Founder and CEO of LatInc Corporation; LatInc is the first and only mobile social media platform available on the market for Latinos and communities to connect and advance their professional careers.
Claritza has had a very successful career as a senior technology executive working for both large and prestigious organizations in the academic, financial, healthcare and government sectors.
Her background includes local, national,and global experience working at the senior level. Claritza has held positions at companies such as the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, the Federal Reserve Bank System, State Street Corporation, Cambridge College and many others.
A lifelong community leader supporting public health, research, STEM education, mentorship, civic engagement and social justice issues, Claritza’s professional profile and personal journey has been featured in several local and national media outlets. Her story has been told in the Boston Business Journal, National Public Radio (NPR), the Library of Congress and most recently in the National Latina Style Magazine’s -Women in STEM section.
Claritza has been distinguished with multiple important awards:
- “Women to Watch” award from the Boston Business Journal and Mass High Tech Magazine
- One of the 100 most influential Hispanics in Massachusetts
- “Excellence in Technology Award” by the Massachusetts Governor
- “Distinguished Alumni Award” by both of her Alma maters - Boston University and Santo Domingo Institute of Technology
As an immigrant from the Dominican Republic, Claritza was recognized by the President of the Dominican Republic as a meritorious Dominican abroad. Her picture is featured at the “Dreams of Freedom” Immigrant Museum, at the Top of Hub in Boston’s Prudential building.
A successful role model, Claritza holds a bachelor’s degree in Computer Systems Engineering, a master’s degree in Computer Information Systems from Boston University and several graduate certifications in technology, leadership and public administration from NYU and Suffolk University. She is pursuing an MBA from West Virginia University.
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