“I was exposed to business, and started
learning from a successful serial
entrepreneur at the age of five… my dad, a
first generation immigrant to America who
taught me much of what I know. Being rooted
in an entrepreneurial home alleviated much of
the fear and intimidation that comes with
doing “big-business” and I was confidently
able to take on the daunting tasks that
After overcoming some of the very common challenges of a small company, such as how to gain financing and where to find these new customers, Doña earned a reputation as someone who could help others to succeed.
Today Doña is a popular speaker, professional moderator, spokesperson, and mentor who helps teach other companies how they too can successfully grow by doing business with governments and large corporations.
Doña, in some cases, works with large corporations, helping them to understand how to look for and attract small business partners that can bring value to their operations and help develop a mutually beneficial capture strategy.