Mujeres in Business
A powerful collection of inspiring stories featuring exceptional Latina women in business in Michigan.
ABOUT THE BOOK
Within the pages of this book, you will discover a powerful collection of inspiring stories featuring exceptional Latina women in business in Michigan. From various sectors and fields, these talented entrepreneurs have left an indelible mark on their industries, demonstrating that diversity and determination are fundamental pillars for success.
Mujeres in Business / Michigan Edition shows the strength of women to achieve their goals and transform obstacles into opportunities. Each of them has built a legacy that transcends borders and motivates future generations to pursue their own dreams.
Each story is a stone thrown into the water, creating ripples of change and transformation in the business world. Get ready to immerse yourself in a torrent of valuable lessons, enriching experiences, and the certainty that together, as Latina women in the business world, we can reach new heights and leave an indelible mark on history.
Zoraida Sanchez was born on September 2, 1948 in Aibonito, Puerto Rico. She arrived in Grand Rapids, Michigan, in 1976. She graduated from the Commercial Institute in Puerto Rico in 1968. She continued her education at Grand Rapids Community College, where she studied sociology/gerontology, and also attended Ferris State University in Big Rapids, where she took courses in gerontology…
Noticing the lack of services available to Hispanics in Grand Rapids, she set out to make a difference. She was director of Latin American Services from 1981 to 2002 and founded the Hispanic Senior Citizen Center, where daily meals are served to Hispanic seniors. She provided numerous support services to the Hispanic community and seniors.
She has been a leader in the Hispanic community, speaking out and taking action when she sees injustice, always acting with determination and integrity. She has served on the Board of Directors of many local non-profit organizations. He has received recognition for his advocacy for the Hispanic community at the federal, state and local levels.
For the past four decades he has owned his own business: Sanchez Income Tax & Translation Services, LLC, where he offers a highly professional and fully guaranteed service, which ensures his clients’ peace of mind. In addition, he provides employment opportunities to approximately nine people in the community. She also provides tax preparation classes for tax filing services.
Isabel Flores has focused her career in the business world since 2001, when she and her husband founded the Spanish-language newspaper Lazo Cultural in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Currently, she is the owner of the digital marketing agency “Guía Consultiva”, which is part of HispanoUSA, a company with a presence in Mexico since 2010, dedicated to the development of digital and printed content, as well as advertising for companies. in the United States since 1997…
By merging her two great passions, journalism and business, Isabel has supported numerous entrepreneurs in realizing their dreams of establishing solid businesses. Her contribution is based on effective promotion, advice for the optimization of advertising strategies and the proper management of digital presence and social networks.
Originally from Mexico City, Isabel recognizes that technology has eliminated the borders in business expansion. Her mission is to share her knowledge with other entrepreneurs, which has led her to offer international conferences, aimed at businesses and universities, in the field of digital marketing. Its goal and objective is to address especially those entrepreneurs who did not grow familiar with technological tools, giving them the courage to take full advantage of them and face today’s world without fear.
Among her most notable achievements, Isabel is proud to recount the success stories of numerous immigrants who have succeeded in the United States, thanks to her writing skills.
Graduated in Social Communication from the Autonomous Metropolitan University (UAM) of Mexico City, Isabel Flores has expanded her training with several diplomas in Communication and Political Marketing, Political Campaigns and Social Organization, as well as in Digital Marketing. With more than 25 years of experience in journalism, she currently collaborates with the newspaper La Prensa in Toledo, Ohio, and is part of the Mexican Association of Business Women (AMEXME).