M. Luis CEO and COO, 2017 Honorees of the Montgomery County Business Hall of Fame
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The Montgomery County Business Hall of Fame Co-founded by Grossberg Company LLP, CPAs and Revere Bank, successor to Monument Bank, the Montgomery County Business Hall of Fame (MCBHOF) is a celebration of individuals who have made a substantial impact on the Montgomery County business community. The honorees attended a special dinner on September 19, 2017 at Universities at Shady Grove Conference Center on Gudelsky Drive in Rockville, Maryland.

All net proceeds from the MCBHOF will benefit the scholarship programs at The Universities at Shady Grove (USG), the University System of Maryland’s regional educational center that brings nine Maryland public universities and more than 80 academic degree programs directly to Montgomery County. The same type of vision that led to the creation of USG – to do something truly unique and extraordinary – is the type of vision the honorees all share.

Natalia Luis, COO and Co-Owner of M. Luis Construction, is confident about the future of the Company. That confidence has helped Natalia and her sister Cidalia grow the business and earn them recognition as 2017 inductees into the Montgomery County Business Hall of Fame. What’s her expectation about the company?

Natalia Luis talks about the future

Natalia Luis, COO and Co-Owner of M. Luis Construction, is confident about the future of the Company. That confidence has helped Natalia and her sister Cidalia grow the business and earn them recognition as 2017 inductees into the Montgomery County Business Hall of Fame. What's her expectation about the company?

Posted by The Montgomery County Business Hall of Fame on Monday, October 9, 2017

 

Cidalia Luis-Akbar is one of our 2017 inductees into the Montgomery County Business Hall of Fame. She and her sister, Natalia, took over M. Luis Construction from their parents. They have grown a lot, but still call it a family business – a business that has seen hard times, fought back and thrived. Their story caught the attention of the White House and President Barack Obama in 2014.

Cidalia Luis-Akbar talks about the Community helping them sur…

Cidalia Luis-Akbar is one of our 2017 inductees into the Montgomery County Business Hall of Fame. She and her sister, Natalia, took over M. Luis Construction from their parents. They have grown a lot, but still call it a family business – a business that has seen hard times, fought back and thrived. Their story caught the attention of the White House and President Barack Obama in 2014.

Posted by The Montgomery County Business Hall of Fame on Wednesday, October 4, 2017

 

 

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2017 – M. Luis COO, Natalia Luis featured on Making Money with Charles Payne READ MORE

2017 – M Luis COO, Natalia Luis, Featured on Fox & Friends READ MORE

2016 – M. Luis Attends MCCC GovConNet Procurement Conference READ MORE

2016 – M. Luis Products Opens Second Asphalt Facility READ MORE

2015 – Cidalia Luis-Akbar and Natalia Luis Receive MCCC Small Business Leader of the Year Award READ MORE

2015 – M. Luis Participates in Special Halloween “Race for Every Child” READ MORE

2015 – M. Luis Receives Award at CRMSDC’s 34th Annual Leaders and Legends Awards READ MORE

2015 – Cidalia Luis-Akbar and 11 other Business Leaders Appointed by Leggett to Run MoCo Economic Development READ MORE

2015 – Natalia Luis Recognized by BGE as a Graduate of Focus 25 Class READ MORE

2015 – Cidalia Luis-Akbar and Natalia Luis to Receive Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce Small Business Leader of the Year Award READ MORE

2015 – US Builder’s Review Features M. Luis Construction and Products READ MORE

2015 – FBI Washington Field Office Announces Director’s Community Leadership Award Presented to Cidalia Luis-Akbar READ MORE

2015 – Start a Career at M. Luis! READ MORE

2014 – Sisters use Kilimanjaro climb to raise money, spirits READ MORE

2014 – Huffington Post Feature – “Climbing Kilimanjaro for a Cause” READ MORE

2014 – 2014 Prémio Máxima Mulher de Negócios READ MORE

2014 – ” M Luis Participant in City of Baltimore’s Minority Development Week” READ MORE

2014 – M. Luis Recognized the by Baltimore Business Journal READ MORE

2014 – M. Luis Construction is named one of Maryland’s Top 100 MBEs READ MORE

2014 – M. Luis Supports “Millions of Healthy Babies” – The Mt. Kilimanjaro Climb READ MORE

2014 – M. Luis Products, LLC Receives 2014 Best of Rockville Award READ MORE

2014 – M. Luis President and Vice President take part in the Global Entrepreneur Delegation to Lisbon READ MORE

2014 – M. Luis President Nominated for award by COTEC READ MORE

2014 – Children’s National Medical Center Fetal Medicine Institute Ribbon Cutting Ceremony READ MORE

2014 – New Children’s National Fetal Medicine Institute Offers Advanced Diagnostics and Patient Care READ MORE

2014 – Bill Clinton backs Anthony Brown at Potomac fundraiser: ‘I know what is in his heart’ READ MORE

2014 – President Barack Obama Visits M. Luis READ MORE

2014 – M. Luis Leadership Invited to the White House to Celebrate Successes READ MORE

2014 – One Mountain, Two Dedicated Sisters, Millions of Healthy Babies READ MORE

2014 – Cidalia Luis-Akbar named one of Maryland’s Top 100 Women READ MORE

2014 – Eagle Bank 2013 Annual Report: There when it counts. READ MORE

2014 – LT. GOVERNOR BROWN HOLDS MBE ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION – Women and Minority Business Owners Share Ideas to Advance the MBE and SBR Programs READ MORE

2013 – WEBNC President’s Report – December 2013 READ MORE

2013 – 17th Annual PALCUS Leadership Awards Gala READ MORE

2013 – Noticias Magazine – “Como a família Luís conquistou Obama” READ MORE

2013 – The Washington Post: State, federal and private lending efforts help small business weather a ‘perfect storm’ READ MORE

2013 – M. Luis Executives Win Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year® 2013 Maryland Award for Construction and Manufacturing READ MORE

2013 – Treasury Secretary Recognizes M. Luis’ Economic Contribution READ MORE

2013 – ABC Metro Washington – Building Washington Spring 2013 READ MORE

2012 – M. Luis Construction Among 16 Companies awarded GBC’s ‘Bridging the Gap” Award for Minority Owned Businesses READ MORE

2011 – Hard Hats & High Heels READ MORE

2011 – Woman in Business Maryland: Road-Building Sisters are Paving a Bright Future READ MORE

2011 – Gazette.net: Immigrant sisters take road less traveled READ MORE

2010 – Personal Drive, Wirtgen Products Help Contractor Grow In Maryland Market READ MORE