Alexander Borromeo is a serial entrepreneur who has successfully started and spun off over fifteen businesses since 1985. He has led half from start-up to over a million dollar in sales revenue under one or two years, a psychological milestone for a business. He is a seasoned adviser and businessman.
A leader in the Filipino-American Community in Washington State. The current VP International Trade & Investment for the Federation of Philippine American Chambers of Commerce and former President of the Washington State Filipino-American Chamber of Commerce– served on advisory councils to the Office of Minority and Women’s Business Enterprise, Greater Seattle Chamber of Commerce and the Urban Enterprise Center, Prosperity Partnership, and Project 60, a multi-ethnic business program. He is the co-founder of the Coalition for Investing in Washington Jobs and the Multi-Ethnic Business Alliance, both advocacy organizations on behalf of investment and job creation within the minority and women-owned business community.
Among his affiliations, programs and accomplishments viz;
1. MEBA, CIWJ
2. AAPP, Tabor 100
3. AWSHCC, NMBC
4. Prosperity Partnership MEDWG
5. GSCC & UEC
6. FCCPNW & NAFFAA
8. Seattle Public School – RSBDP, Highline Community College – StartZone
9. Senate Resolution for Philippine Consulate
10. Linked Deposit Program, BDC, HB5723
11. HIY&GC & HIC