Mary Sol Gonzalez

CEO Hispanic Entrepreneur Initiative

Mary Sol González was born in Venezuela and has a Bachelor Degree in Psychology from Andres Bello Catholic University.

Since high school she has always been involved in the non Profit community in diverse areas, and after graduation she had the opportunity to live in four continents, thus enriching her multicultural mindset.

She brought her passion serving in organizations such as the Children’s Orthopedic Hospital, International Women Organizations with emphasis in children trafficking, cultural diversity, fair trade and more. One of her most fulfilling endeavors was the creation of a free clinic for families in the Philippines and the work to assist on the building of water wells in Kenya.

Former owner of a Signs and Marketing company, she was exposed to the local organizations that serve the community through her work with the Chamber of Commerce. In 2013 she was one of the founders of the Boca Chamber’s International Business Alliance. She served on the Executive Board of Networking Hispanos for 6 years and cofounded Women Development Network 2.0. 

Mary Sol has been a community captain for the Boca Raton Bowl since it’s first year and is part of the Women Build Initiative for Habitat for Humanity.

A Board member of the Boca Raton Chamber’s Golden Bell Education Foundation from 2015 to 2019, she serves on the Board of the Peter Blum YMCA Boca Raton, co-chairs  the Junior League Non Profit Training Committee and has become a Consultant for small Non Profit Organizations such as HOME (Homeless Outreach Mentoring and Education).


Currently the Chairwoman of the Board of the Children’s Museum, she is a graduate of the Leadership Boca Class of 2013 and has served as a Day Planner since 2014 working as liaison to discover the Palm Beaches and Boca Raton Resort and Club.

She is an Advisor for international Non Profit Organizations Extending a Hand, Empresarias Hispanas and Imagina.





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