Ana Mosqueda holds a degree in Management with emphasis in Marketing and a Masters of Management of Nonprofit Organizations. Her interest are: 1) economic community empowerment through entrepreneurship and training, 2) community health and 3) women and children issues. She enjoys helping nonprofit organizations, businesses and entrepreneurs grow through evaluation, training and the creation of tailored marketing strategies that include: building a strong digital presence, strategic planning, content creation and design. She is currently the designer and editor of Latinas On The Plaza Newsletter as well as a teacher assistant in the Little Arrows Program that empowers girls to be Safe, Smart and Strong. She is also part of the Executive Committee that leads Little Village Farmers Market a collaborative effort that seeks to increase access to healthy foods by creating a safe space for local Latino entrepreneurs to sell their agro-ecological produce and products and that also through classes and videos promotes healthy eating and practices like urban gardening. Amid COVID-19 you can also find her volunteering at local organizations distributing food boxes, hot meals and hygiene items.
Ana’s strengths are that she is an achiever (takes immense satisfaction in being productive), a learner(she is continuously improving), a believer (daughter of God, unchanging core values), she is also strong in Ideation (genuine creativity and strategic thinking) and Futuristic (knowing how the problems we are solving today are the roots for a better tomorrow).