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Greater Texas Capital Corporation Welcomes Yaziri Orrostieta As Regional Manager For The Greater Houston Market

Sep 20, 2021 | Uncategorized | 0 comments

(Houston, Texas, September 20, 2021) – Greater Texas Capital Corporation, a statewide nonprofit organization certified by the SBA to provide 504 loans to small businesses, announced that Yaziri Orrostieta (YO) has joined the company as Regional Manager for the Gulf Coast area. She is based out of Houston after spending time in the corporate office located in Tyler, Texas.

Orrostieta comes to Greater Texas Capital Corporation after serving as Chief Executive Officer at WorkHub, a real estate startup in East Texas. Prior to her role of CEO, Orrostieta led marketing initiatives for ag-lending cooperative, Heritage Land Bank as Vice President of Marketing.

“We are looking forward to having Yaziri in the Greater Houston area. Her marketing and leadership experience combined with an entrepreneur spirt will no doubt be an invaluable asset to our team, bank partners and borrowers.” Greg Dunn

Orrostieta earned an MBA from the University of North Texas and her BBA in Marketing from the University of Texas at Tyler. Throughout the years, she has volunteered for multiple local and state organizations that support, small businesses and entrepreneurs, financial literacy for Spanish speakers, and advancement of women in leadership roles. Orrostieta current serves on the board of PATH and is a member of Leadership Women.

About Greater Texas Capital Corporation (GTCC):
As a Certified Development Corporation, GTCC is a nonprofit company specifically established to contribute to economic development. We work with the SBA and other lending partners to provide loans to small businesses requiring real estate and equipment financing with long-term, fixed rates to acquire major fixed assets for expansion or modernization throughout Texas. GTCC ranks as the most active CDC in the Dallas/Fort Worth SBA District and is one of the country’s fastest-growing Certified Development Corporations.

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