Ed. Note: This is a cross post from ED's Homeroom Blog. You can find the original post here.
The daughter of
entrepreneurs, Nina Vaca grew up believing that entrepreneurship and civic
leadership went hand-in-hand.
She likes to say
that she “had a front row seat to what it meant to be an entrepreneur,” working
in the family travel agency business by day and attending chamber and civic
events at night.
her award-winning IT services firm in 1996, Vaca has continued that legacy both
as an entrepreneur and a visible leader and advocate in the business community.
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