Piedad Perdomo, WBC Graduate, 1992
“My mother, my brother and sister and I entered the Center in 1982. My mother worked as a domestic servant and our life was full of privation. The WBC gave us security, protection, education and values. Although there were about 2,000 members, we always felt that we were part of a “family”.
I studied sales and marketing and later obtained a loan from the Center to begin my first business, a fast food restaurant. Today I work with my sister who graduated in cosmetology. We run a beauty salon. My brother studied auto-mechanics and my mother learned baking. The Center gave us the opportunity to prosper in life.
My future plan is to create a cosmetology academy of my own.”