Three Sisters Kitchen: Boosting the Food Economy One Biscochito at a Time

emily hill Blog, Business, Connecting People and Places, Entrepreneurship, Racial Equity, Talent and Skill Development

September 6, 2018 By 2030, the population of New Mexicans aged 65 and over will more than double. That will give us the fourth largest 65+ population in the country, with more people aged 65 and over than under 18. These statistics beg the question: “Who will care for NM’s aging population?” Knowing one in four caregivers is an immigrant, …

Startup Life in ABQ: The Pros and Cons with Tech Entrepreneur Javier Romero

Thema Blog, Business, Education, Entrepreneurship, Talent and Skill Development, Technology

July 17, 2018 The 38-year-old New Mexico-native Javier Romero is not only building a tech company, he’s trying to change the way we behave on the internet. His new venture Hangerang incentivizes offline interaction and real-life friendships using an online platform. It is a heady endeavor, but he’s backed by the supportive and diverse tech ecosystem here in Albuquerque. Here’s …

Street Food Institute Chef holding two heads of lettuce

The Street Food Institute – Welcoming a New Group of Entrepreneurs

Thema Blog, Business, Connecting People and Places, Entrepreneurship, Talent and Skill Development

By Tina Garcia-Shams, Executive Director, Street Food Institute | July 5, 2018