Adriana was born and raised in Monterrey, Mexico. She received a B.S. in Industrial and Systems Engineering from the Instituto Tecnolólogico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey (ITESM). She later moved the United States to purse her graduate studies. Adriana attended Georgetown University and received a diploma in Advanced Academic English. She attended ESADE (Escuela Superior de Administración y Dirección de Empresas) in Barcelona, Spain. She graduated with an M.B.A. from the University of Minnesota – The Carlson School of Management.
While in graduate school, Adriana started working as a Court interpreter and got certified as a Spanish interpreter by the Supreme Court of Minnesota and by the Federal Government. After receiving her Master’s in Business Administration, she decided to pursue the interpreting/ translation business and started an interpreting agency in early 2000 with a business partner. In 2006, she opened her own agency, TransLanguages, in the Twin Cities. TransLanguages is still operating successfully and has expanded its services to other states.
In June 2009, Adriana moved to Los Angeles to attend the University of Santa Monica and to work for GATE. She graduated in August of 2011 from the University of Santa Monica with a Master’s in Spiritual Psychology.
“I still remember talking to John Räätz in March of 2009 about the creation and birth of The Global Alliance for Transformational Entertainment, GATE – Transforming the World by Transforming Media and Entertainment. I was so inspired by GATE’s vision that I immediately became fully committed to its mission. GATE also became the focus of my Second Year project for my Master’s Program at USM.
What we communicate and the way we convey such information have had a great impact on how humankind operates nowadays. The world is going through significant shifts and changes. I believe that people are ready to reach higher levels of consciousness. I continue to be committed to GATE and to making Transformational Entertainment a reality in Hollywood and the rest of the world.”