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Luis De La Hoz of Edison Named to Governor-Elect Murphy Transition Team

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EDISON, NJ - Edison resident Luis De La Hoz, a member of the Middlesex County Regional Chamber of Commerce (MCRCC) board of directors, has been named to the transition team of Governor-elect Phil Murphy. 

De La Hoz will serve as the co-chairman of a committee that focuses on economic development policy. 
 
"Having worked extensively with minority- and women-owned businesses for many years at the community level, we now have a real opportunity boost our economy for the long-term by making sure our state-level policies promote a fair, just economy," De La Hoz said.
 
 
De La Hoz is Vice-President of Business Community Development for BCB Community Bank. He previously served as vice president of the Lending Team at the Intersect Fund, a New Brunswick-based micro lender. 
 
He is a member of the MCRCC's Hispanic Business Council and a founder of the MCRCC's annual Hispanic Business Expo. 

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