MBDA guides you towards the missing resources you’ve been needing to start doing what you love. By starting your business in your own community, you’ll be giving back to, and supported by, a genuinely invested neighborhood. This way, you’ll plant the roots of your legacy into soil that will nourish a fulfilling life for generations to come.
Roxana Gomez is a native of Colombia and has lived in the United States since 2012. Roxana graduated with a Master’s in Business Administration in August 2015 from Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi. Seeking to be a better communicator, she sought and obtained her second Master’s in Communication in 2019. Her background includes three and a half years of experience at the Port of Corpus Christi as a Business Coordinator for Latin America. Her work played an important role at the Port of Corpus Christi, putting together the First Latin America Petroleum and Energy Summit in 2016 resulting in the attendance of over 50 international companies. She also led different successful donations campaigns to help those in need the most in her home country, Colombia. Those campaigns resulted in the collection of hundreds of new toys, clothes and shoes that helped over 3,200 families in Colombia. Also, Roxana worked for three and a half years at TAMU-CC Coastal Bend Business Innovation Center, where one of her main duties was to advise start-ups and small business owners in improvement to their economic growth. Currently, Roxana is the Senior Business Development Specialist at the MBDA/COVID19 Business Resilience Center
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