Kambrian Corporation is selected to participate in Two Mentorship Programs
Kambrian is currently participating in AT&T's Business Growth Acceleration Program and Amgen's Mentorship Program.
Sponsored by AT&T Global Supplier Diversity, the six-month education and mentoring program is designed to help diverse-owned businesses improve operations and be better positioned for growth.
"I am very honored to be selected to participate in this program," said Hsieh. "Looking forward to meeting AT&T teams and fellow attendees."
Held from May to October 2016, the program helps qualified business leaders in three areas: mentoring, education, and presentation. Participants attend both telepresence/
The program concludes with a 3-day Business Summit at the Institute of Entrepreneurial Leadership on the JFKU campus in Concord, CA.
Hsieh is also selected to participate in the Amgen Mentor Protégé program. Designed to support growth and development in business planning, professionalism, and operational management, the program spans one year, from April 2016 to March 2017.
Throughout the one year, the mentor will provide regular consultation in areas of expertise, while offering industry insights. The protégé will develop business goals and action plans throughout the mentorship. Amgen is a biotechnology company headquartered in Thousand Oaks, California.
"We are very excited to be a mentor in Amgen's mentoring program," Hsieh said. "Amgen is a leader in the biotech industry, and we want to participate in the medical science field to help patients."
Kambrian Corporation is an IT VAR providing quality IT solutions nationwide including virtualization, networking, security, storage. In addition to procuring hardware and software for customers nationwide, Kambrian offers low voltage inside wiring services in California and Seattle. Kambrian is a certified Minority and Woman Business Enterprise (MBE, WBE).
Founded in 2009 by CEO Cathy Hsieh, Kambrian has seen tremendous year to year growth over the past three years. In 2013, Kambrian reported $3.3 million in total revenue. Two years later in 2015, Kambrian ended the fiscal year with total revenues at $9.8 million.
In addition to managing Kambrian Corporation, Hsieh is active in the local community. In 2014, Hsieh served as the WBEC-West Regional Forum Chair and was on the board of directors for the Asian Business Association, Los Angeles.