Monday, January 31, 2011

Latina recognized as Businesswoman of the Year

The Sacramento Hispanic Chamber of Commerce names SpanishOne Translations’ CEO Business Woman of the Year

Monica Nainsztein Rodriguez
SACRAMENTO, CA — The Sacramento Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (SacHCC) has named Monica Nainsztein Rodríguez, founder and CEO of SpanishOne Translations, Inc., as 2011 Business Woman of the Year, an award that recognizes the innovative solutions and community impact of one local entrepreneur.  

“This award reflects not only Monica’s unwavering commitment to build a thriving company, but also that one person’s vision and voice can make a valuable contribution to our community,” said Steve Gándola, President/CEO of the SacHCC.

Monica received the award at the 39th Annual Business Awards and Recognition Gala held Jan. 28 at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Sacramento.

Monica defied the odds and made a recession ridden 2010 the company’s best year to date. It was the year to go big or go home and she went big by expanding services into over 100 languages, creating a product line, and expanding her workforce.

“We’re in an age where business can be as much about partnerships as competition, and our success in 2010 reflects that,” said Monica. “When you focus on being of service and the good you can do, business success follows naturally.”

With a natural-born coalition builder at the helm, SpanishOne secured partnerships with influential organizations like the California Chamber of Commerce and the California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce as additional avenues to connect with their client base.

An active community leader, Monica graduated from the HOPE Leadership Institute in 2010. She is also recognized for leadership within the Hispanic community through efforts like the YogaLatina Initiative, where she offers low-income Latinas access to health, education, and empowerment through weekly yoga sessions at The Yoga Seed Collective and Wellspring Women’s Center.

About SpanishOne Translations
SpanishOne offers translations into over 100 languages, and specializes in providing its clients with innovative communication and outreach strategies to target the Hispanic market. With a global network of 3,000 professionals, SpanishOne facilitates creative translations and campaigns for government agencies, fortune 500 companies, NGOs, and the education, industrial, retail and public sectors. SpanishOne is a certified Woman and Minority Business Enterprise.

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