Editorial Dept. Voz de la Diaspora
Maria Rios, It is a great example of how Salvadorans reach “American dream” in United States. this Salvadoran, It is the first woman entrepreneur, a category dominated by men.
“Nothing happens in the overnight, but if you do heart, with faith in God and dedication all you can”, Maria said in a brief conversation with Voice of Diaspora.
Salvadoran, He fled with his family from the war raging in El Salvador in the early 80. His path was not easy, but it is now one of the most prominent entrepreneurs in the Latino community in Texas.
After graduating from the University of Houston, He founded his company Nation Waste, in 1997. Now, 23 years later, expands their profession and make an application in hand with IMB to prevent accidents.
Maria company generates millions of dollars a year, with waste collection, trash and recyclables, and it is recognized as a company emerging from the state.
Mary is a businesswoman recognized in the area that the community has shown that the effort and dedication have their reward. Last year El Salvador was recognized as one of the most important Latina entrepreneurs, the White House.
During the ceremony, presidida por Donald Trump, received recognition, in the event of receipt of the commemoration of the Hispanic Heritage Month in the United States.