CHARLOTTE – Rosanna Saladin-Subero, PhD, Founder and President of Stand Management Marketing Solutions in Charlotte has been named the Small Business Administration’s 2013 North Carolina Minority Business Advocate of the Year for her commitment to support minority entrepreneurship. She was nominated by Charles Johnson, Founder of We Heal Veterans PTSD.
This award recognizes Dr. Saladin-Subero for her efforts to increase minority small business interests, to improve conditions in the minority small business community, advising minority small business groups of opportunities within the overall business community, and to effectively advocate for minority small business interests.
“I am humbled to accept this award,” said Saladin-Subero, “I look forward to continue supporting those individuals who have given me the honor to share my knowledge with them.”
Through collaborative efforts with the following groups she has led entrepreneurial training sessions provided information on business planning, financial literacy and fostered awareness of micro-lending opportunities to members/participants of:
- Women’s Commission Workforce Development
- Goodwill Industries: Operation Independence
- Latin American Coalition
- Latin American Chamber of Charlotte
- Asian American Chamber of Commerce
- Veteran Network of North Carolina
- North Carolina Veteran’s Business Association (NCVETBIZ)
Dr. Saladin-Subero launched Stand Management and Marketing Solutions in 2013 after working for organizations in several states. Dr. Saladin-Subero continues to assist the young generation of minority and women businesses in the Charlotte area.
Prior to starting her own business, Dr. Saladin-Subero served as the Executive Director of the non-profit Michael Scott Mater Foundation (MSMF). She was in charge of providing entrepreneurial training. She also fostered collaborations with organizations such as The Latin American Chamber of Charlotte.
A native of Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, Dr. Saladin-Subero has a PhD in International Family and Community Studies from Clemson University. For more information, contact Dr. Saladin at
704-726-9243 or firstname.lastname@example.org.