DANR Vice President Releases New Book for Entrepreneurs & Innovators
The book provides steps to make your idea a reality and provides steps to start a business, including its launching and marketing.
Washington, DC (October 25, 12).– Dr. Dilcia Granville, Vice President of the Dominican American National Roundtable, and much acclaimed for being the first Dominican woman inventor in the United States, announced the release of her latest publication entitled Invention: The New Currency for the 21st Century.
“This is a new inspirational entrepreneur book to innovate, imagine and create the steps to start your own business,” said Dr. Granville, a well-known author, inventor and entrepreneur who currently works as the Senior Public Affairs Officer for the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) at the New York District Office.
“I would like to ask you to join me, our DANR National Board of Directors, members, friends and supporters in congratulating Dr. Granville for her exemplary leadership, and her many contributions to entrepreneurship development and community empowerment,” said Dr. Maria Teresa Feliciano, President of the DANR.
The book, released on October 19, 2012, is available at the prestigious retailer Amazon.com, the world’s largest online American multinational electronic commerce corporation headquartered in Seattle, Washington.
“Dr. Granville aims at engaging anyone who has a great idea to invent and innovate,” said Nestor Montilla, Sr., Chairman of the National Dominican American Council. “It’s a must-read book based on her true story as a professional woman who has succeeded in today’s competitive market.”
Dr. Granville is always on the move…doing something…looking for solutions to social problems and challenges impacting U.S. diverse communities.
“Where others see challenges, I see opportunities,” often says Dr. Granville when delivering speeches and at her frequent public appearances.
About Dr. Dilcia Granville
Dr. Dilcia Granville is the Senior Public Affairs for the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) at the New York District Office. She is also an inventor, author and the President of the Dip and See®, LLC., and recognized as the First Dominican woman Inventor worldwide. She invented the first in its kind “Dip and See® Sugar Indicator for food, which detects sugar and glucose in beverage. She Co-Chairs the American Diabetes Association, (ADA) Latino Initiative, “Por Tu Familia” Committee.
For more than 22 years, she has served in many non-for-profit organizations, councils, task forces and coalitions. She also, provides strategic communications planning advice to not-for-profits, academia, corporations, and government agencies. She received her Doctorate and Master’s degrees from Adelphi University and her baccalaureate degree on Health Management from Queens College of The City University of New York (CUNY).
Contact information: President of Dip and See. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org