BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Españas Collision Repair
Chair, Board of Directors
Miguel España is the founder of España’s Collision Repair, a family-owned and operated business that has over 20 years of premier collision repair expertise. Mr. España is a certified technician by various auto paint companies and car manufacturers. He is also a member of the Better Business Bureau. Mr. España is a previous president of the California Auto Body Association and has been serving on its board of directors for the past seven years. Mr. España is also on the board of Silicon Valley chapter of the Inter-Industry Conference on Auto Collision Repair (I-CAR). Mr. España has been on the board directors of the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Silicon Valley since 2008 and served as treasurer from 2010-2015. He has been an active chamber member for over fifteen years. Currently, he sits in the chamber’s events committee. Mr. España is a member of Kawanis International. His favorite pastimes include playing and watching soccer.
Board of Directors
James Duran is the founder and CEO of Duran Human Capital Partners, Inc., headquartered in Campbell. Duran HCP has ranked in the top 500 Hispanic companies as rated by Hispanic Magazine for over 5 consecutive years. The firm provides a range of Human Capital management consulting services including staffing and HR Consulting. Duran is also a niche leader in training Sourcers and Technical Recruiters in the Silicon Valley. James has served in board and leadership roles with the:
California Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
Hispanic Chamber of Silicon Valley
San Jose Silicon Valley Chamber, and the
CSBA, California Small Business Association.
James has a BA in Political Science and Economics from UC Berkeley.
Margaret Sanchez is a Bay Area native. She is the founder of California Solar Screens (http://www.californiasolarscreens.com/), an affordable solar shade company providing quality Insolroll products located in the Metro San Jose area serving the surrounding communities. Margaret has operated CSS for ten years.
Margaret also works in IT Consulting as the Director of Operations for the non-profit Girls Leadership Academy Meetup (GLAM) https://www.glam-readytolead.com. GLAM offers several yearly events with the mission to empower girls ages 8-12 to be business leaders, break the gender gap, and create a positive change in the world. It is Margaret’s goal to work with the underserved communities and the CASA foster care groups to make sure girls from the organizations have the opportunity to participate in GLAM.
Margaret enjoys playing golf, natural health, cooking, and traveling.