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Steven Trujillo

Steven L. Trujillo, MBA

President and Chief Executive Officer

A native of Pueblo, Steven is a 2007 graduate of Dolores Huerta Preparatory High School. He holds an Associate of Applied Science Degree in general studies from Pueblo Community College, a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Business Administration from Colorado State University-Pueblo with a minor in Leadership Studies, and a Master’s Degree in Business Administration, also from Colorado State University-Pueblo.

As President & Chief Executive Officer, he is responsible for the organization’s day-to-day operations, public relations and community representation. He was a member of the Presidents Leadership Program at CSU-Pueblo and served on the Scholars Board for the Denver Metro Chamber Leadership Foundation, advocating and representing students from CSU-Pueblo since 2010. In 2009 Steven received the 2009 Colorado State University-Pueblo Campus Leader of the Year Award, presented by the Boettcher Foundation; and was the 2009 Nominee Colorado Student Leader, presented by the Boettcher Foundation. He currently serves on the Governor’s Commission on Community Service, the President’s Leadership Program Advisory Board, Pueblo Community College CETD Advisory Board. He is a member of the Chavez-Huerta Board of Directors; a member of the El Pueblo Interdevelopment Corporation (EPIC) Board of Directors; Sangre de Cristo Arts & Conference Center Board of Trustees; Pueblo Economic Development Board of Directors.

Under his leadership, the Latino Chamber continues to grow and advance, while staying focused on the small business community of southern Colorado.

Steven enjoys volunteering his time with groups that work toward the enhancement of the Pueblo Community, and spending time with his family and friends in the beautiful Colorado outdoors.





Dennis Lowry

Special Events Coordinator

Dennis is a proud product of a working class family and grandparents who immigrated through Ellis Island to the Pittsburg area. Dennis was born in Chicago and moved to Rye, Colorado where he attended Rye High School and the University of Southern Colorado where he studied Business/Marketing. He is currently enrolled in continuing education classes at CSU-Pueblo.

Dennis recently joined the Latino Chamber team, now serving as Special Events Coordinator. In his new position, Dennis is responsible for providing leadership in the planning, organizing and implementation of all Latino Chamber fundraising events as well as monthly membership events. Additionally, he serves as the conduit in which all event planning communications are handled.

Dennis has been an active member of the Non-Profit community and has worked as a Fundraiser and Events Coordinator for the past 7 years at the YWCA working on events such as Chocolate Indulgence and Tribute to Women. Prior to the YWCA, Dennis spent over 25 years in Retail and Manufacturing Management positions. Dennis enjoys volunteering for many local Arts and Cultural community events. He has a passion for local history and historic preservation.


Jeannie Vallejos

Finance Coordinator

Jeannie joined the Latino Chamber team as the Finance Coordinator, bringing her many years of experience and knowledge in accounting and finance operations. In her position, she is responsible for the organizations daily accounting responsibilities and regular reporting of financial statements to the organization’s Chief Executive Officer and governing Board of Directors.  Additionally, she leads the team audit preparation, financial forecasting/annual budget preparation, tenant lease responsibilities and maintains the inventory purchasing system.

Jeannie was born in Pueblo, Colorado. After receiving an Associates Degree in Accounting she moved to Denver with her children, Eugene and Felicia and raised them in Denver. She loves softball and played with the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Denver. She started riding motorcycles and became involved in helping with Charities for children. She moved back to Pueblo after her children finished High School.

She became Treasurer then Vice President of the Ride to Give Foundation for over 5 years, (Benefits with Southern Colorado Cancer Patients, including St. Baldricks). She is the former Madam President of Eagles Auxiliary #3367, working to help people in the community. Her grandchildren are Eugene Jr, Estrella, Esperanza, Isaak, Javin and Krista and one great grandchild Joel. She loves camping with friends and family. In her positions, she enjoys meeting the many businesses in our community.

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