Daniella Djiogan serves as the Project Director for the DC Women’s Business Center. She previously managed the small business and entrepreneurship program at the Washington DC Economic Partnership where she cultivated strategic partnerships, provided program leadership, developed resources, and assisted hundreds of entrepreneurs and businesses looking to start and grow in the district. Daniella has also worked for the Charles County Economic Development Department in Southern Maryland, where she contributed in planning, developing, and implementing strategic economic development projects in target industry sectors. She holds a master’s degree in International Development and a bachelor’s degree in Economics. Originally from Cameroon, Daniella is a polyglot with fluency in English, French and her native dialect.
Small Business Specialist
LaToria Brent is the Small Business Specialist for the DC Women’s Business Center. With over 20 years of experience in sales, marketing, human resource (recruitment and selection), LaToria’s mission has always been to strategize, implement, and execute different methods to positively impact her community. A serial entrepreneur, LaToria has owned multiple businesses and has served as an adjunct instructor transferring her institutional knowledge down to young adult business students. LaToria holds a bachelor’s degree in international business, MBA, and a certification in human resource management.