Infinity GPC


Jack and Brenda Ochoa
Jack and Brenda met through a volunteer organization while they were attending the University of Southern California. This passion for helping others has led them to share in the establishment and development of Infinity GPC.

Jack Ochoa

A passionate educator, entrepreneur, and expert in learning and corporate development. Jack has been a Business and Community leader dedicated to supplier diversity and inclusion for more than 25 years. He has held various positions with top-tier Corporate and Small Business Associations, Minority Business Groups, and Education Outreach organizations across Southern California. Jack has extensive experience with numerous corporate and government
buying policies and procedures for Small Business owners. Under Jack’s leadership, key advocacy, civic, political, and community relationships, public policy, and corporate initiatives
benefitting small businesses have been pursued and approved.

  • Xerox – Partnered with small business enterprises to win $10 million in government contracts with the City of LA, Port of LA, LADWP, and LA County
  • Aramark – Collaborated with minority organizations to help the small businesses transition into subcontractors on government projects
  • WW Grainger – Created a statewide program that gave entrepreneurs the ability to sell $22 million in products
  • Toyota/Raymond – Collaborated with certified small business enterprises as subcontractors on Federal, State, and Local government non-bid buying


Los Angeles County METRO Transportation Business Advisory Council
Los Angeles Unified School District Small Business Advisory Council
City of Los Angeles Small Business Advisory Ad Hoc Council

What drives Jack?

The desire to champion for and empower small business owners to grow their businesses through successful buying relationships with government agencies.

Brenda Ochoa

An ardent supporter of personal growth and team development. Brenda has worked directly for government buying programs and agencies in the development of a variety of procedures and training programs. In working with the CPUC Women/Minority Owned Business Certification Program, Brenda saw firsthand the challenges that many disadvantaged small business owners were facing in their attempts to work with the government. Her 10+ years working for the City of Los Angeles in various buying, materials management, contract compliance, and budgeting roles, she learned firsthand how to understand and navigate through the government’s many policies and procedures. Brenda’s passion lies behind the scenes managing business operations and providing support and guidance to Jack and our clients as needed.

What drives Brenda?
The desire to make the government buying process less confusing and daunting for small business owners.