Region of the California Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (CHCC).

    Leo currently resides in Fairfield with his wife and four sons.

    Call or text: 707-410-0307 | Email: info@digitaltrack.co

  • Sandra
  • Sandra Jacobson  |  Vice President: Fairfield-Suisun-Rio Vista

    Recycling Coordinator at Republic Services

    Resident of the City of Fairfield. Born in Colombia.

    Bilingual English and Spanish

  • Bio Bio


    Solano Hispanic Chamber of Commerce 2017 - present Secretary, membership, Assistance with various Chamber events and Mixers.
    Fairfield Community Services Foundation. 2018 - present. Coat and Toy Drive Chair.
    Solano Library Foundation 2019 - present. Assist with Events.
    Soroptimist of Central Solano 2014 - present. Vice-president 2018.


    How do you feel SHCC would benefit from your involvement as a Board member?

    I have served on the board, and I would like to continue to support the chamber. My involvement with another groups and Fairfield community can benefit SHCC.

  • Jerry Gonzales
  • Jerry Gonzales | Vice-President Vallejo-Benicia

    Business Advocate with Beyond.

    Bilingual English and Spanish

    Cell: (510) 725- 2749 

    Email: jerry.gonzales@getbeyond.com

  • Bio Bio

    As a Business Advocate for Get Beyond, I service Solano, Napa, & Contra Costa Counties with Business Services. Get Beyond focuses on community growth by supporting SMB Markets. We help children with Scholarships with your Partnership. 
    Our services are: Payroll, Business Lending, POS solutions,  Credit card process, Inventory Management, Gateways, Online sales, and Marketing.

    As a Board member for Solano Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, My goal is to Advocate for local businesses and local communities to support growth and education. Providing assistance for basic business questions or concerns is one way I support and contribute.  Volunteering to raise funds and awareness to causes that need support is my purpose. My reward is the relationships I build.

  • Francisco Marin
  • Francisco Marin | Vice-President Vacaville-Dixon

    Agent, New York Life Insurance Company
    CA Insurance License #0M98473

    9280 W. Stockton Blvd. Suite 200
    Elk Grove Ca, 95758


    Email: fmarin01@ft.newyorklife.com

    Bilingual English and Spanish

  • Bio Bio

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  • Ethel Gourian  |  Secretary

    Owner of EG Marketing & Consulting.

    Bilingual Spanish & English

    Phone: (818) 482-5113

    Email: ethelgmarketing@gmail.com

  • Bio Bio

    Ethel was born in Argentina, and her family migrated to the United States when she was just one year old. She spent most of her life in Southern California, specifically in Los Angeles County. She went on to earn her degree in Business Administration with an emphasis in Business Law from Cal State Northridge.

    With over a decade of experience in retail management, Ethel moved to the Bay Area in 2013 to work in the insurance industry. After having her son in 2017, she decided to pursue her passion in Affiliate Marketing and became a successful entrepreneur. Ethel is the founder of EG Marketing Consultant, a business that focuses on building meaningful relationships with customers through appreciation, leading to new opportunities, growth, and referrals.

    Ethel is dedicated to giving back to the community and has joined the Solano Hispanic Chamber of Commerce to support and grow their appreciation and gratitude movement, helping to showcase the value that the community brings to the area. She believes that the growth of a community stems from the relationships that are formed and nurtured.

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  • Damian Alarcon  | Chief Ambassador

    Community Relations Director at Travis Credit Union.

  • Bio Bio

    As Travis Credit Union's Director of Community Relations and President of the Travis Credit Union Foundation, Damian Alarcon, is engaged daily in strategically serving his team and TCU by aligning corporate responsibility to community-focused strategic wellness initiatives.

    He is known to create effective relationships with external stakeholders, strategic partners, and cross-functional groups to build a more diverse pipeline and advance equity and inclusion at the Travis Credit Union.

    Damian has devised and guided the development of an all-community outreach strategy, as well as strategic partnerships with public, private, and nonprofit organizations to expand the DEI strategy and plan to improve community relations. The outcomes of these efforts include financial education accessible to everyone, regardless of socioeconomic status or ethnic background.

    Damian's resume includes working for Congressional members, and teaching in South Korea where he produced lesson plans for elementary school children and managed other instructors.
    Damian earned his Bachelor’s in Sociology at University of California Santa Barbara. Damian is passionate about volunteering and has been a part of the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, United Latino Voices Student Conference, and served as a mentor for the Puente Project at Contra Costa Community College.

  • Yajaira Rubio Machado
  • Yajaira Rubio Machado | Parliamentarian

    Owner of Lunitas Kitchen

    Bilingual in Spanish.

  • Bio Bio


    Party planning and decoration as well as food catering

  • Kim
  • Kim Castaneda  |  Treasurer

    VP of Development & Communications at Food Bank of Contra Costa & Solano.


  • Bio Bio

    Kim Castaneda has lived in Vacaville for over 20 years and has a deep passion for community.  Over her 20+ years in Solano, Kim has owned two small businesses, helped bring the first Boys & Girls Club to her town, and sat on different nonprofit Boards, from the Downtown Business Association to small social services nonprofits.

    She currently works for the Food Bank of Contra Costa & Solano as their VP of Development & Communications.  Kim’s team creates strategies and builds relationships that advance all aspects of the Food Bank’s resource development work to support the mission of ending hunger in our community. Kim is passionate about giving back to her community, and through resource development, she sees opportunities to inspire and enable others to give back as well.

    Kim is a Certified Fundraising Executive, a San Jose State University graduate, and holds a certificate from the University of Notre Dame-Mendoza College of Business Executive Leadership Program.

  • Doriss Panduro
  • Doriss Panduro | Board Member

    City of Fairfield Councilwoman

    Resident of the City of Fairfield. Born in Fairfield, CA.

    Bilingual English and Spanish.

  • Bio Bio

    Doriss Lopez Panduro was born and raised in Fairfield, CA. She is the oldest of four and the first in her family to go to a four year university. Doriss attended Solano Community College, then transferred to the University of Southern California where she received her Bachelor of Arts degree. She also has a Masters in Public Affairs from the University of San Francisco.

    Inspired by the late Matt Garcia in 2008, the youngest member of the Fairfield City Council and a victim of gun violence, Doriss found her calling to public service. Since then, she has surrounded herself, worked and become involved with various community based organizations, non- profits and grassroot advocacy to give back and be of service to the city that raised her. Doriss is a board member of APAPA-Solano County Chapter, board member and past president of the Solano Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. She is a past commissioner of the Solano Commission for Women and Girls, a member of the Fairfield-Suisun Rotary Club, and Voces Unidas de Solano. She also serves as a mentor for the Puente program at Solano Community College.

    Doriss has been employed in various public relations roles where she has had the opportunity to connect individuals to resources locally and at the state level. Including working for three state legislators  in their district offices and in the State Capitol in Sacramento. Her most current employer is Citizens Financial where she assists families with making the biggest purchase of their lives, a house to call home.

    In staying true to her path, Doriss ran and won a seat on the Fairfield City Council to represent District 5 In November 2020

    Doriss enjoys spending time with her two nephews and many of her cousins who reside in Solano county.

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  • Marbeya Ellis | Board Member

    Family Resources Manager with Fairfield-Suisun Unified School District (FSUSD)

    Bilingual English and Spanish

  • Bio Bio

    Marbeya Ellis was raised in Napa, California and later moved to Vacaville, California in the 5th grade where she attended Fairmont Elementary, Vaca Peña Middle School, and Will C. Wood High School.

    Marbeya has dedicated the last 11 years working in different capacities in the educational field; acquiring a variety of skills. As a result of her passion, drive, and dedication to service; she has spent
    most of her eleven years working directly with families and organizations in the community. Currently, overseeing the Family Resource Centers in Fairfield-Suisun Unified School District. Marbeya strives to continue to provide a safe, accessible place for families and youth to connect with comprehensive and coordinated services that help empower individuals. Services at each center are tailored to the specific needs of the community they serve and support is focused on building upon the strengths of each family and/or individual.

    Marbeya serves on numerous committees, including the Equity Steering Committee, with the Fairfield-Suisun Unified School District. Marbeya’s goals are to continue to see progress in community services gaps and access to equal opportunities for all individuals.

    Marbeya is a dedicated mom, wife, daughter, sister, and friend. She enjoys hosting social gatherings and spending time with family and friends.

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  • Juan Vallejos  | Board Member

    Owner of Bay Hauling.

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  • Mario Saucedo |  Board Member

    CEO of Solano AIDs Coalition

    Resident City of Vallejo

    Bilingual English and Spanish

  • Bio Bio

    How do you feel SHCC would benefit from your involvement as a Board member?

    The community outreach experience that I have, I been working with the Hispanic community for several years.

  • Pedro
  • Pedro Arroyo  |  Board Member

    Police Sergeant with Fairfield Police Department

    Bilingual English and Spanish


  • Bio Bio


    Police Sergeant, with a combined experience of 18 years of law enforcement. Serving the Solano community since 2003.

    How do you feel SHCC would benefit from your involvement as a Board member?

    I am a proud Latino with an extremely hard work ethic. I have served this community for over 17 years and will continue to do so. The Solano Hispanic Chambers of Commerce would benefit by having me serve its board by having a direct resource to the Fairfield Police Department. Many small Hispanic businesses have questions regarding laws and options they can have with their local police department.  I can attend forums and translate crucial information to the Hispanic community. No more waiting to get a representative from the local department on basic questions I can answer. I believe the community and police department need to work together. This is a perfect start in a long relationship we can both mutually benefit from.

    Please tell us anything else you’d like to share

    I’m extremely excited regarding this opportunity. I have been interested with serving on the board for over two years now. A change in leadership has provided an opportunity to allow me to serve and represent the Fairfield Police Department at the same time. In my heart I feel this is a great organization. I know I’ll be a true asset to the board and the Solano Hispanic Chambers of Commerce would truly benefit by having me serve on it. Thank you.  

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