Alfredo Lacayo Evertsz
Research instructor - QSRT
Alfredo is the creator of Financial Qbits, the innovative visual training methodology that has taught finance and accounting to more than 1,000 people, including 500+ SBDC clients. Hacia Ganancia, a training program based on his methodology, was funded by JPMorgan Chase in 2017 when he was a financial consultant with the SBDC@FIU. Alfredo has been general manager in the securities industry and a certified stock broker for international stock exchange markets. He is a finance graduate from the University of Florida.
Lizelia Bravo Boza
Graphic designer - QSRT
Lizelia is a graphic designer and cofounder of the Qbit Solutions Research Team (QSRT). She is a product designer licensed by UPOLI. She converted thousands of manuscripts into the computer animations that bring the Financial Qbits training program to life. Her excellent graphical skills and intense dedication took the Qbit Solutions Research Team to a whole new level and quite simply, Lizelia made it fly.
Coding consultant - QSRT
Ramon is a coding consultant for the Qbit Solutions research team. He has a degree in Computer Engineering from FIU. His expertise is in SQL and React Native. His extensive experience in programming and computing has allowed Qbit Solutions to implement technological strategies that have optimized Financial Qbits.
Ma. Haydee Vargas
Marketing - QSRT
Designer - QSRT
Anthony is the audiovisual director at the Qbit Solutions Research Team (QSRT). He studied Design and Visual Communication at the American University UAM. His extensive experience makes it possible for our Financial Qbits training program to have an optimal audiovisual design.
IP Legal Specialist - QSRT
Rossana is an Intellectual Property Specialist providing legal counsel to Qbit Solutions’ management team. She currently holds a position in the UCA as University lecturer and researcher with a special interest in International Intellectual Property Law. Rossana earned a master’s degree in Public International Law with the University of Groningen, and a master's degree in Intellectual Property Law with the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), specializing in Patent Law and Design Law.
Alfredo Lacayo Arguello
General adviser - QSRT
Alfredo Lacayo Arguello is an economics graduate from the Autonomous University of Mexico. In 1961, he realized that the accounts of any and all businesses can be condensed to just four (4) fundamental accounts: Funds, Assets, Sales (revenue) and Expenses. By doing so, he single-handedly set the first stone towards the unification of the fields of finance and accounting. Also, by encapsulating these four fundamental accounts, he established the initial framework upon which Financial Qbits was built.
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