Alexzandra de la Iglesia is one of today’s leading voices and advocates for the small business owner.  Recognizing the need for further support and education on behalf of small business owners, Alexzandra is the innovative force and founder of the Small Business Academy.  Providing tools and start-to-success instruction to the novice as well as the experienced business owner the Small Business Academy remains timely and innovative as technology and consumer needs change.  


  After twenty five years as the owner of her own successful design firm Alexzandra suddenly found herself sidelined.  The mother of a young child and recovering from cancer she rediscovered her love of writing.  She maintains a growing list derived from speaking engagements, radio and television appearances, and social networking on Twitter, Facebook, Plaxo, LinkedIn, and others. She also provides her expertise as an economic development consultant on both the municipal and state levels as well as providing expert financial strategies for funding to high poverty school districts. 


  In 2003 she was named Co-Chair of the Small Business Development Council for the State of Washington and then was later honored by receiving an invitation to dinner at the White House to meet with congressional leaders regarding small business development policies for the State of Washington.  She was recognized by Congressional Leader Senator Tom Delay and received a certificate of honor.  She was also honored to receive a signed photograph and note of thanks from the President and First Lady for her efforts in bringing to light the needs and interests of small business owners.  She continues to be an advocate and voice for the small business owner.




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