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Emmanuel Lopez 


Furnishing Secure IT Solutions

Age: 35

 National Director of Strategy & Development

Organization: BetterWorld Technology

As an accomplished sales executive with more than 15 years of experience, Emmanuel Lopez has driven top-performing sales teams to capture market share and achieve substantial revenue growth. Emmanuel possesses a wide range of knowledge and assets that have allowed him to contribute towards the success of major companies. Emmanuel’s expertise lies in successfully developing and implementing effective sales strategies, directing go-to-market campaigns, and leveraging his network from his many years as the Director of Membership and Member Engagement for the Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce.

In his current role Emmanuel helps businesses and nonprofits nationwide connect and collaborate securely with managed services, voice, data, and IT solutions. Emmanuel utilizes his passion for networking, problem-solving, and solution implementation for all the organizations he works with. 

His incredibly supportive family had a huge impact on him growing up and helped lay the foundation for who he is. As a stage-four cancer survivor, he is passionate about giving back and currently serves on the Associate Board of the Gateway for Cancer Research and volunteers as a mentor with Imerman Angels to provide one-on-one cancer support for those currently undergoing treatment. He is also President of the University of Oklahoma Club of Chicago where he raises scholarship funds for Chicagoland students to attend the University of Oklahoma. 

Most recently Emmanuel was featured as The Face of Chicago Business and authored his first book, Email Hijack, which focuses on helping businesses stay secure from threats of hacking that have increased throughout the pandemic. He has had the privilege of becoming the newest Board of Directors member for The Association of Latinos Professionals for America in Chicago.


Words of wisdom:  “Los Lopez unidos nada no detiene. Para arriba y adelante.” – Cutberto Lopez