Carlos “CJ” Santos, an Associate at Nemphos Braue, has been appointed by Governor Hogan to the Maryland Commission on Hispanic Affairs.
The Maryland Commission on Hispanic Affairs is part of the Governor’s Office of Community Initiatives (GOCI), which engages Maryland communities through the governor’s seven ethnic and cultural commissions to deliver the voices of Marylanders to the Hogan administration, connect the administration with Marylanders, and alert the administration about real-time needs of communities in Maryland.
“This appointment by Governor Hogan is an incredible honor. I am looking forward to representing, and advancing solutions to address the needs of Hispanics in Maryland,” states Santos.
“We are proud to have one of our rising stars, CJ Santos, appointed to this incredibly important commission,” shares George Nemphos, Founding Member of Nemphos Braue.
In his role at Nemphos Braue, a boutique corporate law firm based in Towson, Santos represents emerging and mature private companies and venture capital investors, and frequently represents clients in private company mergers and acquisitions, private equity transactions, and debt-financing. He also handles a variety of matters relating to corporate governance, general corporate issues, and business law, and advises emerging and mature private companies across an array of industries, including technology, automotive, healthcare, insurance, and construction.
Nemphos Braue is a Mid-Atlantic boutique corporate and business law firm, focused on helping clients succeed, one relationship at a time. Nemphos Braue specializes in mergers and acquisitions, start-up and entrepreneurial law, intellectual property and technology transactions, and procurement. Its team approach provides clients with creative and effective legal solutions across all disciplines and offers the best results to manage clients’ legal and business objectives.