Mina Ebrahimi is the founder and CEO of Saint Germain, a reputable catering company. She has a real passion for cooking, and she turned it into her career when she started her own catering company. It took a lot of effort and grit, but she now owns a company that delivers high-quality food and superior service.
Mina’s parents first immigrated to the USA in 1978, and she worked in the family bakery, Seven Corners, at the age of 11. There she learned many practical and valuable skills such as customer service and she ran the café when it was relocated to Tyson’s Galleria as the Saint Germain Café.
When she reached the age of 26, she began her own company known as Saint Germain Catering. Her company’s specialty is corporate catering and hosting special events such as weddings. She turned her company into a full-service catering company that hosts weddings, special events, business luncheons, and private parties. Her company has 32 employees that are full-time and eight employees that work for her part-time.
Mina has been recognized for all of her hard work and achievements and has been awarded the Enterprising Women of the Year Award and Top 40 Under 40 Award. She has also received many other awards and recognition as well.
Mina is also very compassionate and has given generously to many non-profit organizations including Operation Homefront DC, and the 25th Project that helps provide food to the homeless in the Northern VA area. She has even sponsored McBaine, a dog that detects cancer.
She also founded the Jack-Ebrahimi Program at the Pennsylvania University which helps women to have a bright future. Mina is all about rising up to your full potential and believe that when you direct your mind to something you can obtain it. She has turned her success into a useful tool to help others to realize and achieve their dreams and has proven that no matter what your passion is, if you want it bad enough and work towards it, it can be done. She is also a strong advocate for women in business.