Ana Lucia Ochoa was born in East LA, raised in South Central during her early childhood, and grew up in Burbank, CA. In 2005 she was the first in her family to receive a full scholarship to the University of Rochester where she studied Political Science. She has always been passionate about government and policy, with a desire to transform her sphere of influence through business development and management. Through the years she has worked with a number of small business owners to grow their companies through the implementation of structural frameworks and internal staff development. She received her Certification for Professional Coaching in 2015 to grow in the areas of developing and managing people and entrepreneurs. She has also worked with renowned non-profits such as Frontier Ventures (formerly known as the U.S. Center for World Missions) where she spearheaded start-ups and think-tanks within the area of ministry to push forward The Gospel to the nations and diasporas through media, entrepreneurship, servant leadership development, and research. She also served smaller non-profits to plan and execute programs that focus on personal discipleship and professional development. More recently, she managed up and coming artists and young entrepreneurs so that they can be their best selves in and outside their field of expertise.