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Ana María Cintrón is an auditor and business consultant with a recent passion for entrepreneurship, operations management, crowdfunding, and the idea of solidarity economy. She also has a love for baking, pilates, and connecting people to make things happen. As Piloto’s Operation’s Manager she looks forward to expand Piloto’s possibilities and growth.
Stephanie Drew is a left brain creative and storyteller with experience in digital media, content strategy, branding, graphic design, and events. After receiving her BA in PR and Advertising and her MBA in Marketing at the University of Puerto Rico, Río Piedras, she worked in the nonprofit sector as an associate in Communications producing digital media and content. As Piloto 151’s Communications and Events Manager, Stephanie is a news junkie hungry for information, staying up to date with all things creative and all for creating an entrepreneur community.
She is an optimist about the world we can create with the perfect combination of individuals, organizations, and ideas. Her favorite things are good company, moments of pure laughter, traveling the world and visiting new places, enjoying good food, art, nature… basically finding happiness in the simple things in life. This mega foodie and food truck lover is supporter of all things local.
Carlos Doble Lanza has been fascinated by all things tech since childhood. Between building PC’s for friends and family, and reviewing consumer electronics like cameras, audio equipment and games, Carlos finished a BBA with a Major in Accounting. He was hired as IT Director and IT Manager by each of his clients. He started working as a freelance consultant fresh out of college, and his highly sought after knowledge on software and hardware acquisition has been keeping him in high client demand ever since.
He views himself as gamer extraordinaire and is surely, the #1 Apple fan in the world. He loves to stay current with the bleeding edge, and firmly believes that tech is directly entwined with our daily lives, in art, with design and everything around us. Where some see a tool to get a certain job done, Carlos visualizes a sea of possibilities in which tech can enhance our productivity, workflow and quality of life.
Chana Geller is a creative spirit whose talents span from graphic and industrial design to entrepreneurship and culinary endeavors.
Born and raised in Puerto Rico, and traveling to places near and far strengthened her fascination and love for different cultures and experiences. After studying in Parsons School of Design and Pratt institute in Paris and Manhattan, she worked in various design studios, showrooms, and jewelry and toy stores.
This introduced her to different industries along the way, giving her a profound appreciation for all their unique demands and intricacies.
Chana enjoys baking in her free time as well as producing art and design projects, spending time with family and friends, eating delicious food, traveling and discovering the many breathtaking wonders her native island has to offer.
Juan Carlos Stolberg is a corporate and transactional attorney with experience in mergers and acquisitions, private equity, venture capital, startup law, art law, fashion law, restaurant and hospitality law and general corporate matters. Mr. Stolberg has represented clients working in a variety of fields, including real estate developers, fund advisers, tech startup founders, beverage distributors, restaurant owners, fashion retailers and art dealers.
Prior to starting his own law firm in 2011, Mr. Stolberg was an associate in the Corporate, Capital Formation and Securities Law Department of Tannenbaum Helpern LLP in New York City. His practice at Tannenbaum Helpern LLP involved assisting in the structuring of a broad range of transactions, including, among other things, asset and stock acquisitions, private placement offerings, art investment funds, distribution of tangible goods and franchise offering circulars.
Sofía Stolberg is a serial entrepreneur, mentor and entrepreneurship ecosystem developer with experience across diverse industries and international markets. She is the CEO of Piloto 151, Puerto Rico’s first coworking space and growth platform for entrepreneurs, recently recognized by the US Small Business Administration and the White House as one of 50 organizations nation-wide developing the most innovative programs for high growth potential entrepreneurs to thrive. Her most recent venture is Codetrotters Academy, the first hacker school in Puerto Rico and the Caribbean, committed to training the next generation of coders and innovators on the Island. As an ecosystem developer, Sofía has helped strengthen underdeveloped entrepreneurial and startup communities internationally. She co-directs the Founder Institute Puerto Rico chapter and has previously collaborated with Babson College, leading and advising international multi-stakeholder entrepreneurial initiatives (including Manizales-Más and Scale-up Milwaukee) to support and accelerate the development of high growth ventures. Sofía has also provided consulting services to local and multinational clients in the financial, insurance, consumer-based products, and oil and gas industries in countries across Latin America, the US and Africa.
In her spare time Sofía provides mentoring to startups and entrepreneurs in Puerto Rico and abroad, and serves on the Board of the Puerto Rico Creative Economy Initiative and the San Juan Tech Meetup. She is also the Founder and Chairwoman of Piloto Labs, a non-profit organization dedicated to strengthening Puerto Rico’s startup and tech community. Sofía is frequently invited to speak at international entrepreneurship conferences and acts as judge at game jams and hackathons. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree from Columbia University and a Masters in Economic Development Management from the London School of Economics. She enjoys dancing (mostly salsa and tango), cooking, extreme sports, contributing to her family’s art collection, and reading Latin American fiction novels.