Spotlight | Miguel (Mike) Limon
Chairing the 44th Annual Convention of the California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce is Miguel (Mike) Limon.
Mr. Limon currently serves as the Executive Director at the Orange County Educational Arts Academy (“OCEAA”). OCEAA is a dual-immersion & arts immersion public charter school located in Santa Ana, California. OCEAA was founded in 2005 by a group of dedicated educators, parents and community partners. OCEAA is currently serving nearly 600 students in grades TK through 8th.
Prior to OCEAA, Mike was the national Dir., Programs & Events for MIND Research Institute. Mike was responsible for cultivating and engaging national partnerships and executing STEM-based programs.
Mike co-founded and was a past decade-long advisor of the Orange County Hispanic YOUTH Chamber of Commerce (“OCHYCC”) in 2009, which is still going strong today! OCHYCC consist of higher education student board members; dedicated to linking culturally diverse college students to the professional world through career development, community involvement, and access to higher education.
Mike is currently the Southern Region Board Chair with the California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce. This is a state-wide umbrella organization for city & county Chambers, looking to make an impact and support businesses throughout California.
Mike achieved an Associates in Arts degree from Fullerton Community College; and then went on to California State University, Fullerton (CSUF) to achieve a Bachelorettes degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Finance. While at CSUF, Mike was involved with two different associations. First, was the Latino Business Student Association as a member, and secondly was the Finance Association as the Director of Corporate Relations. These two associations help Mike get acquainted with business protocol, social events and networking which helped shape Mike as a leader.