Maribel is a proud Latina, STEAM Advocate, wife, and mom to two energetic and fun-loving girls and a sweet pup named Cheerio.
She loves to read (although she only has time for audiobooks lately) and enjoys trying out new recipes in her cooking adventures. She’s a nerd at heart and loves most things tech related and some great math humor.
Maribel really enjoys working on solving complex business problems, and creating meaningful communities. Her background is in engineering, with a degree from MIT, and an MBA from SMU.
Maribel has worked across the full product lifecycle and loves turning ideas to products, and taking products and turning them to into growing and thriving businesses. She’s worked across industries in manufacturing environments, EdTech, Medical Devices, and HR Tech and she’s excited to bring her experiences to MOMolution to help other moms on their motherhood and MOM-Powered Business journeys.
Maribel is also Operating Partner at Msaada Partners Consulting, a social impact consulting firm located in Boston and focused on change through empowering entrepreneurs. She’s also the co-founder of Impact Education, and Ed Tech company focused on making STEAM Education affordable.
Bekah is a wife and mom to three crazy, energetic kids, and one adorable German Shepherd named Sequoia. Bekah loves coffee, refinishing furniture, reading and silence. An avid runner, Bekah enjoys running for fun and to support non-profit organizations, having completed the Disney Dopey Challenge (48.6 miles) in support of the Multiple Sclerosis Association of America.
Bekah, always in a hurry and wanting things done yesterday, completed high school in 3 years and then went on to complete her under grad from SUNY Potsdam in 3 years. Bekah is also the Owner/Founder of Ware Marketing and Design LLC a marketing/business strategy and web development agency and one of the founders of WPMaster.me a DIY WordPress class for small businesses, startups and service providers.
If you want to reach Bekah, you can find her running somewhere or hiding from her children, drinking coffee and basking in the silence.