Evelyn Solorzano is a Small Business Community Officer working with business owners in the North Texas market. Dedicated to support women and minority business owners for the past 6 years , Evelyn finds solutions to help them achieve their unique evolving goals. To bridge the gap on Small Business Financial Literacy, Evelyn delivers business financial classes across the community utilizing all of our educational resources. In addition, as a North Texas CDFI Ambassador, Evelyn works closely with local development institutions to identify ways to support entrepreneurs with access to capital. Evelyn joined Bank of America in 2004 and throughout her 18 year journey, she has held different positions within the company. She is not only passionate about helping business clients, she is highly committed to the communities she serves. She is engaged in the community as an active member of local Chambers of Commerce including the Ft. Worth Hispanic and the Dallas Regional Chambers, working side by side with various non-profit organizations such as Habitat for Humanity, Women’s Business Development Center, Minority Business Development Agency Dallas (MBDA) and local business organizations such as The DEC Network. Evelyn was born and raised in Colombia and migrated to the United States with her family at the age of 13. She obtained her Bachelor of Business Administration and a Master of Science in Finance from University of Texas at Dallas. She is married with two young children and in her spare time loves to dance, spend time with family, play baseball and participate in volunteer activities with her two boys.