We're helping to create thousands of new social businesses in communities around the world!
  Meet our Entrepreneurs! Join E4C as a Sponsor!
 

The E4C Blog - News & Updates from the E4C staff.
The Social Enterprise - What is a social profit company?

Main Menu

 





E4C Entrepreneurs

Juana Oliveros


Have a question? Want to see the full business plan? Request Info.


ABOUT THIS ENTREPRENEUR

ENTREPRENEURíS PERSONAL STORY:
I moved to America from Mexico 21 years ago, fleeing my first husband who was physically and verbally abusive. At the time I fled, I was pregnant with my first child to whom I gave birth in America. After giving birth, I decided to bring my husband to America. However, our marriage only lasted four more years because he continued to be abusive. I was pregnant with my second child when we decided to get divorced. After the divorce, I was alone raising two children on my own and working several jobs.

During this time, I met my second husband and believed my life would be truly happy. Unfortunately after six years of marriage, he began abusing drugs and alcohol. Our lives completely changed. My second husband and I had two more children, and he too began being physically and verbally abusive. In August 2010 I made the decision to leave my domestic violence situation and start a new life doing what I love: cooking. I hope that my catering business will succeed, and I will have the opportunity to help both my own family and my parents, much like they helped me.

When I look at myself as a business person I see myself doing something that I am passionate about and that I love. While I have a lot of work ahead of me, I see a promising future for myself and my kids. I see my catering business becoming a restaurant with my sons working with me.

I would like to provide everything needed for my family and parents, to help women living with domestic violence, and to be a successful woman.

If you are interested in investing in this entrepreneur please contact us directly.



 

  INVEST or CONTRIBUTE

E4C focuses on three primary populations of entrepreneurs: Veterans, Green and Social Businesses, and those who find themselves operating within marginalized communities.

If you are interested and can find a way to contribute to their success, we would love for you to contact us directly and we will connect you to them.

These are an amazing group of dedicated and hardworking entrepreneurs, and we think each and every one of them is certain to succeed, especially with your help.

 


 
Home | Programs | Help | Entrepreneurs | Sponsor | Partners | Testimonials | Blog | Contact E4C