América Solidaria U.S. and the Chile-U.S. Chamber of Commerce pledge to work together for the pursuit of new opportunities for the region

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The signing of the important agreement took place last Thursday, November 5th at the Chilean Embassy where the Chilean Ambassador in the United States, Juan Gabriel Valdés; Founder and CEO of América Solidaria International, Benito Baranda; Chairwoman of América Solidaria U.S., Kellie Meiman; President of the Chile-U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Patricio Sepúlveda; and Director of the Chile-U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Alejandro Jerez were all present.

The Memorandum of Understanding signed by both organizations strongly agrees that together we will be able to strengthen current efforts and expand solidarity under a proposal of union and duty with the American continent, and with special emphasis between the United States and Chile.

The Chile-U.S. Chamber of Commerce is an association of businesses, professionals, and individuals, who seeks to promote and foster commercial exchange between Chile and the United States, emphasizing on the region of South Florida, as well as intercultural understanding between both countries.

In the first photo, the following people appear at the bottom: Benito Baranda, Founder and CEO of América Solidaria International; Chilean Ambassador in the United States, Juan Gabriel Valdés; Kellie Meiman, Chairwoman of América Solidaria U.S.; and Patricio Sepúlveda, President of the Chile-U.S. Chamber of Commerce.

At the top, in order, are: Niza Castañeda, Professional América Solidaria fellow from Mexico who works at the AYUDA organization in Virginia; Sebastián Villarreal, Executive Director of América Solidaria U.S. and Alejandro Jerez, Director of the Chile-U.S. Chamber of Commerce.