CEO & Founder
Translation Takes Your Business to New Heights
Brigitta, a bilingual native of the Washington, DC area, was born in Bethesda, Maryland, and grew up in Alexandria, Virginia. The daughter of an Argentine father and Ecuadorian mother, her native language is Spanish. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from Averett College and successfully completed the Minority Business Executive Program from Dartmouth’s Tuck School of Business and the University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business. Brigitta currently serves as board chair of Loudoun Literacy Council, whose mission is to teach English communication skills and provide literacy resources to empower low-income adults and children. In 2023, Brigitta was honored as a National Latino Leader at the 8th Annual National Latino Leadership Conference. Brigitta was a 2023 nominee for the Loudoun Women’s Hall of Fame, organized by the Loudoun Coalition on Women and Girls. In 2021, Brigitta was a finalist for the Loudoun Chamber Community Leadership Award in the Executive Leader Category. In September of 2020, Brigitta was appointed to Governor Northam’s Virginia Council on Women, an advisory council of 18 leaders from around the state who identify new ways for women to contribute to the growth and success of the Commonwealth. In 2019, Brigitta was recognized as one of the Top 100 MBE’s honoring minority and women entrepreneurs.