Ana Solorio

Ana Solorio was born in Northern California to parents from Michoacán, Mexico. She and her family moved to Missouri in her late childhood. Ana graduated from Washington University in St. Louis, where she was a Rodriguez and McLeod Scholar, with a degree in Chemical Engineering. Prior to moving to Richmond, Ana was awarded a grant from the National Institute of Health to conduct research at the Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil. She also accepted an internship as a Research and Development Process Engineer for DuPont Nutrition and Health.

Ana relocated to Richmond in 2015 and held several manufacturing technology engineering positions in DuPont Tyvek®. Currently, Ana is the Growth Process Leader in the Strategy, Growth, & Ventures team of DuPont's Safety and Construction business. She is the Chair of the Hispanic Network employee resource group and active in the organization's community giving initiatives. In addition to the Virginia Latino Advisory Board, she serves as the Secretary of the Sacred Heart Center Board of Directors. During Ana’s free time, she enjoys being engaged in her community while volunteering with Sacred Heart Center's programs, tutoring, or mentoring youth.

Board Members

* Denotes Chair of Virginia Latino Advisory Board

Ex-Officio Members

  • Kelly Thomasson, Secretary of the Commonwealth
  • Brian Ball, Secretary of Commerce and Trade
  • Dr. Daniel Carey, Secretary of Health and Human Resources
  • Brian Moran, Secretary of Public Safety & Homeland Security
  • Shannon Valentine, Secretary of Transportation
  • Atif Qarni, Secretary of Education
  • Megan Healey, Governor’s Chief Advisor for Workforce

Office of the Governor – Staff Assigned to VLAB