To assist women in achieving their dreams and to improve our community by helping them to start and run successful businesses, regardless of social or financial disadvantage, race, ethnicity or
Did You Know...
Your WBBC is a part of a national initiative promoting entrepreneurship in youth, military and Hispanic entrepreneurs.
The WBBC provides information, training, individual technical assistance and opportunities for not only women but anyone interested in starting or expanding their business. We create opportunities for anyone who wants to access information, personal guidance and insight into business-management skills. We accomplish these through assistance and/or training in finance, management, marketing, procurement and the Internet as well as addressing specialized topics such as home-based business, corporate executive downsizing and welfare-to work.
Meet our WBBC Team:
Mary Helen Aldeis was born and raised in El Paso, Texas. She is a high school graduate of Austin High School. She obtained her Bachelor of Science in Human Services Degree. She has volunteered her time at many organizations in El Paso. Her internships have been with a vast array of organizations such as the Access to Recovery Program, Child Crisis Center of El Paso, and Mothers Against Drunk Driving. Her primary responsibilities are to provide information, training, individual counseling and opportunities for women interested in starting or expanding their business. The Women’s Business Border Center (WBBC) creates opportunities for women and entrepreneurs who want to access information, personal guidance and insight into business management skills. Ms. Aldeis has led the Women’s Business Border Center to high prestige and many recognitions from local to national level. Through her guidance and expertise, the WBBC has helped entrepreneurs begin and grow their businesses.
Daniela Cervantes was born in El Paso, Texas. She graduated from the University of Texas at El Paso pursuing a Bachelor of Business Administration in Marketing in 2016. It has been a great opportunity for Daniela to be part of the Women’s Business Border Center since she values her El Paso community and being able to help others in their entrepreneurial dreams.
Learn more about our Women's Business Border Center at their official website: http://www.womenbordercenter.com/